Mid-Pacific looking for boys soccer head coach

Mid-Pacific Institute is looking for a varsity head coach for its boys soccer program.

The head coach is responsible for overseeing and developing all levels of the program including varsity, junior varsity and intermediate. The ideal candidate should have extensive experience as a head coach and must possess excellent communication skills. Soccer specific coaching certification is preferred.

Please submit a letter of all relevant experience and qualifications, along with a current resume to:

     Mid-Pacific Athletics
     2445 Ka'ala St.
     Honolulu, HI 96822

or email Mid-Pacific athletics director Scott Wagner at [email protected].

The application deadline is Monday, April 9, 2018.



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