Coach Application Form

The Southern Counties' HA invites applications for the Coaching and Centre Manager roles at the Performance Centres in 2017-18

Each centre will have a boys' and girls' centre, each will have a Lead Coach appointed by EH and a team of coaches appointed by the South. The South will be appointing a Head coach to each gender/age group, an assistant coach and a goalkeeper coach. We are also wanting a small number of 'Pool coaches' to provide a panel of coaches who can be approached at short notice to cover for coach unavailability.

The Centre Manager role is a new role for 2017-18. It is predominantly home based but will require occassional visits to the centre whilst it is in session.

Applications are required by 17:00 on 01 July 2017 and we hope to be making appointments in early August.

The fees payable for a session (including travel) will be:

- Lead Coach £150 (full day), £70 (evening) - Assistant Coach £125 (full day), £60 (evening) - Goalkeeper Coach £125 (full day), £60 (evening) - Centre Administrator £800-£1,000 (season)

To apply please complete the form below. Any questions to Tony Hilton at tony@southhockey.org.uk.

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