The role will require the chosen candidate to deliver the Trust's community inclusion programmes, including the Premier League Female Football and Premier League Kicks programmes, both of which are funded by the Premier League.
For both programmes, you will be required to work unsociable hours including evenings with TOIL being accumulated and taken back during the week.
Some of the responsibilities the post holder will have but will not be limited to include: planning and delivering sessions in high schools; capturing and managing data for monitoring and impact purposes, and assisting on home matchdays with a variety of duties.
The chosen candidate must also have an FA Level two in football coaching and experience in coaching football within a community setting.
For the full job description, click the link which can be accessed here.How to apply:
Please send your completed application form and equal opportunities form along with a letter of support via email to email@example.com with subject title reference ‘PNE1018’ or post to:
F.A.O Tracy Atkinson
Preston North End FC
To download the application form, click here.Click here to download the equal opportunities form.Closing date
: Monday 24th April 5pm
Friday 28th April, 2017.
Please note that due to the nature of the work the department undertakes, the role will be subject to two satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks.