Assistant Lead Youth Development Coach

Assistant Lead Youth Development Coach

Website West Bromwich Albion Football Club

– Salary: “Dependent Upon Experience”
– Hours: 37.5 hours per week
– Closing Date: 4/04/2019
– Job Role: Assistant Lead Youth Development Coach

West Bromwich Albion FC is looking to appoint a Youth Development Coach for the U12-U16 Youth Development Phase. The role requires an experienced coach to assist the Lead Youth Development Phase coach with a particular focus on leading and managing the U12-U14 age groups. This would include the management of their school release programmes in conjunction with the Head of Education and the Lead Youth Development Phase Coach. The role requires an individual who is able to absorb our Coaching and Match Day Philosophy as well as our Coaching Curriculum and deliver this effectively to the players and staff alike. It is preferred but not essential that the individual has
experience of working with players at this age range.

The role will be based at our Academy Facility at Halfords Lane, West Bromwich. The successful applicant is expected to be computer literate and will also be expected to manage and provide information for the Performance Management Application and to maintain and update the Players Performance Clock. A thorough understanding of the requirements of the EPPP for this phase is essential.

You will also be expected to provide support and assistance when necessary to other departments in the Academy, being part of an integrated Multi-Disciplinary environment is essential to our culture. A key requirement to the role is having a dedicated and flexible approach.

The successful candidate will be expected to devote themselves to their continuous professional development which will be delivered internally and also provided externally by the FA, Premier League and other relevant training bodies.

Perspective Candidates will hold an UEFA A Coaching Licence (or working towards completion), an F.A. Youth Award as well as working towards the FA Youth Advanced Award and have experience of working with elite players preferably within this age range.

Applicants will be subject to meeting all requirements of our Children’s Safeguarding Policy and a DBS Check. They must also hold a valid driving licence.

Successful Applicants will need:
UEFA A Licence (or working towards completing in next 6 months)
FA Youth Award
Experience of working with Elite Players
Computer Literacy
Valid Driving Licence
Excellent Communication, Organisation and Management skills.

WBA Football Club is committed to the principle of equal opportunity and that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, ethnic and national origin, disability or gender reassignment.

West Bromwich Albion Football Club are committed to ensuring that all children, young people and adults at risk who we engage with are safe and free from harm. The Footballclub will follow safer recruitment guidelines as set out by the Premier League, EFL and Football Association in the recruitment of any role at the football club.

The Football club will ensure that all employees are safeguarding aware and shall seek to ensure the safeguarding policies of the football club which can be accessed via the club web site are adhered to. Roles at the football club may require the applicant to undertake Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service checks.

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