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TOCA USA Head Coach of Soccer Training - Lynnwood, WA in Lynnwood, Washington

At TOCA Everybody Plays! We seek to transform the soccer experience by building communities that inspire everybody to play. This shared TOCA experience is the basis of a global, inclusive TOCA community in which we all share our love of the World’s most popular sport.

What makes a TOCA Teammate? An individual that seeks to...

  • Play Hard

  • Care Deeply

  • Grow Together

  • Strive for Excellence

  • Create Awesome Experiences

    Job Description Highlights:

    Reports To: General Manager

    Location: Lynnwood, WA

    Compensation: $22 - $24 Hourly

    Schedule: Non-Summer [Sept-May] Hours 1-9pm 4 weekdays + 1 weekend (Summer hours may vary in order to work with all trainers)

    Benefits: Health, Vision, Dental, 401K, Paid Time Off

    Role Scope and Requirements:

    The Head Coach manages the day-to-day soccer training operations of the TOCA performance center. The position oversees the daily needs of the center by having a pulse on trainer/player development, client acquisition, and is responsible for all aspects of session quality, coach recruitment and every client's experience, under the guidance of the TOCA Training leadership team.

  • Use daily, weekly, and/or monthly data tools to analyze and understand the center, trainers, and clients

  • Supervise Trainers together with the General Manager and review their performance, session quality, and development.

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

  • Assist with training sessions as needed (hourly in studio commitment could vary seasonally or depending on staff needs)

  • Primary focus on new client player assessment/introduction to TOCA

  • Forecast any foreseeable issues, changes or needs.  

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

  • Work with the General Manager 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.

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

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

  • Machine/Equipment Maintenance in conjunction with the General Manager

  • Oversee trainers' schedule as it lends to the needs of the center

    Knowledge and Experience: 


  • Willingness to learn: An individual that is teachable, coachable, moldable, and a continuous learner

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

  • Strong Computer literacy in Microsoft Office/Apple applications

  • Excellent communication abilities

  • Strong organizational and conflict resolution skills

  • Strong team leadership skills

  • Strong coaching skills with a modern approach in mind

  • Passion for sports, soccer primarily, that is contagious

  • Positive attitude and a team player

  • High-character individual that is driven by relationship-building and displays a growth mindset

  • Flexible and embraces change

  • Willing to jump in and help wherever needed

  • Ability to work independently and within a team environment

  • Excellent organizational skills, with an ability to prioritize important tasks and deadlines

  • Demonstrated ability to exhibit good decision-making skills

    TOCA Football, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

    About TOCA:

    TOCA was founded in 2016 by two-time U.S. World Cup and former MLS and English Premier League midfielder Eddie Lewis. He led the development of TOCA's training platform, which employs a proprietary ball machine, digitized targets, and a data-enhanced app to create a welcoming environment for players at every level. TOCA Football, Inc. is currently the largest soccer center operator in North America and an official soccer training partner of MLS.

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