Girls RTC U16s Coach

Department:                              Birmingham City Women FC: Regional Talent Club

Term:                                            Self Employed

Location:                                      Birmingham, West Midlands

Hours of work:                           4 hours a week, Match Day

Application Closing Date:      Wednesday 31st August 2022

The role of the Regional Talent Club (RTC) football coach is to plan, prepare and deliver practical football sessions in line with the BCFC player development programme and the FA the four-corner model. In addition, this role also includes match day facilitation of equal playing minutes for each player and positional rotation.

The RTC football coach will also play a role in player identification and recruitment, working alongside the RTC Centre Manager and Technical Director in line with the BCFC scouting and recruitment strategy.

This coaching and player development role sits within the BCFC RTC coaching team and requires the ability to work closely and productively with colleagues and support staff.

Ability to accommodate flexible working hours including evening and weekends.

What’s important for this role:

  • The ability to engage with young people to create a meaningful and enjoyable learning environment.
  • A positive personality, passionate about making a difference.
  • Demonstrate curiosity and ambition to develop themselves.
  • The ability to work collaboratively and effectively with other coaches.
  • Ensure compliance with all the Policies and Procedures contained within the Staff Handbook, in particular the Equal Opportunities Policy, Health & Safety Policy, and procedures at all times.
  • Must always adhere to confidentiality and data protection procedures.
  • Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK



  • UEFA B Licence
  • FA DBS
  • FA Emergency Aid
  • FA Certificate in Safeguarding Children


  • UEFA A Licence
  • Sport or Child development related Degree
  • Experience in coaching other sports as well as football

Only applicants that meet the above criteria will be considered for the role. Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they are eligible to live and work in the UK.

This role is regarded as a ‘Regulated Activity’ and is therefore subject to an Enhanced DBS check, (previously a CRB check) which includes the barred list for working with children. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

Birmingham City FC is an equal opportunities and Disability Confident employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the Community.

Birmingham City Football Club promotes a diverse and inclusive working environment, and we welcome applications from all individuals in society. If you have any particular requirements or need us to make any adjustments to our recruitment or interview process, please mention this in your application.

We would also be grateful if you could take the time to complete our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Recruitment Survey using the following link: The survey will take approximately 1 minute to complete, is completely voluntary and you can respond with “prefer not to say” to any questions that you do not feel comfortable in answering. All responses will remain anonymous and we will use the information collected to review our recruitment processes and ensure we continue to encourage a diverse and inclusive working environment.