Sports & Fitness Activator, University of Lincoln


Full Time

The Sports Centre plays an important role in providing opportunities that enhance the student and staff experience. Working in a customer driven environment the role is critical in supporting the efficient operation of the centre by providing a professional sports and fitness service to all users of the centre.

Reporting to the Duty Manager, you will be required to work to a shift pattern including evenings, weekends and public holidays. There are 2 vacancies available for this position.

There may be an opportunity to provide professional gym inductions for all new members along with delivering a full range of exercise classes each week. You will be required to create your sessions around the facilities and equipment available to you and this will be remunerated accordingly.

Deadline: August 23rd

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Sports Lecturer, United in the Community

SALARY: Competitive

HOURS: 35 Hours a week                            


RESPONSIBLE TO: Education Officer

RESPONSIBLE FOR:  No Line Management duties

LIAISES WITH: Heads of Departments, External bodies and organisations


The purpose of the Sports Lecturer is to support the delivery of our Education Programme. Provide high-quality teaching, to create effective opportunities for learning and to enable all learners to achieve to the best of their ability.

The employee will also ensure that all work undertaken is delivered in accordance with all policies and procedures of United in the Community.

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Maths & English Tutor, United in the Community

SALARY: Competitive

HOURS: 3 per week (40 Weeks a year)


RESPONSIBLE TO:   Education Officer

RESPONSIBLE FOR: No line management responsibilities

LIAISES WITH:  Education Officer, Sports Lecturers, Administrator, LSA’s


To act under the direction and or supervision of the Education Officer to prepare and deliver Maths/English qualifications to a range of learners as part of their programme of study, which may include delivery to 16 – 18, 19+.  The post holder will work with colleagues to ensure that all learners requiring Maths/English provision are guided to the most appropriate qualification and level.

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Learning Support Assistant, United in the Community

SALARY: £7.81 per hour        

HOURS: 17.5 Hours (40 Weeks)


RESPONSIBLE TO: Education Officer

RESPONSIBLE FOR: No line management responsibilities

LIAISES WITH: Education Officer, Sports Lecturers, Administrator, Other LSA’s


To act under the direction and or supervision of the Education Officer to provide support to students on programme who have been identified as having additional learning support needs.

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Event Maker, Lincolnshire Sport


Purpose of the role

The role of the Lincolnshire Sport Event Maker is to support the event workforce to deliver a range of events throughout the year. These events will be both Lincolnshire Sport and partner led. Examples of events include Activities 4 All, Lincolnshire Show, Market Rasen 10k and Street Games. An Event Maker needs to be over the age of 18.

Person specification:

Lincolnshire Sport is looking to recruit volunteers who have:

  • Initiative, ability to work with little direct supervision, and as part of a team
  • Ability to communicate effectively and provide a positive experience of all participating
  • Ability to work under pressure and provide good customer service
  • Ability to travel across the county
  • If required by the event; complete a DBS (formerly CRB) check.

Applications to be received by Monday 24th August 2015 for the first cohort of Event Makers.

Event Maker training will take place on Saturday 5th September 2015 at Eco One, Ingham.

Become a Coach and Instructor Pro Member with Lincolnshire Sport

Lincolnshire Sport is looking for coaches who can deliver sports within a Primary school setting. We require lead coaches to deliver sessions across a number of different sports, within the Educational environment. Sign up to the Lincolnshire Coach and Instructor Network (CIN) and become a Pro Member to have:

  • Opportunities to increase deployment through being seen as a quality deliverer as checks are completed by Lincolnshire Sport and endorsed by Lincolnshire County Council Children’s Services
  • Coach observation and Personal Development Planning
  • The opportunity to become a coach in a select group of coaches to be utilised by Lincolnshire Sport which can lead to possible opportunities for paid work
  • Opportunities to link with Regional and National Partners

Lincolnshire Sport, works collaboratively with National Governing Bodies, Sport England and Sports Coach UK to ensure the following Minimum Standards for active Coaches are in place and/or coaches/instructors have the opportunity to achieve them.

All ‘Pro’ Members must have or be working towards;

  • Minimum Level 2 Qualification (National Governing Body or Fitness related)
  • Public Liability insurance
  • Safeguarding Course Attendance
  • First Aid
  • Able to link sports sessions to National Curriculum Standards (through relevant training or experience)
  • Fully DBS Checked (previously Enhanced CRB)

Contact or call 01522 730 325 and ask for Rachel Belcher for more information.