CQCSC Summer Job Positions

Positions available for the Soccer Season 

Please apply by sending your cover letter, indicating what position you are interested in along with your resume to CQCSC President Erin MacRae-Forrest


Central Queens Soccer Association

Position:  Coaching Director/Tournament Coordinator 

The successful participant will be given opportunities to learn and further develop skills associated with the management and administration of a community-operated sports organization including management of the soccer club's annual Youth League Tournament. This individual will work closely with our volunteer Board of Directors to operate various soccer programs for the Central Queens Soccer Association. S/he will be involved in all aspects of club operation including member registration, organization of teams, the recruitment of volunteer coaches. With the help of the PEI Soccer Association, they will plan weekly grassroots soccer activities for players. They will be responsible for organizing goalie and ref clinics and any development programs that we wish to offer. 

With assistance from the Board's Tournament Coordinator, they will be responsible for responding to inquiries from coaches and team managers. Registration for the various divisions, and scheduling games for this 3-day tournament with 7 fields planned for the soccer complex. The individual will also be asked to approach local businesses to consider sponsorship and fundraising opportunities to fund the tournament, as well as securing donations for player of the game awards. This individual will also be responsible for preparing information to update the tournament website with pertinent information as the tournament approaches and day-to-day website communication for the overall club, in coordination with the Tournament Coordinator and/or Website Manager. -The individual will organize all resources for the tournament including, field equipment, canteen/BBQ stock, and clubhouse needs, with assistance from the tournament coordinator and club staff. This individual will help with the organization of volunteers to help carry out the pre-existing volunteer duties during the tournament weekend. The individual will develop a year-end tournament report that includes a budget and a detailed closing statement of the yearly tournament. They will also assist in the planning and delivery of end-of-season tournaments for house league players.  Set up schedules for playoff practices and games for youth league teams. 


Start and end dates: early May to mid-August 

Weekly required hours: 40 hours

Salary:  To be negotiated based on education and experience

* This position is funded through the Post-Secondary Student Program through Skills PEI, it supports students working 12-14 weeks during summer and entering or returning to full-time post-secondary studies.

Central Queens Soccer Association

Position: Facility Manager/Grounds-keeper  - Filled for 2023


The successful participant will learn skills associated with the management and operation of the six-field soccer complex located in Hunter River, PE. Duties in this area include overseeing of general groundskeeping and maintenance of the facility, as well as scheduling of fields and facilities for up to 440 players and 20 soccer teams for games and practices. Duties also include training and supervision of part-time staff, financial book-keeping, and record-keeping. Development of training documents and manuals for the operation of equipment.

Start and end dates: early May to end-August

Weekly required hours: 35 hours

Salary:  To be negotiated based on education and experience

Central Queens Soccer Association

Position: Canteen Manager/Assistant Grounds Keeper - Filled for 2023


Management of on-site canteen on House League nights and Tournaments. Assess and maintain inventory of canteen and facility supplies, handling cash, and record keeping. Carry out regular cleaning and custodial duties of the clubhouse. Assist in the general groundskeeping and maintenance of the facility. Assist with the preparation and execution of the Youth League and House League tournaments. 

Start and end dates: early June to mid-August

Weekly required hours: 8 hours in June, 30 hours in July, and the first part of August

Salary: To be negotiated based on education and experience

* This position is funded through the Jobs for Youth Program through Employment Development Agency (EDA) and supports students working 8-12 weeks during summer and returning to school. 


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