City of Manchester Water Polo have a vacancy for a Level 2 Water Polo Coach
City of Manchester Water Polo Club is one of the leading water polo clubs in the UK having won all ASA National Age Group Championships for both boys and girls in 2013 and is the current British Women’s Champions.
In partnership with Manchester City Council we are responsible for the development of Water Polo in Manchester from grass roots to elite performance. We have recently been awarded ASA Beacon Club status and are therefore looking for a dynamic Water Polo Coach to work alongside our Head Coach to develop a strategy to drive both the club and regional squads forward.
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