OPEN OPPORTUNITIES

All of Our Teams are coached and managed by volunteers. As a Volunteer/Coach/Administrator/Staff, we need your assistance in creating a safe environment for all involved. For the safety of our players, all volunteers must pass a background check as well as obtain safety certifications in order to participate in any club activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Coaching soccer is easy. It’s about playing soccer with a bunch of kids while helping them discover and understand the game in a safe and healthy environment. Encourage them to have fun, encourage them to play hard, and keep them safe. Remember, the game is simple; you play with your feet. The more touches they get with the ball, the better their “touch” will be.

Visit our Coaches Corner to view the resources we provide to all our volunteer coaches.

1-2 Assistant coaches really helps keep practice organized. Not all Games are going to have referees—an Assistant Coach can help with that on game day. Remember a whistle!

Visit our Coaches Corner to view the resources we provide to all our volunteer coaches.

A manager organizes the teams' healthy snack rotation (fruit, snack bars, etc.) and helps with the end of the season celebrations. They also help the coaches make sure everyone has a ride to the game or practice.

Visit our Coaches Corner to view resources.

WHAT IF I'VE NEVER PLAYED SOCCER?

No matter what your soccer story is, the club will support you along the way—offering tools for team management and training including:

  • Assistance at practice from trainers ( U6 – U10)
  • TeamSnap—a sports team management app that is great for team communication and planning (U8+)

Please complete the steps below to get started and thank you for volunteering!

1. REGISTER WITH YOUR CLUB

  1. Register with SC Queen Anne (SCQA) Click here to register with SCQA

2. COMPLETE YOUR TRAINING

There are 4 compliance items that are required by either State or Federal law to be completed prior to your participation. All training sessions are online and can be done at your convenience from a computer or mobile device.

Once you have received your digital certificates, you will need to upload them to affinity (where you register). SCQA will not assign you to a team until your training & background check are verified. You must complete the 3 certifications, before submitting your Risk Management Assessment.

CONCUSSION COMPLIANCE

NFHS
Duration: ~30 mins
Certification: Annual

GO TO TRAINING

SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST

NFHS
Duration: ~20 mins
Certification: Every 3 years

GO TO TRAINING

MISCONDUCT TRAINING

US CENTER FOR SAFESPORT
Duration: 3 modules x ~30 minutes
Certification: Annual
Code: YC3E-6P5G-YYIL-CS2M

GO TO TRAINING


3. SUBMIT RISK MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT

Once you have completed your training, you will need to upload your certificates as part of the Risk Management Assessment.

Click here to finish registration.

OTHER OPEN OPPORTUNITIES

The Vice President shall succeed to the office and powers of the President in his absence, or for the remainder of his term if vacated for any reason. In the event of such a vacancy, the Board shall elect a successor to the post of Vice President. He shall be the Chairman of the Match Protest Committee, shall resolve the Other Grievances as described in the Bylaws, and be responsible for inventory and equipment purchases.

GET INVOLVED

Assist the Registrar in carrying the duties of that position.

GET INVOLVED

The Volunteer Coordinator shall be responsible for recruiting and maintaining volunteers as are needed for various QASC functions, events, or other needs.

GET INVOLVED

View the full list of board members here. 

GET INVOLVED