Position Summary: The Site Coordinator is responsible for the development and execution of SSUSA’s sport for social change programming at our targeted San Francisco Sites. The Site Coordinator ensures quality execution by coaches, staff and volunteers of USA's mission and methodologies. The Site Coordinator is responsible for cultivating and maintaining positive relationships with Street Soccer USA partners at San Francisco Program Sites, scheduling and supervising coaches and volunteers, effectively marketing and communicating SSUSA information to program participants, accurately reporting on programmatic impact, and ensuring SSUSA administrative requirements are met.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Lead coaching sessions in your district (s), create program schedules and ensure that all stakeholders (partner agencies, coaches, participants, etc.) across San Francisco Program Sites have current documents;
Aid in coach recruitment and support coaches and mentors to deliver SSUSA programming;
Identify needed resources and devise and execute plans to secure resources at assingend San Francisco Program Site (including equipment, supplies and playing space, if necessary); Ensure that resources are delivered to program sites in a timely manner, are appropriately distributed to coaches and are inventoried and stored securely to minimize loss;
Work with Program Partners to devise a system for delivering best highest possible program quality
Complete monthly “Site Reports” to the SF (PDM) which evaluate successes and areas for improvement (designed to notify PDM about Program Sites programming);
Ensure understanding of and compliance with SSUSA safety, curriculum, communications and other policies by all staff and volunteers;
Oversee maintenance and documentation of participant records, including full entry of participant information into Salesforce.com database ensuring that participant records are complete, accurate, up to date and easily shared with the SSUSA team at all times.
Lead Coach at program sites in your San Francisco District (s)
Beyond the initial training of coaches to deliver the SSUSA methodology, support coaches in developing lesson plans which are aligned with the SF PDM’s and SSUSA methodology;
Oversee SSUSA Coaches Feedback Card (Evaluation Process)
Support in building out Neighborhood Specific Street League Street League Community Clubs (Elementary School, Middle School, Transitional Aged Youth)
Attend local Community Meetings, PTA Meetings, and CBO Collaboration Meetings
Oversee the design and delivery of culture-building program events including Street Soccer Fests, Leagues and Exposure Outings;
Education, Experience & Qualifications:
Strong management skills including managing multifaceted programs to yield successes and growth.
Strength in recruiting, managing, and retaining individuals / teams, empowering them to elevate their levels of responsibility and performance.
Excellent judgment and creative problem solving skills;
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to details.
Enthusiasm for and preferably experience playing/coaching soccer.
Compensation & Tenure
Compensation based on qualifications and experience
This is a monthly stipend role beginning January 2020, and renewed seasonally with the intent for it to evolve into a contracted, full time position.
How to Apply?
Please email email@example.com with a resume and cover letter demonstrating why you’re qualified for and interested in the position.
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