The Lacrosse team of TSC Eintracht Dortmund invites applications for the part-time position of Head Men's and Women's Coach. Dortmund Lacrosse is a member of the DlaxV (German Lacrosse Association) and both teams are in the 2nd German Lacrosse- League (2. BLW). Our Lacrosse team is a part of the biggest sports club in Dortmund, which offers a wide variety of sports, including not only Lacrosse but also Soccer, Hockey, Gymnastics and much more for more than 7000 members.
We are searching for a Head Coach for both the Women's and Men's teams. Each team consists of 30-50 highly motivated players of different levels. Although Lacrosse is still a relatively little-known sport in Germany, it is growing constantly and we now have more than 50 Lacrosse clubs, most of them with both men’s and women’s teams. In addition, the youth program is growing rapidly since we have two active youth leagues.
What we have:
- 1 men's and 1 women's team, both playing in the 2. German Lacrosse League (2. BLW)
- youth programs for boys and girls under 16, both teams are in the Southern German Lacrosse-league
- modern Lacrosse turf affiliated with the premises of Dortmund's biggest sports club (hosted the German Championships for men and women in 2018)
What we want:
- Head coach for women's and men's team
- a probationary period of 6 months leading to an engagement for up to 2 years
- 6 hours training per week
- on-field coaching at the weekends (12-20 games per team a year)
What we offer:
- salary of € 600,- per month after taxes
- Flight to Germany, transfer to Dortmund (paid after 6 months)
- Flight home after 2 years
- free healthcare
- help with visa, apartment, jobs, university...
- further training for coaches in our club
Coaching is in English. German language skills are not necessary, but helpful.
Please mail your application (including resume and references) to Nora Teepe: Lacrosse@tsc-eintracht-dortmund.de
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