There is a vacancy for “manager” of Nettleham Ladies F.C. for next season.
Nettleham are in the East Midlands Women’s Premier League placed 2nd, and in the final of the Lincolnshire County Cup (as holders) and S/F still of the League Cup.
Candidates will be interviewed for the post by the outgoing manager, Paul Durrands. He is looking for candidates to possess experience in this area who have FA level 2 coaching badges and above (although coaching badges are required it is not deemed essential as “experience” can balance this out).
Anybody interested in this position and who believes they have the experience needed to manage the club in taking them forward can apply by contacting Paul Durrands using the below details. Please attach a current CV with your email.
Paul Durrands (current Nettleham Ladies FC manager) – Tel: 07706661906 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Lincoln City FC Sport & Education Trust are looking to recruit three Trainee Community Organisers to work in three specific areas of the City of Lincoln. The Community Organiser programme is run by Locality who in turn work with local organisations to deliver the programme.
Full details and an application pack can be found here: http://www.lcfcset.com/#!vacancies/c1n7d
Closing date for application is 31st March 2014.
For more information please call 01522 563792 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For any students interested in volunteer hours coaching in schools there will be a meeting held on Wednesday 12th February at 9am in the Coach Education Suite.
The meeting is open to all courses and years.
The newly established University of Lincoln Archery Society are in need of a qualified coach to teach and instruct during practices. Due to the recent creation the position would be a volunteer role, but with sufficient interest easily become a paid role. Please contact the society at email@example.com for more information.
CrossFit Witham have recently opened at a site off Dixon Street – about 15 minutes walk from campus – and they are keen to work with our students. A number of intern roles are potentially available: helping with strength & conditioning sessions or sports massage, or presenting one-off sports science workshops etc. These would probably be voluntary but would offer a great opportunity to acquire experience and learn more about running a business in the fitness sector. It would also help if you wanted to go on to seek CrossFit certifications.
If you might be interested in finding out more, please email Sandy Willmott first. We can then arrange a time to head down to their gym and discuss the possibilities with Adam Jones (one of the co-owners). More details of CrossFit Witham are available on their website or Facebook page.