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A chance to work with Oxford United in the community

9 July 2021

Oxford United in the Community is recruiting a full time Community Coach to support the charity’s growing activities across Oxfordshire.

Oxford United in the Community is looking to develop its full-time team further.

The charity is looking for an ambitious, energetic, committed, and qualified football coach to support its growing list of community programmes in line with its new strategy ‘Oxfordshire – A Community United’.

This key role will help drive the success of the Premier League Primary Stars programme, which is expanding in the north of the county and via the charity’s hub in central Oxford and taking forward the charity’s centralised and partner-based holiday courses. They will also support social action projects which positively impact local communities.

Chris Lowes, Head of the Charity, said: “It’s an exciting time for Oxford United in the Community as we ramp up our scale of social impact programmes across the county.

“Being a community coach is a fantastic opportunity for someone to have a positive impact on our work and help inspire local people to lead happier and healthier lives while building a great career path for themselves.

“We’re very fortunate to have formed strong partnerships with regional organisations and charities to help us realise our ambition of providing everyone living in Oxfordshire with a positive connection with the football club.

“We look forward to hearing from applicants interested in the role.” To apply for this role, please see the full job description here Applicants should send their CV and a cover letter to community@oufc.co.uk

The deadline for applications is Monday 19th July at 12 midday.

Oxford United in the Community helps inspire people to live happier and healthier lives in better connected communities using the power of football. Last year it engaged with over 2,500 people in Oxfordshire. For further information, you can visit the charity’s new website: Oxford United in the Community.


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