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Join Our Team!

Rapids Youth Soccer is Colorado’s premier soccer coaching destination not only for our players but staff as well. Supported by a curriculum spanning from the MLS First team down to preschool, Rapids Youth Soccer is committed to developing remarkable coaches with coaching opportunities for every coach, from beginner to advanced.

 

Benefits of Working at CRYSC:

  • Professional Development Opportunities — Coaching licenses, conferences, seminars, guest speakers, travel educational trips, and more
  • Data & Analytics — Our Data & Analytics program is one of the first in youth sports and offers real-time feedback to our staff and coaches
  • Complete Player Pathway — As one of the largest youth soccer clubs in the nation, our pathway is a great asset to not only our players but to coaches and staff as well to grow their career and gain exposure
  • Support and Guidance — We work closely with our staff and coaches to understand their short term and long term goals and support them to reach their highest potential

Interested in Coaching with the Rapids?

Check out descriptions for Rapids Youth Soccer coaching and staff jobs below! Tiers with Positions Available are currently hiring for open roles. Not every listing on the page has positions available, but we are accepting applications to make sure that we are in touch with the best candidates for the roles when they do open. We encourage anyone interested in and qualified for a specific position to apply for it!

To apply for an available position, fill out the application form linked in the button below. You can also contact us through the link so that we can answer any questions or assist you with the application process. Check out the full contract coach job description as well for a better understanding of what it looks like to coach with the Rapids.

Part-Time Opportunities (click positions to expand)

Fall Season Positions

Positions Available

Site Director - Central

This position reports to the Central Recreational Coordinator. The Central Recreational Site Director will support the organization by being the lead for their designated location by managing recreational game day sites and ensuring proper and punctual setup and takedown of game day fields while providing exceptional customer service for families, players, and coaches. The Field Coordinator will be responsible for being the main CRYSC point of contact on game days and contribute to providing a high-quality game day experience for members.

Field Coordinators must be a minimum of 18 years old and able to lift up to 50lbs of equipment. This is a physically active outdoor position that includes and is not limited to goals to being carried out to the fields, extended periods of standing, walking to various fields, and being outside in moderate weather conditions. A background in coaching experience and/or referee training is preferred but not required. Mandatory job training will be required.

Job Type: Part-Time, 8-week season, 8-game day commitment 

Fall Game Dates: 

  • September 11th
  • September 18th
  • September 25th
  • October 2nd
  • October 9th
  • October 16th
  • October 23rd
  • October 30th

Salary: $150 per day

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to Jayla Elstad, [email protected]

Tier IV: Elite Coaching Opportunities

Positions Available

ECNL Team Coach

CRYSC is represented in the nation’s premier destination for top male and female talent, the Elite Club National League (ECNL), at ages 13U-19U. ECNL coaches are responsible for developing talented male and female soccer players with the elite player development process. Coaches are expected to set professional standards, adhere to the CRYSC Methodologies and curriculum whilst ensuring a safe, enjoyable and nurturing environment.

ECNL coaches should have a considerable background in both playing and coaching soccer, with licensure from US Soccer at a minimum of B-License level. Coaches at this level are also able to access support as they are expected to seek to further their own personal development in coaching soccer.

Training sessions for ECNL groups take place three to four times per week with games on Saturday. Teams also participate in multiple out of state events in association with ECNL leagues and showcases.

The fall season will run from August until early November and the spring season will run from March until early June with ongoing practices delivered between these months.
ECNL coach are also expected to be engaged in the ‘Elite Development Squads’ and ‘Rapids Training Centre’ programs, designed to support the development of the next level of talent at the Club.

Pay: Highly competitive compensation is dependent upon licensing and experience. Payments are made monthly over a 10 month period.

