Vacancy - CWFA Girls Perfomance Centre Director
Women and Girls
5 August 2014

Vacancy - CWFA Girls Perfomance Centre Director

A vacancy has arisen for a Director at the Central Wales FA Girls Performance Centre.Full details of the role and how to apply can be seen below -

Title: Performance Centre Director
Responsible to: Central Wales Girls Performance Centre Management Board
Responsible for: Performance Centre Coaches and Staff
Location: Newtown FC
Day and Time of session: Every Monday during term time at 18:00-19:00

Role Purpose:
The purpose of the role is to co-ordinate the delivery of the technical programme of the centre. The director will be part of the Welsh Football Trust coach mentor programme assisting the development of coaches in the Women & Girls game in Central Wales. The role will require monitoring, evaluation and signposting of players with talent to the relevant player development structure.

The Welsh Football Trust is committed to developing football within the Central Wales area. We aim to provide a high quality player development structure for talented female players in the region to prepare them for regional and national squads. For the 2014 – 15 season the centre will be offer provision for players from U12’s – U16’s.

Key roles and responsibilities of this role are as follows:
 Aiding the design and implementation of centre trials.
 Monitoring, evaluation and mentoring to support centre coaches.
 Co-ordinate continual professional development of centre coaches.
 Identify and monitor talented female players to access centre or regional squads.
 Ensure delivery of centre technical programme.
 Represent the centre at functions, meetings and events as required.

Skills & Experience:
Skills and Experience for this role are as follows:
 UEFA B Licence (working towards)
 Proven track record of player development in female game.
 Wide range of practical coaching experience. Minimum 3 years in player development environment.
 Demonstrable leadership and management qualities.
 Excellent communication, organisation and interpersonal skills.
 Ability to relate to and motivate coaches and young players.
 Commitment to work unsociable hours.

Benefits to You:
 The position is on a paid sessional basis however those successful applicants will receive kit and other benefits
 Access to selected Welsh Football Trust Coach Education Courses/Workshops.
 Personalised CPD program incorporating access to study visits to observe Regional and National player development programmes

How to apply:
To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter to:

[email protected]

Applications must be received by 5.30 pm on Tuesday 26th August 2014.

The Welsh Football Trust is committed to protecting children and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will have an enhanced DBS Disclosure before appointment.