Last updated 21/09/2022
Cambridge University Football Club
Ben Adam, the Men's president at CUAFC, and Cambridge University Football Club are currently looking for a coach for the upcoming season for the Men's Third team. They are not entered into a league, but the club usually arranges 5 or so fixtures a season against local universities and men's sides. The third team trains twice weekly with the rest of the club, in the afternoon or evening in the central Cambridge area. Looking for an entry level coach (probably Level 1 qualified/pursuing a Level 2 qualification) to coach the side from early October through to the end of the season in early March, on a volunteer basis. The coach would work alongside the First and Second team coaches to create a cohesive club identity, with players moving up and down between teams as necessary. Some of the sessions would be jointly coached by all three coaches, but often the teams will separate and the session would have to be planned and executed by the coach alone. If you are interested contact via email email@example.com or via mobile +447437 329418
Sawston United U15 Boys
Sawston are looking for an additional coach to help with training and games who is confident to lead parts of training and supporting other coaches. Other tasks would consist of setting up and clearing down at training and games where required.
We train on Wednesdays between 6:30-8pm at Lynton Way and play Saturday mornings.
If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wisbech St Mary Coaching Opportunity
Paul is waiting for his l2 project to be assessed and has 3 years’ experience leading senior women's teams.
Looking to move into the male side to add to his learning with the aim to improve both team and himself over the next season.
Please get in touch email@example.com
Hills Road Sixth Form College
Hills Road are looking for experienced part-time coaches (approximately six hours per week) to coach our college women’s football team. This involves working alongside a team of three other coaches, running pre-season trials, team coaching and selecting squads. The team plays in AoC Sport leagues and Cup and the U’19 English Schools. The team trains on Tuesdays between 11.30 and 13.30, and matches take place on Wednesday afternoons. Attendance sheets and records need to be kept.
The post is a fixed – term contract starting on September 5th and runs until May 31st. However, if the season extends into the summer term then payment will be made for these sessions.
The Sport Department at Hills Road Sixth Form College is highly successful. It works in a supportive environment which values academic as well as sporting excellence. There are three members of teaching staff delivering A level, four support staff and a further 12 part time staff that contribute to the delivery of the Enrichment programme/College sport. The College has a strong sporting tradition and runs very successful teams in all major games. Whilst striving for sporting excellence the Department fully supports sport equity and encourages all students, irrespective of gender and ability, to realise their full potential. The Department offers a wide variety of sporting activities as part of the Enrichment programme, so that the elite and social player are equally provided for.
If you are interested in this role, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fixed Term, Part-time
6 hours per week
£21.43 per hour (£4,800 p.a.)