Elite Development Squad Team Coach

Beginning in the Fall of 2021, CRYSC will deliver an ambitious new talent develop initiative aimed at supporting the next level of athlete below that of our top tier in ECNL. Giving young players that demonstrate potential time and space to grow, is fundamental to their success in the future. With barriers such as geography, cost and physical immaturity being a factor in how players develop, the ‘Elite Development Squad’ (EDS) program will create 6 new boys and 6 new girls teams who will compete in bespoke schedules designed to provide high level competition and practice environments for players who will also continue to practice and play within their own region at CSA.

EDS coaches are expected to set professional standards, adhere to the CRYSC methodologies and curriculum whilst ensuring a safe, enjoyable and nurturing environment.
EDS coaches should have a considerable background in both playing and coaching soccer, with licensure from US Soccer at a minimum of C-Licence level. Coaches at this level are also able to access support as they are expected to seek to further their own personal development in coaching soccer.

Training sessions for EDS groups take place once per week with a games schedule TBC, but most likely applicable over one weekend either within or outside of the state per month. Teams also participate in multiple out of state events in association with quality tournaments and showcases.

The fall season will run from August until early November and the spring season will run from March until early June with ongoing practices delivered between these months.
EDS coaches are also expected to be engaged in the ‘Rapids Training Centre’ programs, designed to support the identification and development of players for the EDS program and future ECNL rosters.

Pay: Highly competitive compensation is dependent upon licensing and experience. Payments are made monthly over a 10 month period.

Tier III: Advanced Coaching Opportunities

Positions Available

U9/10 Select Team Coach

CRYSC U9-U10 Select coaches are responsible for introducing top male and female soccer players to the first step in the elite player development process. Coaches are expected to set professional standards for participation while also facilitating a fun, positive, and developmentally-appropriate environment for 8 to 10 year olds.

Select coaches should have a considerable background in both playing and coaching soccer, and be able and willing to communicate with players, parents and technical and administrative club staff.  Coaches will be educated in and expected to implement the Rapids Youth Soccer player development philosophy, methodology and curriculum.

Coaches at this level will be most qualified and experienced with coaching players between 8 and 10 years old. Training sessions for Select groups take place three times per week with games on Saturday. Teams also participate in 2-3 tournaments which take place on the weekend each season. The fall season will run from August until early November and the spring season will run from March until early June. Additionally, Select coaches are responsible for winter training which takes place in January and February. During this time, teams will train twice per week outdoors with one pre-season tournament before moving to the spring training schedule.

Pay: Compensation is dependent upon licensing and experience. Payments are made monthly over a 10 month period.

U11-U14 White, Blue, or Gold Team Coach

CRYSC U11-U14 White Blue and Gold Team Coaches are responsible for running training sessions and leading games for a team of competitive male and/or female players. Training sessions for these groups take place three times per week with games on Saturday. Teams also participate in 1-2 tournaments which take place on the weekend each season. The fall season will run from August until early November and the spring season will run from March until early June. Additionally, White, Blue and Gold team coaches are responsible for winter training which takes place in January and February. Teams will train twice per week outdoors with one pre-season tournament before moving to the spring training schedule.

White, Blue, and Gold team coaches are expected to facilitate a fun, positive and professionally structured learning environment for the players on their team. Coaches should have a considerable background in playing and some coaching experience, and be able and willing to communicate with players, parents and technical and administrative club staff. Coaches will be educated in and expected to implement the Rapids Youth Soccer player development philosophy, methodology and curriculum.

Pay: Compensation is dependent upon licensing and experience. Payments are made monthly over a 10 month period.

U11-U14 Select or Burgundy Team Coach

CRYSC U11-U14 Select and Burgundy teams represent the most competitive teams in a given age group. Coaches at this level will be our most qualified and experienced in the game. Training sessions for Select and Burgundy groups take place three times per week with games on Saturday. Teams also participate in 2-3 tournaments which take place on the weekend each season. The fall season will run from August until early November and the spring season will run from March until early June. Additionally, Select and Burgundy team coaches are responsible for winter training which takes place in January and February. Teams will train twice per week outdoors with one pre-season tournament before moving to the spring training schedule.

