Mount Si Lacrosse Club is Looking for a High School Boys Head Coach/Program Director for Spring 2017
The Mount Si Lacrosse Club (MSLC) is seeking a qualified head coach for the High School Boys Lacrosse Program for Mount Si High School with the opportunity to influence and impact the entire boys program from elementary through high school.
About Our Program
MSLC started about six years ago with just a couple of teams. Today, MSLC is comprised of 19 teams and over 325 players.
Our Boys Program is managed by the Youth Program Director who is in charge of setting the tone for the program, creating consistency among teams in addition to developing a strong lacrosse culture in our community. The Boys Program has a total of 10 teams and about 210 players from elementary through high school. This enrollment makes us one of the largest programs within the Greater Eastside Lacrosse League.
We have a strong team of volunteer coaches that strive to improve their knowledge and impart their lacrosse and life experience on our players each season. The head coach and assistant coach for each team is required to have a current CPR/FA certificate on file, an active US Lacrosse number, an annual concussion training, an annual background check and Level I Lacrosse Coaching Certification. Within in the coaching staff, we are proud to have several coaches that have played at the collegiate or club level.
Requirements and Qualifications
We are looking for a candidate that is excited as we are about the potential of our program. The ideal candidate will have the capacity to develop our high school program, establish annual goals and objectives for the programs and players. This is a great opportunity for someone that has a strong desire to develop and grow a program that retains our top talent and recruits new athletes to the program each year.
Successful candidates must be available for all practices and competitions that occur on weekdays or weekends between mid-February and the end of the season. Both coaching and playing experience at the high school or college level is preferred. A strong ability to communicate and partner with the Board of Directors as well as develop relationships with the high school stakeholders is desired.
To be considered, candidates must have a Level I Coaching Certification before the beginning of the 2017 season, satisfactorily complete all applicable background checks, complete all MSLC training, and obtain a current CPR/First Aid Certification.
Compensation and Benefits
MSLC is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding coaching candidates who will add to the development of our entire program and all of our athletes. Pay will be set commensurate to the job(s) and responsibilities filled by the candidate and will align favorably with those of peer schools and clubs locally. Coaching stipends are paid in monthly installments during the primary competition season. Other benefits include MSLC apparel and access to funds for professional development. Opportunities to earn additional income managing camps and clinics in the summer, fall and winter are available for the right candidate.
About our Community
The Valley (Fall City, North Bend and Snoqualmie) are among the fastest growing cities in King County. The Snoqualmie Valley School District is comprised of five elementary schools, two middle schools a freshman campus and one high school that is currently undergoing complete renovation including fields and facilities.
The MSLC promotes the development of and passion for boys’ and girls’ lacrosse in the Snoqualmie Valley. The MSLC is committed to providing a safe and positive environment for all of our athletes. We will achieve this by:
- Demonstrating respect for all players, officials, parents and opponents
- Providing opportunities for player growth and development
- Fostering a healthy competitive environment
- Promoting sportsmanship and teamwork
Core Values: Character * Community * Sportsmanship
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via email to
by August 30, 2016. All questions and inquiries can be sent to our Club President Jen Spence at