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Civic Center Soccer League Game Day Coordinator 

 

Location: Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco, California
Hours: 3 hours per week on Fridays from 2:30pm-5:30pm

Position Summary

The Civic Center Soccer League Game Day Coordinator (Game Day Coordinator) supports America SCORES. The Game Day Coordinator’s role is to manage high quality soccer programs at Civic Center Plaza. This person is supervised by America SCORES staff and is responsible for maintaining a fun and safe environment for all SCORES participants. You will gain leadership skills and experience, and you will build a network of connections within the San Francisco Unified School District and the San Francisco soccer community.

General Responsibilities

1. Attend America SCORES trainings and professional development sessions.
2. Communicate effectively with America SCORES staff, coaches, youth and parents.
3. Promote America SCORES culture with youth.

Game Day Specific Responsibilities

1. Organize/Transport any necessary Game Day equipment to the field.
2. Set up and break down soccer fields (goals, cones, etc) and ensure that the field of play and its surroundings are safe for America SCORES participants.
3. Monitor and support soccer games by checking in with coaches and referees (possible referee assistance may be called upon if short on referees).

Qualifications: Comfortable working with urban youth from diverse backgrounds in non-conventional spaces. Soccer coaching and/or classroom teaching experience a plus. Must have strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills; must be organized, patient, detail-oriented and able to multi-task. Background check and TB test required.

Compensation: $15-$25/per hour (based on experience), 3 hours a week on Fridays from 2:30pm-5:30pm.

To apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to Genki Watanabe at [email protected]

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After-School Soccer & Writing Coach 

 

Position:  After-School Soccer &  Writing Coach for America SCORES Bay Area
Location:  Various locations throughout San Francisco
Hours:  3 – 5 afternoons per week plus some Saturdays (15 – 20 hours per week)

Position Summary
The After-School Soccer & Creative Writing Coach (America SCORES Coach) supports America SCORES mission:  America SCORES inspires urban youth to lead healthy lives, be engaged students, and have the confidence and character to make a difference in the world. The America SCORES Coach’s role is to manage a high quality soccer and literacy program for public elementary school students.  The After-School Soccer & Creative Writing Coach is supervised by the School Site Coordinator and America SCORES staff.

Position Statement
The SCORES Coach provides leadership and structure in relation to soccer practices, literacy classes, events, student management, parent outreach, and other program logistics during the America SCORES season. You will gain leadership skills, experience, and you will build a network of connections within the San Francisco Unified School District and the San Francisco soccer community.

General Responsibilities
• Prepare and deliver soccer practices and creative writing lessons for 10 – 20 students.
• Attend America SCORES coach trainings and professional development sessions.
• Communicate regularly and effectively with America SCORES staff, school staff, coaches, and parents.
• Read (and respond when necessary) to weekly email bulletins and other communications.
• Assist in identification of student/parent recipients for end of the season awards.

Soccer Coach specific responsibilities
• Use America SCORES soccer curriculum to teach basic soccer skills and rules, and principles of healthy competition such as commitment, leadership, sportsmanship and teamwork.
• Be present for weekly Saturday game days and other special events.
• Distribute, collect, and maintain inventory of all soccer equipment issued by America SCORES.

Writing Coach specific responsibilities
• Use America SCORES literacy curricula to teach creative writing, poetry, presentation skills, and community service-learning through regularly scheduled workshops in a school classroom setting.
• Collect and post student work on the school bulletin board, and submit student work to America SCORES staff for use in publications.

Qualifications
Comfortable working with urban, multi-ethnic children in non-conventional spaces – soccer coaching and/or classroom teaching experience a plus.  Must have strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills; must be organized, patient, detail-oriented and able to multi-task.  Background check and TB test required.

Compensation: Determined based on experience.

To Apply:  Please send your resume and cover letter to Yuri Morales at [email protected]

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Soccer Coach

 

Position:  After-School Soccer Coach for America SCORES Bay Area
Location:  Public Elementary or Middle School, San Francisco and Oakland, California
Hours:  1-6 hours per week

Position Summary

The After-School Soccer Coach represents America SCORES by managing a high quality soccer program for public elementary school students. This person is supervised by the school site coordinator, America SCORES staff, and potentially a co-coach.

Position Statement

The SCORES Coach provides planned and thoughtful soccer practices, leadership, structure, and behavior management in relation to soccer practices and game days. You will gain leadership skills, experience, and a network of connections within the San Francisco Unified School District and the San Francisco soccer community.

General Responsibilities

  1. Prepare and deliver soccer practices for 10 – 20 students on a weekly basis.
  2. Attend America SCORES coach trainings and professional development sessions.
  3. Communicate effectively with America SCORES staff, school staff, coaches, and parents.
  4. Assist in identification of student/parent recipients for end of the season awards.
  5. Use America SCORES soccer curriculum to teach basic soccer skills and rules, and principles of healthy competition such as commitment, leadership, sportsmanship and teamwork.

Qualifications: Comfortable working with urban, multi-ethnic children in non-conventional spaces – soccer coaching and/or classroom teaching highly valued. Must have strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills; must be organized, patient, detail-oriented and able to multi-task. A general knowledge of the sport is also required. A high level of commitment and follow-through is necessary- you will be a role model for a team of poet-athletes. Background check and TB test required prior to first practice.

Compensation: Determined based on experience $15-$25 per hour.

To apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to Yuri Morales at [email protected]

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