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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Former Harambee Stars coach Adel Amrouche has dismissed reports that he is in the country to pursue a coaching job.
With both Monty Williams and Lue passing on the coaching job, the franchise will continue its search for its next head coach.
The Northern Ireland gaffer's first coaching job was at Central Park in 2005.
The Patriots previously lost defensive coordinator Matt Patricia, who took the Detroit Lions head coaching job. Patricia had also been with the Patriots since 2004.
Manchester: Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on Friday revealed that he would be interested in taking up the coaching job for an international team.
The 57-year-old mentor is no stranger to this Elite team, working as ex-coach Leo Isaac's deputy from 2015 until he took the head coaching job in Stapac Jakarta in Indonesia last year.
But why would Fangio want to return as the team's defensive coordinator after he was passed over for their head coaching job?
MCSA Training Institute in Delhi provides you coaching job of MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate), it is a certification program, notably for people who want to associate jobs in AN IT (information technology) field.
Summary: Johannesburg [South Africa], August 24 (ANI): Former Indian cricketer Robin Singh, who played 100 ODI matches for the country, have acquired coaching job for the forthcoming T20 Global League of South Africa slated to begin from November 3 and will run until December 16.
SYDNEY ROOSTERS' No.2 Justin Holbrook has emerged as a leading contender for the vacant St Helens coaching job.
SIR Tom Jones is in talks to reprise his coaching job on The Voice when it returns to screens on ITV next year, according to reports.