Men’s Technical Director
Manly United Football Club is seeking applications for the vacant role of Technical Director. Manly United Football Club is the representative club for the 18,000 football players on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, with teams in the Football NSW Skills Acquisition Program, Boys Youth League, Girls Youth League, Association Youth League and Men’s and Women’s Senior NPL competitions. The Manly United Technical Director will take responsibility for the delivery of all Men’s and Boy’s programs and work with the Women’s Technical Director to ensure Manly United remains at the forefront of football development and performance, in line with the Job Description. Applicants require an FFA A Licence coaching qualification, current Working with Children Check and have experience, knowledge and skills in leadership, communication, coach education and management at an NPL level or higher. Qualifications to deliver advanced coaching courses would be favourable. Applications with Resume should be sent to email@example.com by 5pm on
Friday 27 July 2018.
Click on the link below for a detailed job description.
2019 Elite Coaching Roles – Expressions of Interest
Manly United Football Club (MUFC) and the Manly Warringah Football Association (MWFA) are seeking expressions of interest for appropriately accredited coaches interested in coaching teams in the following departments for 2019;
- Boys SAP (U9-U12)
- Girls SAP (U10-U13)
- Boys Youth League (U13-U18)
- Girls Youth League (U14-U17)
- Boys Association Youth League (U13-U16)
- Development Programs (U6-U12)
Manly United FC and MWFA represent the 19,000 registered players on the Northern Beaches of Sydney and take part in Football NSW competitions for talented players. To register your interest click on the link below.
Applications close 31st of August
Manly United Football Club are currently seeking applications from coaches looking to take the next step in their coaching careers to work in the MUFC Community Programs.
The program involves working in the various branches of the community program being during and after school programs, local club academies, Miniroos and school holiday camps.
The ideal candidate will be a high school leaver or university student who has been involved in football for a number of years. Coaching credentials are not necessary but the candidate will be put through coaching courses should they be successful. Current FFA coaching qualifications will looked upon favourably.
Candidates will either need to have or obtain a WWC Check.
Attractive remuneration is on offer for the right candidates.
To apply send a resume including football experience, any previous coaching/working with children and any coaching qualifications to Jordan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Through Manly United Football Club’s history, we have relied on the hard work and determination of our volunteers. This season we need you!
We have several opportunities available for volunteers to become involved at the club in the following fields, as well as beginning their careers with MUFC:
• Match Day
Ideal candidates will have the following skills:
• Passion for their voluntary field.
• Knowledge of football (preferable though not essential).
• Skills to work as part of a team as well as autonomously.
• Excellent English speaking skills.
• A Working With Children Check (successful applicants can have this obtained through the club if they do not currently have one).
Please do not hesitate to contact David Mason for further details at email@example.com or on 02 9982 6228 .