Girls Soccer Coach

Girls Leading Girls

About the organization

Girls Leading Girls is a 501c3 nonprofit based in San Francisco, CA. Our mission is to train girls ages 6-17 in leadership and life skills through soccer. We work with over 500 girls every year in San Francisco, Oakland, and Marin in the Bay Area.


The coach will be responsible for implementing our soccer and leadership curriculum, follow and uphold safety policies, run practices and games for girls youth soccer teams, communicate weekly with our staff and the parents of the girls, attend monthly paid coach trainings.

Hours are 1-1.5 hour practices 1-2 times a week M-F between 3-6:30pm, 1 hour games on Saturdays. We are flexible with days/times depending on the coach availability, we have openings for multiple coaches that can work 1-8 hours a week.


Former or current soccer playing experience is required. Comfortable working with children and parents. Must have strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills; must be organized, patient, reliable, and able to multi-task. Coaches will be required to undergo a background check and obtain CPR training as well as soccer specific trainings paid for an provided by Girls Leading Girls.

Pay range is $25-$50/hr depending on experience and coaching license levels. License are not required, we will pay for those for you. Pay rate increases over time with demonstrated commitment and learning.



Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Please email me your resume and cover letter explaining why you want to coach with Girls Leading Girls. Thank you!

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