08 Feb VACANCY – WWSET Sessional Coaches
Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust are always looking for new and talented coaches to join our well-established community coaching team. This is your opportunity to share your experience and knowledge to make a contribution to your the local community. We are very keen to expand our highly professional and experienced coaching team so if you feel you tick the boxes below then please get in touch!
The Sessional Community Coach will be responsible for coaching football and/or multi-sports and developing children of all abilities, mainly in the 4-12 age group, whilst supporting the Activity Programme Manager with maintaining & building strong relationships with our current school/club partners in Buckinghamshire.
Candidates for the role must be enthusiastic, energetic, reliable, have excellent communication skills, and have previous experience of football or sport delivery within a school setting.
The role will mainly involve delivering the following:
After school clubs (delivered between 3pm-5pm)
Curriculum time sessions (delivered between 1pm – 3pm)
Holiday courses (delivered between 10am-3pm during half terms and school holidays)
WWSET recognise that employing talented and dedicated staff is critical if we are to continue increasing our range of programmes, growing our strong reputation, and maximising the positive impact we have within High Wycombe and the surrounding areas. Therefore, please ensure that your application takes into account the necessary skills and experiences that are required to complete the role successfully, all of which can be seen below.
Job Description & Person Specification:
– Plan, organise and deliver high-quality sessions across all existing and future programmes
– To develop strong and long lasting links with schools and grass roots clubs achieved by ensuring that the level of WWSET service delivery is of the very highest standard.
– Devise activities that ensure individuals and groups of participants are motivated, stretched and challenged at appropriate levels across all programmes.
1 FA Level 1 Football Coach (FA Level 2 desirable)
2 FA First Aid Level 1 (Introduction to First Aid in Football)
3 FA Safeguarding Children Certificate
4 AfPE Level 3: Supporting PE & School Sport (Desirable but not essential)
Skills, Knowledge & Experience
1 Experience of planning and delivering football or multi-sports coaching sessions
2 Experience working with young people
3 Experience of using a range of strategies to engage various groups of learners
4 Excellent organisational skills
5 Experience working in a school environment
6 Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills
7 Outstanding customer service skills
8 Ability to work without constant supervision
9 Knowledge and understanding of safeguarding issues
1 Act as a role model
2 A genuine team player
3 Flexible and positive attitude
4 A drive to raise the frequency and quality of sports participation
5 A willingness to work evenings and weekends
1 Full appreciation and commitment to the WWSET vision, mission, aims & objectives
2 A determination to encourage the highest quality of learning experience for all participants
3 Able to forge strong working relationships both internally & externally
4 Flexible and positive attitude towards duties and working hours
5 Passionate about helping others to achieve personal gains
6 Highly motivated and enthusiastic
7 Committed to continuous self-development – receptive to feedback about own behaviour, strengths and areas for improvement
1 Driving licence and access to a car with insurance for business use
Rate of Pay: £15-25 per session (dependant on qualifications & experience)
All suitable applicants will be invited to Adams Park for interview. If successful at the interview stage then a practical interview will be organised.
As part of the recruitment process, a DBS certificate, as well as satisfactory references, must also be obtained.
WWSET is a charity committed to equality and the recruitment process for the role being advertised will adhere to the latest equality legislation. WWSET are also fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
To apply, please send a full CV and covering letter to Activity Programme Manager – Andrew Homent on firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date – Ongoing
Interviews from – Arranged upon receipt of CV