Stronger Together.

      As the leading youth soccer organization in Northern California, and one of the largest youth sports associations in the United States serving more than 100,000 members—our employees are vital to our success. We’re a dynamic, innovative, and caring organization that has put members first since 1969 by delivering value, structure, exceptional service, and resources. We have dedicated employees, and we offer talented and hard-working individuals competitive compensation and benefits, along with opportunities for professional development and advancement.

      Additionally, our member clubs are hiring and/or need volunteers to continue to operate. Below you will find job opportunities for Cal North and it's member clubs, alongside Cal North's job opportunities.


      Cal North - District Administrator

      Job Title

      District Administrator 


      Employment Classification

      This is a salaried (FLSA Exempt) position with compensatory benefits. 


      Reporting Structure

      Reports to the Executive Director 


      Job Summary

      Under direction of the Executive Director, the District Administrator will be responsible for directing growth in several programs operated within the district. This position will provide assistance for marketing and creating budgetsIn addition, this position will be responsible for the following:  financial performance of identified programs, planning and implementation of California Select League,  District Cup, Jr Cup or Association Cup. The District Administrator will be expected to travel the district to ensure programs and events are best in class for the membership. This position will supervise a variety of employment classifications as determined by the Executive Director.


      Minimum Qualifications

      • A BA or BS degree in Business or Sports Management or other similar degree.  A minimum of five years’ experience in a supervisory position overseeing programs related to business or sports management may be substituted for the degree requirement.
      • Possession of a US Soccer B Coaching License


      Minimum Technical Requirements

      Must be proficient in word and spreadsheet documents; must be willing to learn and become proficient in new software programs as they relate to the operations of Cal North.


      General Duties and Responsibilities

      • Establishing dates, locations, and formats for all competitions
      • Developing standards for competitions and levels of play for District, Leagues, Clubs, Coaches, Players, and Parents
      • Directing various events including, but not limited to, California Select League,  District Cup, Jr Cup or Association Cup, and other events related to District administrator 


      • Development of planning standards, staffing requirements, and budgets with Executive Director
      • Other duties as assigned from time to time by the Executive Director 


      Areas of Proficiency Required

      • Problem Resolution - resolves problems in a timely manner, gathers information, and works adeptly in problem solving situations
      • Oral Communication - Responds well to questions and participates in meetings
      • Teamwork – Balances team and individual responsibilities, exhibits objectivity and openness to others' views, gives and welcomes feedback, and contributes to building a positive team spirit
      • Written Communication - Writes clearly and effectively, edits work for spelling and grammar, and presents numerical data efficiently
      • Organizational Support - Follows policies and procedures and completes tasks correctly and on time
      • Planning/Organizing - Uses time efficiently and seeks additional resources when warranted


      Additional Desirable Qualifications

      • US Soccer “A” Coaching license
      • An ability to speak and write in conversational Spanish


      Work Environment

      Office hours are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Tuesday,Thursday and Friday.

      Due to the nature of this position, the work schedule may vary at times.  The job may require occasional work on weekends and outside of normal business hours.


      Salary and Benefits 

      Salary shall be negotiable based on experience. 

      USYS - Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

      LOCATION: Frisco, TX
      REPORTS TO: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

      WHO WE ARE:
      US Youth Soccer Association (USYS) is currently the largest youth soccer organization in the United States.
      We spend every day thinking about ways to grow and support our sport. We continue to build the most
      innovative service organization in the industry and transforming lives by inspiring participation. Our vision
      is to bring communities together through the power of soccer, making life-long fans of the sport.
      We are defining the modern-day youth sport organization with innovation as a cornerstone of our
      strategy. We are guided by the principles of service leadership, performance excellence, collaboration,
      and diversity and inclusion at all levels of the organization. Our focus on listening, collaborating, and
      adapting our existing model has allowed us to create changes in our business model, governance and
      constituent support, and play a leadership role throughout youth sports.
      We are all about going above and beyond to serve the soccer community, and we work equally hard to
      serve our teammates. We are committed to being a great place to work by focusing on hiring, training,
      and promoting talented, dedicated, passionate individuals who want to get better every day.

      The position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) helps develop and implement the financial strategic direction
      of US Youth Soccer, ensuring effective communication, integration, and teamwork across the entire
      organization. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the CFO will serve as a trusted advisor to the
      CEO, Board of Directors and 54 State Associations regarding the financial operations and financial strategy
      of USYS. Additionally, this role will lead the efforts in forecasting, monitoring, and managing the
      organization’s daily and long-term financial activities.
      Strong concentration of the role will be on long term financial planning; reporting and measuring, to
      include establishing key financial performance indicators, executive reporting, and market analysis; and
      overseeing trend and data analysis to maximize current and future resources. The CFO will also be
      expected to focus on continual process improvements to ensure operational efficiencies and sound
      business practices to safeguard the organization's financial assets.
      The CFO will be responsible for significantly engaging with Board leadership on all financial matters,
      planning, reporting, etc. The position ensures the integration and compliance of the department’s
      financial and accounting activities with those of USYS and the State Associations and works proactively to
      mitigate audit risks and ensure compliance. The CFO will be responsible for preparing and delivering
      budget and financial presentations to internal and external stakeholders. In addition, the CFO will
      consistently engage with a peer network in the industry for benchmarking and sharing of best practices.