Select and Burgundy team coaches are expected to facilitate a fun, positive, and professionally structured learning environment for the players on their team. Coaches should have a considerable background in both playing and coaching soccer, and be able and willing to communicate with players, parents and technical and administrative club staff. Coaches will be educated in and expected to implement the Rapids Youth Soccer player development philosophy, methodology and curriculum.

Pay: Compensation is dependent upon licensing and experience. Payments are made monthly over a 10 month period.

U15-U19 White, Blue, or Gold Team Coach

CRYSC U15-U19 White, Blue and Gold Team Coaches are responsible for running training sessions and leading games for a team of competitive male and/or female players. Training sessions for these groups take place three times per week (White teams) 2 times a week (Blue/Gold teams) with games on Saturday. Teams also participate in 2-3  tournaments which take place on the weekend each season. The spring season for these teams goes from March through June. Additionally, White, Blue and Gold team coaches are responsible for winter training which takes place in January and February. Teams will train twice per week outdoors with one pre-season tournament before moving to the spring training schedule.

White, Blue, and Gold team coaches are expected to facilitate a fun, positive, and professionally structured learning environment for the players on their team. Coaches should have a considerable background in playing and some coaching experience, and be able and willing to communicate with players, parents and technical and administrative club staff. Coaches will be educated in and expected to implement the Rapids Youth Soccer player development philosophy, methodology and curriculum.

The U15 teams will have a primary season and a secondary season. The secondary season is an optional fall season offered through the club. Teams that play in the secondary season will still have league games and one event. Coaches would be compensated for training sessions and games as they would in the primary season.

Pay: Compensation is dependent upon licensing and/or experience.

U15-U19 Select or Burgundy Team Coach

U15 – U19 Select and Burgundy teams represent the most competitive teams in a given age group. Coaches at this level will be our most qualified and experienced in the game. Training sessions for Select and Burgundy groups take place three times per week with games on Saturday. Teams also participate in 2-3 tournaments and 1 State competition which take place on the weekend each season. The spring season for these teams goes from March through June. Additionally, Select and Burgundy team coaches are responsible for winter training which takes place in January and February. Teams will train twice per week outdoors with one pre-season tournament before moving to the spring training schedule.

Select and Burgundy team coaches are expected to facilitate a fun, positive, and professionally structured learning environment for the players on their team. Coaches should have a considerable background in both playing and coaching soccer, and be able and willing to communicate with players, parents and technical and administrative club staff. Coaches will be educated in and expected to implement the Rapids Youth Soccer player development philosophy, methodology and curriculum.

The U15 teams will have a primary season and a secondary season. The secondary season is an optional fall season offered through the club. Teams that play in the secondary season will still have league games and one event. Coaches would be compensated for training sessions and games as they would in the primary season.

Pay: Compensation is dependent upon licensing and/or experience.

Advanced Camp Coach

Advanced camp coaches will work with players that range from 9 to 18 years old.  Staff coaches will be expected to teach, and build upon, the 4 pillars of the game (technical, tactical, psychosocial and physical). The coaches will be provided a Rapids curriculum session for their group of 10-15 players each camp day that will have a specific technical focus. Camp sessions range from half day (3 hours) to full day (6 hours) experiences. Previous playing and coaching experience is required along with an enthusiasm for working with, and teaching, kids. High energy is extremely important to this position. Equipment will be provided, but coaches are expected to come early to all sessions in order to assist with setup.

Pay: Compensation is dependent upon licensing and/or experience.

Tier II: Intermediate Coaching Opportunities

Positions Available

Rapids Development Center Staff Coach

Rapids Development Centers are designed as additional training for players from five to ten years old to build on their technical soccer foundation. Coaches are provided a Rapids curriculum session for their group of 8-11 players every week with a specific technical focus. Sessions run for one hour once a week in the evenings. Minimal soccer experience is required but enthusiasm for working with kids and high energy is important. Equipment will be provided, but coaches are expected to come early to all sessions in order to assist with setup. There is a one season (6 sessions/weeks) commitment for this position.

