Halifax City Soccer Club
7071 Bayers Road, Suite 329
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Phone: (902) 453-0741
Position: Technical Director
Reporting to the President of Halifax City Soccer Club, you will be in charge of the training of all players, coaches and technical staff at an established and vibrant soccer club that competes at all ages, genders and levels of competition in the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Your specific tasks will include developing and managing the technical portfolio of HCSC; Develop and manage teams, their coaches and training players for league play; You love soccer and that passion will assist you in growing the player base both at the Club and league levels; You possess an enthusiasm for the sport and players that makes you a positive representative for the Club, the Board and the sport to the club membership and the public at large; You have experience and organizational abilities that allows you to coordinate and implement skill development clinics and programs for players of all ages and genders, for HCSC coaches and technical staff; Your professionalism and competition knowledge enable you to successfully liaise with the Provincial and National soccer organizations to promote the Club and grow the sport ; When required, you will share your knowledge to assist coaches with upgrading of skills and/or certifications/licenses; Finally your program delivery knowledge will allow you to develop and reconcile semi-annual budgets for all technical programs and services;
Term of Employment:
Permanent (6 month probationary period)
Commensurate with experience
Allowance for medical/dental benefits
Location of Work
Halifax Regional Municipality, Canada and surrounding area (limited travel, all within Canada)
10+ years’ experience with a proven record of success in a sports (soccer) organization, international experience preferred; National A licence, or UEFA equivalent license is an asset, but not required; Proven knowledge of “Periodization Methodologies” as they related to Life Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) and specific expert knowledge of youth development and implementation plans; Professional playing experience is an asset, but not required; Well-developed relationship building, negotiation and conflict resolution skills; Excellent communication skills, including presentation and report writing, with the ability to communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders; Strong knowledge of club organization and the national soccer landscape.
Immediately - Aug 31, 2017
Janet Cullinan, President firstname.lastname@example.org