Professional Coach/Trainer Application

UpdatedFriday September 17, 2021 byNRSA.

- Planning for and running team training sessions to condition and train players, develop skill, teamwork and game preparation
- Game preparation and strategy development for all competitions, attending and coaching the team during all competitions
- Communicate and develop positive relationships with team manager(s), parents, and the NRSA community
- Participate in marketing, promotional and fundraising programs for the team and NRSA
- Recruit future prospective players and help with the retention of current players
- Attend and participate in Rec & Pre-Travel training sessions
- Set a positive example and encourage teamwork and character development of all players

Requirements & Qualifications:
- A minimum requirement is a USSF ‘D’ license but higher licensing is preferred.
- Candidates must be US citizens or permanent residents
- Candidates must pass a detailed risk management background check
- Playing experience at the collegiate level or similar as a minimum
- Prior competitive club youth coaching or high school/collegiate experience is preferred
- Competent with basic computer technology

If you are interested in becoming a travel coach or trainer within the NRSA send the following to

1. Letter of introduction
2. Résumé / CV
3. Three letters / names of reference
4. Copies of licenses and / or certifications