Tottenham Hotspur is a world famous football club based in North London. Off the pitch, the Club has a strong and successful business model centered around building a platform for long-term success, including our new world-class stadium.
The Club operates out of multiple facilities, including a world-class Training Centre/ Lilywhite House
The position will involve match-day work so candidates should be willing and able to work over weekends and/or Bank Holidays.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club welcomes applications from anyone regardless of age, disability, race, colour or ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
The successful applicant will be the Lead Coach of a team within the Junior Talent Programme for Tottenham Hotspur Women. They will be required to work with other coaches and colleagues to help deliver the programme on a week to week basis.
The lead coach will have an input to player selection and work with assistant coaches and the Junior Talent Programme Management Team on players participation within the programme.
They will be required to deliver the Club’s coaching philosophy to their specific age group and help shape future player to progress through the Player Pathway.
Ensure compliance with all the Policies and Procedures contained within the Staff Handbook, paying regard to the Equal Opportunities Policy and Health & Safety Policy and procedures at all times.
To be present at all Technical Training Sessions and Fixtures for age group
To work with the multidisciplinary team (Assistant Coach, Goalkeeping Coach, Medical, S&C coach and other support staff) to design all technical training sessions and coordinate match day preparations, whilst working towards the clubs methodology for player development as agreed by the Head of Coaching.
Delivering sessions in which you have planned with your coaching and support staff.
Raise any safeguarding concerns to the club immediately.
Provide basic first aid to players when no medical provision is present (away games).
Develop, schedule and deliver Individual Development Plans (IDPs) and reviews with players.
To work with assistant coaches and Head of Coaching to provide regular player reviews.
To be available as a first point of contact for parents regarding any footballing concerns directly with age group.
To keep an up to date register of all players attendance and to inform medical team of any injuries.
To provide equal opportunity to all players within the programme.
Ensuring your training sessions align with the Club’s coaching philosophy.
Thinks ahead, generates innovative ideas
Values & respects others, builds relationships, collaborates
Gets things done, delivers to highest of standards, takes responsibility
Presentable and approachable
Empathy with others concerns
Inquisitive, with an eye for detail if required
Being an active member a team and supporting others
Attention to detail and treating sensitive information in confidence
Skills & Experience
FA Criminal Records Check
FA Certificate in Safeguarding Children
FA Emergency Aid
Coaching in football
Minimum of Level 3 Coaching Qualification (or able to obtain Qualification within 12 months)
Experience of working within Performance Sport
Working with children or vulnerable adults
If your role is not here or you are unsure which DBS check to list, please check with Safeguarding.
Closing date: 29 Jul 2021