CLUB OPERATIONS MANAGER- part time
Soccer Parenting aims to make youth soccer better by fostering collaborative relationships between coaches, clubs, parents and players. We believe parents will be difference makers when it comes to improving the game, and we work daily to educate and support youth soccer parents and coaches in order to maximize player inspiration.
Soccer Parenting has hundreds of members: youth clubs, state associations, leagues, organizing bodies. Our members seek to better support parents and provide some form of access to our education platform – the SoccerParentResourceCenter.com – to their parents and coaches. The platform provides parents with the education, guidance, support and connection they need to ensure their child is inspired by their soccer experience and provides resources for coaches to gain education related to relationship building, trust, collaboration and more.
Soccer Parenting aims to provide our employees with:
- A fun and collaborative culture of service as we make youth soccer better, together.
- A flexible, at-home work environment.
- Supportive relationships that foster a deeper understanding of our mission and vision.
- A strong connection to the sport through shared relationships with youth soccer leaders.
- An inclusive environment where we find our company power by understanding and celebrating our differences.
The Club Operations Manager is responsible for:
- Developing collaborative working relationships with our club members in order to ensure a successful annual partnership.
- Executing a detailed on-boarding plan via Zoom to club leaders.
- Listening to the needs of clubs and supporting club staff in the ongoing implementation of the membership.
- Maintaining and tracking interactions in a CRM to ensure adequate support.
- Managing all aspects of successful club memberships.
A Club Operations Manager must possess these skills:
- Strong and engaging communicator, both verbally and in writing.
- We use Slack, CRM (Active Campaign), Excel, Dropbox, Zoom and MemberPress. While training is available, you must have your own computer and be computer confident.
- High emotional intelligence including self and social awareness plus optimism.
- Ability to self-manage.
- Strong background in the youth game and understanding of youth soccer landscape.
Hours: 6-12 hours/week. Hours are flexible however you must have the ability to check in Monday-Friday to remain updated on new tasks/club assignments.
Salary: $18/hour ($20/hour after a 2-month review), $50/month cell phone allowance
Must be located in and eligible to work in the United States.
Questions, call Skye at 804-467-7041.
Inquiries and resumes to Skye@SoccerParenting.com