coaching job

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Noun1.coaching job - the job of a professional coachcoaching job - the job of a professional coach  
employment, work - the occupation for which you are paid; "he is looking for employment"; "a lot of people are out of work"
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Arthur feels that the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) should tread carefully regarding Andrew Flower's successor, given that Peter Moores has emerged as a likely front runner for a coaching job that appeared to be in Giles' hands.
After winning 49 games in their inaugural season in Brooklyn, the Nets coaching job will be very attractive to both former and up and coming coaches.
Looking for a coaching job in United Kingdom, the Dutch was proud to see couple of Senegal players who trained under him at the Porto.
To take the head coaching job of England and to get the first win was the greatest feeling I have had in rugby.
Many of the Kings were infants, at most, when Terry Murray took his first coaching job.
GARETH Jenkins has revealed his torment at his sacking from the Wales coaching job, following an eight-month exile from the game.
FORMER Connacht and Ireland A coach Steph Nel could make a return to rugby in Ireland - he is on a shortlist of three for the Director of Coaching job at Ballymena.
For although he walked out on the Wales coaching job this week, people are still rushing to buy his caricature figurines from The Grogg Shop.
From April 27 to May 20, 1994, guests at Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn hotels can fill out a form with their best guess as to where Johnson will take his next coaching job.
Jauron was named to the top coaching job for The Chicago Bears in 1999 and earned NFL Coach of the Year honors in 2001.
The report further said that Moye views Giggs as an invaluable link to the United dressing-rooom, adding that the outgoing Everton boss is also considering approaching retired United midfielder Paul Scholes for a coaching job.