Blyth Spartans are appealing for applications for the vacant assistant manager role at the club.
Manager Tom Wade is in the process of putting together plans to improve on this season’s performance in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League, with the assistant role central to those plans.
The club are looking for someone to work alongside Wade during training sessions and on match days, helping prepare the side for a challenging campaign next season.
Wade said: “The position is an excellent opportunity for a quality coach, or player/coach, to come in and work alongside me and to take the club forward.
“Blyth Spartans is one of the most famous non league clubs around and we want an ambitious coach to come in an assist me to give the club and most importantly our supporters the team it deserves.”
Potential candidates should contact Spartans general manager Ian Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org