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Employment Opportunities

The employment listing is open to all US Youth Soccer member State Associations and clubs. 

  • Technical Director - South Texas Youth Soccer Association

    Description: South Texas Youth Soccer Association (STX Youth Soccer) is seeking a qualified Technical Director to provide guidance to the technical department. The Technical Director will report directly to the STX Executive Director. Generally, this employee works regular office hours; however, weekend and evening hours will be required at times.


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  • Florida Youth Soccer Association Communication Specialist

    Description: Facilitates all internal and external communications of Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA). Manages media relations and leads marketing objectives. Assist in the creation of digital, video, audio and print content.


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  • Director of Events - Virginia Youth Soccer

    Description: The Director of Events is a full-time, salaried position that is responsible for the administration and execution of Virginia Youth Soccer events and meetings. Duties include providing competition schedules, coordinating contracted staff and volunteers, timely communications, managing timelines, providing outstanding customer service, and serving as onsite lead for all VYSA marquee events and meetings.


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  • Chief Financial Officer US Youth Soccer

    Description: The position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) helps develop and implement the financial strategic direction of US Youth Soccer, ensuring effective communication, integration, and teamwork across the entire organization. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the CFO will serve as a trusted advisor to the CEO, Board of Directors and 54 State Associations regarding the financial operations and financial strategy of USYS. Additionally, this role will lead the efforts in forecasting, monitoring, and managing the organization’s daily and long-term financial activities.

    Frisco, Texas

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  • NJ Youth Soccer (NJYS) - Program Manager

    Description: NJ Youth Soccer (NJYS) is seeking a Program Manager. NJYS a member of the US Soccer Federation as a National State Association and is affiliated with US Youth Soccer.

    New Jersey

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  • Nebraska State Soccer - Technical Director

    Description: Oversee the identification, selection, training, competition, and evaluation of ODP players. Develop and implement a consistent coaching philosophy. Maintain the respect of the elite clubs in state and other state ODP programs. Scout, recruit, manage and mentor a changing roster of state staff coaches. Lead, manage, and implement the tryouts for all ODP players. Manage NSS sub-regional and regional participation in competitions. For coaching education, offer technical expertise to any coach, club, or soccer colleague that reaches out. Build a coaching support culture throughout the state and work diligently with clubs to hosts courses and create a menu of coach course offerings that enables coaches and clubs to succeed.


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  • Traverse Bay Area Youth Soccer: Age Group Director U13-U15

    Description: The U13-U15 Age Group Director position runs the day-to-day coaching operations for all club teams U13-U15. The position is responsible for ensuring U13-U15 coaching staff are creating learning opportunities for our players that 1) are consistent with our club’s vision and values, 2) are reflective of curricular and instructional best practices, and 3) advances the overall strategic plans of the club. The position oversees player development and works collaboratively with the person serving as the point for age-group technical programming to best promote player development for both boys and girls within that age range. The position is restricted from performing similar duties for other clubs or organizations without prior written approval from the Club President.


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  • Executive Director Oregon Youth Soccer Association

    Description: The Executive Director shall be responsible for the activities required to support and sustain the mission and vision as well as the goals and objectives of the Oregon Youth Soccer’s strategic plan in collaboration with the Board of Directors.


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    Description: Under the direction and supervision of the Superintendent of Athletics, the Director of Soccer Operations administers the daily operation of the various Glen Ellyn Park District soccer programs including but not limited to: Glen Ellyn Lakers and Midwest FC travel soccer programs, House Soccer leagues, camps, clinics, and tournaments to promote soccer to members of the community and the surrounding area. Responsibilities include staffing, to include volunteer coaches and contracted trainers, player and coach training, development, and safety, facility/team scheduling, providing quality customer service, as well as budgeting, purchasing and inventory management. Will oversee all aspects of the Glen Ellyn Lakers Fall Classic Travel Soccer Tournament for 150+ teams. Other duties include but are not limited to: marketing, publicity and outreach to local schools and clubs, updating quarterly activity guide/Playbook, inventory tracking, purchasing and distribution of team uniforms and equipment, performance/behavior management, possible program instruction and/or coaching, and other duties as assigned. This is an at-will position.


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  • Member Services Specialist California North

    Description: This role will support the organization's programs and events such as, but not limited to ODP, coaching education, playing leagues, cups, and events. It is expected that this role will become proficient in the use of the organization's many cloud-based software platforms used to set up and run its leagues and Cups as well as its key programs such as ODP, coaching education, and TOPS. Cross training and developing a solid understanding of organizational processes surrounding league affiliation, issuing insurance certificates, background checks, ODP, and coaching education administration as well as team and player registration is expected. This role will work with the Director of Player Development & Competitions to ensure proper operations for each program, Identify and resolve problems in the day-to-day operations, and design and maintain clear operational guides to ensure consistency of operations.


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