-Prepare for games through practices, drills, film study and other sessions as directed by the team.
-Study and learn playbook, formations, and terminology for plays and offensive, defensive and specialized schemes
-Execute plays or defense as instructed or taught by coaches
-Perform techniques or functions consistent with position, such as quarterback, placekicker, linebacker, receive
-Observe league rules on personal conduct, including, but not limited to, domestic violence, theft, substance abuse, fraud, disorderly conduct, use of performance-enhancing
Job Essential Skills:
Athleticism. Depending on the position or play, an NGL player must be able to leap, jump, stretch arms or legs, spin and throw. Athletic skills also include speed, strength and the ability to squat and lift.
Decision-making. Offensive and defensive formations, or changes in them, and the quick pace of action often call for quick, split-second decisions. Quarterbacks may need to audible, or change plays, based on looks by the defense and call plays with diminishing time on the match or game clock.
Discipline. Unfocused or thoughtless actions, such as late hits, taunting, and false starts destroy good field position and momentum. Being disciplined also means sacrificing personal preferences for team goals, listening to coaches and avoiding reckless, criminal or improper conduct both on and off the field.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $2,500.00 /month
Hours per week: