To work within a team to help player development. You will deliver high quality coaching session on weekly bases including games.
Two sessions plus one game, unless you are working with two teams then your time will double.
Coaches should have the ability to:
Make things FUN.
Use time efficiently and effectively
Develop an appropriate level of technical knowledge
Observe and analyse skills and make improvements
Make use of appropriate equipment and adapt if necessary
Evaluate all coaching sessions
Duties and responsibilities
Work closely with lead phase coaches.
To plan, prepare, deliver, and evaluate the coaching programme to develop the young players.
(Lead Coach) Provide support and advice to the assistant coaches and helpers within the coaching team.
Keep an up-to-date record of the register of players.
Be responsible for all equipment given to you.
Brief all helpers, assistant coaches, and players on the aims of the session and the purpose of each activity.
Follow and implement the Academy Philosophy
Must have minimum Level 2 /UEFA C in football coaching or working towards it.
Desirable, Level 3/UEFA B
Attend in house training and CPD workshops.
Demonstration of strong knowledge and teaching of the game of football, including technical, tactical, psychological, social, and fitness-related components, as appropriate for the age group.
Demonstration of high standards of professionalism and ethical behaviour.
Sportsmanship, self-control, and composure at all practices and games.
Provide each player with individualised written feedback twice per year: once in late October and the second one by March.
Players also receive continues one-on-one on field feedback during training sessions and games.
Attend all staff monthly meetings (unless exceptional circumstances apply).
The coach is responsible for finding a qualified replacement for games they cannot attend.
Punctuality and promptness at training sessions and games; below is the recommended time to arrive before the sessions starts: Games: 60mins / Training: 30mins
Ensure all players are wearing the correct uniform at training and games.
Clear communication with parents at least once per month during times when your team is in season. Your communications can provide team progress reports and/or outline your goals and objectives for the team.
Text PARENTS for all correspondence to do with games, training, Academy news etc.
What’s in it for you?
A chance to join a progressive organisation that will assist you on your journey, as several former coaches have progressed into securing employment with professional clubs and national teams such as England Mens Football team and Luton Town FC.
Work alongside a high-quality delivery team, determined to use the positive power of sport, physical activity and learning for social good.
CDP at Professional Clubs such as Liverpool FC
Opportunity to benefit from a range of training and development opportunities
Friendly working environment
Premier League and EFL Match Tickets
England Mens Football Tickets
R Eleven sportswear uniform including full tracksuit, padded bench jacket, t-shirt etc.
Sports equipment bag, such as balls, cones etc.