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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

JOB TITLE: Technical Lead – Girls Director: U7-U13

 

REPORTS TO: Technical Director

 

SUMMARY:

North Delta Football Club (NDFC) seeks a dynamic Girls Director to join our technical leadership team. The Girls Director will oversee all Boys team coaches and programming at NDFC. We seek a leader who brings the background, experience, and perspective necessary to lead our members, particularly the boys and males in our club, to reach their full potential in soccer and life.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborate with our technical leadership team to implement, evaluate, and improve our NDFC players

  • Development Plan, Parent Engagement Plan, and other training and support resources

  • Lead our girls development teams and programming.

  • Attract players and coaches to join our club.

  • Engage club parents and members of our community in communication about our programs.

  • Recommend league and team placement for our boys’ teams.

  • Mentor, educate, and support our boys’ coaches and teams

  • Develop a process to evaluate the effectiveness of Player & Coach Development activities.

    • Ensure training practices are in-line with Club policies and expectations.

    • Oversee and implement the curriculum which has age-appropriate training plans for all coaches/players.

  • Develop, monitor, evaluate and report Club Player Standards and Expectations.

  • Assist Technical Director with player movement, tracking & record keeping.

  • Work alongside Technical Director to create & maintain Club Culture for Players, Coaches & Parents.

  • Coordinate and support volunteer coaches

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • B License (Preferred)

  • C License (Minimum)

  • Children’s License or commitment to work towards

  • Valid Criminal Record Check (Vulnerable Sector)

  • Respect in Sport

SKILLS

  • Organisational skills

  • Detail orientated

  • Ability to work with parent volunteers/coaches/staff

  • Strong Communication Skills

  • Strong conflict resolution skills

  • Administrative skills

  • Demonstrated ability to manage and lead a team of coaches

 

REMUNERATION

This position is a part-time/full time position with no more than 10-15 hours per week during busy periods. Available for work – Fall, Winter, and Spring (August to Early June). Compensation will be discussed with the successful applicant. This will be based on experience and qualifications.

 

TO APPLY

Please forward your resume with a cover letter via email to Brendan Teeling:  techdirector@northdeltafc.com

 

Only those coaches who are eligible to work in Canada will be considered (NDFC do not cover work Visa’s or relocation)

 

Only those who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.

JOB TITLE: Technical Lead – Boys Director U7-U13

 

REPORTS TO: Technical Director

 

SUMMARY:

North Delta Football Club (NDFC) seeks a dynamic Boys Director to join our technical leadership team. The Boys Director will oversee all Boys team coaches and programming at NDFC. We seek a leader who brings the background, experience, and perspective necessary to lead our members, particularly the boys and males in our club, to reach their full potential in soccer and life.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborate with our technical leadership team to implement, evaluate, and improve our NDFC players

  • Development Plan, Parent Engagement Plan, and other training and support resources

  • Lead our boys development teams and programming.

  • Attract players and coaches to join our club.

  • Engage club parents and members of our community in communication about our programs.

  • Recommend league and team placement for our boys’ teams.

  • Mentor, educate, and support our boys’ coaches and teams

  • Develop a process to evaluate the effectiveness of Player & Coach Development activities.

    • Ensure training practices are in-line with Club policies and expectations.

    • Oversee and implement the curriculum which has age-appropriate training plans for all coaches/players.

  • Develop, monitor, evaluate and report Club Player Standards and Expectations.

  • Assist Technical Director with player movement, tracking & record keeping.

  • Work alongside Technical Director to create & maintain Club Culture for Players, Coaches & Parents.

  • Coordinate and support volunteer coaches

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • B License (Preferred)

  • C License (Minimum)

  • Children’s License or commitment to work towards

  • Valid Criminal Record Check (Vulnerable Sector)

  • Respect in Sport

 

SKILLS

  • Organisational skills

  • Detail orientated

  • Ability to work with parent volunteers/coaches/staff

  • Strong Communication Skills

  • Strong conflict resolution skills

  • Administrative skills

  • Demonstrated ability to manage and lead a team of coaches

 

REMUNERATION

This position is a part-time/full time position with no more than 10-15 hours per week during busy periods. Available for work – Fall, Winter, and Spring (August to Early June). Compensation will be discussed with the successful applicant. This will be based on experience and qualifications.

 

TO APPLY

 

Please forward your resume with a cover letter via email to Brendan Teeling:  techdirector@northdeltafc.com

 

Only those coaches who are eligible to work in Canada will be considered (NDFC do not cover work Visa’s or relocation)

 

Only those who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.

