Each year, USA Field Hockey hires more than 500 dedicated, qualified coaches to help run programming including the Futures Program, AAU Junior Olympic Games, Junior High Performance and more. To be eligible to apply, a minimum of a Level 1 Certification and current USA Field Hockey Coach Membership is required for all positions, and some positions required a Level 2 Certification plus recent coaching experience.

Thank you to all our current coach members who work diligently to provide playing and development opportunities for athletes in the United States.

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As the sport of field hockey continues to grow, so does the need for qualified coaches. School and clubs across the country are often looking for paid and volunteer coaches to help grow the game and improve their programming. If you are looking for a field hockey coach, please send the full job description along with the application process (URL to apply), contact information and application deadline to USA Field Hockey will post jobs on the website for a limited time.

O'Connell High School| Varsity Field Hockey Coach | Arlington, Va.
O'Connell High School is seeking a Varsity Field Hockey Coach. Coach should be an exceptional leader who can run a top level program that is in line with the mission of the school.  Candidates should have experience in coaching the sport, be an excellent teacher of the game, have strong organizational and communication skills, be able to implement their vision for the program, help with college placement, and be able to connect with the youth community. Candidates should send their resume and cover letter to Athletic Director, Joe Wootten, or call 703-929-8902.

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy | Upper School Field Hockey Coach | Philadelphia, Pa.
Status: Part-Time
Reports to: Athletic Director

The successful candidate will be a coach that is willing to develop our scholar-athletes while demonstrating strong character, professionalism, relational skills and be a positive role model appropriately utilizing the platform of their sport.

Essential Functions:

  • Organizes tryouts and all practices.

  • Helps players understand the program objectives.

  • Communicates clear expectations to the players and parents.

  • Represents the school in a manner that exhibits and promotes SCH’s mission.

  • Develops positive, productive relationships with the entire SCH community.

  • Keeps accurate attendance records.

  • Keeps Athletic Director informed of problems and/or concerns.

  • Responsible for the recruitment of viable student athletes to the school.

  • Assists student athletes wishing to play at the collegiate level.

  • Attends SCH Athletic Open House.

  • Attends all league meetings.

  • Attends Sports Awards Assembly.

  • Represents the school in a manner

  • Other duties as assigned.



  • Previous high school/travel club/college coaching experience.

  • Expertise, understanding and passion for the game.

  • Proven dedication to and experience in working with children.

  • Strong desire to contribute to the growth of the program.

  • Positive role model, mentor, and teacher of the game.

  • Provide instruction to instill a strong work ethic, responsibility, teamwork, sportsmanship, self-discipline, leadership, and self-confidence in players.

Physical Requirements and Work Environment:

  • Must be available for all practices and competitions during the coaching season.

  • Must be able to deal with a diverse array of contacts.

  • Must be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs.

Application Procedures: 
Interested candidates, please e-mail a resume detailing educational, professional, coaching, and athletic experience, a cover letter discussing your interest in the position and contact information for three professional references to