Pay: $15-$25 per hour depending on experience

9U-10U Recreational PLUS Staff Coach

CRYSC U9/10 Rec PLUS staff coaches are responsible for coordinating one to two teams in an hour-long training slot, twice per week. Rec PLUS coaches are expected to implement and adjust the U9/10 curriculum based on the level of their teams. Coaches will coordinate, support, and advise volunteer coaches on the direction of their teams. Rec PLUS staff coaches are not required to attend game days. Weekly training slots run from 5-6PM, and 6-7PM at centralized locations. Coaches must be available for one or both slots to be considered for position. Rec PLUS coaches are required to attend program specific coach education once per season.

Pay: $200-350 per month per team, depending on experience

U11+ Recreational Team Coach

CRYSC U11+ Rec League coaches work with one team of girls and/or boys within the CRYSC Recreational Soccer League for a full season. Coaches run two practices per week and manage weekly games that compete against the other teams within the Rapids Youth Soccer league. Each season lasts  8 to 10 weeks. In addition to soccer techniques, league coaches reinforce values central to soccer, such as teamwork, discipline, respect, and etc.

Coaches must be able to commit to hour-long two training sessions and a 1.5 hours game day every Saturday (excluding holiday weekends) during the season. A one season commitment minimum is required, but we prefer that coaches are able to commit to two seasons. Coaches should understand they will be the point of contact for families and players within their team. Coaches are responsible for ensuring players are aware of games, practices, and other important news.

Pay: $1,200 per team

Intermediate Camp Coach

Intermediate camp coaches work with players between five to 12 years old. Staff coaches are expected to guide players to build on their technical soccer foundation. All coaches are provided a Rapids curriculum session for their group of 8-12 players each day with a specific technical focus. Camp sessions range from half day (3 hours) to full day (6 hours) experiences. Previous playing and coaching experience is desired, along with an enthusiasm for working with, and teaching, kids. High energy is extremely important to this position. Equipment will be provided, but coaches are expected to come early to all sessions in order to assist with setup. There is a one season (6 session) commitment for this position.

Pay: Between $30 to $40 an hour. Compensation is dependent upon licensing and/or experience.

Tier I: Beginner Coaching Opportunities

Positions Available

Soccer Start Staff Coach

CLUB VISION:

“To be the heart behind the crest.” 

At Rapids Youth Soccer, we focus on whole player development, both on and off the field. We strive for players to develop a lifelong love of the game and use the skills learned through their time with Rapids to allow them to be successful in all they desire to achieve.   

POSITION VISION: 

Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club is looking for passionate coaches to be part of the Soccer Start Program. Soccer Start employs dynamic and motivated individuals to deliver a high-level experience for our youngest Rapids families, ages 3-5 years old. The vocation of the coach, in their role as a trainer, is to introduce players (boys and girls) who want to discover the joys of soccer and initiate them in its practices. 

CORE VALUES:

  1. Win Within – We strive to be the best in all that we are able to control as individuals and as an organization. We look to be recognized locally and nationally for our expertise and efforts to build a forward-thinking and progressive youth soccer organization.
  2. In and Up – We look to develop ourselves and those around us working to raise the overall quality and impact of everyone we work with, inside and outside the organization.
  3. Keep it Simple, Keep it Small – We work to simplify big thoughts and expectations into community and personal executions.
  4. Enjoyment First – We work to not only enjoy our work, but help those around us enjoy it as well. Additionally, when we win the hearts of our players, their development will improve.
  5. Moment of Truth – We recognize the importance of every moment and interaction to create something remarkable.
  6. Own It – We own our roles and responsibilities and hold a high standard for the expectations we are held to. 

