The salary and benefits are dependent on the type of work agreement decided between the chosen candidate and Club based on the candidate’s qualifications, desired time commitment, and responsibilities. A typical range for different types of agreements is $2,000-$4,000 monthly. Full-time employee benefits include PTO, employer sponsored
medical, dental, and vision plans, 403b retirement plan with employer match, cell phone reimbursement, life insurance, and supplemental benefits. The Club will pay a portion of the medical benefit premiums.
Guide CRYSC South Region Goalkeepers through the player development pathway by providing oversight into goalkeeper placement, daily on-field specialized training, seasonal match analysis, and regular player evaluations.
Be a representative of CRYSC and the Goalkeeping Program in communications and interactions with member families. Conduct coaching education and serve as regular support to CRYSC team coaches and directors.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Operational:
Be the main point of contact for all daily South Region goalkeeper program questions and support
Assist in the execution of the Club’s goalkeeper development plan and support its implementation across the Region’s programs (Zone 1 and Competitive)
Oversee the day-to-day planning and implementation of goalkeeper training sessions for 12 weeks each season (Fall and Spring) for all 11U-19U boys and girls competitive goalkeepers.
Conduct seasonal Zone 1 programming to develop and identify the next generation of CRYSC goalkeepers.
Coordinate the inter and intra-Region movement of CRYSC Competitive (11U-19U) goalkeepers in collaboration with Directors of Coaching and Regional Goalkeeping Directors. Ensure that all teams have a goalkeeper for scheduled match and tournament play.
Organize and conduct annual tryouts and team placement events.
Evaluate goalkeeper performance in both training and match settings using objective criteria. Utilize CRYSC Veo and Hudl programs to provide video analysis and feedback.
Help facilitate weekly GK movement in collaboration with other Regional GK Directors.
Conduct post-season evaluation meetings with every competitive goalkeeper at least 2x per year (and additionally as needed or requested).
Identify goalkeepers for Elite Program (EDS, ECNL, MLS Academy) involvement
Plan and implement off-season goalkeeping camps with the objective of continuing the CRYSC goalkeeping curriculum during the Winter and Summer months
Maintain regular “office hours” Monday through Friday. Provide availability to players and families to meet as needed.
Act as an ambassador for CRYSC and the Goalkeeping Program at all major functions, putting forth the image of the club in a positive and inspiring way.
Recruit and retain quality goalkeeping staff coaches.
Supervise contractors and volunteer coaches. Hold regular staff meetings, keeping all coaches involved and updated with happenings across the Region and GK program.
Provide planned sessions, via SportSessionPlanner, to the coaching staff. Communicate in-session adjustments as needed on the field.
Oversee “GK Apprentice Coach Program” which offers HS boys and girls a volunteer opportunity as role models and mentors.
Adhere to a regional budget. Submit monthly contractor hours to the finance office for payment.
Serve as the main point of contact for Regional Directors of Coaching, Team Coaches, and Membership as it relates to goalkeeper education, both on and off the field.
Within the scope of the goalkeeping program, support the Club’s vision to “Develop Remarkable Coaches”
Develop and distribute “Tech Tuesday” emails to players and families every week during the traditional Fall and Spring seasons in order to support on-field coaching with at-home engagement.
Inform and educate team coaches on goalkeeper program processes, policies, and procedures.
Personally participate in professional development opportunities through on & off-field offerings, CRYSC coaching education, and additional interactive programming (coaching seminars, professional licenses, international immersion)
Advise and guide college-bound goalkeepers in their recruiting process. Serve as a liaison between collegiate coaches and CRYSC athletes. Collaborate with the College Placement Program (CPP) Director.
SKILLS FOR SUCCESS:
Significant goalkeeper coaching experience, in both small and large settings
Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club (CRYSC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides one of the nation’s most comprehensive, in-depth approaches to youth soccer- providing opportunities for players three-years-old to professional, from beginner to advanced. In partnership with the professional MLS team, CRYSC has access to resources and support above and beyond other soccer clubs. Serving over 4,000 children every season, CRYSC staffs the nation’s best coaches to provide all children, at all levels, opportunities to enjoy and grow in the game of soccer. In addition to leagues, CRYSC provides beginner to advanced level tournaments, camps and clinics in the summer and winter as well as college preparation assistance.In addition to the youth programs provided by CRYSC, over 2,000 children are served annually in the nation’s largest youth soccer outreach program. Through our Soccer for Success and Zarlengo programs, CRYSC provides opportunities for underserved youth to have access to the world’s game. These programs focus on aspects above and beyond youth soccer, targeting physical activity, nutrition education, mentorship, and family engagement in communities that need addition...al support.CRYSC also offers opportunities with access to some of the nation’s best youth teams through the Elite Club National League. These teams connect national team coaches directly with academy clubs to develop and identify players and coaches for future Youth National Teams