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Jul, 2018

Solebury Soccer Club Needs Your Help!

Solebury Soccer Club Open Positions
Please contact Frank Lawson, SSC President at if you are interested in any position.

Travel Teams Coordinator - SSC Board Position        
-Coordinate the needs/activities of the Travel Division Soccer program         
-Provide strategic direction for the Travel Division program        
-Distribute notices of significant Travel Division events, including tryouts         
-Manage the Tryout policies and procedures with the Director of Coaching        
-Provide guidance to Coaches and Team Managers         
-First line of support for questions/concerns/issues relating to Travel Soccer         
-Liaison between SSC and EPYSA, ICSL, and other soccer organizations        
-Coordinate player passes and team rosters between coaches and leagues
-Ensure all players/coaches/teams comply with US Youth Soccer rules and regulations         
-Coordinate with Township and Field Director on practice and game schedules         
-Organize end of season Ice Cream Social including player/coach gifts and oversee event         
-Will Perform all the duties of the President in his/her absence 

Upper IM Coordinator - SSC Board Position         
-Manage Upper IM program (5th and 6th Grade)         
-Form teams, assign coaches, schedule games        
-Liaison between SSC and South Eastern PA league        
-Serve as first-responder to resolve disputes between SSC and SEPA Field Director

Field Director         
-Work with Township to maintain facilities used by SSC         
-Work with Township on game and practices schedules and field use         
-Present facilities needs to the Board for approval         
-Work with the SSC Board on proper field space         
-Assist in the field preparation at the beginning and end of season         
-Monitor assigned field locations and report findings         
-Coordinate field set-up with outside vendor for fall and spring seasons        
-Create and manage weekly field lining schedules during fall and spring seasons