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Job Description
Reporting directly to the WNT General Manager and WYNT Head Coach, he will be responsible for educating, equipping and developing our top talent through age-appropriate skill development approaches with the goal of preparing players to play for our Senior National Teams. This role requires the implementation of coaching expertise, excellent in-person and remote communication skills, and collaboration with peers to identify, select, develop, and transition talent along the way.

Reports to the General Manager
Collaborate with the General Manager and Director of Technical Development to create the best environment for our players
Serves as head coach for the U-16 Women’s Junior National Team (WYNT) and can assist other Junior National Teams as needed
Works to support a high performance environment for the Junior Women’s National Team
Work with the elite soccer players of our country, from experienced players to high-potential youngsters.
Is committed to the mission, goals, and policies of the U.S. Soccer
Implement a clear strategy that aligns with the U.S. mission and style of play. Soccer
Implements the education of the responsibilities of the position and integrates the routines practiced to generate automaticity
Contributes to the identification and exploration of talent in a variety of capacities.
Work collaboratively with staff members to implement and execute the U.S. Mission, Goals, Strategy, and Tactics (MOST). Soccer

Create a team identity based on the U.S. Technical Plan. Soccer
Work together to create a plan with development and performance goals at all times with short and long term goals.
Train NT players and select WNT roster in collaboration with staff members.
He has a comprehensive understanding of the group of players.
Manage player roster and positional depth chart
Support and collaborate with Youth Teams creating positional profiles for deep development and integrated alignment between our National Teams
Complete goal setting and performance review discussions with staff annually
Manage the performance environment.

Oversees the development environment and performance of players and staff.
It creates the conditions for optimal performance on and off the field for players, coaches and staff.
Evaluates the performance environment and offers areas for improvement on realistic and achievable goals
It emphasizes self-responsibility and encourages player, coach, and staff responsibility to create the best working relationship between teammates and staff.


  • You will work at the U.S. headquarters. Soccer in Chicago when you're not traveling.
  • Able and willing to travel up to 75% of the year.
  • Able and willing to work non-traditional hours, including nights and weekends, as needed.


  • USSF "A" license or higher.
  • At least five years of age-relevant coaching experience.
  • The junior national team experience is highly recommended.
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills: manages and leads self and others.
  • Able to work in demanding and fast-paced environments.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication combined with a professional demeanor.
  • You must be able to connect "micro" details to the "macro" vision and mission.
  • Proficient experience with Microsoft Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook) and video editing.
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish).
  • Serves as a role model for leadership.
  • Communicates openly and honestly with players, staff members and clubs.
  • Proven track record of individual player development.
  • Identifies valuable sources of information to discover innovations or current trends in the field of coaching
  • Experience in coach training.
  • Evaluates reflects and focuses on self-development.
  • Articulates own learning needs and formulates personal development goals.
  • Willingness to support the WYNT programming efforts of others.
  • Extensive institutional knowledge of the U.S. mission, goals, technical plan, policies, practices, and procedures. Soccer.