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TALENT ID CENTRE COACHES

16 November 2016

Talent ID Centre Coaches

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club is now recruiting for part-time Talent ID Centre Coaches to join our category one status academy coaching team.

We are looking for highly motivated and passionate coaches to work at our established Talent ID Centre in Whytleafe and newly opening centre in London.

These roles will be responsible for coaching football sessions and leading matches for players’ recruited by the BHAFC scouting network between the ages of 6-13 years old.

Successful candidates will also be required to support the management of the players coming in and out of the centres by reporting on their performance and communicating this to the Talent ID Centre Coordinator.

Candidates must have a minimum of an FA Level 2 in Coaching Football qualification and must be a member of the FA Licenced Coaches’ Club. Candidates must have experience of working with a variety of young people and experience of planning and delivering football coaching sessions.

Preferably, successful candidates will have experience in player recruitment and talent identification. Candidates will possess a proactive attitude and have the ability to work calmly under pressure whilst demonstrating high quality coaching skills.

Candidates must be flexible with regards to working hours, to include some weekends and evening working, and must hold a high level of confidentiality.

To read our job description and person specification for these roles, please click here.  

To apply, please email your CV and a covering letter to steph.king@bhafc.co.uk. Please also include a completed equal opportunities form. To download the equal opportunities form, please click here

All applicants MUST outline their preferred location (London or Whytleafe) in the title of their email and within their covering letter.

Closing date for applications: 5pm Sunday 11th December 2016

BHAFC / AITC are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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