Tuesday, 17 June 2014 03:24

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association today announces the start of the formal recruitment process for the position of Technical Director.

The roles of the Technical Director will be to Lead and Manage the Technical Department of the TTFA,  supervise the preparation of National Teams and also develop curriculum for Coaches and Players Development manual for national youth and women’s team programmes.

TTFA President Raymond Tim Kee said that the recruiting of the Technical Director is vital as the TTFA continues its emphasis on development.

“The Technical Director will have a host of responsibilities and will spearhead all of our development programs with special emphasis on youth development,” Tim Kee stated.

“We are committed towards meeting our goal of producing technically strong players from the youth level come up based on world’s best practice. And all our national teams operations from a technical standpoint is also a crucial area that will be focused on and then of course there are other areas such as coaching education and the implementing of other related programs.”

The post of Technical Director has been vacant  after Anton Corneal resigned the position in April.


Ø  Design, plan and arrange curriculum and programme for the national licensing and certification of coaches.
Ø  Plan, develop and implement Specialized Football Workshops for coaches and players.
Ø  Develop and supervise the training and preparation of National Football Teams for regional and international competitions. This is in consultation with national coaches (
Ø  Plan,  organize and implement development programs on a national (Trinidad & Tobago ) basis for all youth grouping in keeping with the structure of FIFA age group football
Ø  Prepare and submit quarterly reports on the preparation, training, performances of all national football teams
Ø  Assesses, prepares and submit quarterly reports on the performances of the coaching staff of all national teams
Ø  Have all national coaches prepare and submit reports on matches played by the respective national team to the TTFA General Secretary within 14 days of the game.
Ø  Advises and makes suggestions to the TTFA Executive on issues of a technical nature.
Ø  Complete curriculum design template for National Teams Coaching Development.
Ø  Establish a coaches data base & audit.

RELATIONSHIPS: (Liaises with)

·      Peers (both locally and internationally)
·      Coaches (both locally and internationally)
·      Facilities Staff
·      TTFA Executive officers
·      Players

o   Develop and present annual budget proposal to the TTFA Executive for consideration and approval
o   Monitor and control expenditure within the approve budget.

v Analytical (skills)
v Good Communication skills, both oral and written.
v Planning and Organization(skill)
v Decision making (skill)
v Change Management(Knowledge)
v Team working (skill)
v Project Management (knowledge)

Interested parties should apply with full CV (please mark PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL and position applied on the envelope) to General Secretary, TTFA Hasely Crawford Stadium Port of Spain, Trinidad. Or email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it on or before 30 June 2014.

The information supplied will be treated in strict confidence and will only be used for the purpose of considering your employment application.