SAINT JOHN SC
1216 Sand Cove Road
Application Deadline: October 19, 2020
Starting Date: November 2nd / 2020
Hours per week: 25 hrs a week
Saint John Soccer Club is the largest recreational sporting club in Saint John, New Brunswick with over 800 members playing in age categories from U5 to Adult COED. Our Club is currently looking to fill the new position of TD.
Experience & Education
- Playing at a competitive level
- Head coach of teams at the competitive and community level
- Post-secondary education relating to the field of Sport and Recreation, Education, Physical Education or a related field.
Duties of the TD
- Attend and coach within all Excel Academy sessions from U5 to U18
- Report to the Board of Directors on specific projects
- Lead model sessions that further educate coaches working through their CSA coaching pathway
- Develop and implement new programs
- Assist during competitive team try outs (spring)
- Regular on field support
- Promotion of the sport and club
- Other tasks as required
Preferred Qualifications and skills
- CSA B license part 1 or equivalent
- CSA Children’s license or working towards the certification
- NCCP Making Ethical Decision training
- NCCP Learning facilitator core training
- Experience coaching at different levels
- Experience implementing programs & able to meet program deadlines
- Able to work as part of a team
- Has a strong ability to lead groups
Further details will be provided at time of interview. Saint John Soccer Club thanks all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Saint John Soccer will offer a competitive compensation package that reflects the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate. If interested, please respond by sending your cover letter and CV to: Cuilean@saintjohnsoccer.ca
*Phase 1 – 1e Étape
Soccer New Brunswick is inviting all talented soccer players from across the province to come Tryout for Team New Brunswick. The age groups are U13 (2008+), U14 (2005), U15 (2006), U16 (2005), U17/18 (2004-2003), Male and Female.
Girls & Boys Tryout
Saturday, September 19th, 2020 in Moncton (CN Sporstplexe – 125 Russ Howard Dr, Moncton)
Sunday, September 20, 2020 in Fredericton Nashawaaksis Middle School fields -324 Fulton Ave., Fredericton)
printable version of details updated PROVINCIAL TEAM TRYOUTS 2020
Cost is $20 (online /cash or chq) – Payments will be taken on site upon arrival.
Receipts will be issued.
If you are born between 2005 and 2010 (U12 – U16), this is your opportunity to showcase your talent and skills.
Technical Development Camp
Soccer New Brunswick ID and Technical Development Camp is promoting a higher level of play through technical and tactical training in a FUN, yet demanding atmosphere.
It is an opportunity to scout our future soccer stars for Teams NB and Canada Games.
Why Come To Soccer NB Camps?
- Be exposed to technical and tactical training.
- An opportunity to get scouted by National coaches.
- Experience intense and fun training.
- Be challenged to set new limits for yourself.
- Work with nationally qualified staff and learn from professional coaches.
Field Confirmation will be posted shortly. Dates/Locations
Printable Version 2020 Regional Identification Camp
Find the Return to play guidelines in the following link⇓⇓
Guidelines Low Contact Games v1
Friday July 10th, 2020
Memo: Return to Play – Phase 3 Soccer
New Brunswick is currently in the Yellow level of the Covid-19 recovery plan. Organized sports activities may operate as per the guidance provided to them by their national or provincial organization, as long as they identify means to limit the number and intensity of close contacts during play.
All provincial, regional or local leagues shall maintain operational plans to ensure compliance with this guidance. They will also be subject to the COVID-19 general guidance. All reasonable attempts shall be made to respect physical distancing measures as much as possible except brief contacts on or off the field.
Soccer New Brunswick will move to Phase 3 of the Return to Play Plan on Saturday July 11th. In initial first 2 weeks of phase 3, teams of the same club can play games following the guidelines establish by Soccer NB.
We will transition to games between teams of different clubs on Saturday July 25th. Please review the Phase 3 Low Contact Games Rules & Guidelines document attached in with this Memo.
You will find attached to this Memo the Return to Play Operational Plan Guide-Low Contact for Soccer. It will help you get familiar with the return to play protocols and restrictions.
Feel free to contact us for any questions relating to the Return to Play Operational Plan and we will be happy to assist. We invite you to submit your Return to Play Operational Plan to the following office email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We continue to thank you for your support and the work you are all doing in your organizations and communities.
Keep well and stay positive.
Soccer New Brunswick
Tél. : (506) 850-9031
Referee Education Sessions Starts this week:
Another Referee development program will be launched this week.
The aim of this program is to improve the qualities of referees by working on important subjects which influence the performance of officials during matches.
A series of online education sessions where referees will receive training play reading and anticipation, movement, positioning, advantage, game management, teamwork and other themes.
These series will be presented by Local instructors, Canadian Premier League referees, national instructors, FIFA referees and FIFA Instructors.
This Course is accessible for referees registered in 2020.
Here is the link to register for 2020/2021 : https://www.soccernb.org/en/forms/referee-registration-form/
For more information, please contact Kamel at email@example.com
Friday May 1st, 2020
Memo: Coronavirus Update (COVID-19)
Soccer New Brunswick, in consultation with Canada Soccer and provincial government authorities have been monitoring the most recent developments of COVID-19 and are currently assessing operational plans for Return to Play.
We had a meeting with our provincial government and the sport branch, where they listened to our concerns and challenges of our community. We are committed to work on an innovative return to play protocol where our soccer community will play a big role. The safety and health of our participants will be first and foremost in the decision-making to come.
Other Canadian provinces associations have also begun the process of planning the re-opening of soccer operations in a phased-in approach.
There is now an opportunity to begin thinking about what that Return to Play might look like for soccer in our province. Soccer New Brunswick will organize a call with its members to collect input on what Return to Play may look like.
Soccer New Brunswick is working to ensure the continuity of our activities in the best possible way so we can keep moving forward.
Soccer NB makes available to its members online programs, including:
– Personalized home program for players.
– Online courses and workshops for coaches.
– Online courses and workshops for referees.
We invite you to consult our social networks and our website to learn about the programs and also to keep up to date with the latest developments.
Please note that, virtual training must only be available to registered members (no live streaming to the general public)
For any questions relating to your regional or club activities, we invite you to contact your club or league directly.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Soccer New Brunswick
Tél. : (506) 850-9031