Director of Coaching - North Vancouver, B.C.

TOCA Canada

North Vancouver, BC

North Vancouver, BC, CA
North Vancouver, BC
30+ days ago

TOCA Director of Coaching

The Director of Coaching manages the day-to-day soccer training operations of the TOCA performance center. The position is responsible for all aspects of session quality, coach recruitment and management, and training and development. The position is also responsible for overseeing execution of all TOCA programs and events. Responsible for trainers communication and output of the curriculum and player pathways.

The Director of Coaching will deliver the TOCA curriculum. The Director of Coaching will be responsible for running 60 individual training sessions per month, managing coaching staff of 7-12 trainers, overseeing camps, clinics and all additional soccer programming within the TOCA performance center. This position is a full-time role and will report directly to the Facility Manager.



• Coaching license

• Have 3 years minimum experience coaching youth, collegiate or professional soccer

• Have a basic knowledge of Individual Player Development

• Have a basic understanding of local club, recreational and school soccer programs

• Minimum Bachelor’s degree (preferred)

• Have a college or professional playing background

• Possess the drive to develop youth players and lead a team of trainers

• Ability to foster and manage relationships with soccer clubs, programs, schools and partners



• Ensure TOCA Training is operating according to the TOCA way, mission, vision and values. 

• Measure programming success; create new development programs as needed. 

• Forecast any foreseeable issues, changes or needs.  

• Oversee and evaluate operations and training for All Soccer Programming.  

• Supervise Trainers together with the Facility Manager and review their performance and session quality.   

• Develop, execute and evaluate all programs with assistance from the Regional Director and Facility Manager.

• Create opportunities for all players to train, develop and enjoy the game.  

• Work with the Director of Coaching to recruit and hire quality coaches to ensure that all players have quality leadership and training.

•  Continual education and mentorship of coaches to learn the TOCA way.

• Assist with training sessions as needed/desired.

• Foster and manage relationships with soccer clubs, school and community programs with support of Regional Director.

• Facilitate individual and team meetings to discuss performance, training expectations, course updates and new technology.

• Individual training up to 20 hours per week.



• Excellent interpersonal skills and willingness to provide a strong presence and high visibility within the Center

• Have excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Strong organizational and conflict resolution skills

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