Academy Youth Development Phase Coach
Lincoln City FC
Lincoln, United Kingdom
Job Role Summary
|Job Title||Academy Youth Development Phase Coach|
|Location||Lincoln, United Kingdom, Europe|
|Function||Coaching & Performance — Academy|
|Employment Terms||Permanent, Full Time|
|Closing Date||Applications must be submitted by Friday, 30th July 2021 at 6:00pm|
Job Role Details
Lincoln City Football Club is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, forward thinking player developer with a primary focus of working with players in the Youth Development Phase Age Groups.
Reporting to the Head of Academy Coaching, the successful candidate will be tasked with planning, delivering and evaluating coaching sessions and fixtures across the Youth Development Phase alongside wider holistic development activities of the Academy.
With outstanding communication, empathy and interpersonal skills, the successful candidate will be able to coach through a long term player development lens and put the needs of the players first in order for them to thrive in conjunction with bespoke individual development plans.
- UEFA B License
- The FA Youth Award
- Knowledge & Understanding of the PMA
- BFAS/EFAiF First Aid qualified
- UEFA A Licence
- The FA Advanced Youth Award (12-16)
- MIDAS D1 driving licence
All candidates will be subject to enhanced DBS checks in conjunction with the clubs Safer Recruitment policy.
Please complete the Application Form and attach with your cv to firstname.lastname@example.org (Lee Moran) to apply.
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