Football Development Officer Job Vacancy
Wath Comprehensive School
Football Development Officer
Band G - £23,398 - £25,951 pa
37 hours per week
We require an energetic, enthusiastic and proactive Football Development Officer who will work on behalf of Wath Comprehensive School to lead all aspects of the football scholarship programme and work in conjunction with the Maltby Learning Trust/Sheffield FC. The main purpose of this new role is to help develop and deliver a high quality provision for talented footballers. It is essential that the Football Development Officer is able to plan and deliver an outstanding football experience that includes a comprehensive programme of specialist training/coaching.
A key aim in the first instance will be to lead the identification and recruitment of talented footballers that fit with the school’s ethos and academic philosophy.
FA Coaching Licence (minimum L3/UEFA B) is essential.
PLEASE NOTE we operate Safer Recruitment and we do not accept CVs or CV attachments. All applicants must complete an application form in full. Feedback will only be given at interview level, not on application forms. All appointments are subject to the receipt of satisfactory references.
This post involves working with children and therefore if successful you will be required to apply for a disclosure of criminal records at an enhanced level. Further information about the Disclosure Scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check
Closing date: 12.30pm on Monday 27 November 2017
Application forms and further details are available from the school website at http://www.wcs.rotherham.sch.uk or by sending a large stamped addressed envelope for the attention of Miss R Price to Wath Comprehensive School, Sandygate, Wath-Upon-Dearne, Rotherham, S63 7NW. Tel 01709 760222.
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