Coaching vacancies

Youth Community Coaches - Auckland United FC

Auckland United F.C are on the search for coaches in the community space! Whether you are an ex-player, have coaching experience/qualifications, or you are passionate about football and want to get stuck in, we invite you to contact us to see if we can find the right fit for you. 

Coaching support will be provided, and we offer coaching development opportunities. Reimbursement to be discussed with candidates.

If you’re interested in coaching a community team this year, please contact

Interested? Get in touch by emailing

Onehunga Mangere United first team womens coach 

Onehunga Mangere United are looking for a coach for our Ladies 1st team; the Scarlets.  This is a successful team going from strength to strength and OMUAFC has high aspirations for the womens game at our club.  This year the Scarlets will be competing in the Division 1 competition and we are looking for a coach to take the team to the next level, is this you?  Ideally you will have a C license or equivalent experience – contact to register your interest.

Bay Olympic Coaching Opportunities 2022

Bay Olympic is seeking coaches for both our youth Talent Development Pathway and Girls Junior/Youth programme delivering the Bay Olympic playing model and philosophy.  

Ideally you will have the ability and personality to work collectively with our coaching team for the benefit of the programme overall. Time Commitment:

  • TDP Youth Training x3 per week Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, plus game
  • Girls Programme training x2 per week plus game, additional options to be discussed.
  • Some additional tournaments required as per junior/youth calendar
  • Session preparation/planning 

Minimum Criteria:

  • TDP Youth - Currently hold a NZF C License with coaching experience in youth football. 
  • Girls Programme – Currently hold or working towards NZF JL3 and/or C License.

Reimbursement to be discussed with individual candidates.  

Additional opportunities available within our partnership with Green Bay High School. 

Please email expressions of interest to  

Western Springs AFC - Female U16 Academy Coach

Western Springs AFC is looking to appoint a Girls Academy Head Coach to join our growing Female Talent Development Pathway. 

Position will report directly to the Head of Girls and Women’s Football

What is expected?

  • Delivery of Springs Playing Model and Coaching Methodology
  • Uphold Western Springs Values within our community
  • Head Coach of U16 Girls Academy

Functions of an Academy Coach:

  • Delivery X3 Trainings per week (TDP) & Match
  • Delivery of Individual Player Development Plans & Team Video Analysis Meetings
  • Preparation of Season Plan & Training Plan
  • Attendance at Club Technical Meetings
  • Communicate with U14 and Women’s Development Coaches

12hours + Technical/Coaches Meeting + Preparation/Administration time


  • Currently hold or working towards Junior Level 3
  • Currently hold or working towards NZF C-License
  • Coaching Experience in Youth Football in New Zealand

Reimbursement will vary on the candidate

The perfect candidate demonstrates the following qualities/attributes;

  • Hard working, ambitious
  • Team Player
  • Willingness to learn & adapt
  • Communicator & planner

Please email expressions of interest to

East Coast Bays - Talent Development Programme Coach/Women’s Development

Looking for suitable candidates who wish to work in a professional coaching team with substantial informal coach development, as part of the leading development programme in Auckland.

The TDP/Women’s Development Coach agrees to perform all of the duties and services necessary to meet the standards required in the Talent Development Programme and to develop the Women’s Football Programme at ECB.

Find out more and apply here


Ōtāhuhu United AFC's seeking a Women's community coach for our 2022 team.

Your primary role will be to coach and develop the women's team building on the strong foundations already built. 

Your secondary role is to help promote and develop the women's game as a whole for our club.

This is a voluntary role.

A great opportunity with a small but growing club located at Seaside Park, Ōtāhuhu.

All expressions of interest can be sent to our Club Secretary, Tasha:

Mob - 021 042 3341 or 021 329 689

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Bream Bay Utd AFC (BBU) is looking for motivated, inspirational coach for our Men’s Reserve Team for the 2022 season.

Based in the centre of Ruakaka, BBU is a growing club that attracted over 230 members in 2021. We have players from all age groups – from 4/5year olds through to half-centurions. BBU currently has 3 senior men’s teams and one senior women’s team, all of which play in the NRF Northland divisions. Our men’s First Team has placed 2nd and 3rd in the last 2 seasons after promotion to the Northland Premiership/Championship. Last year, our Reserve Team placed 4th (of 12) in the Second Division and our 3rd team placed 3rd in its inaugural season in the 3rd Division.

Men's Reserve Team Coach - 2022 (NEW ROLE, vacant)
The Reserve Team coach will aim to build a competitive Reserve men’s side to support and supplement the First Team (for which a coach was appointed in January). The role also involves developing and improving the younger men’s players to support the wider club.

Ideal attributes

  • Experience as a coach (lead or assistant) in men’s football
  • C Licence preferable (or the desire to gain a qualification)


For the full position description contact:   
Any queries should be directed to Steve Pether on 0272865259
All applications/enquires welcome. 

Applications close on 31st March 2022.