Forfar Farmington is run in its entirety by volunteers, with all coaches, support staff and committee members donating their time freely, over and above the commitments of daily life. The enthusiasm and dedication of our volunteers has been cornerstone to the development of Forfar Farmington since its formation, but as the club develops further our need for additional volunteers grows – and that’s where you come in!
You daughter may already be playing for the club, or you may be a complete newcomer to Farmington. Your time commitment may be as little as a few hours a week, or subject to working shifts – either way you can still contribute to the clubs development!
You may have a football background, or have other skills ideal for fulfilling support roles such as treasurer, team administrator etc, or perhaps you would wish to be part of our marketing, club development or fund raising teams.
From time to time there may be specific roles which we require to fill which you may be interested in, however if your interests lie away from those roles advertised; your role as a parent, sponsor or supporter are very much appreciated.
So please do get in touch with us.
Posts required to be filled for the coming season, to help keep up with the growth of the club, volunteers are essential to having a successful club and any help is much appreciated. Please note your interest – None of the required posts are Committee roles therefore no commitment to meetings.
SFA/SWF have requested each club to appoint a Covid-19 Officer, who will be responsible for oversight of the Covid-19 risk assessments, ensuring the necessary level of risk mitigation are in place and the minimum guidance achieved within local constraints. Would suit medical professional or student looking for experience.
Covid-19 Medical Officer
SFA/SWF have requested each club to also apoint a Covid-19 medical officer, who does not have to be the club doctor or medical lead, should be familiar with the emerging evidence related to post Covid-19 pathology who is expected to:
i. lead on ensuring any suspected or confirmed Covid-19 cases are managed in line with the Scottish Football Association case management protocols and current Scottish Government advice.
ii. have medical oversight of the return to training of any players or staff with suspected or confirmed cases of Covid-19.
Would suit medical professional or student looking for experience.
SWPL Match Day Videographer/Media
We wish to recruit a dedicated individual ahead of the season for the voluntary role of filming our Scottish Building Society Scottish Women’s Premier League, SSE Scottish Women’s Cup and SWPL Cup matches.
The role will primarily involve filming our home matches and if available, our away games. Matchday attendance would be required from 1pm for home games with kick off at 2pm for all matches. We will also be able to provide filming equipment if needed. Job Description Contact for further details
Senior Co-ordinator – We are looking for an enthusiastic, well organised and approachable individual to work closely with senior coaches U15s – Women ensuring girls are playing in the correct team for their age and ability. Act as a main contact for parents of players and coaches, answering any queries, sharing information and making sure coaches have all they need to run the sessions. Have an interest in maintaining player pathway through the club. Reporting to Coach Co-ordinator Job Description Contact for further details
Youth Co-ordinator – We are looking for an enthusiastic, well organised and approachable individual to work closely with junior coaches U11s – U13s ensuring girls are playing in the correct team for their age and ability. Act as a main contact for parents of players and coaches, answering any queries, sharing information and making sure coaches have all they need to run the sessions. Reporting to Coach Co-ordinator Job Description Contact for further details
Senior/Youth Coaches – Job Description
Junior Coaches (U9s/U7s) – contact for further details