United Soccer Coaches National, United Soccer Coaches Director of Coaching
Coaching, Coaching - Soccer
4 Year Degree
We are actively pursuing a highly qualified leader for the role of CUP Director of Coaching (DOC). This leader would also have influence and a support coaching role within the Development Academy programming. Cincinnati United Soccer Club is the fastest growing and most competitive club in the tristate area of Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana. The club currently includes more than 2,500 players and over 200 competitive teams. It is the largest and most successful club in its market area.
CUP DOC Job Overview:
Boys Director of Coaching for Cincinnati United Premier (CUP) Boys Program U11-U19. This position requires leading the already successful and nationally recognized CUP boys program. Candidates could be connected with the college game, preferably with programs in the Midwest region and have a strong grasp on the college recruiting process. Candidates should additionally have Regional League, and equivalent level tournament experience, as well as a strong history in developing the elite level soccer player. Beyond qualifications, the CUP DOC must be a confident and positive leader of coaching staff and players who will work heavily with the Development Academy staff in continuously developing both programs in conjunction with the Academy Director.
Primary Duties: Reports to the Technical Director, Executive Director, and President
Director of Coaching Leader amongst the 18-20 coaching staff, working with all leadership within CU, CUP and the Development Academy to provide the best overall soccer experience in our market and beyond
Head Coach It is likely that the CUP DOC will lead 1 HS aged team November-July (USYS Nationals)
Academy Staff Coach It is expected that the CUP DOC will assist within the Development Academy program in weekly meetings, training, matches and showcases
Planning Minimum of 9 hours/week office time with Academy staff, CUP staff & Technical Director
Staff Selection & Retention Recruit, assign and maintain high level coaching Staff for all teams in conjunction with Technical Director
CUP Player Selection Lead team trials (early June & November). Curriculum and staffing for sessions/evaluations
Facilities Planning of indoor/outdoor training facilities, budget and scheduling for all CUP boys teams in conjunction with CUP Scheduler
College Recruiting Continue to grow and build on the college recruiting network already established for CUP players
PDP Design and manage a personal development plan for yourself in conjunction with Technical Director
Culture Adhere to all established Development Academy and CUP processes and protocols, as well as helping to improve both processes and protocols for continued growth within the program based on own experiences. Continue to improve upon the current CUP Boys environment including but not limited to training atmosphere, club culture, and facilities
Philosophy Ensure that U.S. Soccer, CUP DA and primarily CUP specific player development philosophy is being implemented within all aspects of the Boys CUP program
Club Relations Building on current positive relationships with other area and regional clubs
Club non-DA Connection Contribute to the other sporting and professional moments within Cincinnati United Soccer Club (convention, camps, courses, events, meetings, media, etc.) as assigned as by the Executive Director
PUMA Work within any current and potential soccer specific programming within Puma
Boys 2018/19 Competitions Overview: CUP has 28 total boys teams participating in the following competitions
USYS National League U17, U18, U19
USYS National League GLC Regional Premier Divisions U16, U17, U18, U19
US Club Midwest Developmental League U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U19
Ohio South State League U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Buckeye League (Local) U11, U12, U13, U14, U15
Development Academy U12, U13, U14, U15
Submission of Interest: CUP Director of Coaching, Boys
Interested candidates should send their cover letter, resume, and references to:
Please Confirm that you could make yourself available in Cincinnati to interview in person. We cannot support the costs of travel for out of country candidates. Canada could be an exception.
When you apply for this job, please include answers to the following questions:
Explain any club soccer leadership experience you have.
Explain any leadership experience you may have outside of soccer.
Do you have previous experience coaching boys teams/players within an elite club in the United States? What clubs? What leagues?
Do you have a USSF ‘A’, ‘A-youth’, or ‘B’ license? Other licenses?
Do you have experience working in the US Development Academy?
Any other information that would be important for us to know.
USSF A-youth license
Strong club and/or business leadership experience
USYS/US Club/DA National Level Event coaching experience
Elite Futsal teaching and methodologies
We embrace diversity of ANY background as long as candidate has a strong ability to communicate in English
Spanish speaking is considered an advantage
Regional and national relationships to continue to drive the growth of our players and staff
USSF ‘C’ is the minimum standard of licensure
Track record of developing individual players to a College soccer programs
Prior experience coaching at the relevant age level within a competitive club
Exceptional time management skills and ability to prioritize work in group and individual environments
Strong in organizational skills and communication in front of groups (membership & coaches)
Excellent on the computer with various platforms both in business (PowerPoint, etc.) and soccer specific (session planning) with the ability to integrate this information into training and match preparation as well as individual player development
Additional Salary Information: We are unable to begin International Visa processes for this position at this time.
About CUP - Cincinnati United Soccer Club
Cincinnati United seeks to provide children, teenagers, and young adults of Butler & Warren counties communities a full range of opportunities to enjoy and develop in soccer, at levels appropriate for their age, ability and interest. It is recognized that different children play the game for different reasons and that Cincinnati United must therefore provide a variety of programs which serve the needs and interests of all children in the community.