To support the development and delivery of our programs, Chilliwack FC offers contracts to coaches and support staff as required. For more information, email careers@chilliwackfc.com

Job Postings

The Chilliwack Youth Soccer Association dba Chilliwack FC is seeking to hire a qualified individual that will manage and grow our referee program.

Scope of Work

Objective:

To provide high level soccer service to the Chilliwack FC and its Members with focus on game officials.

Scope:

As a Contractor for Chilliwack FC your role will be critical to ensuring the success of the Society in managing its referees and their development.

Location of Work:

Predominantly in the Fraser Valley in the community of Chilliwack however, the location may also include Greater Vancouver and outlying areas. 

Manager of Officials Job Description

  • At least 18 years of age;
  • Current Criminal Record Check;
  • BC Soccer Referee and Assessor;
  • At least six (6) years of experience as a Referee;
    • Be willing to devote time and energy to improving themselves as a referee and a

referee mentor by participating in BC Soccer Referee programming initiatives;

  • Good people and communication skills;
  • Be accessible to referees, coaches, and Chilliwack FC Executive as needed;
  • Serve as a role model to other volunteers;
  • Good observer;
  • Positive teacher;
  • Good listening skills;
  • Encouraging and understanding;
  • Proficient knowledge of the Laws of the Game and referee mechanics;
  • Be committed to Chilliwack Youth Soccer Association and our philosophies.

 Expectations

Chilliwack FC expectations of the Manager of Officials – include but are not limited to the following:

  • Maintain their referee certification as required by the BC Soccer Association and the Canada Soccer Association. Achieving a higher standard is encouraged and supported by the Chilliwack FC
  • Assign referees and assistants where applicable to games for Chilliwack FC, with priority being given to Chilliwack based referees, then, if necessary, referees from other communities.
  • Annual Refresher Courses as required by BC Soccer.
  • Entry Level Clinics as required to augment and maintain the number of referees required in Chilliwack
  • Provide a minimum of two (2) full assessments for each full field referee annually.
  • Provide on-going mentoring as needed for all Chilliwack Referees
  • Run weekly sessions for Referees particularly those who wish to advance their refereeing career.
  • Submit monthly reports on the progress of the program plus an annual report to the Board.
  • Work with the webmaster to ensure that current events and referee accomplishments are posted on the website.
  • Attend as many Chilliwack Youth Soccer Association games as possible.
  • Utilize outside mentors from within the community as necessary.

Please forward resume to careers@chilliwackfc.com.

WHAT IS THE GAME DAY SET UP COORDINATOR?

The Game Day Set Up Coordinator’s primary function is to set up each Chilliwack FC home field for the day with tents and benches where they are required. The role also includes ensuring the that the game day facilities are also in proper order.  This is a seasonal role that requires varied availability depending on the time of the year.

JOB EXPECTATIONS

Availability – the successful candidate(s) must be available during the days/hours below.  The schedule below is an example of what the schedule may look like. A full schedule will be provided.

Fall/Winter Season

September – March – weekends
Approximate Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm

Spring/Summer

April – June – weekdays and weekends

Weekdays – 4:30pm-8:30pm
Weekends – 8:00am-4:00pm

Examine fields pre-game to ensure they are in playable condition

  • If football uprights are on the field are they/will they interfere with the game?
    • Are they crooked???
  • Are fields clear of debris and other garbage
  • If on grass, are there holes?

Set Up tents and benches as per the design map.

REMUNERATION

This is a pay per day role.

Resumes can be sent to careers@chilliwackfc.com