Wanted: D2 Coach

The Washington Women’s RFC, the DC Furies, are seeking a coach for our Division II team.  The ideal candidates will have rugby 15’s or 7’s experience, coaching experience, and be organized and motivated.  The Furies are looking for candidates with positive attitudes, the ability to coach players at varying ability levels, planning and delegation skills, and the ability to collaborate with team leadership and the rest of the coaching staff.

Going on our 37th year, the Furies boast a long history of commitment, dedication, and excellence. Currently the Furies field two competitive sides – a Women’s Premier League (WPL) side and a growing Division II side. The Furies’ Division II team is only in its second year, which provides a great opportunity for a motivated coach to put a stamp on a new and developing program and to work with driven players who are eager to grow their talents and abilities. The Division II coaches are responsible for communicating and executing the game plan, working with the selection committee and the coaching staff, developing players, and helping to foster team spirit and culture.  You will be joining two WPL coaches and a Division II coach to complete our coaching staff.

Practices are twice a week in DC and Division II games are generally on Saturdays in the Mid-Atlantic region.  The team is committed to attracting top coaching talent and does many fundraiser activities to support the team’s expenses, some of which include coaching costs. In addition to more tangible benefits, the Furies also offer a wonderful and unique community to which we look forward to welcoming you. Please email Emma Clark, Furies Coaching Committee Chair, at emmaclark265@gmail.com, if you are interested in applying for this position.

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