Senior Head Coach (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 13, 2017
SSS is a good company if you are trying to get a job at a young age but as you get older into the job you see more of the dark side of SSS in its back room staff and management. Most of the workers that are in the office and not on the field coaching do not care about the livelihood of there employees.
Coach (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – July 12, 2017
Super Soccer Stars for me is a great opportunity to get myself into the coaching and management areas of soccer. We take the time to help coaches learn new management skills in a positive environment. The only criticism I can give is a lack of schedule and understanding of personal emergencies. But overall the management and staff are amazing. I would highly recommend the experience.
Since I found this job, I fell in love with the structure of the classes, my coworkers and the in-house chemistry. We are here to learn and grow and we are here to teach and let others grow. Well paid in case you excel and prove you are the right one for the job. Many coworkers jumped from coaching to office positions with benefits. Friendly environment to learn and give to the program.
Working Environment, Culture, Work more and get more.
Coach (part-time) (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – June 28, 2017
Youth soccer coach - training is paid and sets coaches up for success. Total autonomy and independence once initial training hurdles are completed. The office provides poor customer service to the customers - parents - so the parents are often asking coaches all of the questions and for help. They do not get help from the office.
Marketing & Operations (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 15, 2017
The company has great potential. The office staff and coaches are incredible people who do inspiring work. The technical soccer programming, the product, is quality as well. Unfortunately, all of this potential is unrealized because of senior management, who have much to learn in terms of leadership.
Full Time Employee (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 23, 2017
Everyone in the NYC office is great to work with but there is a huge gap between Upper Management and all other employees. Communication is not clear and has caused a large turnover rate over the years.
Soccer Coach (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – March 14, 2016
i enjoy working with SSS, great people, great and many opportunities to grow. the only downfall is the pay. Unfortunately its a monthly pay, so the more classes you have the better. No benefits, unless you are in office position.
Junior assistant coach (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 5, 2015
This is one of the best Soccer caching companies. I enjoy working for them. All the coaches, I've had the pleasure to assist, are fun and very dedicated to the core values of the company. I am positive that the company will grow and create more job opportunities for coaches. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing players gain confidence in themselves. Some of the kids start out shy, but by the end of the program, their confidence blossoms and they will be kicking the ball along with their teammates. I really enjoy seeing that.
Training on how to work with young children. friendly environment.
Head Coach (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 31, 2015
A typical day is filled with energy and laughter. I've learned how to be patient with children and to better communicate with them. The management of the company are top class and have a hands on approach. My co-workers are great people who love playing soccer and teaching it to the upcoming generation. The hardest part of my job is being able spend more time with kids to teach them everything I know about the game. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the smiles and witness the joy you bring to the lives of the kids you coach.
Coach (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 22, 2015
A typical day consists of working with other high energized and more experts in soccer than myself. I learn a lot of soccer skills. This job is about having fun and making sure the children are having fun
Coach (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – February 23, 2015
A day at work is very professional but also very fun. You have to make sure that every week the kids are making progress with their soccer knowledge and skills. However you also have to make sure that every player is having fun.