Director of Coaching
About the Position
· Department Management: directly responsible for all aspects relating to the administration, development, and
management of the coaching staff.
· Board of Directors: report directly to the club Board of Directors and provide a monthly Department Report.
Attend board meetings and act as the leader and liaison between coaches, administrator.
· Staff Development: recruit, manage, educate, mentor, train, and develop club coaching staff at all levels of
the program. Conduct observations of games and practices for every team in club. Conduct annual performance
reviews for staff to ensure they are adhering to the club player development model and standards; training and
· Player Development: design and implement a Long Term Player Development Program (LTPDP) supported
by age and developmentally appropriate player development curriculums and training priorities.
· Training schedule: coordinate with club trainers to setup weekly training schedule throughout the season.
· Budget management: work closely with the board of directors to establish annual budget requirements for
programs and coaching staff.
· Liaison: act as liaison between club, State, Regional, and National team programs. Also act as a liaison with
Purdue and the local high schools to recruit coaches/trainers as well as high school players for spring season.
· Program development: Develop the Parent Education Department to help improve the education of the
parents. Develop the College Advisor Program (CAP) for U15-U18 players with interest of playing soccer in
· Tryouts: Plan and manage all club tryout and team selections for U11-U18 club teams.
· Coaches meetings: organize and lead coaches meeting prior to the fall and spring seasons. Provide sample
training sessions and season schedule.
· Winter training: Develop plans for winter training sessions
· ODP: Organize regular ODP sessions for both boys and girls,
· Clinics: develop, coordinate, and conduct coaching clinics for recreational program.
USSF “A”, “B”, and “C” coaching license or equivalent (strong preference to a USSF “A” and “B” license)
· Not less than 8-10 year experience coaching competitive youth soccer
· Not less than 3-5 years experience managing other soccer coaches
· Well-documented organization, administration, and interpersonal communication skills
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