Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust are seeking enthusiastic and committed part-time community football coaches to join our successful team.
Candidates must be flexible and able to work both independently and as part of a team; they must also be able to demonstrate a genuine interest and commitment to the development of grassroots sports programmes and must enjoy working with young people of all abilities.
As a community coach, you will assist in the teaching/coaching of a variety of client groups of varying ability. You will assist/lead the delivery of progressive and developmental programmes, maintain and update registers, check all equipment and ensure that a safe and comfortable environment is provided at all times. You must be able to work effectively with a variety of professional partners, parents and children and possess excellent communication skills.
Candidates must be able to show they already hold the following valid qualifications/certificates:
FA Emergency Aid Certificate (under 3-years-old)
FA Enhanced CRB Disclosure (under 3-years-old)
Minimum Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Football (Assistant Coaches)
FA Licence (within 3 months of qualification/start date)
Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Football preferable (essential for Lead Coaches)
Full driving licence and own transport highly desirable
Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust is an Equal Opportunities employer and supports continual professional development.
If you feel you have the necessary attributes to be a great community coach, and would like to join the team at Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust, please contact us on 01935 706671 or e-mail Roy O’Brien on ROBrien@ytfc.net