POSITION OBJECTIVES:

  1. Lead training sessions for six weeks per season. 
  2. Promote learning through play.
  3. Promote a sporting education based on respect and fair play from the youngest age.
  4. Encourage a spirit based on the enjoyment of playing.
  5. Foster a safe environment for players and spectators. 
  6. Focus on physical, social, cognitive, and emotional development through the program. 
  7. Model good behavior through positive action and attention. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Read the coaching plan each week prior to the session. The Soccer Start curriculum is designed to be relatable and fun for the kids, while also teaching them the basic skills of soccer.
  • Arrive 20-30 minutes early to ensure enough time for set up and wear Rapids gear each week.
  • Inform the Soccer Start Program Director and Site Director of any absent sessions, following the established process.
  • Introduce children to soccer in a fun, inviting, and non-threatening atmosphere where they can learn, grow and play together – regardless of skill level or experience.
  • Emphasize having fun and learning the sport – not winning or what the score is.
  • Teach the basic rules of the game and reinforce these rules during activities and scrimmages.
  • Focus activities on basic soccer skill development, hand/eye and foot/eye coordination, listening skills, and teamwork.
  • Help players understand the concept of the sport through the final scrimmages.
  • Attend Coach Education and paid staff meetings.
  • Check fields before the sessions for any possible hazards that could cause injury. 
  • Make sure all players have been picked up before leaving the practice field.

MARKERS OF SUCCESS:

  • Positive experience: Every member of the training staff should provide a high-level experience for our Rapids families. 
  • Creating a good learning environment: By letting the game be the teacher, the players are encouraged to learn. 
  • Develop player self-esteem and self-confidence: The value of understanding children, being fair and enthusiastic, as well as being a positive role model, cannot be underestimated.

Locations: Central Region; Crestmoor Park, Central Park Area, and North-West Denver Area. Teachers and early childhood educators a plus. 

The Club provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

Job Type: Independent contractor, 6-week commitment 

Pay is $15 per hour payable on a monthly basis. Position is an independent contractor and not an employee of the Club, and therefore is not entitled to any of the benefits associated with such employment. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Charlie Alvarez Bacha, [email protected], with the subject titled “Soccer Start Coach”. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

Beginner Camp Coach

Rapids Recreational Camps are designed for players of all levels to have fun and play soccer in a safe environment. Players range in age from five to ten years old. Each coach works with a group of approximately 10 similarly-aged players. Minimal soccer experience is required, but coaches must be able to engage a group of children with enthusiasm. The camp curriculum and equipment will be provided.

Pay: $15-$25 per hour depending on experience

Full-Time Opportunities (click positions to expand)

Executive Level

South Regional Manager

The South Regional Manager position reports directly to the South Technical Director. This vision of this position is: “One Vision, One Focus, One Club”. Provide executive-level leadership to the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club (CRYSC) regional business, operational, and administrative staff, helping to foster leadership, ownership, and accountability of staff, to deliver exceptional execution in programming, and to put customer service at the forefront of all interactions. Click here to view the entire job description.

Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to the Director of Club Administration, Regan Brown at [email protected] with ‘South Regional Manager’ in the subject line.

Technical

Central 11U-14U Girls Director of Coaching

This position reports to the club Central Director of Player and Coach Development. The 11U-14U Girls Director of Coaching (DOC) is responsible for making sure the 11U-14U girls competitive program not only meets but exceeds the needs expectations of CRYSC members, partners and guests. Additionally, this role needs to ensure programs and services within the region align with the overall mission, vision and strategy of CRYSC. 

The Central 11U-14U Girls Director of Coaching (DOC) will oversee the technical and operations for the Central Region of Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club’s 11U-14U girls advanced level programs, including, but not limited to, design the 11U-14U girls curriculum and technical methodology within the parameters of the Colorado Rapids system, exemplifying the ‘Heart Behind the Crest’ in all communications with members, partners and guests, and create a process for and oversee the implementation of the overall Colorado Rapids Technical Development Plan.

