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AFC Fylde

AFC Fylde

Women's First Team Manager

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posting Date

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England

First Team

Jan 3, 2024

ROLE DESCRIPTION

AFC Fylde | Women’s First Team Manager | Based at Mill Farm Stadium | £11,465 | Minimum of 21 hours per week | plus great company benefits.

Join AFC Women as the First Team Manager!

Do you have a UEFA A Licence and experience working with elite female football players and developing young players?

Look no further! AFC Fylde is seeking a First Team Manager for their women’s team based at Mill Farm Stadium, this part-time role is an essential part of our aspirations for promotion.

You will be responsible for leading and developing the AFC Fylde Women’s team by recruiting a playing squad within the allocated budget, delivering high-quality coaching sessions and preparing and leading all First Team matches.

Main Duties

– Create a successful, elite culture that maximises the talent of each player and team performance

– Create an annual performance and training plan for both pre-season and mid-season

– Develop and oversee continuous professional development programmes including a comprehensive mentoring strategy for coaches and players

– Create annual performance, training and operational plans including off-season, pre-season and mid-season

– Attend all first-team fixtures

– Work with AFC Fylde Women Development Squad to develop a pathway for young players to progress to the first team

– Represent AFC Fylde Women’s team in the media and at public events

– Ensure the Club adheres to FA Rules and Regulations and competition rules

– Build positive relations with the FA, County FA and key England International Staff

Essential

– Minimum of two years experience in a similar role

– Within a 40 min commute with a full UK driving licence

– Detailed understanding of the FA Women’s Pyramid

– Strong existing relations within the Women’s Pyramid

– Experience of working with elite female players and developing young players

– To have an understanding of high-performance football and the ability to create optimum development environments for players

– Proven experience in designing successful football development programmes

– Ability to work within a budget

– Be able to work as a team using your initiative

– Be flexible and be a positive advocate and role model for the development of women’s football at an elite level

– UEFA A Licence (minimum)

– FA Advanced Youth Award

– FA Safeguarding Children Certification

– DBS Clearance FA Level 2 Emergency First Aid in Football

To apply for this role, please email.

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