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Job title: PE and Sports Specialist
To help develop our Junior Programme, we are looking to recruit an experienced and dynamic person to deliver high quality physical education lessons, sports coaching sessions and sporting events. This is a great opportunity for someone with excellent organisational skills and enthusiasm to motivate others.
Conditions: 30 hour (flexible) contract fixed until 31 August 2017 (potential to renew contract). A competitive salary with opportunities for extra hours and excellent opportunities for professional development.
To effectively plan, prepare and deliver coaching sessions in line with the National Curriculum with the purpose of:
- Increasing sports participation and physical activity
- Improving the health and well-being of children
- To deliver and plan coaching sessions in line with the National Curriculum, where everyone involved develops their skills, knowledge and understanding of sport
- To deliver coaching sessions where everyone involved develops their confidence and appreciation of sport
- To work closely with school teachers to help them improve their understanding of physical education
- To liaise with partners, e.g. school staff, to ensure the smooth running of any project or programme
- To collate information, including participant details, case studies, photographs and videos to assist in reporting to the project funders, (Premier League Charitable Fund)
- To lead by example when working with Junior Coaches, involving them in sessions and supporting their development
- To be prepared for flexible work patterns and unsociable hours
- To comply with all relevant Health and Safety, Safeguarding and Data Protection policies and procedures
- To risk assess all activities
- To ensure equality and eliminate any direct or indirect discriminatory practices and behaviour
- To manage accidents or incidents according to company policy
- To undertake training and CPD as necessary relevant to the post
- To use various techniques to measure impact of delivery
Qualifications and Training:
- National Governing Body Level 2 in Sports Coaching
- Level 3 in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School Sport, (see notes below)
- Emergency First Aid
- Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable People
- Full UK Driving Licence and access to car
- Additional sports coaching qualifications; Multi-sports, fitness, dance, outdoor and adventurous activities would be an advantage
- Two years coaching experience
- Excellent interpersonal skills and proven ability to work within a team
- Excellent attention to detail
- Self-motivated and ability to work on own initiative
- A knowledge and understanding of Physical Education within Primary and/or Secondary Schools
- A knowledge and understanding of personal health and fitness
- A knowledge of Health and Safety and/or Welfare, Safeguarding and Data Protection policies and procedures
- Experience of managing, promoting and delivering events would be desirable
- Experience of using computer software to manage data would be desirable
- Experience of using technology to deliver or evaluate work would be desirable
Closing date: Tuesday, 28th June
Practical Assessment dates: 5th or 6th July
Interview dates: 7th or 8th July
For an informal discussion regarding this post please contact Richard Dexter, School Sport Project Co-ordinator, on (01482) 358371.
To apply: Please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter FAO: Richard Dexter to email@example.com
Please note: We will accept applicants without the Level 3 in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School Sport however, successful applicants must be able to attend training on 20th-21st July.
The Tigers Trust actively promotes Equal Opportunities in employment and welcomes applications from all parts of the community.
The Tigers Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and employees to share this commitment.
All offers of employment are subject to receipt of references and a DBS clearance.
The Tigers Trust is seeking dynamic, enthusiastic and committed Trustees who can use their skills, knowledge and experience to support the charity to deliver its new strategy and fulfil its vision.
Tigers Trust’s vision: To become a recognised leader of local sport.
The Trust is a financially independent charity serving Hull and East Yorkshire and is connected to Hull City Football Club, a profile we use to our advantage when going about our mission.
Tigers Trust’s mission: Using the power of professional sport we will engage people of all ages and backgrounds within Hull and East Yorkshire an enable them to enjoy sport and physical activity.
Through sport and physical activity, the Trust will make a difference to around 20,000 people each year. Short-term outcome focused projects and services aim to have a long-term impact.
Long term strategic outcomes:
- Physical & Mental Wellbeing
- Individual Development
- Social & Community Development
The Tigers Trust has grown considerably over the last few years and sustaining the good work and improving standards is a priority for the Board of Trustees. The Board, currently consisting of four members, is seeking to appoint additional independent Trustees.
Applications are invited from people who have operated at a senior level in the public, private or voluntary sectors and can support the Tigers Trust’s development in the following key areas; Health, Education, Enterprise, Career Advice or improving the charity internally i.e. Finance, Law, Marketing, Human Resources and Fundraising.
Women and people from ethnic minorities are under represented on the Board and applications are particularly welcomed from these groups. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and must not be disqualified under the Charities Act, including if you:
- Have an unspent conviction for an offence involving dishonesty or deception, (such as fraud).
- Are bankrupt or have entered into a formal arrangement, (e.g. an individual voluntary arrangement), with a creditor.
- Have been removed as a Company Director or Charity Trustee because of wrongdoing.
Trustees must be willing to commit up to fifteen days a year for an initial term of three years. The Board meets four times per year as a minimum, with additional meetings scheduled in good time, if and when required.
As an appointed Trustee you would fulfil six key roles:
1. Ensuring the charity is carrying out its purposes for the public benefit.
2. Complying with the charity’s governing document and the law.
3. Acting in the charity’s best interests at all times.
4. Managing the charity’s resources responsibly.
5. Acting with reasonable care and skill.
6. Ensuring the charity is accountable.
Please note this is a voluntary position.
Please send your applications, detailing why you would be suitable for the position, to:
Mr John Davies, Trust Manager, Tigers Trust, KC Stadium, East Stand, The Circle, Walton Street, Hull, HU3 6HU, or via E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: Friday, 10th June
To find out more about the Tigers Trust please visit our website: http://tigerstrust.co.uk/
or telephone: (01482) 358371.