BUCS are recruiting for the American Football Sports Advisory Group (SAG)

BUCS are looking for qualified candidates for a range of positions to work alongside them in growing understanding and awareness of Uniball.


Phil Wood (Club Development Coordinator- University of Nottingham) was appointed SAG Chair in 2014. Phil has an excellent level of experience within the sport from time spent playing and coaching in the UK and US. He started the Sheffield Hallam University Warriors American Football team, played at both University and Senior League levels in the UK and has coached for 14 years, five of which were in the US at the NCAA Division II and III levels.

SAG roles being recruited are:

Participation Representative – The suitable person should be a member of coaching staff from a team playing below BUCS Premier League, able to provide feedback and advice on how to develop BUCS competition at this level and contribute to the wider development of HE American Football.

Performance Representative (North) – The appointed person must be a member of coaching staff from a team playing in the Premier League North

Performance Representative (South) – The appointed person must be a member of coaching staff from a team playing in the Premier League South

Student Representative – Applications are welcome from current students, Sabbatical Officers or recent graduates who finished their studies no earlier than 2015.

A National Governing Body Representative will complete the SAG. This position will be allocated by invitation.

Commitments involve being available for three meetings a year as well as potentially two more days to attend BUCS events and training.

Reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.

Applications should be a short cover letter stating why they are interested and their Football and professional CV. Please email to paul.oleary@bucs.org.uk

Application deadline is 5pm Friday 19th August.


Learn more over at the BUCS site.

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