Newcastle United advertise three coaching/management roles
Newcastle United have advertised three coaching/management roles.
Interesting to see if the club recruit from outside and/or internally.
The more junior of the three roles is that of Assistant Head of Coaching (U9-U16).
Whilst the two more senior jobs advertised are Player Development Coach (U23 Lead – Professional Phase) and Loan Player Coordinator.
Rafa Benitez has recalled three players this week from loans, after the trio (Sorensen, Sterry and Roberts) hardly got a kick of first team football since going out in January.
The manager having previously gone public with his unhappiness that no commitment had been insisted on by NUFC staff for Sorensen to definitely get games at Blackpool.
Former Bournemouth first team player Carl Fletcher was given the newly created role of loan player manager late last year.
Whilst at Chelsea: Eddie Newton, Tore Aandre Flo and Pauo Ferreira are all ‘loan player technical coaches’, looking after the 40+ players they have out on loan.
Newcastle United are advertising to recruit three people as per below:
The Club is looking to recruit for the following positions to work within Newcastle United Football Academy:
Player Development Coach (U23 Lead – Professional Phase)
Loan Player Coordinator
Assistant Head of Coaching (U9-U16)
All positions listed above are full time, permanent position and hours of work will be organised around the training and travel requirements of the role.
Please click on the position you are interested in to access the job description.
Should you wish to apply for one of these posts, please download, complete and scan or post the Application pack along with a cover letter and CV to:
Admin. Department, Newcastle United Academy, Greenlee Drive, Little Benton, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE7 7SF
Due to the anticipated volume of applicants, we respectfully request that you only apply for any of these vacancies if you hold the essential qualifications as outlined on the job description.
The closing date for these positions is Sunday 24th March 2019.
The Club are proud to continue to support an English Football League (EFL) initiative to introduce positive action measures aimed at tackling the under-representation of coaches and managers from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds. Regulations require clubs to shortlist at least one suitably qualified BAME candidate (where an application has been received and status under BAME regulations are declared) for all roles in Academy football that require an UEFA A or UEFA B coaching licence.
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