Volunteer Roles - Football

United Glasgow FC is currently recruiting volunteers to help our football delivery. If you are interested or require more information, please get in touch through the form at the bottom of this page.

We can offer opportunities to access coaching courses, first aid courses, equality training and other opportunities for those with an interest and enthusiasm in our values and purpose!

Have a look at who we're looking for and get in touch!


Position: Head of Football Delivery
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Position: Match Secretary
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Position: Assistant Coach (Men’s Sunday Team)
Required Hours: One training session per week (Thursday night), one match per week (Sundays)
Description:
United Glasgow Football Club require a new coaching assistant for our Men’s Sunday Team who compete in the Glasgow Community and Co-operative League for the 2016/17 season. The role will involve:

  • Developing and delivering training sessions to the team on Thursday nights.
  • Promoting the values of United Glasgow Football Club to players on the pitch, at training sessions and online.
  • Supporting the Head Coach in whatever duties are required at training sessions or matches.

You should ideally have obtained SFA Coach Education qualifications up to level 1.2 (Coaching footballers 13+) before taking on this position but exceptions can be made for an exceptional candidate.

Coaching at United Glasgow Football Club can be a very rewarding, but challenging, experience and we expect anyone who expresses interest in this post will be aware of this. Coaching players of numerous nationalities, with varying levels of spoken English, can be difficult and applicants must be prepared for this.


Position: Assistant Coach (Men’s Saturday Team)
Required Hours: One training session per week (Thursday night), one match per week (Saturdays)
Description:
United Glasgow Football Club require a new coaching assistant for our Men’s Saturday Team who compete in the West of Scotland Amateur Football League for the 2016/17 season. The role will involve:

  • Developing and delivering training sessions to the team on Thursday nights.
  • Promoting the values of United Glasgow Football Club to players on the pitch, at training sessions and online.
  • Supporting the Head Coach in whatever duties are required at training sessions or matches.

You should ideally have obtained SFA Coach Education qualifications up to level 1.2 (Coaching footballers 13+) before taking on this position but exceptions can be made for an exceptional candidate.

Coaching at United Glasgow Football Club can be a very rewarding, but challenging, experience and we expect anyone who expresses interest in this post will be aware of this. Coaching players of numerous nationalities, with varying levels of spoken English, can be difficult and applicants must be prepared for this.


Position: Community Session Coaches
Required Hours: One training session per week (Wednesday night)
Description:
United Glasgow Football Club require new community coaches for our Men’s community sessions on a Wednesday night. These sessions are the first place that new players, particularly refugees and asylum seekers, come to when joining the club. The role will involve:

  • Preparing for sessions, discussing plans with other coaches.
  • Developing and delivering training sessions on Wednesday nights.
  • Promoting the values of United Glasgow Football Club to players on the pitch, at training sessions and online.
  • Arriving early at the venue to organise distribution of kit, boots and other equipment to new arrivals.

You should ideally have obtained SFA Coach Education qualifications up to level 1.1 (Development Activities) before taking on this position but exceptions will be made for for the right candidates as Coach Education can be secured through United Glasgow FC.

Coaching at United Glasgow Football Club can be a very rewarding, but challenging, experience and we expect anyone who expresses interest in this post will be aware of this. Coaching players of numerous nationalities, with varying levels of spoken English, can be difficult and applicants must be prepared for this. The numbers attending this session vary from 25 to 60, coaches must be adaptable and relaxed about varying numbers.         


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