Varsity Girls Soccer Coach

Whitestown, IN

Are you looking to join an exceptional team while making a meaningful, lifelong impact in the lives of students? Traders Point Christian Schools (TPCS), located on the northwest side of Indianapolis is seeking candidates for Varsity Girls Soccer Coach. 

Located in Whitestown, the fastest growing community in Indiana, TPCS is a fully accredited (ACSI) school serving over 620 students, ages 18 months - 12th grade, from six diverse central Indiana counties. Located on a 25-acre campus, TPCS is training scholars, making disciples and graduating leaders. 

TPCS has held four ribbon cutting ceremonies over the past 5 years commemorating their growth. A state of the art high school with athletic turf, Witham Field, opened its doors in 2017. In 2019, the Reed Athletic Center for strength and conditioning was completed along with the addition of seven new classrooms and in 2020, TPCS expanded once again with a 14,000 sq ft junior high addition.To meet the needs of an ever growing community, TPCS has received a seven-figure private investment to increase academic rigor. 

TPCS believes leading students to excellence will require an investment in exceptional faculty and staff and is positioned and prepared to attract top performers. Head of School, Mr. Paul Williams, says it best, “we want to be a destination for excellence when it comes to our faculty and staff, therefore we are committed to finding and retaining the best.”

The next Varsity Girls Soccer Coach will understand the unique opportunity and embrace the challenge of building a healthy, Christ-centered school with a focus on growing academic excellence while making an eternal impact in the lives of students. 


Varsity Girls Soccer Coach


The Varsity Girls Soccer Coach will report to the Athletic Director


All applicants should agree and abide by our Athletic Purpose Statement, which reads: 

Traders Point Christian Schools is committed to developing and maintaining an athletic program that is Christ centered, comprehensive, competitive and allows each athlete a unique venue to be a witness for Christ by using his or her God given talent to move and play. 


 Educational and Experience Requirements:

Candidates must be professing and maturing Christians enthusiastically supporting the School’s statement of faith and mission statements.  The ideal candidate should have previous High School or Collegiate coaching and/or playing experience in soccer, be passionate about overseeing and building a program, and possess knowledge of IHSAA rules and procedures. Experience in constructing/maintaining a soccer field, and key relationships to put together a full coaching staff are also highly valued. Open teaching positions possible. 

 Qualifying Characteristics:

The coach has a clearly biblical testimony of salvation with an authentic and a mature personal relationship with Jesus Christ in both their professional and personal life with a calling and commitment to Christian education. The ideal coach must have the desire to work closely and nurture a positive relationship with students, parents, coaches, staff, school administrators and community members. The coach must demonstrate respect for all students and community members. The ability to exercise good judgment, set a good example and comply with school standards is a must. As an employee at TPCS, you are expected to instruct and model important religious functions that include Bible instruction, prayer, participation in weekly chapels, and other religious duties. At TPCS, your role involves a pastoral element whereby through example and direct instruction, you are acting as a minister of our Christian faith.


  • Develop appropriate skill building opportunities for each developmental level.

  • Participate collegially in meetings and initiatives of the athletics department

  • Take an active role in the life of the school community, especially the co-curricular events of students

  • Other duties as directed by the athletic director within the scope of experience and competence to complement the coaching role.