We currently have an opportunity for goalkeeper coaches. This is a great opportunity for driven individuals who relish a challenge and are driven to succeed in a fast and innovative environment.
The part time Goalkeeper Development Centre Coach will deliver fun developmental sessions tailored to their environment and also be a part of the talent identification process for players.
This role is part time and includes evening work and the candidate must be flexible and adaptable to differing seasonal work patterns.
About The Company:
Leeds United Football Club is an English professional football club based in the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire, where we play at our fabulous stadium based on Elland Road, which has been the home of Leeds United since 1919 and remains one of English football's great theatres and is 'the only place for us' ever since. With a capacity of 37,890, it is England's 11th largest football ground in the Premier League.
Main Job Responsibilities:
Provide key support to our Head of Local 7-14 assessment of young players aged 7 -14 in local football including grassroots, schools, private academies.
To plan & deliver fun developmental sessions for players.
To work collectively with a team of staff to create a professional welcoming environment
To provide written player reports when required
Develop an internal knowledge of current LUFC Academy players
To contribute to any projects
Attend any CPD/meetings as directed by the Head of Local Recruitment
Promote a positive identity of LUFC to parents & players.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Working knowledge and coaching experience
FA level 1 in Coaching Football
Level 1 in Goalkeeper Caoaching
Use of technology
Strong communication and relationship building skills.
What we look for in a team member:
Strong interpersonal skills
Reliable, punctual & honest
Excellent communication skills
Positivity and objectiveness
Ability to use initiative and be creative
Ability to prioritise and manage time effectively
Confident and assertive
Ambition, passion and willingness to learn