Opportunity’s at Rawmarsh St Josephs
Tue 26th Sep 2017 @ 10:41:44 (2,451 Views)

Posted By : Nathan Batchelor

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Rawmarsh St Josephs are looking for volunteers.

 

Team Manager/Coach

 

Role Description

To be responsible for, and to provide leadership and direction in accordance to Club and FA guidelines. To ensure, the successful running for all aspects of activity across an age group at Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC.

 

Commitment

Approximately 3-4 hours per week (inclusive of training and matches)

Attendance at "Managers and Coaches" monthly meetings.

 

Responsibilities/Duties

Ensure Child Welfare is always the priority within all age groups.

Ensure an inclusive, safe and enjoyable environment for the players within the age group.

Teams within each age group are managed in accordance to club and FA policies, strategy and best practices.

Teams within age groups are managed in accordance to league operating rules (player registration, team sheets, result reporting, ID cards etc).

Recruiting players, assistant coaches and helpers.

Attend matches and team training sessions of teams responsible for.

Management of players and parents/guardians/carers expectation.

Development of players and assistant coaches in accordance to Club and FA policies, strategy and best practices.

Ensure all coaches, assistant coaches and helpers are registered with the Club, hold the correct level of accreditation and have been approved by the Club Welfare Officer.

Ensure team accounts are managed as agreed with the Club Treasurer.

Attend "Manager and Coaches" monthly meeting.

Team selection and substitutions. Ensuring the club policy of providing approximately 50% playing time is adhered to.

Communicate effectively to players, parents/guardians/carers.

Use time efficiently and effectively.

Forward plan.

Forward thinking and open to new ideas and methods relating to coaching.

Develop an appropriate level of technical knowledge.

Develop your own skills by attending Coaches Association Coaching Workshops.

Motivate players. 

Make things enjoyable and interesting. Avoid long lines and queues. Try to ensure large numbers of your players are working at the same time - not just stood watching......and getting bored.

Observe and analyse player’s skills and help make improvements if necessary.

Evaluate all coaching sessions.

Make use of all appropriate equipment.

Ensure that there is an accessible, well stocked first aid kit at training and matches.

Ensure you are well briefed about any special needs of the players involved i.e. medical conditions/disabilities etc.

 

If you are interested or want more information please send us an email

theclub@rawmarshstjosephsjfc.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Club Mentor

 

WHAT IS MENTORING

"A mentor is a more experienced individual willing to share their knowledge with someone less experienced in a relationship of mutual trust. A mixture of parent and peer, the mentor’s primary function is to be the transitional figure in an individual’s development."

 

"A formal, or ‘formalised informal’, process whereby a coach is actively engaged in being guided towards acquiring new knowledge, feedback, ideas, or advice by a more knowledgeable and experienced person who has been selected by the club to help meet their identified coaches development needs."

 

"By developing these individuals within our mentoring scheme, we aim to SUPPORT AND CHALLENGE them to become better coaches, thereby exacting them to hopefully, in turn, produce better players”.

 

We are looking for mentors who are:

 

Minimum of the following

THE FA level 2 or above in coaching football

The FA Safeguarding Children

The FA Emergency First Aid

Role model

Observer

Provider of feedback

Challenger

Facilitator

Critical enquirer/friend

.... of the coaches under their mentorship in order to challenge and support them to develop to their full potential.

 

Up skill and support our coaches to develop knowledge, confidence and skills

 

Retaining coaches in the game at Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC

 

Improve coaching of our players at Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC

 

Individual learning

 

Raise the standard of coaching at Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC

 

Provide on ground support to actively engaged Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC coaches

 

The most productive coaches at Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC are those working in a development and player centred approach, along with an understanding of our club coaching and game philosophy

 

Monitoring And Evaluation

 

Is Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC developing better coaches??????......"that is our goal"

 

Mentoring can help all members at Rawmarsh St Josephs JFC. There is nobody working in Junior Football that can't improve or learn something to help their coaching.

 

If you are interested or want more information please send us an email

theclub@rawmarshstjosephsjfc.co.uk

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