Cambridge United Academy are hiring an U15s Head Coach...
- Lead the U15s age group and create a challenging and supportive coaching environment that gives players the best to opportunity to succeed both on and off the pitch.
- Ensure the Academy coaching philosophy and values are adhered to by coaches, players and parents
- Ensure the Coaching Curriculum and Coaching Methodology is implemented
- Ensure sessions and fixtures are updated on the PMA
- Communicate effectively with the Youth Development Phase Lead and other supporting staff
- Plan, execute and review coaching sessions for the U15s Age Group
- Plan and deliver training sessions in line with EPPP criteria, club policy and which fulfils the criteria set out in the Academy coaching and playing philosophy
- Assist in the monitoring of players in training and in match performances
- Undertake personal CPD as appropriate to meet the demands of the role
- Support 6–12-week player reviews and participate in parent and player meetings
- Work alongside the Head of Coaching to develop your coaching and personal professional development
- Work with players in the Youth Development Phase on a regular basis and assist in facilitating sessions and games in this phase
- Attend coaching meetings to support your continuous professional development
A UEFA B License and FA Youth Modules qualifications are essential, with a UEFA A License desired.
The closing date for applications is Friday 21 July 2023.
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