Find Your Role As A Coach
Oxford University Association Football Club - Women's First Team Coach Wanted
Oxford University Association Football Club (OUAFC) are looking for an FA-qualified coach for the women's first team for the upcoming season, commencing October 2020. We are a highly competitive squad currently playing in the BUCS Midlands 2A league, and are looking for a skilled coach to develop the team.
The successful candidate would be expected to hold 2-3 sessions per week and be available on Wednesdays for matches across the Midlands area.
If interested, or for more information, please email Alice Nichols (first team captain) at email@example.com
Launton Ladies & Girls Football Club - Coach Wanted
Launton Ladies & Girls Football Club, based in Bicester, are looking for a FA-qualified coach to coach their ladies' first team next season.
There is a core squad already and also introducing this seasons U16 to the squad for 2020-2021, so ideally looking for some with an interest in developing these young ladies into our first team.
We currently play in the TVCWL Division 3.
For further discussion and information, contact Claire Finn on 07540 013105- added 19 June 2020
Oxford Brookes University Women's Football Club - Seconds Coach
Oxford Brookes University Women’s Football Club are currently in search of a volunteer coach for our seconds squad for the upcoming season that plays in the Midlands BUCS League, starting from September 2020 to March 2021.
Our seconds squad made it to their first year playing in the BUCS 4th Division last year, placing 4th overall. Our club, in all, is expanding, and there is great opportunity for our seconds team to develop in the right direction. Training is hosted on Monday nights from 7-9pm and matches are on Wednesdays.
If interested, please email Daisy Nielsen for any further questions on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Role Details: Join the Oxford United Boys Academy Staff
OUFC are looking to appoint a number of new part-time coaches for our Boys Academy Programme. This is an exciting time for the Academy with a number of changes that will see us moving forward as we look to provide a development platform for the best young players in Oxfordshire.
If you are an ambitious and hard-working Level 2 or above coach with a passion for "investing into the lives of young footballers" then get in touch with us to discuss the role or visit www.oufc.co.uk/club/information/ for the full job description and details.
Contact Details: Dan Harris via email@example.com for more information.
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