Jobs

Club and Coach Support Officer

East Midlands

25,000 per annum

England Athletics delivers services, support and funding within Athletics. Our role includes working with affiliated clubs, officials, schools, and coaches. We also provide national level competition and work on athlete development beneath world class performance level.

We are currently recruiting for a Club and Coach Support Officer (CCSO) post to cover Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire as part of the Midlands and South West Area team.

This role involves working as part of a team to provide high quality support to athletics clubs and coaches in their local area. A key part of the role will be to effectively deliver the Local Coach Development Programme to raise standards in coaching and support EA affiliated clubs, Athletics Networks and key partners.

The successful candidate will have detailed knowledge and experience of the voluntary sports club sector. Good coaching knowledge or evidence of ability and willingness to acquire coaching knowledge is essential.

All activities delivered must also be inclusive of disability athletics and therefore an inclusive approach to working is essential.

Excellent Microsoft Office Skills are essential, and candidates must either be educated to degree level (or equivalent) or have evidence of continuing professional development.

An understanding of performance sport is desirable.

For more information and to apply for this role, please contact the Area Manager Matt Foad at mfoad@englandathletics.org

The closing date for applications is midday on Wednesday 1st October 2014. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 14th October 2014.

Community Athletics Participation Officer

West Midlands

25,000 per annum

England Athletics delivers services, support and funding within Athletics. Our role includes increasing participation numbers, working with affiliated clubs, officials, schools, and coaches. We also provide national level competition and work on athlete development beneath world class performance level.

We are currently recruiting for a Community Athletics Participation Officer (CAPO) post to cover Birmingham, Black Country and Warwickshire as part of the Midlands and South West Area team.

This role involves working as part of a team to provide high quality support to key partners, athletics clubs and coaches in their local area. A key part of the role will be to effectively work with independent deliverers of community participation projects. The role will also involve building capacity with key clubs to ensure that there are outlets for participants within their community, recruitment of Running Leaders. The role will also include delivery of the Local Coach Development Programme to raise standards in coaching and support EA affiliated clubs, Athletics Networks and key partners.

The successful candidate will have detailed knowledge and experience of the voluntary sports club sector. Good coaching knowledge or evidence of ability and willingness to acquire coaching knowledge is essential.

All activities delivered must also be inclusive of disability athletics and therefore an inclusive approach to working is essential.

Excellent Microsoft Office Skills are essential, and candidates must either be educated to degree level (or equivalent) or have evidence of continuing professional development.

An understanding of performance sport is desirable.

For more information please contact the Area Manager Matt Foad at mfoad@englandathletics.org

The closing date for applications is midday on Friday 26th September 2014. Interviews will take place on Monday 6th October 2014.

Youth Sports Worker -  The Showroom

We require an energetic and enthusiastic person to create and implement youth, physical and sporting activities for young people aged 5-25 years old, including holiday clubs and youth nights both in The Showroom in Lincoln and occasionally at other locations and venues.

To work as part of a team to interact with, support and signpost young people to local services.

Working as part of the team on a 5 out of 7 day rota to include evenings and weekends.

An enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check will be carried out.

Closing date: Midday, Monday 29th September.

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 15th October.

Lincolnshire YMCA is an equal opportunities employer. Charity No: 24301

Visit www.lincsymca.co.uk/jobs/98/youth_and_sports_worker.html for more information.

Community Development Officer – Lincolnshire CVS

Salary NJC Scale 27: £23,188 per annum pro rata

24 hours per week – Fixed term contract to 31st March 2015

Working across East Lindsey you will provide advice and support to develop the capacity of voluntary/community groups and Charities with a view to developing stronger local communities.

As well as effectively promoting all aspects of community action and volunteering, you will be working with local employers to help promote volunteering opportunities and nurture community partners.

Benefits include:
• 25 days holiday per year + public holidays pro rata.
• Pension scheme.
Further details and application packs are available to download from our website

W: www.lincolnshirecvs.org.uk

Alternatively give us a call to request an application pack

T: 01205 365580.

