Find Your Role As A Coach
Headington Ladies FC - Manager/Coach Wanted
Headington Ladies FC is looking for a Manager/Coach for the remainder of the 20/21 season.
We would love to welcome a passionate and driven person to help us grow and develop as a team.
We are a friendly, talented, and ambitious group of ladies (aged 18+) who train on Wednesdays 7-9 pm at the Oxford Academy, OX4 6JZ, and will be competing in matches on Sundays in the Thames Valley Women's League.
If you are interested or would like more information please get in contact with Louise at email@example.com or on 07737325909
Witney Viking Warriors U12s - Coach Wanted
Level 1 (or above) coach required for team playing in Witney and District League.
Training Thursday night in Witney, matches Saturday mornings.
Even short term help welcomed.
Contact Gabbie on 07887673871 if interested or can help in anyway.
- added 12 October 2020
Oxford United - Academy Goalkeeper Coach
Oxford United's Boys EPPP Academy are looking to add to their existing team with the addition of a new part time Academy Goalkeeping Coach working for 15 hours a week rising to 25, within our U7s-U18s programme.
Reporting directly into the Academy Manager, prospective candidates will be joining Oxford United at an exciting time in the club’s history
Please CLICK HERE for further details regarding this role.
Applications should be made by email to Les Taylor on firstname.lastname@example.org and should include:
An up-to-date CV including details of all relevant qualifications and experience.
Details of two references, one of whom must have had experience in an Elite Sporting environment.
Further details regarding the role including details of the renumeration package, working hours and benefits can be obtained from Les Taylor.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to deliver a practical session with our young goalkeepers as part of the interview process.
Oxford United Football Club is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to equality of opportunity within our own organisation, and to encourage a similar commitment from every other organisation we deal with.
The EFL and Premier League have introduced positive action measures aimed at tackling the underrepresentation of coaches and managers and staff from Black, Asian and Minority Ethic (BAME) backgrounds within professional football. Here at Oxford United we are committed to exceeding these new requirements and, as a result, will shortlist at least one suitably qualified BAME candidate (where an application has been received) for all full-time roles within our Academy. All candidates will be required to provide proof of all relevant certificates and qualifications and this post will also be subject to an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Proud History: Bright Future
- added 7 August 2020
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
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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- Help others to be the best they can be whilst, importantly, helping them have fun
- Stay involved in football following injury or retirement
- Play a huge part in helping people develop through the game
- Gain recognised qualifications and experience
- Pass on the benefit of your experience, your skills and knowledge of the game