China ClubFootball is China's biggest grassroots football provider, and a licensed joint-venture.
Established to promote and develop grassroots football in China, ClubFootball operates grassroots coaching programmes for Chinese and international children in Beijing, as well as leagues, competitions and events for men, women and corporate clients.
ClubFootball also provides an on-the-ground presence in China for a variety of project partners including the Premier League, Manchester City and British Council.
China ClubFootball has the following opportunities available:
Sunday, 18 January 2015
Total Soccer Centres are looking to employ coaches to work in the Preston area. Roles would include running training sessions and coaching teams within structured leagues.
Successful candidates may also be invited to work on holiday schemes programmes which run across various sites in the area. Coaches will possess the following qualities:
- Outgoing personality with a passion for football
- Fantastic personal skillsStrong time-keeping and organisation
- Experience of working in grassroots football
- Outstanding professional appearance
- FA qualified to either level 1, 2 or 3
- Own transportation
- Experience of delivering 6 week schemes of work
- Committed to improving standards
- Experience in promotion and marketing
- Good planning skills
- Driving licence
For an application form please email Michael O’Neill.
Total soccer centres are a successful sports based organisation that delivers to around 250 children per weekend. In addition to weekly sessions we also run after school clubs, holiday schemes, PPA cover in primary schools and run grassroots tournaments.
A number of previous coaches have gone on to secure work within professional clubs. In addition, around 5 players per season are scouted and signed from our weekly sessions.
Saturday, 17 January 2015
They are looking for highly organised, reliable and adaptable people who enjoy working with children aged 2-7 - patience is another key skill!
A rugby background and previous coaching experience is useful but by no means essential - training is provided.
Assistant Coaches that work for a minimum of 30 hours, and display reliability and ability, would receive positive references, a contribution to funding CPD courses of their choice and the possibility of training to be a Lead Coach.
If interested please email your CV, and a paragraph or two outlining why you think you would be particularly suitable for this role, to Ian Mehta.