Summer League Coordinator Position Description

The summer league coordinator is responsible for overall direction, management and coordination of the summer league season for one of the three nights of league play; Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.  The summer season typically begins in the second or third week of May and runs for 16 weeks, until finals, at the end of August, beginning of September. During the season, the League Coordinator should be accessible via email throughout the week and accessible via text or phone on the night they coordinate.

League coordinators should possess

  • Excellent organizational skills;
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Good analytical skills; and
  • Impeccable people management and conflict resolution skills.

League coordinator responsibilities include

Planning and Logistics

  • Informing captains and players of all matters pertaining to the league, including information about fields, game times, league policies, and other season logistics;
  • Ensuring a sufficient and even number of teams (e.g., 12, 14, or 16 teams), which may require recruiting teams and/or players to fill out the league;
  • Addressing inquiries from new and existing players about joining the league and connecting interested players with teams/captains looking for players;
  • Addressing captains’ concerns throughout the season, including issues related to Spirit of the Game, field conditions, league organization and team management;
  • Receiving, reviewing and taking appropriate and timely action with respect to Incident Reports;
  • Balancing the needs and concerns of the league, teams, captains, and players;
  • Performing other duties as assigned or required;


  • Maintaining communication with the League President, Operations Coordinator, and other key members of the PUL administration, including implementing Board direction;
  • Attending the Annual General Meeting and Captains’ Meeting;
  • Coordinating meetings with captains, as required;
  • Sitting on Membership Committee, which typically involves four meetings per year, plus weighing in on the occasional membership concern; and


  • Using Zuluru to rank teams, maintain schedule, monitor scores, allocate field space and track the season.