We have a variety of MAN v FAT jobs available on an ongoing basis. We are always looking to work with dedicated, enthusiastic and, above all, compassionate people who are passionate about our mission to support and champion men who want to lose weight.
If you would like to join the HQ team please feel free to send us your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are details of current available MAN v FAT jobs.
As the number of MAN v FAT Football clubs grows across the UK, we have coaching vacancies coming up on a regular basis.
We’re looking for dedicated MAN v FAT Coaches to support our players and ensure the smooth running and high performance of our clubs. The role would suit an individual who shares our passion for supporting men in making health and lifestyle improvements in order to achieve their weight loss goals.
Please note: these roles do not involve training the players on the pitch or instructing exercise of any kind, this is not a football coaching role. This position is about supporting and motivating players, facilitating a safe and effective session and completing club related admin tasks.
Want to write for the MAN v FAT blog, tell us your story, make a film, take some photos or just suggest a topic we need to cover?
E-mail MAN v FAT’s content editor Emma on email@example.com. If you are pitching an article for inclusion on the blog, please include a brief description of your idea and a rough word count.
In many of our clubs, we need up to 2 players who would be trained to be able to cover a session if the coach was ill or absent. Player facilitators receive training in a number of areas, including how to record weights and heights accurately and how to process data securely.
This is the ideal role if you’re a MAN v FAT Football player and would like to get more involved. It would be great experience for anyone who wants to work in the health industry, or just someone who wants to ensure that their club never misses a session.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information