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GSA's Board of Directors is wholly run by volunteers

Vice President of Recreational (U4-U18)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Team Formation: Determine appropriate number of teams and players per team for each age group.
  • Age Group Coordinators: If possible, recruit and identify a commissioner or coordinator for each age group (U5, U6, U7, U8 and U9-U18). Ensure that commissioners/coordinators create teams appropriately and on time and communicate information to coaches: rosters with parent contact information, uniform distribution details, practice day/time and location, game schedules, season guidelines, rules of play and facilities use.
  • Recruit Coaches: Screen registrations for potential coaches. Solicit coaches (via phone or email)and provide description of coaching duties.
  • Conduct Preseason Coaches’ Meeting: Set up meeting time/date/location
    and communicate information to coaches on rosters, uniforms, season play, concession duty requirements, etc. Ensure information presented is up to date and comprehensive.
  • Provide Coaches Education: Work with Rec DOC to ensure coaches have appropriate level of training.
  • U4 Super Stars: Ensure staff is in place to run Saturday U4 Super Stars program. This program does not have teams or coaches, therefore staff must be there for the entire Saturday sessions.
  • U5-U8 Practice Leader: Ensure staff is in place to lead the warm ups for U5-U8 practices. Ensure expectations are clear regarding implementation of duties (amount of time to be on fields/available to coaches, methods to use to achieve objectives). Interact with leader regularly to address any issues or concerns.
  • Photos and Medals: Coordinate with volunteers or Club Admin to ensure photos are scheduled and communicated to coaches and participation trophies are ordered on time and distribution information is provided to coaches.
  • Uniforms: Choose appropriately priced Rec uniforms for each season. Ensure uniforms are ordered and distributed in a timely manner for the fall and spring seasons.



  • Daily email and internet access along with intermediate software skills including MS Office products such as Excel and Powerpoint, web based application and database management.
  • Good interpersonal skills and basic knowledge of soccer rules and regulations.


  • Georgetown Resident or frequently in Georgetown.
  • Schedule flexibility during the day.

Time Requirement:

  • 3-5 hours per week
  • Monthly Board meetings (2nd Mondays 6:30-8:30pm approximate).
  • Two half day Office on Duty shifts at GSA fields during Fall and Spring seasons.
  • Periodically volunteer for other activities and programs as necessary.