Closing date: Monday 22nd September 2014 @ 12 noon

Interview date: Week commencing Monday 29th September 2014

Lincolnshire County Football Association County FA Football Development Officer (Inclusion)

The Lincolnshire Football Association is looking to appoint a full time (35 hours per week) Football Development Officer (Inclusion). This position reports to the County Development Manager and is responsible for developing inclusive football across Lincolnshire in line with the National Game Strategy. The role encompasses the following areas:

 To support the delivery of the National Game Strategy in Lincolnshire in partnership with key stakeholders, across all six strands; o Growth and Retention – Increasing and sustaining player participation o Raising standards – Creating a safe and positive environment for all people o Better Players – Implementation and management of the player development centre o Running the Game – Establishing effective playing structures for both disabled players and Women & Girls and exploring additional investment opportunities o Workforce – Develop a grassroots volunteer workforce including coaches, referees, administrators and club welfare officers.

o Facilities and Investment – Support community groups to access grants from the Football Foundation and other sources.

 To manage the G.O.A.L for All (Growing Opportunities across Lincolnshire) DFDF Project, ensuring successful delivery of all activities outlined in the Development Plan and associated Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Targets.

 To support the delivery of Women and Girls football across Lincolnshire in partnership with key stakeholders.

You need to be passionate about, and committed to, the development of football at a local level. You must be able to work under pressure, handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines. In addition you must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to positively influence at all levels, have a proven track record of managing staff. You will also need to have a current driving licence and be able to work evenings and weekends.

For further information and a full job description please telephone 08449 670708 or find details on www.lincolnshirefa.com To apply, please send a CV and covering letter with details of your current salary and your salary expectation for the role marked ‘Private and Confidential’ to the County Secretary – Lincolnshire County Football Association, Deepdale Enterprise Park, Deepdale Lane, Nettleham, Lincoln, LN2 2LL Closing date for applications is Friday 26th September 2014 – 5pm. Interviews are scheduled to take place week commencing 6th October 2014. The

Lincolnshire County Football Association is committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community As this role involves direct access to young persons under the age of eighteen, within the context of the job or any subsequently related activities or responsibilities, the successful candidate will undergo a thorough screening process, which will include a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure, to ensure their suitability for the role.

English Federation of Disability Sport: Marketing and Communications Advisor (MCA1)

Job Details

Salary:£26,523-£29,583

Post date: 9 September 2014

Closing date: 23 September 2014

Contact email:jobs@efds.co.uk

Contact address: EFDS, St James’ Building, 79 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 6FQ

Marketing and Communications Advisor Job Description

Directly responsible to: Marketing and Communications Manager

Location: Manchester or Loughborough office (two days a week minimum in Manchester)

Job ref: MCA1

The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is the national charity dedicated to disabled people in sport and physical activity throughout England. Working hard to make active lives possible, we have ambitious plans to ensure disabled people can be active for life. EFDS is now looking to appoint a proactive and self-motivated marketing and communications professional. This role has been created to solely support the National Disability Sport Organisations (NDSOs) to deliver their Inclusive Sports Fund programme.

NDSOs are an important part of EFDS’s Membership and focus on increasing opportunities for people with specific impairments, providing bespoke advice and expertise. They are British Blind Sport, CP Sport, Dwarf Sports Association UK, LimbPower, Mencap Sport, Special Olympics GB, UK Deaf Sport and WheelPower.

Sport England has provided funding to NDSOs through the Inclusive Sports Fund. This enables NDSOs to support National Governing Bodies of sport (NGBs) and other providers to deliver more opportunities for disabled people. In this funding cycle, Sport England is funding EFDS to support NDSOs to deliver their Inclusive Sports Fund programme in the following ways:

Identify and satisfy customer groups’ needs from market research findings in relation to people with specific impairments and within the Sport England funded ISF programme

Effectively plan and promote marketing communications for the ISF programme

Map and reach key customer groups through effective marketing and communications

Actively promote their programmes to a high standard and in a timely manner

Ensure a consistent approach for PR activities

Collate and share better practice

The post holder will sit within EFDS’s Marketing and Communications team but act as a central resource for NDSOs on agreed aspects of marketing and communications.

We offer 25 days holiday plus bank holiday, pension contribution, childcare vouchers and cycle to work scheme. EFDS is an equal opportunities employer and aims to provide a discrimination-free working environment.

To apply for this post please complete and return an application form along with the equal opportunities form. All forms are below.