This individual should be forward thinking and proactive, creatively seeking new ways to offer services and improve the program to benefit CRYSC members, staff, and coaches. They must also be highly detail oriented, efficient, flexible, and growth oriented. Click here to view the entire job description.

Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to the Director of Club Administration, Regan Brown at [email protected] with ‘Central 11U-14U DOC’ in the subject line.

Administrative

South Competitive Administrator

The South Competitive Administrator reports to the South Regional Manager. The Competitive Administrator is responsible for making sure the competitive program not only meets but exceeds the needs expectations of CRYSC members, partners and guests. Additionally, this role needs to ensure programs and services within the region align with the overall mission, vision and strategy of CRYSC. 

The South Competitive Administrator will oversee the administration and operations for the South Region of Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club’s 11U-19U advanced level programs, including, but not limited to, creating a seamless registration and billing experience for new and existing members, exemplifying the ‘Heart Behind the Crest’ in all communications with members, partners and guests, and flawlessly managing field reservations and training schedules.

This individual should be forward-thinking and proactive, creatively seeking new ways to offer services and improve the program to benefit CRYSC members, staff, and coaches. They must also be highly detail-oriented, efficient, flexible, and growth-oriented. Click here to view the entire job description.

Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to the Director of Club Administration, Regan Brown at [email protected] with ‘South Competitive Admin’ in the subject line.

Event Staff Opportunites

Event Site Manager

CRYSC tournament staff is looking for help in 2021 operating and facilitating events! Opportunities to staff events are open to all who are interested in applying. For the Site manager roles, we are looking for individuals who can provide leadership, focus on a customer service approach that wows members and clients, and who can deliver excellence across all workflows and communication.

  • Direct Report: Tournament Director
  • Tasks and Responsibilities:
    • Oversee a designated tournament site assigned by Tournament Director for the entirety of an event weekend. 
    • Execute game schedule as listed and ensure all teams who play at the facility have a good customer service experience.
    • Lead all staff on site and be point of contact for all contractors on site, including, but not limited to: Referees, medical staff, vendors, all event staff, coaches, managers, spectators, and more.
    • Make decisions on behalf of the Tournament Director when he/she is not present/available. 
    • Oversee day-before setup and event preparations at assigned locations. 
    • Oversee team check-in, team form verification, and ensure a smooth check-in process for all teams. 
    • Execute medal distribution process along with Site Coordinators.
    • Exclusive discretion of staff equipment such as radios and golf carts.
  • Culture/Leadership:
    • Establish, implement, evaluate, and provide leadership for the Colorado Rapid’s administrative mission for club events, including, but not limited to team recruitment and retention, marketing, effective communication, customer service, administration, and organization.
    • Create and foster positive internal and external working relationships. 
  • Compensation: Compensation is dependent upon relationship to club and experience of the individual. 

For more information, please reach out to Tournament Director, Marcus Owerko, at [email protected]

Event Site Coordinator

CRYSC tournament staff is looking for help in 2021 operating and facilitating events! Opportunities to staff events are open to all who are interested in applying. For the Site Coordinator role, we are looking for individuals who can help facilitate event operations, focus on a customer service approach that wows members and clients, and bring positive energy and a helping hand for all events.

  • Direct Report: Site Manager
  • Tasks and Responsibilities:
    • General assistant and helper for Site Manager.
    • Assist with setup and event preparations the morning of the first event day. 
    • Operate entrances and exits of events, execute team form verification, and ensure smooth a check-in process for all teams.
    • Assist in perimeter security to enforce capacity rules and COVID safety policies.
    • Execute medal distribution process determined by Site Manager. 
    • Sanitation: Consistent cleaning of high traffic areas, trash collection and disposal. 
  • Compensation: Dependent upon the applicant’s relationship to club and experience of the applicant.

