The Ghana Football Association has opened up the Black Stars coaching job for qualified persons to fill the vacant position of head coach of the senior national football team.
According to FA general secretary, Kofi Nsiah, all applications together with CVs must reach the FA on or before the close of business on Tuesday, 15th August, 2006.
Interested applicants would have to posses:
A minimum of a diploma in Coaching with relevant Coaching Experience.
Good interpersonal traits and communication skills
A good knowledge of the African football terrain.
A proven track record and achievements. Proficiency in the English language is an advantage.
The position became vacant after Serbian coach Ratomir Dujkovic resigned his post last month citing his health as the reason for this decision to quit the Black Stars job.
Dujkovic surprisely quit the Ghana job after he led the Black Stars to the last sixteen place at the World Cup in Germany.
A nine-man search team led by FA president, Kwesi Nyantakyi has been tasked to find a successor to the Serbian coach within a two months.