Completed applications are to be returned by email to jobs@efds.co.uk

Closing date for applications: 23 September 2014

Interview date: Interviews will be held in the Manchester offices on Friday 3 October 2014

For any queries, or support with filling out your application, please call Sarah Marl, Marketing and Communications Manager on 07764 291671 or email smarl@efds.co.uk

http://www.efds.co.uk/about/jobs_in_sport/3125_english_federation_of_disability_sport_marketing_and_communications_advisor_mca1

 

English Federation of Disability Sport: Research and Insight Advisor (RIA1)

Job Details

Salary:£24,993-£29,583

Post date: 9 September 2014

Closing date: 30 September 2014

Contact email:jobs@efds.co.uk

Contact address: EFDS, St James’ Building, 79 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 6FQ

Research and Insight Advisor Job Description

Directly responsible to: Research and Insight Manager

Salary Range: £24,993-£29,583

Job type: Full time, permanent role

Location: Manchester or Loughborough office (two days a week minimum in Manchester)

Job ref: RIA1

The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is the national charity dedicated to disabled people in sport and physical activity throughout England. Working hard to make active lives possible, we have ambitious plans to ensure disabled people can be active for life. EFDS is now looking to appoint a proactive and self-motivated research and insight professional. This role has been created to solely support the National Disability Sport Organisations (NDSOs) to deliver their Inclusive Sports Fund programme.

NDSOs are an important part of EFDS’s Membership and focus on increasing opportunities for people with specific impairments, providing bespoke advice and expertise. They are British Blind Sport, CP Sport, Dwarf Sports Association UK, LimbPower, Mencap Sport, Special Olympics GB, UK Deaf Sport and WheelPower.

Sport England has provided funding to NDSOs through the Inclusive Sports Fund. This enables NDSOs to support National Governing Bodies of sport (NGBs) and other providers to deliver more opportunities for disabled people. In this funding cycle, Sport England is funding EFDS to support NDSOs to deliver their Inclusive Sports Fund programme in the following ways:

Helping to develop research project plans for individual NDSOs, ensuring impairment specific knowledge is captured whilst providing complementary information to other research work being conducted in the sector

Helping to identify possible common research projects across NDSOs and to ensure EFDS research plans reflect NDSO plans

Assisting and guiding NDSOs through the planning, set up, implementation, reporting and presentation of research projects

The post holder will sit within EFDS’s Research and Insight team but act as a central resource for NDSOs on agreed aspects of research and insight.

We offer 25 days holiday plus bank holiday, pension contribution, childcare vouchers and cycle to work scheme. EFDS is an equal opportunities employer and aims to provide a discrimination-free working environment.

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 30 September 2014

Interview date: Interviews will be held in the Manchester offices on Thursday 9 October 2014

To apply for this post please complete and return an application form along with the equal opportunities form. All forms are below.

Completed applications are to be returned by email to jobs@efds.co.uk

For any queries, or support with filling out your application, please call Emma Spring, Research and Insight Manager on 07817 787542 or email espring@efds.co.uk

http://www.efds.co.uk/about/jobs_in_sport/3126_english_federation_of_disability_sport_research_and_insight_advisor_ria1

English Federation of Disability Sport: Communications Officer (COM1)

Job Details

Salary:£23,463-£28,053

Post date: 9 September 2014

Closing date:23 September 2014

Contact email:jobs@efds.co.uk

Contact address:EFDS, St James’ Building, 79 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 6FQ

Communications Officer COM1 Job Description

Directly responsible to: Marketing and Communications Manager
Location: Manchester or Loughborough office (two days a week minimum in Manchester)
Job ref: COM1

The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is the national charity dedicated to disabled people in sport and physical activity throughout England. Working hard to make active lives possible, we have ambitious plans to ensure disabled people can be active for life. EFDS is now looking to appoint a proactive and self-motivated communications professional. The successful candidate will support all aspects of communications, with a strong focus on media relations, stakeholder engagement, digital platforms and social media. They will also support busy project teams, especially the Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All programme, to enhance and grow their promotion activities.

To apply for this post please complete and return an application form along with the equal opportunities form. All forms are below.

Completed applications are to be returned by email to jobs@efds.co.uk

Closing date for applications: 23 September 2014

Interview date: Interviews will be held in the Manchester offices on Monday 6 October 2014

For any queries, or support with filling out your application, please call Sarah Marl, Marketing and Communications Manager on 07764 291671 or email smarl@efds.co.uk

http://www.efds.co.uk/about/jobs_in_sport/3124_english_federation_of_disability_sport_communications_officer_com1

Various positions – United in the Community (UITC)

UITC has developed into one of the largest, and most respected sports community coaching programmes in the area, delivering a diverse range of activities including dance; cheerleading; netball; golf; cycling; fitness; multi sport participation, and of course our core football development programmes.

