Lake Tahoe Community College, located in beautiful South Lake Tahoe, California, is seeking a motivated, hardworking assistant for highly competitive men’s and women’s soccer programs. LTCC competes in Northern California as part of the Golden Valley Conference, both of which are under the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA). Entering their fifth year of existence in 2018, both programs were nationally-ranked in 2017. Since the program's inception in 2014, the men’s team has won two conference championships, the women are defending conference champs, and the two teams have combined for five playoff appearances.
The selected candidate will assist with coaching (both game day and practice), administrative tasks, recruiting and other duties as assigned by the Head Coach of each program. Specific duties include but are not limited to:
Assist in the training and skill development of each team, including the goalkeepers.
Identify, evaluate and recruit prospective student-athletes to the program.
Coordinate team travel, develop scouting reports, provide academic support, participate in community outreach opportunities, and attend meetings when needed.
Work will be required in the offseason; this is not only a seasonal position.
Deadline to apply: Position open until filled; interviews for candidates to begin as resumes are received.
Start Date: Late July, 2018.
To apply: Email a resume (with at least three references) and a cover letter detailing your soccer coaching/playing experience and why you would be a good fit for the position to both Head Women’s Coach Jeremy Evans at email@example.com and Head Men’s Coach Nick Arbelaez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bachelor’s degree required; experience coaching soccer at the club, high school or club level required, playing soccer at the collegiate or professional level required; experience coaching goalkeepers strongly preferred. Candidates should have computer skills, and possess strong written and oral communication skills. Candidate must also be able to represent the institution in a professional manner when performing all aspects of the job. An NSCAA/United Soccer Coaches Diploma and/or USSF License is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: For the qualified candidate, income can be increased if candidate is able to teach soccer classes. For the qualified candidate that is able to teach these soccer classes, the range of income from teaching soccer classes can be an additional $4,000-8,000.
About Lake Tahoe Community College
Lake Tahoe Community College men's and women's soccer teams are competitive members of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA), which is under the Junior College Division III umbrella for United Soccer Coaches.