| The Western Athletic Conference invites applications for the position of Coordinator of Soccer Officials. The Coordinator is responsible for oversight of all aspects of the men’s and women’s soccer officiating program. The Conference currently has 19 soccer programs; 11 men and 8 women. Compensation will be commensurate with experience, and the Coordinator will serve as an independent contractor. |
• Significant experience within NCAA Division I Soccer including a minimum of 10 years as an official and/or coach.
• Expert knowledge of Division I officiating rules mechanics.
• Demonstrated knowledge and ability to lead a program that promotes teamwork, accountability, objectivity and ethical conduct.
• Experience with Microsoft Office applications and familiarity with Arbiter Sports.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• A minimum of a bachelor’s degree.
• Identify and recruit qualified officials throughout the Conference footprint.
• Supervise, develop, train, mentor and evaluate officials.
• Make all conference and non-conference assignments for games hosted by WAC and affiliate institutions.
• Submit assignments to the member institutions via an on-line web-based assigning system (Arbiter Sports).
• Recommend individuals for assignment in the WAC and NCAA tournaments.
• Manage all issues of dispute in a prompt and proactive manner in collaboration with the Conference office.
• Serve as the Conference’s primary resource regarding NCAA rules as well as a liaison to the NCAA Soccer Secretary-Rules Editor.
• Develop year-end reports to include post-season evaluations, analysis of the state of the officiating program, NCAA tournament representation data and any suggested modifications to program.
• Implement and monitor all soccer policies as defined by the Conference.
• Compute all game fees and travel for assignments in accordance with Conference policies.
• Represent the WAC at NCAA and Conference meetings.
• Prior to the start of the season review all NCAA rules changes and Points of Emphasis with coaches and officials.
• Present written reports on any current or potential issues to the Conference office in a timely manner.