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Academy Vacancy

Club seeks Lead Youth Development Phase Coach

4 January 2022

Oxford United Academy are looking to recruit the right person to be their Lead Youth Development Phase Coach.

Responsible to the Academy Manager, the successful applicant will be responsible for the Academy's Youth Development Phase (12-16s) programme, in line with the club’s Academy Philosophy and the Academy Performance Plan, ensuring the core KPI’s of EPPP are effectively measured, assessed and achieved within the Phase in line with the new Audit process.

The role will involve managing the delivery of the coaching programme within the phase as well as all aspects of player development.

Applicants will require the UEFA A Licence (or be working towards it), have experience of working in a Cat 1/Cat 2 Academy and preferrably be based close to Oxford

The full job description is available here: Oxford United Lead Youth Development Phase Coach - Job description 2022.pdf

Applying for the Role
Please send a covering letter and CV detailing your experience and suitability for the role, along with the names of two industry referees who you would be happy for us to contact within your application.

Applications by email to Academy Manager Dan Harris by email – dharris@oufc.co.uk

Closing date for applications is 5.00pm on Friday 14th January 2022

 

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