In a Nutshell…
Ferdinand Football Group Ltd (FFG) are looking for Youth Football Coaches to lead our FFG Academy Squads for the 2023/24 season. A fantastic opportunity for someone ambitious/enthusiastic and has a love for the beautiful game…
We have various opportunities for experienced and committed coaches to join us on seasonal contracts to manage an FFG Academy Squad PLUS lead Development classes around mid and south Essex for higher hourly contracts.
Let’s cut to the chase, what’s in it for you…
Location: Basildon & Surrounding areas (Essex)
Hours: Mondays from 5pm 1 hour+, Wednesdays from 5pm 1 hour+, Saturday fixtures.
+ Additional hours in Development classes
+ 5 Elite Camps (3 hour camps during school holidays)
+ 2 x seasonal parent evenings
Start Date: June/July 2023
Job Types: Part-time, seasonal contract tailored for the right person!
Pay: £15.00-£20.00 per hour
Uniform: Full FFG Tracksuit provided
Parking: Onsite (Free)
In return, what we would like from you…
- Work with our core company values
- Communication with children, parents/carers
- Available in the evenings
- reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (preferred)
- Work authorisation: United Kingdom (required)
- Minimum UEFA B License – Preferred
- First Aid (minimum IFiF level) – Essential
- Safeguarding – Essential
Finally, let’s tell you about us…
Ferdinand Football Group take a stand on equality for all; we promote ‘Everybody’s Game’.
We are committed to ensuring diversity and equality at every level of the company, and are fully opposed to any form of less favourable treatment or harassment. At FFG, every player is to feel welcome and enjoy their sessions in a positive and safe environment.
It is the role of every coach at FFG to create this environment for every player at every session, to ensure they leave each session having learnt something and enjoyed themselves. You are a role model to each child, on and off the pitch, therefore it is expected that you present yourself in a friendly and professional manner at all times, using constructive and engaging communication with both the children and their guardians.