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Haywards Heath Town FC

Haywards Heath Town FC

U18's Manager


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May 4, 2024


About the job
About us

Haywards Heath Town FC are proud to represent the Mid-Sussex community with over 20 teams across our men’s, women, and youth sections. Established in 1888, our senior men’s team play at step 5 in the Southern Combination Football League. Our senior women’s team play in the FA Women’s National League Division One South East. We have over 300 children playing from U7-U18 across our boys’ and girls’ teams. We are run by volunteers in the local community, for the community.

The Role

A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious, highly motivated coach with great attention to detail to join Haywards Heath Town FC as U18’s Men’s Manager.

The role of the U18’s Manager is fundamental to the long-term vision of Haywards Heath Town Football Club and the club’s strategic growth. The long-term vision of Haywards Heath Town FC is to be recognised as a club that champions the development of homegrown talent through elite player pathways, driven by our proud, passionate football community.

The U18’s Manager will be responsible for developing both the team and individuals technically and tactically as athletes who play football, through weekly coaching. The U18’s Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the team is competitive in the Southern Combination Football League.

We welcome applicants who are looking to further progress on their coaching journey and who are passionate about the development of emerging talent within the game.

This role is a voluntary position.

Key tasks/responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Lead all training and match day fixtures for Haywards Heath Town FC U18’s, aligned with the team’s overarching goals and objectives.
Implement high-performance coaching standards, game principles, game strategies and review processes.
Place a dedicated focus on player development, seeking both individual and team development.
Monitoring the transition of players through player pathway, working closely with the men’s first team manager.
Attend and represent the Club at League Competition, FA meetings and coach development events.
Demonstrate a forward-thinking approach to undertake self-development in all aspects of coaching and leadership.
Assemble coaching team and backroom staff


UEFA B licence is desirable
FA safeguarding children certificate

The successful applicant will work in close proximity with the Men’s First Team Manager, with a view to being able to progress within the role if future opportunities become available.
To apply for the role, please email -- expressing your interest.

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