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Belle Vernon High School
Boys Assistant Head Coach

Belle Vernon Area High School, Boys’ Assistant Head Soccer Coach (volunteer position). Potential to move into a paid position for the 2020 season. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Rob Miele at


Act 34/114/151 clearances will be required upon hire. Deadline for submission is Monday, December 31, 2018. EEOC.




Cincinnati United Premier (CUP DA)
Head Coach - US Development Academy
CUP is in its second year as a member of the US Development Academy, the developmental environment and competition in the US designed for the premier soccer player.  CUP was awarded the DA club entry into the U12, U13, U14 age groups for the 2017/18 season and was subsequently awarded the U15 age group to begin this season (2018/19).  We do expect to add teams (U16/U17/U19) in future seasons.  Due to a personnel change, we are actively pursuing a motivated coach that has a strong connection with the young elite boys’ soccer player, and is an effective teacher of the game who inspires, motivates, and can demonstrate technique at a high level.  We are seeking motivated, passionate, skillful people who can think, create and work on a team.  We are specifically targeting a coach that excels in the U13-U17 ages at the elite level to be a head coach of 1 team (U13+) within the DA, as well as be a support staff coach within another DA age group (all to be determined upon the strengths and desires of the candidate).  There may also be on-field roles within our non-DA programming but only in the absence of conflicts with the primary  DA roles.  CUP offers a casual work environment, an inclusive culture and an atmosphere for professional development.  
Primary Duties:
  • Culture  Adhere to all established Development Academy and CUP processes and protocols, as well as helping to improve both processes and protocols for continued growth within the program based on own experiences
  • Leadership  Positively contribute to the individual growth as young men using the sport of soccer as the vehicle
  • Player Centric  Meticulous preparation for training and matches with individual player-centric development as the main driver to contribute to elite player development
  • Philosophy  Ensure that U.S. Soccer & CUP DA specific player development philosophy is being implemented within all aspects of the CUP DA program
  • Preparation  Design and implement a comprehensive age appropriate annual training plan   
  • Planning  Minimum of 9 hours/week office time with staff
  • PDP  Design and manage a personal development plan for yourself          
  • IDP  Provide detailed reports on individual players and team performance for continuous individual player growth as well as for TA or National Team coach communications
  • Player Selection  Make player selections that account for a player’s current and potential ability considering RAE
  • Scouting  Actively identify talent (Local Leagues, Local Tournaments, Training Centers, etc.) and develop an expert understanding of the applicable scouting profiles based on age and position
  • Club non-DA Connection  Contribute to the other sporting and professional moments within Cincinnati United Soccer Club (futsal, camps, courses, events, meetings, media, etc.) as assigned
  • PUMA  Work within any current and potential soccer specific programming within our PUMA & various pro club marketing relationships
  • Reports to the Technical Director, Executive Director, and President
Minimum Qualifications:
  • USSF ‘A- youth’ is preferred.  U.S. Soccer A or B or UEFA equivalent is the minimum standard of licensure
  • Strong knowledge of elite youth player development including international standards and strategies
  • Track record of developing individual players to an elite level
  • Prior experience coaching at the relevant age level within a top club
  • Exceptional time management skills and ability to prioritize work
  • Strong in organizational skills and communication in front of groups (membership & coaches)
  • Excellent on the computer with various platforms both in business (PowerPoint, etc.) and soccer specific (session planning, video analysis, etc.) with the ability to integrate this information into training and match preparation as well as individual player development
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Elite Futsal teaching and methodologies
  • We embrace diversity of ANY background as long as candidate has a strong ability to communicate in English
  • Spanish speaking is considered an advantage
  • Regional and national relationships to continue to drive the growth of our players and staff
Additional Submission InstructionsWhen you apply for this job, please include answers to the following questions:
1. From the following age groups, what age group are you most interested in coaching?                                                              (U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U19)
2. Please explain why you are interested in coaching this specific age level.
3. Do you have previous experience coaching boys within an elite club?  What clubs?  What leagues?
4. Do you have a U.S. Soccer A or B license or UEFA equivalent license?
5. Do you have an elite player identification background?  Have you worked with any current or past YNT players?
6. Describe any Futsal specific training experience that you may have.
7. Do you have experience working in the US Development Academy?
8. Any information that would be important for us to know
All inquiries are treated confidentially

