Published Friday, 21 February 2014
Speculation has been mounting over who will occupy the dugout at Windsor Park. (© Presseye)
Jeffrey, who has been at the club for over 20 years and served as manager for the past 17 announced at the weekend he is to step down.
On Friday a job advertisement appeared in the Belfast Telegraph appealing for those interested in the position of head coach.
The role, according to the ad, will involve, running the club including organising its coaching and scouting structure, handling training sessions, preparing for matches and player recruitment.
The club has said the successful candidate will also have to liaise with supporters' organisations, local media and the community.
Interestingly the club has not ruled out candidates who wish to continue their careers on the pitch as a player manager.
The successful candidate, the advertisement says, should hold a UEFA Pro coaching licence and the salary is negotiable.
Bookies favourite for the position includes the likes of former Hibs boss Pat Fenlon, Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter and Ballymena head coach and Linfield legend Glenn Ferguson.
There has also been speculation linking Northern Ireland favourites David Healy and Iain Dowie to the job.
Those interested in the position should apply in writing to the club attaching an up-to-date CV and two references.
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