      • Effectively engage the CEO/Board of Directors, staff and State Associations in the financial
      budgeting process.
      • Participate in key decisions with the leadership groups by problem-solving and bringing innovative
      ideas to support organization initiatives.
      • Develop financial and accounting best practices to share with and support the State Associations.
      • Responsible for ensuring that USYS continuously works toward improving profitability and
      efficiencies, providing safeguards against theft of assets, & accurately reporting the assets,
      liabilities, revenues & expenses.
      • Monitor all forms of risk management and recommend to the CEO, Audit Committee and Board
      of Directors any modifications to policies and procedures to ensure that organizational risks are
      • Lead and administer the organization's fiscal management function including, but not limited to,
      the following areas: reporting, budgeting, forecasting, long-range planning, financial
      modeling/analysis, capital project funding, debt management, tax compliance, transaction
      processing, procurement, travel, audit, and policy development.
      • Collaborate with US Youth Soccer staff and committees to create the necessary tools and
      enhanced reporting functions that produce data to make sound financial decisions that
      correspond with the budget and strategic goals for the budget year.
      • Completes Department's financial reporting obligations, including, year-end closing process,
      reporting requirements, tax preparation, audits, and other reporting needs.
      • Serve as principal liaison with external auditors, Audit and Investment Committees.
      • Demonstrate support for, and impacts to the organization’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and
      belonging strategic goals.
      • Review the financial impact of all contracts executed on behalf of the organization.
      • Ensure that the organization complies with all requirements of maintaining 501c3 status.
      • Lead and mentor accounting staff.
      • Perform other related duties as assigned by the CEO.

      • Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree (MBA or CPA) strongly preferred.
      • 7+ years of similar executive financial leadership or athletic administration or related field
      experience required.
      • Extensive background in financial planning, strategic planning, analysis, revenue generation and
      modeling and financial reporting required.
      • Previous experience in business leadership roles within higher education, non-profit companies
      and/or the sports industry is very helpful.
      • Proven track record of setting and achieving high financial goals and objectives.
      • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate, both written and verbally.
      • High level of commitment to quality of work and organizational ethics, integrity, and compliance.

      • Proficiency with Microsoft products.
      • Positive attitude and strong work ethic.
      • Strong communication and organization skills to be able to manage numerous projects at once.
      • Willingness to ask questions, give their input, accept advice and take direction.
      • Creative problem solving.
      • Excellent verbal and written skills.
      • Confidence in presenting plans and projections.
      • Proven job reliability, diligence, dedication and attention to detail.
      • Ability to travel and work weekends.

      TO APPLY:
      This is a full time, exempt position, based in Frisco, TX. Please send your resume, cover letter and salary
      requirements to Skip Gilbert (
      US Youth Soccer is a non-profit organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified
      applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national
      origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other
      protected class. We offer a competitive salary and benefits

      Natomas FA - Experienced Coaches

      Natomas FA is still seeking experienced coaches for paid positions for the upcoming season. Tryouts begin may 15th.


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      Cal North - State Youth Referee Administrator

      Job Description

      State Youth Referee Administrator

      Reports to:  Executive Director 

      Supervises:  District Youth Referee Administrators 

      Summary: The State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA) serves as the administrative coordinator for any referee matters within Cal North.  The SYRA also serves as a liaison between Cal North and the California North Referee Administration (CNRA) for all referee development events managed by CNRA at Cal North State Cup events.

      Key Responsibilities 

      1. Administrative 

        1. Provide a quarterly report to the Cal North Board of Directors, developed in consultation with CNRA, with the following data:

          1. YTD referee registration numbers.

          2. A breakdown, when possible, of demographics of the referee pool.

          3. If possible, YTD number of entry level courses hosted by clubs affiliated with Cal North.

          4. YTD number of assessments completed.

        2. Serve as the primary point of contact for any incident reports involving referees, including referee abuse, referee assault, or referee misconduct.  Provide a report on any incidents, if necessary, to the Executive Director.

        3. Identify and solicit individuals to sit on any required referee committees, including any disciplinary committees.

        4. Attend quarterly meetings with the Referee Committee and the District Youth Referee Administrators to discuss referee program policies and procedures.

        5. Maintain open lines of communication with the Cal North Executive Director and staff regarding matters specific to the referee program.

        6. Contribute content as requested for any Cal North newsletters or online communications.

        7. When mutually agreeable, attend United States Youth Soccer or U.S. Soccer events or meetings to represent Cal North.

        8. Develop and present an annual referee program budget to the Executive Director.

        9. Copy the Executive Director and the Referee Committee Chairperson on all formal correspondence regarding Cal North referee activities or initiatives.

      1. Referee Program

        1. Oversee the development and implementation of the Game Day Facilitators program, including promotion, advertising and interfacing with clubs and participants.

