Edmonds Community College Women’s Soccer Seeks Assistant Coach

Please Direct Inquiries to:

Name: Brittney Beitel, Women’s Soccer Head Coach 
Phone: 253.973.4211


The position will report to Brittney Beitel, women’s soccer head coach. The assistant coach will be involved with all aspects of the women’s soccer program.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in identifying and recruiting academically and athletically talented student-athletes for the program;
  • Coach/Teach athletes and assist with day-to-day activities;
  • Help maintain a competitive and successful program;
  • Comply with NWAC/ NCAA rules and regulations and support Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) and Edmonds CC Philosophy and Mission;
  • Promote program on campus and in the community (player volunteer work, camps, etc.);
  • Represent the College on and off the field in a positive fashion;
  • Drive a state vehicle (12 and 7 passenger van) to and from away contests;
  • Assist in fundraising efforts;
  • Organize and run team study halls;
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Playing experience and ability to teach the sport;
  • Strong organizational, management and communication skills with attention to detail;
  • Knowledge of the NWAC;
  • Able to attend practice/ training sessions on the campus of Edmonds Community College;
  • Ability to demonstrate key technical competencies;
  • Coaching licenses from qualified association, or plan to obtain higher licenses;
  • Work is very physical and mostly done outside, sometimes in occasionally harsh weather conditions;
  • Associate’s Degree.

Conditions of Employment

Send a letter of interest, résumé and contact information for three to five professional references to Brittney Beitel, women’s soccer head coach.


Yearly coaching stipend of $2,100

Closing Date 

Open until filled. Start date: Immediately

Conditions of Employment

  • You must document your citizenship or employment authorization within three days of hire
  • You must possess a current Washington State driver’s license and show proof of insurance
  • Be able to pass a background check
  • Currently be CPR certified or be able to obtain certification immediately
  • Pass two on-line NWAC Coaching Certificates

About the College

Edmonds Community College, founded in 1967, is a public, two-year, coeducational state community college which each year welcomes some 11,500 academic and vocational students, including approximately 1,200 international students who come here from as many as 79 countries.  The college is located in the center of the growing south Snohomish County communities of Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, Brier, Mill Creek and Woodway. Situated in Washington State’s Puget Sound region, the College is just north of Seattle and a short distance from the scenic beauty and recreation of the San Juan Islands, British Columbia, and the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges. For more information, see the about the college page.

Physical Work Environment

Work is typically performed on the playing field.  Duties require standing/walking for long periods of time, the ability to demonstrate techniques associated with the sport, and lifting materials in excess of 25 pounds.  The ability to communicate clearly is essential. This position may also require driving a college van to games.

EEO/Affirmative Action Statement

Edmonds Community College recognizes an institutional responsibility to assure that all employees, students, and job applicants receive equality of treatment in employment and educational opportunities, and to eliminate barriers to equal employment opportunities. District regulations including, but not limited to, hiring, conditions or privileges of employment, promotion, demotion, transfer, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selection for training shall be administered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (gender), disability, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or genetic information.

Further, the College will act affirmatively to improve opportunities for underutilized groups who have historically suffered discrimination in employment and educational opportunities. The College will set affirmative action goals for females, African Americans, Asian/Pacific Islanders, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, disabled persons, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled veterans, and persons age 40 and over if statistical analysis indicates an underutilization of any of these protected groups.