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Sports Community Coach job

Chris Sexton
2:04pm, Tue 27th Aug 2019
Cardinals in the Community have opportunities to join their award winning Community Coaching programme.

For more information, please see the attached document. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Job Title: Sports Community Coach.

Department: Cardinals in the Community

Reports to: Jane Spong Head of Youth / Community

Requirements:

Minimum Level One Qualified
Valid First Aid and Safeguarding Qualifications.
Able to drive and access to vehicle.
Complete a CITC DBS Check

Job Description:

Due to the growing demand of Cardinals in the Community services, we have a variety of coaching hours available in local schools delivering a variety of sports within curriculum time and afterschool clubs commencing in September 2019.

Key Responsibilities:

• To be an ambassador for Cardinals in the Community Scheme.
• Have experience of working with 5--11 year olds and deliver effective and enjoyable coaching sessions following session plans.

Hours: Variable during school term.

Payment: Details available on request. Paid Monthly in arrears into your nominated bank account.

Please contact Jane Spong/Chris Sexton on 01483 772470 or email chris.community@wokingfc.co.uk for further details.

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