Professional Development funding may be available for coaching licenses or education.
The John Jay College of Criminal Justice Men’s Soccer program is seeking qualified applicants for a Goalkeeper Coach position starting in August 2022. John Jay College of Criminal Justice is an NCAA Division III institution based in the heart of NYC in Manhattan. Its Men’s Soccer program has recently made history winning their first conference championship in 2019 and aims to continue in this manner and beyond, all while representing the College and local community positively. This person must be current on NCAA DIII rules and be able to complete the rules certification process prior to initiating in recruitment of prospective student athletes for the program. This position will be active in supporting the College’s Mission and Vision, and will strictly adhere to NCAA, City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) and Institutional rules, including COVID-19 safety guidelines.
-Goalkeeping experience (as a player and/or coach)
-Clean driving record
-Coach and manage the team’s goalkeepers daily
-Recruit future goalkeepers
-Assist Head Coach and rest of staff in administrative duties
-Assist the Head Coach in delivering in person preseason and post season player evaluations
-Assist the Head Coach in organizing and producing effective and efficient practice plans
-Collect, analyze and interpret tactical and statistical data to help produce scouting reports
-Model and foster appropriate sportsmanship, competitiveness, and humility
Necessary Education or Work Experience: - Bachelor’s degree - Minimum 1-3 years demonstrated experience in a competitive high school or club coaching program required; Prior collegiate coaching experience preferred (and/or a combination of coaching & competitive playing experience). - Possess a general understanding of the recruiting rules & process within the NCAA DIII
Required Knowledge and Skills: - Demonstrated ability to work well & relate to student athletes - Must possess adequate technical & tactical soccer knowledge - Excellent organizational, interpersonal, communication and time management skills - Commitment and understanding of and ability to support the John Jay College of Criminal Justice Mission and Values - Required to complete a background and DMV check satisfactory to John Jay College of Criminal Justice prior to employment
The John Jay College of Criminal Justice Athletics Department provides a comprehensive, competitive and fulfilling program in which all can feel pride, commitment and affiliation. The Department represents an exemplary model of intercollegiate athletics where athletic excellence is sought within the context of full support for the institution’s academic mission. Our goal is to attract, retain and graduate the finest student-athletes who in turn become loyal, supportive and proud alumni. The John Jay Athletics Department serves 14 intercollegiate sports and approximately 200 student-athletes. The Department also consists of Recreation and Intramurals, to create an educational environment producing social and fitness rewards.