Coach Development Officer (Women’s & Girls Football) – Nottingham

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  • Proposed Salary £28,331 £32,817 A Year
  • Career Level Managerial
  • Experience 2 Years
  • Gender Any
  • Industry Sports
  • Qualifications Associate Degree
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Job Description

Additional information: This post is offered on a fixed term basis until 30 September 2020 to cover maternity leave.

Successful. Confident. Ambitious. Innovative – just a few words that are used to describe us. Topped with our focus on award-winning research, professional expertise and strategic partnerships, we really do offer a great working environment for everyone.

We are extremely proud to have been named Modern University of the Year in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018. These achievements are testament to the passion, ideas and ambition of our workforce.

We recognise that our rise up the league tables is thanks to harnessing the creativity and talent of our people. Join us, at this exciting time and take your career to the next level too.

NTU Sport in collaboration with The University of Nottingham, Nottingham College and the Football Association, are seeking an accomplished individual to lead and drive the development of football coaches in the Nottingham region, working at both grassroots and the elite level of the women’s and girls’ game.

This role will drive collaboration between Nottingham Trent University, The University of Nottingham, Nottingham College, local football providers and the Nottinghamshire FA, to support the successful development of a creative & effective coach development programme to provide female players with consistent and fit for purpose coaching.

In addition, the role will develop the women’s and girl’s football offer across both institutions, with specific focus on developing the student workforce.

The ideal candidate will hold a UEFA B Coaching licence. They will have an understanding of the FA LTPD-4 corner model as well as a complete understanding of FA DNA, coaching and learning philosophies. A knowledge and understanding of the FA Women’s Football Strategy and National Game Strategy is essential.

The post will be employed by Nottingham Trent University, but as the project is a collaboration between the partners outlined above, the role will work across both sites.

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Interviews: Week Commencing 20th January 2020

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