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Owls Ladies Looking For Staff

The Sheffield Wednesday Ladies team are looking for new members to help support the already well established team.

Sheffield Wednesday Ladies FC play in the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division and are looking for new members to support the well established team. Applicants should be able to demonstrate that they have the commitment, enthusiasm and ambition to match that of the football club.

Reserve Team Manager
A vacancy has arisen for this position we are looking for an experienced coach to work closely with the senior staff, The ideal candidate will have a good background in terms of both experience within women`s football and with FA-recognised qualifications - ideally Minimum FA Level 2 and be able to attend both home and away fixtures on Sundays.

Reserve Team Assistant Coach
To assist the reserve team manager and coach, The ideal candidate will also have a good background in terms of both experience within women`s football and with FA-recognised qualifications and be able to attend both home and away fixtures on Sundays.

Reserve Team Physio
To work with the reserve team for the 2008/9 season alongside the senior Physio,
The ideal candidate will be able to attend both home and away fixtures on Sundays.

You will ideally hold a minimum of F.A Intermediate Treatment and Management of Injuries Certificate or working be towards a physiotherapist qualification.

This position would suit a physio looking to gain match day experience within a sports club environment.

If you feel you fit the candidate profiles and would be interested in the experience, please e-mail your CV to Dorothy Severns (senior secretary) at randdseverns@blueyonder.co.uk or for further details contact Mark Brunt (chairman) on 07877857774.

Applicants will be subject to a CRB check and closing date is the 20th june 2008




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 15 2008

Time: 11:54PM

Your Comments

slow day is it nick?
aball2112
I'll help them in the team bath!
CLIFFANDJ
would have thought there would be lots of applications for this one.........
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