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Full-Time Positions

Communications & Engagement Manager - The primary responsibility will be to develop, lead and implement the club’s communications and engagement strategy. This position will be directly involved in the day-to-day communications, marketing, and engagement activities of the club, will be required to attend events, functions, and games, and will be an important part of the leadership team.


To apply, email your resume, a cover letter, and a list of three references to Review of applicants to begin immediately.

Travel Coach


If you are a licensed referee and would like work for DC Soccer Club, contact Walt Anderson.

Tots & Future Star Coach: Do you want to become a Tots coach? Part-time paid and volunteer positions available. Looking for coaches that have the ability to engage younger kids and follow a thought-out curriculum for players aged 3-5 years old. If you are interested, please reach out to Nick.

ADP Coach: DC Soccer Club's Accelerated Development Program is a mid-tier program for players looking to advance their skills. If you are looking to gain experience in youth soccer, have a passion about the game, and are available to coach midweek and games on Sunday, please reach out to Nick.

Pre-K Plus Coach:  Staff coaches work with teams to expose children to soccer & help new volunteer coaches grow & develop through mentoring & direction. Sessions happen on Saturdays in Spring and Fall, between 8am and 2pm, with a mix of practice activities and a short game each day. Help new players learn the game and learn about team sports. Demonstrate practice activities and help volunteer coaches run sessions. Monitor games and educate parents via conversations and modeling positive behaviors. Tentative locations: Stoddert ES and Garrison ES. If you are interested, please reach out to Justin.

Rec Program Guest Coaches: Based on availability, visit Rec teams at their Spring and Fall season team practices (typically weeknights, various locations & times; some Sundays as well) and help with the session. Coordinate with the team coach(es) to either run a session addressing a specific topic or watch the coach(es) and provide feedback & mentoring after the session. Give the players a quality session while also educating the coach(es). Typically involves teams of players in grades 1 – 7. If you are interested, please reach out to Justin.


DC Soccer Club's Internship Program offers both paid and unpaid internships in Fall/Winter, Spring, and Summer. Interns will gain valuable experience working alongside DC Soccer Club's office and coaching staff. The program is designed to provide interns experience working in a non-profit youth sports organization. Course credit and community service hour verification is available, subject to school requirements.

Areas of Opportunity

  • Youth Programming
  • Non-Profit Administration
  • Marketing and Public Relations
  • Communications
  • Coaching/Coaching Education
  • Photography/Videography 
  • Public Health & Exercise Science 
  • Development, Fundraising, & Events Planning

Application process: Please submit resume, cover letter, area of interest, and where relevant, examples of work (i.e. photography/videography/communications).