        2. Liaise with CNRA technical leadership to support referee development activities managed by CNRA at Cal North State Cup events, including:

          1. Provide logistical support when requested.

          2. Solicit engagement from DYRAs when requested.

          3. Represent Cal North at Cal North State Cup events.

        3. Recommend local assignors for Cal North any competitions not directly managed by CNRA.

        4. Oversee the implementation of the annual State Youth Referee of the Year award, including:

          1. Establish criteria for selection of the State Youth Referee of the Year.

          2. Solicit District Youth Referee of the Year nominations from the DYRAs.

          3. Collaborate with the Referee Committee to select the State Youth Referee of the Year winner.

        5. Serve as a liaison between clubs or referee associations affiliated with Cal North and CNRA for the purpose of requesting technical support for referee seminars requested by clubs (not entry level courses).

      If interested please email 

      Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center - General Manager

      MHOSC, LLC
      16500 Condit Road
      Morgan Hill CA 95038
      P.O. Box 2254
      Morgan Hill CA 95037

      Now Hiring for a General Manager
      The Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center is an outdoor sports facility with a wide range of users.
      MHOSC, LLC is the non-profit organization managing the city-owned 12 field facility for both youth and adult sports and events. Users include weekly and weekend rentals by youth/adult sports
      organizations and large tournaments and other events on weekends.

      We are actively recruiting for a full time General Manager, who will be responsible for managing all
      aspects of the facility, including business operations, staff, and the facility. General Manager will be responsible for managing growth, including developing and growing business systems as needed.

      Position will be financially responsible for all operations of the business reporting to a Board of

      Weekly activities will include managing staff, working with customers for events and other bookings, representing MHOSC to the city and the community, planning facility maintenance and improvements.

      This is a thriving and busy small business with the General Manager at the helm.

      The ideal candidate for this role will have strong interpersonal relationship building and public
      relations skills, be a critical thinker, quick decision maker, think strategically and plan accordingly, and maintain a professional outlook while demonstrating strong leadership.

      Job Duties Include but are not limited to the following:

      ● Manage day-to-day facility operations, including supervision of onsite various events.
      ● Create and manage budget, monitor KPI’s, managing needs, and accuracy of financial reports.
      ● Promotional campaigns including advertising and marketing of the facility as well as website
      and other social media presence.
      ● Manage all event scheduling, secure contracts with clients for events, manage and process all
      reservations and interest requests. Manage all invoicing for events. Maintain an updated
      contract, pricing schedule, and online calendar of events/availability.
      ● Maintain professional public relations with Local and Regional users.
      ● Work directly with the City of Morgan Hill designated representative, our partner, and provide data as needed.
      ● Ensure proper security systems, evacuation routes, and traffic logistic plans are in place and
      alternatives are prepared as contingency planning.
      ● Manage and facilitate equipment repairs, including replacing/ordering new equipment if
      ● Monitor all field conditions in coordination with groundskeepers. Ensuring field quality and
      safety at all times.
      ● Establish and manage facility rental fees and contracts.
      ● Manage additional staff including Groundskeepers, Event Staff, Customer Service
      Representative and any additional service providers or Vendors that may be brought onsite for event-specific support (i.e. tournaments).
      ● Researching, planning and implementing facility improvements.
      ● Other duties as assigned by MHOSC, LLC Board of Directors.
      ● Sports tournament and/or event management or sports facility experience, especially youth
      ● Excellent customer service skills, including experience working with customers over the phone,
      email and in person.
      ● Strong interpersonal skills, including experience with consumer/customer interaction ie retail or
      small business B to C.
      ● Excellent computer skills including familiarity with standard business systems such as Word,
      Excel and their Google equivalents.
      ● Experience with business finance including familiarity with Quickbooks and an understanding
      of financial accounting requirements for a small business.
      ● Experience managing, scheduling and mentoring either full or part time staff.
      ● Physical Demands include ability to lift 30 pounds as well as bend, crouch, and reach, daily.
      Continual standing and walking, continual listening and talking in person or on the phone.
      ● Basic knowledge in the care and use of field equipment and landscaping/groundskeeping
      tools. Basic understanding of field dimensions for different sports.
      ● Solid verbal and written communication skills, including active listening, flexibility, critical
      thinking, and the ability to multi-task and ensure effective time management.
      ● Demonstrated organizational and project management skills to work successfully with clients
      to produce high quality events and well managed facilities that meet client needs.
      ● Previous facility management experience a plus.

      Experience/Education Requirements:
      ● Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
      ● Minimum 3 years in a management and/or small business leadership role.
      Salary and Benefits: Annual Salary Range of $75,000 to $85,000 depending on experience. Health insurance benefits are not provided.
      Work Schedule: Full time hours are variable and can be flexible depending on the business needs.
      Availability will need to include weekend events and management of evening staff. Working at the
      facility location will be common but some things can be managed as work from home.
      Interested Candidates should send resume to

      MHOSC provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status,
      genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected
      by federal, state or local laws.

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