Not only is SAFA looking for a Bafana Bafana coach, the federation has now also confirmed the search for another top role within the organisation.
Following the sacking of Molefi Ntseki last week there’s also a vacancy for the Technical Director position, which was previously held by Neil Tovey, who parted ways with the motherbody in June last year.
Whoever will be appointed as his successor will report to SAFA chief executive officer Tebogo Motlanthe for a fixed period of five years.
Below are some of the job specifications:
- To establish an efficient coaching structure in the member association.
- To develop and maintain contacts with the Confederation's coach education department to coordinate, implement, monitor and provide feedback on all matters pertaining to coach education.
- Due diligence regarding the status quo by making on-site visits to assess the structure, level of activity, coach education programs, including the quantity and quality of coaches and coach instructors, throughout the country.
- To plan and implement the Confederation's coaching educational program to improve coach education at all levels.
- To liaise with universities, sports colleges, teacher-training institutes, educational institutions, etc., to introduce the Confederation's and national coaching licensing schemes into their syllabus to qualify graduating teachers.
- To appoint technical study groups (coach instructors) to analyse trends and developments in football.
- To identify, develop, evaluate and upgrade instructors to conduct coach education courses at all levels
SAFA confirmed the salary scale as R839 031 – R948 469 per annum, and applications should be sent to: Applications@walenacapital.africa
No requirements for qualifications have been listed, but it’s understood SAFA do expect candidates to have the relevant documents.
The closing date is April 9.
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