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The Tigers Sport and Education Trust is looking to hire two Junior Football and Sports Coaches through an intermediate apprenticeship, working 30 hours a week. These positions will support various local and national initiatives. 
 
The main programmes to support will include the Premier League’s Primary Stars and Weekly Football Programmes. Staff will also be expected to support the delivery of other Trust programmes including birthday parties and holiday courses
 
Successful applicants will work towards an Intermediate Level Apprenticeship which will include completion of: 
 
• Active IQ Level 2 Award in Safeguarding and Protecting Children and Vulnerable Adults 
• Active IQ Level 2 Certificate in Leading Health-Related Activity Sessions 
• Functional Skills 
 
You can view the full standard of the apprenticeship by clicking here. 
 
Work required to complete the qualifications will come from one to one tuition, worked carried out in the job role and classroom-based delivery. 
 
In addition to the education framework the successful candidates will also have the opportunity to complete the FA Introduction to Coaching Football and a wide range of coach education programmes. 
 
During the apprenticeship you will be expected to undertake a number of key roles including: 
 
• Supporting frontline activities on a variety of programmes and projects including Primary Stars and Football Delivery, with the Tigers Trust, Club and Partners. 
• Planning, developing and evaluating delivery of programme activity to meet the desired objectives of the Tigers Trust. 
• Supporting the day to day running of sports facilities. 
• Administrative duties including processing participant data and dealing with bookings. 
 
By the end of the programme apprentices will have experienced a wide range of Tigers Trust programmes, including primary schools coaching, holiday courses and birthday parties, gaining valuable skills and experience to enable them the opportunity to progress onto an advanced apprenticeship. 
 
Candidates are expected to be: 
 
• Enthusiastic and motivated to make a positive impact on participants 
• Excellent communicators to a wide range of audiences (teachers, children, parents, colleagues) 
• Cooperative team players 
• Highly organised 
• Have a good understanding of ICT programmes 
• Driven and able to work to own initiative 
• Passionate about sport and the impact it can have on the community 
• Experienced in supporting children/young people  
 
Personal qualities: 
 
• Reliable 
• Enthusiastic 
• Adaptable 
• Self-motivated 
• Flexible 
 
Desired qualifications: 
 
Ideally candidates will have a minimum of 4 GCSE pass grades or equivalent, including Maths and English, although support can be given to candidates who are willing to retake. 
 
The length of the apprenticeship will last a minimum of 12 Months and 1 Week with an expected duration of 17 months. 
 
You can view the full job description here. 
 
Please fill out the application form below outlining why you are the best person for the role and how you meet the job criteria, once completed please email the form to [email protected] 
 
APPLICATION FORM - CLICK HERE 
 
Closing date for applications - Sunday 30th June 
Possible start date - Monday 29th July 
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