JOB TITLE:  Technical Lead – Active Start

 

REPORTS TO: Technical Director

 

SUMMARY:

Reporting to the Technical Director, NDFC, the Technical Lead - Active Start will attract, retain and promote the player and coaching base within the NDFC. The successful post holder will lead the process to develop, monitor, evaluate and measure the success of all Player & Coach Development activities specifically within the U4 – U6 age groups.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop a process to evaluate the effectiveness of Player & Coach Development activities.

    • Ensure training practices are in-line with Club policies and expectations.

    • Oversee and implement the curriculum which has age-appropriate training plans for all coaches/players.

  • Manage, develop and oversee First Kicks programming (U4-U6)

  • Manage, develop and deliver Summer Camps

  • Develop, monitor, evaluate and report Club Player Standards and Expectations.

    • consultation with the Technical Director on all potential player assignments.

    • create relationships to attract new players and retain current players.

  • Assist Technical Director with player movement, tracking & record keeping.

  • Develop new program initiatives and club events.

  • Work alongside Technical Director to create & maintain Club Culture for Players, Coaches & Parents.

  • Coordinate and support volunteer coaches

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Active Start (Minimum)

  • C License

  • Children’s License or commitment to work towards

  • Available for work – Fall, Winter and Spring (Late August to Early June)

 

SKILLS

  • Organisational skills

  • Detail orientated

  • Ability to work with parent volunteers/coaches/staff

  • Strong Communication Skills

  • Strong conflict resolution skills

REMUNERATION

This position is a part-time/full time position with no more than 6-10 hours per week during busy periods. Compensation will be discussed with the successful applicant.

 

TO APPLY

Please forward your resume with cover letter via email to Brendan Teeling:  techdirector@northdeltafc.com

 

Only those coaches who are eligible to work in Canada will be considered (NDFC do not cover work Visa’s or relocation)

 

Only those who have been selected for interview will be contacted.

JOB POSTING:  Technical Coach (ongoing)

 

About North Delta FC

North Delta FC (NDFC) was established in April of 2020. We are the amalgamation of North Delta Soccer Club with over 50 years of history and Surdel Girls Soccer Club with over 40 years of history. Our parent clubs have achieved great success in soccer over the past 50 years while still upholding the values of our clubs and community. We honor and cherish our history of both North Delta Soccer Club and Surdel Girls Soccer Club but as one, we are now able to offer a complete soccer experience for boys and girls in our community. Our goal is to provide a safe and positive experience for the members of our community to play the beautiful game of soccer. To continue the traditions that we have upheld in the past and to create new ones as NDFC.

 

We provide staff coach support to every team at the club and run many Academy programs and Camps throughout the entire year. We are looking to grow and add the right people in the right areas to help with this.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Preferably CSA C/B License certification with preference given to those who have, or are currently enrolled in, the CSA Children’s and/or Youth License (or similar e.g. UEFA Licensing or youth modules)

  • Our remuneration is partially based on the level of certification that coaches have. We do take on a limited number of junior coaches who do not need their C License but must have completed the four LTPD courses (Active Start, Fundamentals, Learn to Train and Soccer For Life) that serve as a prerequisite for the C License.

  • An up-to-date Criminal Record Check, including the Vulnerable Sector Check.

  • Proven experience working in a youth club environment and preferably with some if not most of that experience being with recreational players.

  • For our younger ages it is important that our coaches can demonstrate the 1v1 skills, so a good playing background is helpful.

  • Respect in Sport Activity Leader Module

 

 

Key responsibilities:

  • Preparing and delivering engaging and educational sessions to support player development

  • Follow clubs game model and player development model

  • Ability to follow age-appropriate curriculum

  • Liaising with parents/guardians both formally and informally to provide a positive and welcoming environment

  • Be a positive role model to all Players

  • Promote and highlight good practices

  • Carry out player and session evaluations on a regular basis

  • Liaising with parent volunteer coaches, providing support to these coaches and helping them with session delivery

 

Why work with North Delta FC

  • Generous remuneration package

  • Access to our club partner “Thecoachingmanual” for curriculum and session plans

  • Internal and external coach education through inhouse club workshops and externally through coaching courses

  • A fun, positive environment whereby you can have a positive impact on the community

 

 

Most work is on weekday evenings and weekends. At spring break and during the summer we

will need staff for camps that run in the mornings or afternoons.

 

Staff coaches report to Brendan Teeling, our Technical Director. If you are interested or have any questions please contact and/or send your CV and cover letter to him at techdirector@northdeltafc.com.

 

North Delta Football Club is an equal opportunity employer. If you require accommodations for the recruitment/interview process, please let us know, and we will work with you to meet your needs. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, interviews may be conducted virtually. We would like to thank all applicants for expressing their interest, but only those invited for formal interviews will be contacted.

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