Voted Blue Square Bet North Community Club of the Year in 2012 (and we were runners up again this year!), we are looking to grow and expand our programme even further.

There is a range of exciting opportunities for a suitably experienced and qualified people to join our team, and help us develop and expand our range of community activities ahead of our move to a new glitzy stadium at The Quadrant.

FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Full Time – 35 Hours a week – Permanent – Competitive Salary

SPORTS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Full Time – 35 Hours a week – Permanent – Competitive Salary

FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT COACHES X 2

Full Time – 35 Hours a week – Permanent – Competitive Salary

COMMUNITY SPORTS COACHES X 2

Full Time – 35 Hours a week – Permanent – Competitive Salary

COMMUNITY SPORTS COACHES

Casual – Competitive Salary

SPORTS LECTURER X 2

Part Time – 25 Hours a week – Permanent – Competitive Salary

ADMINISTRATOR

Full Time – 35 Hours a week – Permanent – Competitive Salary

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

Full Time – 35 Hours a week – Permanent – Competitive Salary

PILGRIMS GOALZ PROJECT COORDINATOR – FUNDED BY BBC CHILDREN IN NEED

Part Time – 20 Hours a week – Fixed Term (3 Years)– Competitive Salary

*Full job descriptions are available on request **All posts are subject to satisfactory DBS Checks and references

HOW TO APPLY

Closing date for applications is Thursday 2nd October at 5pm, and interviews are likely to take place week commencing Monday 13th October 2014 at The Jakemans Stadium, the home of Boston United Football Club.

One of our application packs can be obtained by contacting:

CONTACT: HOLLY MAIDENS

HOLLY.MAIDENS@BUFC.CO.UK

AT: THE JAKEMANS STADIUM | YORK STREET | BOSTON | PE21 6JN

01205 364406

WWW.PILGRIMSUITC.CO.UK

 

Part time multi-sport coach – Hurricane Sports

Salary: Negotiable

Location: Lincoln

Closing Date: 15/09/2014

We are looking for enthusiastic and inspiring individuals with the ability to enthuse others and are committed to delivering high energy, progressive and developmental learning opportunities for children.

The role is for Part Time Sports Coaches to coach over a range of breakfast, lunchtime and afterschool clubs in primary schools in and around the Lincolnshire area.

The Role:

You will be working as a Sports Coach in local primary schools, so it is essential you have up to date DBS clearance.

You must be reliable, punctual and enthusiastic and ideally have experience of working with Primary School Children.

We offer competitive hourly rates of pay with an incentive scheme, flexible working hours and ongoing training.

Essential

All applicants MUST be:

•DBS checked

•1st Aid Qualified

•Good communicator and fluent in English

•Experience of working well with children

•Able to travel using own transport

Desirable

• Sports Coaching or Physical Education Degree or equivalent.

• Level 2 Sports Coaching qualification(s).

• Experience of coaching/teaching primary school activities.

Hurricane Sports are an energetic and rapidly growing company who provide qualified sports coaches to educations centres and sports clubs in the East Midlands

We pride ourselves on encouraging and inspiring children to become and stay involved in sport.

How to apply

Send your CV and covering letter to garyjohnson@hurricanesports.co.uk

For more info on who we are and what we do, visit our website: www.hurricanesports.co.uk

Club Development Coordinator at British Gymnastics – East Midlands

British Gymnastics has the following permanent full time post based in the East Midlands Region

Club Development Coordinator (Covering – Derbyshire, Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire)

37 hours per week

Salary

£17,638.00 to £22,773.50 per annum, depending on experience

Summary

The overall purpose of this role is to work in partnership with clubs, volunteers and local organisations, to implement and deliver local initiatives that will increase the quality of provision and the participation levels within the sport; and contribute to the delivery of the Area Plan aligned to the organisation’s development goals.

The Role

The Person

The ideal applicant will be based within the East Midlands and will have/be able to demonstrate:

An in-depth knowledge of gymnastics activities within the Area and be hands-on in facilitating and delivering key initiatives and projects

Be able to demonstrate a broad range of skills including communication/interpersonal skills for meetings, training sessions and relationship building

Have competent administration/IT skills for correspondence, funding applications, presentations, budgetary management etc.

Possess a broad knowledge of gymnastics and its disciplines/pathways, regional/national structure etc.

Have sport development experience or a relevant qualification in Sport Studies/Development

A full UK driving licence and access to a car for work.

