Millfield School is looking to recruit a Director of Football to take responsibility for the development of the Girls' and Boys' Football Programme across Millfield School and to support Millfield Prep School.
Millfield is an independent boarding school with outstanding pastoral and co-curricular activities, set in the heart of Somerset. We cater for approximately 1,250 pupils aged 13 to 18, all of whom are engaged in sport and physical activities. Millfield Prep School is located 4 miles away in the bustling town of Glastonbury, catering to a further 400 pupils from ages 7 to 13. Both schools have outstanding facilities and a vibrant multi-sport environment.
As the Director of Football, you will be responsible for ensuring that Millfield Football remains competitive in Schools’ Football. This will include providing technical coaching to students, ensuring that the skills of the specialist and teacher coaches are continuously developed, contributing to the Sports Scholarship Programme and developing new links with the community and external sporting bodies. As the Director of Football, you will also be expected to expand on the school’s entrepreneurial activity and the promotion of Millfield School through football.
To be successful, you will hold a UEFA A Licence (or be working towards it) and must understand and have experience of education, holistic development and be connected to the world of women’s and men’s amateur and professional football.
We are ideally looking for this role to start this academic year to ensure a smooth handover with the current Master in Charge of Football.
This is a full-time role which includes work during the school holidays, in return you will receive a competitive salary and 10 weeks holiday per annum to be taken outside of term time.
If you are interested, an application form and further details are available from: millfieldschool.com/jobs
Closing date: Noon on 27th November 2019.
Interview dates: 3rd and 5th December 2019.
Millfield School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Offers of appointment are subject to satisfactory references and DBS clearance.