Swim Academy Manager/Teacher

City of Lincoln Pentaqua Swimming Club (CLP) is developing a new Learn to Swim Academy, building on the high quality foundations of a successful learn to swim programme. We are looking for an experienced, self-motivated and enthusiastic swimming teacher to lead our Academy.

CLP is looking for an ASA qualified Level 2 Teacher/Coach or above to become the Academy’s Learn to Swim Manager, developing all aspects of the Academy’s swimming programme.

Pentaqua has a history of developing high quality swimmers, and is rightly proud of the club’s ability to assist every swimmer to achieve their fullest potential at whatever level. The club operates successful competitive and Masters squads, offered in a structured environment, overseen by Ian Turner, former Head of British Swimming.

Hours of work: 16.5 hours per week (14.5hrs teaching, 2hrs admin) –   36 weeks per year. Further hours by negotiation.

Pay: £15 per hour

Location: Lincoln

Status: Self Employed

If this great opportunity is of interest, please contact us for further information on the role and the application process. Closing date for applications is 15th June 2015. Please be aware should you be offered an interview that it will consist of a practical teaching assessment as well as an interview and we will require sight of your qualification certificates.

All enquiries/applications are to be treated as private and confidential by both parties.


Tel: 079 055 436 35

Football Development Officer, David Ross Edcuation Trust

Grade 7 – Actual Salary – £11,989 – £13,052

25 hours p/w

Charnwood College are seeking to recruit a Football Development Officer to be an integral part of the development of football at Charnwood College, with a focus on the new 3G pitch.

The successful applicant will be required to support the delivery of School and Community Sport, whilst developing, implementing and evaluating the Sport Development Programmes.

The role will also focus on increasing both the quantity and quality of sporting opportunities within the community at Charnwood. You will also be expected to coach a sport within the North Charnwood school sports and Physical Activity Network and across Charnwood College catchment primary schools.

Charnwood College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check will be required for all successful applicants.

Please download the job description below for more details.

Completed applications should be sent to Marilyn Phillips on

Closing date for applications is 16 June 2014

(Actual hours of work are to be flexible, by negotiation but will require evening and weekend working)

For more information and an application form, please visit,

Sports Enrichment Officer, David Ross Education Trust

The David Ross Education Trust is looking for an enthusiastic individual to deliver the Trust’s sports enrichment agenda at Skegness Grammar School, Lincolnshire.

Alongside PE staff, the successful candidates will be responsible for helping to create and promote the academy sports offering and work with students to encourage them to take part in the unique opportunities the Trust offers.

The role will include working with our sporting partners to supporting the management of our major tournaments, delivering sports programmes within academies and playing a key role in increasing participation.

The successful applicant will be based at Skegness Grammar School and must be able to display a genuine passion for sport, be energetic and inspiring, as well as outcome driven and well organised.

All applicants are required to submit a CV, completed application form, equal opportunities form and covering letter to

Closing date for applications is noon on 3rd June 2015, with interviews from the week commencing 8th June 2015.

The role will start as soon as possible after interviews and run through until the end of the academic year 2016 (13 months with possible option for further extension).

For more information and an application form, please visit

Schools Officer, Table Tennis England


We  are  looking  for  a  highly  motivated,  organised individual  to  be  part  of our new development team based in Milton Keynes. The individual will be dedicated to extending sporting opportunities to the masses; a team player driven to make a difference. Table Tennis England is the National Governing Body for table tennis in England. During 2013 and 2014 the  organisation  undertook  a  complete  review  of  its  strategic  direction  including  a  significant restructure and governance review to align the organisation with new targets through to March 2017 and beyond. This coincided with a rebranding exercise and a relocation of the Head Office function to Milton Keynes in March 2014. These factors signal a major change in the growth and development of table tennis in the years ahead. This rolewill be an integral part of Table Tennis England’s Development Department supporting the Children and Young People Manager in increasing the participation of young people in schools and
the community.

The role covers two key areas: To organise and administrate all schools and young people focused courses, events and initiatives;  To support the administration and implementation of the ‘Jack Petchey Foundation (JPF) Table Tennis Project’, a generously funded project aimed at increasing youth participation and competition in London and Essex.
Foran  informal  chat, contact Caroline  Howkins,

Children  and  Young  People  Manager  on 01908  208884  or  07925  583087

A  relocation  package  may  also  be  available  to  suitable applicants. The closing date for applications is Thursday 4th June 2015. Email your CV and completed application form to

Interviews will be held on Friday 12th or Monday 15thJune 2015 in Milton Keynes.

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 585580 and ask for Tom Armstrong for more information.