Cambridgeshire Cats Looking for Coaches to Join The Pride

Following on from the 2019 season that saw them reach the SFC 1 semi-final, the Cambridgeshire Cats are looking to recruit new and additional coaches for the upcoming 2020 season.

With vacancies at Offensive Coordinator, Special Teams Coordinator, and positional coaches for QBs, WRs and LBs: applications for coaching assistants are also welcome, offering the opportunity for young coaches to learn on the job.

The Cambridgeshire Cats train on Sundays between 10:30 and 13:30 at Coldhams Common, Cambridge (CB5 8NT)

Offensive Coordinator

The successful candidate will be responsible for working closely with HC Marco Fasulo, developing the offensive playbook. You will work with an existing staff of positional coaches to plan and implement weekly training. The OC is expected to attend all training sessions and games whilst helping players in their care to develop.

Special Teams Coordinator

The successful candidate will be working closely with HC Marco Fasulo, on the development of their Special Teams playbook. You will also be required to plan periods of training sessions to develop key player skills and playbook install. The ST Coordinator is expected to attend all training sessions and games.

Positional coaches

The successful candidates will work with the rest of the coaching staff to the develop the skillsets of their positional units. You will be required to attend planning sessions and will be tasked with assisting in the implementation of the offensive and defensive schemes.

Attendance at weekly practice and games is expected for all positional coaches. Applicants will be expected to either possess a BAFCA Level One qualification, or complete one prior to assuming their post.

How to apply

If you are interested in applying or you’d like some more information before applying, please contact the General Manager, Megan Chamberlain, at: cambridgeshirecatscoaching@gmail.com

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