Submission of Interest:  Development Academy
Interested candidates should send their cover letter, resume, and references to:
Scott Bower
Academy Director - Boys CUP
We are always searching for quality candidates within our Non-DA programming as well.  Our club participates in the highest levels of US Club, USYS, and State Leagues.  For these programs, we have more flexibility with licensing and experience.
Submission of Interest:  Non- Development Academy
Interested candidates should send their cover letter, resume, and references to:
Scott Bower
Technical Director - Boys CUP
The Club offers competitive compensation and is an equal opportunity employer.
Please see for more information on the club


Soccer Shots

Passionate, energetic, and fun-loving youth soccer instructors are needed to work with children ages 2 to 8 in the greater Pittsburgh area!

Soccer Shots is the #1 children’s fitness franchise in the country and the official 2-5 year old program of US Youth Soccer! Why? Aside from our incredible curriculum, leadership, and passion, it’s because we only hire the best instructors to work with our children. Working with children is something we don’t take lightly, and it’s imperative that you not only enjoy working with children, but that you are incredibly passionate about it. Sure, we want you to have some soccer skills and to be familiar with the game, but more importantly, can you handle a group of 10 three-year-olds? This is what truly separates Soccer Shots from everyone else - we are in this to impact children in such a way that we leave a lasting impression on them and give them the confidence to be successful both on and off the field. We want our 30 to 45 minute Soccer Shots sessions to be the BEST experience of each child’s week. If this excites you, read on to see how to become part of the #1 children’s fitness franchise in the country by joining our team and impacting the next generation.

We are looking to expand our team of instructors to accommodate our growth in the Pittsburgh region. We operate in day cares, preschools, community centers, etc. - all over the city of Pittsburgh and in surrounding communities. We're looking for both soccer lovers and those who don't have experience with soccer! Most important is that our coaches have previous experience with and an appreciation for young children.

We recruit on a rolling basis, and are currently preparing for the next of our four seasons. We operate year-round and offer four seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each season lasts for 8 to 10 weeks. This may be extended if we have weather cancellations during the regularly-scheduled season, as we must fulfill our obligation to offer an appropriate number of sessions each season. Coaches are expected to be available and present for all 8 to 10 weeks, as the kids and parents are dependent upon the consistent leadership that our coaches provide on a weekly basis.

We have private (daycare / school / preschool) sessions running mostly in the mornings Monday through Friday, with public programs being held in the evenings and on Saturday mornings. There is some flexibility in scheduling, meaning that if there are some morning or afternoons where you aren’t available, we can work around that. You’ll be at the same location(s) at the same times each week, and we need you to be committed for the entire 8-week season.

There is a curriculum to follow and equipment and apparel is provided, so the hard work is already done for you; you just get to go have fun with the kids! We have multiple locations around Pittsburgh (at least one in pretty much every community), so the job is not only flexible, but also convenient and close to home. 

Since the ages range from 2-8, we try to break the kids up to keep the playing field as level as possible. We have minis (ages 2-3), classic (ages 3-5), and premier (ages 5-8). As you can see, there is some overlap between the divisions, but that is based on individual needs/development of the kids. 

The more availability you have, the more sessions you can run and the more money you can make. There is an initial training period during which you will work as an assistant coach. All training is paid!

The ideal instructor MUST meet the following criteria:

  • Responsible: Arrives on time to each session, can handle a group of 10 or more children, keeps accurate attendance, communicates well with Soccer Shots director of coaching, etc.
  • Professional: Neat in appearance, friendly and courteous with day care center staff and director as well as parents, self-assured.
  • Enthusiastic: Must enjoy interacting with young children (2 – 8 years old), and be able to connect with them on their level, making the Soccer Shots class the best 30 minutes of their week. You must be very outgoing and animated; able to be silly with the children.
  • Soccer: Soccer experience is preferred, however, if you are great with children and have some familiarity with the game, that would work.
  • Working with children: Must be able to engage and interact with 2-8 year olds, and have experience doing so. This is very important.

In addition to the above, a successful candidate must have reliable transportation and must be able to pass a Child Abuse History Clearance and two and background checks.

For more information on Soccer Shots, please visit our website at or our Facebook page at

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