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NEED A COACH? LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY AS A COACH?

Find the latest grassroots coaching opportunities here on our coaches' noticeboard. 

This is a free advertising noticeboard for Charter Standard Northamptonshire clubs who are looking to recruit new coaches. All notices are kept on the noticeboard for up to two months and we ask that any interested applicants make contact with the club directly by using the contact details in the listing. 

Coaching Opportunities:

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Brackley Town FC Player Development Centre Coach 

Location: Brackley Town FC with travel to home and away matches
Responsible to: Player Development Centre Manager
Purpose of post: To deliver practical football sessions in line with our club syllabus
Start date: August 2024

Responsible for:

  • The welfare of players within their designated age group
  • Providing high quality coaching and support
  • Delivering a training and games programme 

Key Skills and Experience required:

Essential:

  • Level 1 Certificate in Coaching football
  • Recognised First Aid Qualification
  • Knowledge and Understanding of Child Protection issues and hold current FA Safeguarding Children certificate
  • An accepted FA Disclosure and barring Service Disclosure (FA CRB)
  • An understanding of current FA Advanced Coaching Centre Structures
  • Knowledge and understanding of child development
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends
  • Own transport

Desirable:

  • Understanding of Long Term Player Development
  • Knowledge and understanding of working with young players
  • Ability to work in a team

If you are interested in this position, please send your CV with a Covering letter to andythompson@brackleytownfc.co.uk

- added 21st May 2024

TOVE VALLEY FC 

Tove Valley FC are Towcester's grassroots open aged club, who are happy to be able to offer a place for a new coach to join our volunteering team. We work with a lot of young adults to support them taking the step into adults football, and are determined to provide opportunities to disadvantaged players particularly through a partnership with the local Northamptonshire Care system.

As part of this partnership, we have formed a new National Lottery Community project for child migrants and children in care to get access to regular football training specifically to help them develop in areas that standard adult football training would overlook, with our players having had no formal football training before so having different player requirements however showing excellent behaviours and commitment to development.

As part of this project, we are looking to expand our team to recruit a head coach for this project to specifically work with these young adults with weekly training, supporting player development in conjunction with our other coaches and teams with the aim for them to progress to our open aged teams, and also with the ambition to enter a team for this training group into a league to get regular playing opportunities, with the focus on player development and no expectation of results.

As a supportive club, we are keen to get an enthusiastic and passionate coach involved for this rewarding project and become an integral part of our great club, aiding in your ambitions for coaching development through CPD, coaching courses, coach mentoring and internal coaching opportunities available within our club to meet your ambitions as a coach. 

If this project sounds like it may be of interest, please get in touch with us to find out more at enquiries@tovevalleyfc.co.uk

- added 15th March 2024

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Have you ever fancied yourself as a football coach? Think you could develop and motivate players?

Coaching provides a range of benefits, including:

- A way to give back to the game and local community

- Learning and re-learning leadership lessons

- Getting a good work out... and becoming a good role model

- The opportunity to develop new skills

- A chance to meet and make new friends

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