Applications are now invited from suitably-qualified GAA managers for the role of Tipperary Ladies Football intermediate team manager 2017.
The ideal candidate should have experience in managing and coaching at club and/or inter-county level, possess suitable managerial and organisational skills. The necessary qualifications (fundamentals, level one coaching qualifications etc) are preferred, but not essential. The successful candidate should also be willing to work competently with County Board officers, club mentors and, when required, parents.
All Tipperary inter-county managers, as per the policy of the Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football Association, will work within the rules and guidelines of the LGFA and the Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport.
Applications are required to include the following: Curriculum Vitae, a letter of application, the names and details of two selectors on their proposed management team, an outlined training schedule and details of a draft annual budget, upon agreement with management team, to the expected running costs of your county team which is to include national league and championship matches.
All applicants are asked to apply by email to email@example.com no later than Wednesday, September 28th at 5pm.
Late applications will not be accepted. Applicants will then be asked to attend an interview during the first week of October to discuss their application. The successful candidate will be ratified at the October County Board Meeting.
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