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Role Details: Chesterton Football Club has an opportunity arising for a Coach to manage a brand new U9 team for season 2018 / 2019. Ideally the person will have Level 1 FA coaching qualifications, Safeguarding and First Aid but no worries as training will be paid for by the Club for the right person. This will suit someone who would like to get in to Youth Football or would like a fresh challenge. The ideal candidate needs to be self-motivated and inspirational but there will be plenty of support available to help along the way. You will receive the full support from a well-established Youth Charter Standard Club.
Contact Details: Steve.Honey@OxfordshireFA.com
Role Details: The Oxford University Men’s 3rd XI are looking for a new coach for the upcoming 2018/19 season, with pre-season starting on the 23rd of September.
This role is an opportunity to coach a competitive team playing in a strong BUCS league, with the freedom to design and lead training sessions.
- Passion and knowledge for football
- Excellent communication skills
- The ability to adapt quickly and think on your feet
- Reliability with good organisation and time management skills
- Experience (FA coaching badges desirable but not compulsory)
- Determination and ambition to help the club push for its high targets
Demands of the Role:
- Three training sessions a week, with a Matchday on Wednesday
- Time required to analyse performances and plan sessions accordingly
What You’ll Get:
- Fantastic coaching experience at a high level
- The opportunity to work with some of the best footballers the university has to offer
- £150 to spend on OUAFC stash
- Up to £500 paid towards any ongoing coaching badges
Role Details: Tower Hill Football Club is run entirely by volunteers and the enthusiasm and dedication of our volunteers have led to the Club, not only achieving the FA Chartered Community Club Standard, the top standard a grassroots club can achieve, but in 2017 the Oxfordshire FA Chartered Community Club of the Year award.
To further develop the Club within the community and to become more sustainable, we are always looking for more like-minded volunteers to join our successful team.
There are many benefits to volunteering such as having fun, the positive feeling of having made a difference, learning and developing new skills, becoming part of a team and meeting new people, being active and improving health and wellbeing, building self-confidence, supporting the local community, gaining qualifications, and much more!
You may have a football background, or have other skills ideal for fulfilling development and support roles. Whatever your skill, and however much time you are able to commit, we would be grateful for your help. We are a friendly team and full support and training will be provided as required.
Examples of volunteering roles required include:
- Coaches / Assistant Coaches to assist in our teams / academies
- Club administration
- Club Development
- Event organisers
- Technology solutions (i.e. website, payment software)
In particular, we do need additional organisational support to ensure that our annual pre-season tournament in September can go ahead successfully. This is our flagship event of the year, and does require a separate team to manage and deliver it using a well-established plan.
If you wish to register an interest in volunteering or require more information please get in touch.
Role Details: Bloxham Football Club are looking for a mens 1st team Manager to start next season. We are a well structured village club with 1st, reserves and youth teams.
The team play at Jubilee park Bloxham within the Banbury District & Lord Jersey League on Saturday's.
You will be offered a warm welcome and lots of support. If interested please contact Jamie White, Chairman via the email below.
Contact Details: email@example.com
Role Details: Under 15 Manager for Deddington Town FC
We have a vacancy for an U15 Manager for Deddington Town FC as we prepare for the 2018/19 season. The team plays on Sundays in the Witney and District Youth Football League, and trains at Banbury Academy on Tuesday evenings from 19.30-20.30. We are looking for an experienced Manager with a minimum of Level 1 football coaching qualification.
Contact Details: If you are interested in this position, then please contact Roger Sykes, Development Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a 2-page application of your skills, knowledge and experience for this position by Friday 18 May 2018 at the latest. A job profile is available on request. For an informal discussion call Roger on 07899 914425.