British Gymnastics is an equal opportunities employer and aims to provide a discrimination-free working environment. We are committed to an action plan and policy in line with the Equality Act 2010, which ensures that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment because of a protected characteristic.

To apply for this post visit http://www.british-gymnastics.org/career-at-bg/4267-club-development-coordinator-east-midlands

Tel: 0845 129 7 129 ext 2398

Email: HR@british-gymnastics.org

Closing date for applications: Midnight 21st September 2014

Interview date: Friday 3rd October 2014, Venue – Burleigh Court, Loughborough University

Unfortunately, only those applicants selected for interview will be contacted

Part Time Community Sports Coach (Maternity Cover) – LCFC

Lincoln City FC Sport & Education Trust are a local charity organisation who is looking to recruit a Part Time Community Sports Coach (30 hours) to support our delivery within the community and education.

The trust is currently a registered Charity whose aims are to provide sporting and educational opportunities throughout Lincolnshire. Our work includes disability, PPA, after school clubs, social inclusion, health plus much more.

We are looking for a well-motivated individual who can work as part of a team and as an individual plus be required to complete the necessary administration around each session you deliver.

For more information about the role please view the job description and person specification on our website www.lcfcset.com

In order to apply for a position as a Part Time Community Coach with Lincoln City FC Sport & Education Trust please send a completed CV and covering letter  addressed to Paul Hamnett, Trust Manager, Lincoln City FC Sport & Education Trust, Sincil Bank Stadium, Lincoln, LN5 8LD or email paul.hamnett@redimps.com

Closing Date: Monday 15th September 2014, 12pm

Operations Assistant - De Aston Sports Centre

(Casual Hours)

De Aston Sports Centre has a vacancy for an outgoing & friendly Operations Assistant. You must demonstrate a positive attitude and be committed to achieving high standards of customer service.

You will join our existing team in carrying out a range of duties including FOH, cleaning, setting up and taking down of equipment. You must take pride in your work, always be punctual, organised and reliable.

You will be required to work evenings and weekends.

Successful Candidate –

Qualifications –

First Aid at Work (preferred not essential)

To apply please send covering letter and CV to: Dan Blanchard at the address below or

Email: DanielBlanchard@everyoneactive.com

Closing Date: TBC

Lincolnshire Sport Board of Trustees

Lincolnshire Sport is looking to recruit new members to the board of Trustees. The Trustees are responsible for the strategic direction, governance and development of this highly regarded sports charity based in Lincoln. The role requires someone with strategic vision and an understanding of the voluntary, community and sport sector. The Trustees set overall policy, targets and evaluate performance for this thriving sporting organisation that supports voluntary and community sports groups throughout Lincolnshire.

This is an exciting opportunity to support a dedicated staff and volunteer team who offer a range of services to local sporting groups, community clubs and other charitable organisations.

Trustee Board Meetings are held six times a year, you will also be expected to attend various meetings and events throughout the year. The constitution reflects this as a 3 year post.

For more information please contact Janet Inman (CEO) on 07766 540 735, or email your CV to janet.inman@lincolnshiresport.com

Sports coaches – Inspire+

Sports charity Inspire+ is looking to increase its team of Sports Coaches who are supporting local schools in delivering their teaching and coaching aspirations in South West Lincolnshire.

Sport Coaches have the opportunity on a part-time basis to not only deliver within PE, supporting school staff to become more confident and able, but also in school sports clubs in both the secondary and primary setting. Curriculum training will be given to Sports Coaches that wish to deliver PE. There are also opportunities to coach in school holidays through our popular Inspire+ Olympic Sports Camps.

If you hold a UKCC level 2 sport award or gymnastics/dance equivalent, have the drive, commitment, dedication and enthusiasm to make a difference then we would love to hear from you. Please send your CV to Vincent Brittain, Inspire+, Belton Lane Primary School, Green Lane, Grantham, NG31 9PP or by email vincent.inspireplus@gmail.com.

Should you wish to discuss this opportunity informally please contact Vincent Brittain on 01476 578137. To find out more about Inspire+ and the work the charity is involved in supporting schools with please visit our website www.inspireplus.org.uk

Please note that we do not accept CV’s by way of application or online application via other websites, you must complete a Grantham College application form.

All employment offers are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.

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:

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;

Contact coaching@lincolnshiresport.com or call 01522 585580 and ask for Tom Armstrong for more information.

 

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