LUSA seeks coaches

Langley United Soccer Association accepting applications

The Langley United Soccer Association is seeking staff coaches for its spring development program.

The boys and girls soccer club needs candidates who can demonstrate success in coaching at the youth level and exhibit excellent knowledge of player development and the needs of youth players.

The spring development program runs April 8 to June 9.

Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the Canadian Soccer Associations’ Wellness to World Club document as it relates to the Long Term Program Development (LTPD).

Staff coaches will not be able to be involved with their sons or daughters’ teams.

Qualified and licensed candidates are encouraged to send a letter of application, resume and names of one reference by email to the LUSA technical director Mark Parker at technicaldirector@luysa.com.

Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

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