Find Your Role As A Coach
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Role Details: The Oxford University Women’s Blues and Furies are both looking for a new coach for the upcoming 2018/19 season.
The ideal candidates will have:
• FA Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Football
• Coaching experience, preferably at an open-age level
• Passion and enthusiasm for the game
• Good tactical knowledge and ability to implement improvements based on match performance
• A way of getting to away matches (can be as far as Nottingham)
• Availability for two training sessions and one match a week during term time:
o Training times are negotiable
o Games are 1.30pm – 4.00pm Wednesday (earlier when playing away)
• Excellent team work skills in order to work with each other
The Blues Team currently play in the BUCS Midlands 1A Division, and have won Varsity four times in a row. We had a strong season last year, with a largely new team, winning the League and reaching the final of the BUCS Cup. The Furies also won their varsity and are in the Midlands 3B Division. Our committee is entirely student-run, and we are all driven to push on next season. We are also offering excellent pay - £25/training session and £45/match.
Contact Details: To apply, please send a CV to email@example.com before the 30th June.
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