Albion in the Community 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 local community. We are very keen to establish a diverse coaching team, therefore, if you have experience in delivering multi sports then get in touch!
These roles will be responsible for coaching multi-sports and develop all ability children and adults, mainly in the 4-18 age group, whilst supporting the development officers with relationship management and securing new business.
These roles will involve primarily delivering after school clubs, soccer schools, holiday courses and coaching within our invitation and development centres. There are future opportunities to extend into curriculum and evening work as our projects establish themselves.
To read our job description and person specification for our coaching roles, please click here. To read more about our valued work in the community, please visit our website: http://albioninthecommunity.org.uk/
Applicants must have a recognised NGB level 1 or 2 coaching certificate and have a valid FA Emergency Aid Certificate and valid FA Safeguarding Children Certificate. Preferably, candidates will have a level 3 certificate in supporting the delivery of PE and School Sport.
Applicants must have experience of planning and delivering coaching sessions in multi-sport and working with or in schools, colleges or youth groups. Preferably, candidates will have a full and clean driving license and their own transport as our coaches will be required to work at various locations across Sussex (primarily West Sussex, East Sussex and Brighton & Hove).
To apply for this great opportunity, please email a completed Equal Opportunities form, CV and covering letter to email@example.com. To download the Equal Opportunities monitoring form, please click here.
Closing date for applications: 5.00pm on Monday 31st October Assessment centre likely to be held week commencing 8th November 2016.
BHAFC / AITC are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
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