For more information, please reach out to Tournament Director, Marcus Owerko, at [email protected]

Event Administrative Internship

This internship is open to any current university students who are in need of credits to complete a degree. This role would be a great fit for any students studying or interested in Sports Management, Business Operations, Facility Management, etc.

  • Direct Report: Tournament Director 
  • Administration & Communication:
    • Help create, implement and manage the registration process for all tournaments through appropriate sports management systems.
    • Assist with the timely collection of fees and recording of payments for all tournaments.
    • Develop online event brochure per event.
    • Oversee customer service tournament email account.
  • Operations:
    • Assist Tournament Director during event weekends with all oversight duties.
    • Assist with securing and verifying tournament referees. Act as a point of contact for referee assignors.
    • Coordinate on-site setup at remote tournament locations.
    • Provide a customer service presence on the fields for tournaments and recruiting events.
  • Culture/Leadership:
    • Establish, implement, evaluate, and provide leadership for the Colorado Rapid’s administrative mission for club events, including, but not limited to team recruitment and retention, marketing, effective communication, customer service, administration, and organization.
    • Create and foster positive internal and external working relationships. 
  • Compensation:
    • Will vary based on the requirements of the student’s internship as outlined byt their university.

For more information, please reach out to Tournament Director, Marcus Owerko, at [email protected]

Event Staff Volunteer | CRYSC Community Aid Program

Any individual with a relationship to CRYSC is eligible to participate in the program. All applicants will begin as “Site Coordinator”, and have the opportunity to move up to “Site Manager” after gaining experience working  multiple events. All individuals will work scheduled event hours and report hours back to the Tournament Director at the end of each event. All compensation will be added directly to the individual’s club account credit, and will NOT be compensated directly through check/direct deposit. 

Click here to apply for our Rapids Event Staff Community Program!

Direct Report: Site Manager

Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • General assistant and helper for Site Manager.
  • Assist with setup and event preparations on first day of event.
  • Manage entrances and exits, verify team forms, and ensure a smooth check-in process.
  • Assist in perimeter security to enforce capacity rules and COVID safety policies.
  • Execute medal distribution process led by Site Manager.
  • Sanitation: Consistent cleaning of high traffic areas, trash collection and disposal.
  • Any help required on site not limited to the above responsibilities.   

Compensation: $15 per hour credited directly to your club account.

Desired (but not required) Qualifications for Event Volunteers:

  1. Team player, a sense of humor, and a positive attitude.
  2. Organization and/or leadership skills.
  3. Ability to be physically active and willing to work long hours during events.
  4. Competent with technology including Word, Excel, etc.
  5. Willing to work a full weekend tournament (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday)

Program-eligible community includes:

  1. Parents
  2. Coaches
  3. Managers
  4. Players 16 & Up

Traditional Hours:

  • Friday 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Sunday 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Internships

Club Intern

CRYSC staff is looking for an intern that is looking to adapt into the sports industry or nonprofits in general. This internship is open to all who are interested in applying for the opportunity. This internship is for individuals who are willing to learn from coaches and/or administration and operations. Interns will become familiar with our coaching programs and our ability to holistically develop youth through the game of soccer.

As one of the largest youth soccer clubs in the nation, this internship has the unique chance to learn from multiple programs and entities within our organization; from tournaments to sports psychology. Depending on our intern’s interests and passions, they have the opportunity to work closely with different areas of the department to develop skills in nonprofit management, communication, coach development, and much more.

Direct Report: Director of Club Administration

  • Potential Tasks and Responsibilities:
    • Special project assistance with the Director of Club Administration
    • Website development and improvement
    • Facility/Event support
    • Gain understanding of club-wide communication strategies and development
    • Work with other departments such as sports psychology to assist in content creation for coach and player curriculums
    • Recreational coaching 

Compensation: Varies based on the requirements of the student’s internship as outlined by their university

For more information, please reach out to the Director of Club Administration, Regan Brown at [email protected]