A team-based atmosphere with a focus on Fun!
Opportunity to build coaching skills and be a role model for athletes
Online training opportunities
Company OverviewFounded in Tampa, Florida, i9 Sports® is the nation’s first and largest youth sports league franchise business in the United States with over 1 million registrations in more than 500 communities from New York to Hawaii. Established in 2003 by Frank Fiume on the principle that the number one reason kids play organized sports is to have fun, not to become the next draft pick.i9 Sports offers youth sports leagues, camps, and clinics for kids ages 3-17 in today’s most popular sports such as flag football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, and baseball. With our focus on fun, safety, convenience, and good sportsmanship, i9 Sports is reinventing the youth sports experience for families across the country. It’s the way youth sports should be. What does your company do?
Sports Coordinator is responsible for enhancing the i9 Sports Experience for players and coaches. The Sports Coordinator will need to build relationships with players, parents, and coaches while making sure that the instructional aspects of the i9 Sports Experience are delivered. Observing, assessing, and assisting our coaches is paramount. The position entails hands-on involvement with practices and games among all age groups and skill levels.
Hands-on involvement with practices and games among all age groups and skill levels
Responsible for enhancing the i9 Sports Experience for players, coaches, and parents
Empower volunteer coaches to lead practice sessions focusing on fundamentals, skill development, and fun
Build relationships with players, parents, and coaches while making sure that the instructional aspects of the i9 Sports Experience are delivered
Teach & demonstrate core concepts including Sportsmanship values
Supervise the overall operation of designated sport on game day
Consistently demonstrate a positive attitude and superior customer service skills
Excellent communication skills
Football coaching and/or officiating experience & knowledge
Highly motivated self-starter; can work independently & solve problems
Awareness & ability to take charge of any situation to ensure the safety of players
Positive attitude and a strong ability to build professional relationships
Ability to work weekends, Saturdays and/or Sundays, and occasional weekday meetings (for the full duration of the season, ~7 weeks)
Must be able to pass a National Criminal Background Check
Each franchised location is independently owned and operated and is solely and exclusively responsible for determining local hiring decisions, compensation, benefits, and other terms of employment.