Head & Assistant Coach Responsibilities


Head & Assistant Coach Responsibilities

Head Coach
* Whether having a soccer background or not have a willingness to develop as a soccer coach
* If involved in multiple activities communicating this before committing to being a Head Coach
* Successfully complete risk management background check
* Attend preseason Head Coaches meeting
* Perform preseason tasks, parent intro and update call/email, parent meeting, etc.
* Implementing own philosophies, providing these philosophies do not contradict the program’s
* Help team to conduct itself in appropriate manner and adhere to the program’s polices and instructions
* Maintain team gear and field equipment
* Communicate player, parent and team staff status changes, injuries, issues, etc.

Assistant Coach
* Whether having a soccer background or not have a willingness to develop as a soccer coach
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Attend practices and games along with filling in for then Head Coach when possible
* Successfully complete risk management background check
* Assist the Head Coach in their on and off responsibilities
* During games oversee play time management when needed

Priority Head Coaches
In the event there are more Head Coaches than needed for a division the decision on who is named Head Coach will be based primarily on the following:

1] Those with certification from one or both of the two national soccer coaching organizations, USSF License, USC Diploma
2] Number of seasons coaching in the division
3] Number of seasons coaching

4] Proven proficiency at coaching
5] Past conduct while coaching

Non-Parent Head Coach Pay
While the NWYSA is a volunteer run program when a Non-Parent Head Coach is needed their seasonal pay is decided upon a case by case basis