Assessor Club Development

Ontario Soccer

Application Deadline Ended

Apply by Ended 4/27/2023
Assessor Club Development | Ontario Soccer

Assessor Club Development

Ontario Soccer

Apply by Ended 4/27/2023

Posted 2 months ago

No Longer Accepting Applications



Vaughan, ON, Canada

Job Type

 Job Description

  • Responsible for working with Ontario Soccer membership to assess all aspects of Club operations to determine successful Club license applications and, where needed, appropriate action plans.
  • Responsible for conducting virtual meetings with Club Leadership, review Club documentation and execute site visits for technical programs.
  • Meet, educate and objectively assess Clubs on the criteria associated with Canada Soccer’s Club Licensing and Ontario Soccer’s OPDL scorecards.
  • Provide leadership and direction relating to Club licensing criteria and requirements.
  • Work with technical and administrative leaders on developing high standards of administration, governance and technical to support implementation of Ontario Soccer philosophies.
  • Support the Manager, OPDL & Club Development on the development and coordination of Club Licensing Resource Development to facilitate implementation and stakeholder understanding.
  • Engage and support Executive and Technical Directors to enhance Club operations and programs.
  • Submit final assessments of Clubs to Ontario Soccer, as assigned, to determine Club standing.
  • Develop plans and monitor soccer implementation within Ontario’s education system.
  • Secure and maintain confidential all documents received for the purposes of executing the role.
  • Support annual performance reviews of Clubs as required by Ontario Soccer.
  • Regular communication with assigned Clubs regarding timelines, tasks and related Ontario Soccer programs.

Qualifications RequiredQualifications Required

  • A comprehensive understanding of the issues facing sport in Ontario and how they impact on the game of soccer in the Province.
  • Minimum of five (5) years coaching within Children & Youth aged development programs
  • Experience in delivery of Coach Education and mentorship an asset.
  • Knowledge of holistic child & youth development.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to develop and maintain strong relationships.
  • Experience in change management and problem solving to build consensus.
  • Demonstrated track record of success in youth player development.
  • Demonstrable understanding of Ontario Soccer’s policies and procedures as well as OPDL standards for both Grassroots and High performance programs.
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