LLANDUDNO are seeking applications for their head of coaching vacancy within their Academy next season.

The JD Cymru North side are forming some ambitious plans on and off the pitch following the arrival of chairman Andrew Croston and manager Sean Eardley, who returned to the club following a successful stint at Caernarfon Town.

James Parry has announced that he is stepping away from the vacant role after a hugely successful time with the club, and Tudno are now formally looking for his successor.

Parry will be staying on as U19 manager as he looks to build on an encouraging campaign that saw a number of squad members made their first-team debuts.

A Llandudno FC spokesman, said: “The club would like to officially place on record its thanks to outgoing head of coaching James Parry, who has decided to step away from the role, for his hard work and dedication to the role throughout last season, and as a club are delighted to be retaining him as our U19's manager.”

The main purpose of the role is to oversee the development of the academy operations by developing players and establishing a sustainable system and approach to coach development within the Academy.

Another prominent task regarding the position is to develop coaches so that they improve and perform to the best of their potential, in addition to enhancing community links.

Anyone interested in applying for the role should send a covering letter and CV to vacancies@llandudnofc.co.uk.

A full job description can be found on the club’s website.