Coupons by Education - 19 results
Employer: Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation
Location: London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Job Type: Permanent (Part time)
How to Apply: please send a CV and covering letter to the Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation: By email: email@example.com
By mail: Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation, c/o Langdon Park School, Bright Street, Poplar, London, E14 0RZ
Whilst basketball has always attracted a relatively small but dedicated core of support in Tower Hamlets, the sport has received a major boost over the past year. Whilst Greenhouse Schools have supplied welcome additional coaching in two secondary schools, the Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation also created a Basketball Development Officer post in partnership with Reach and Teach, who lead the game’s development in London.
The 2015-16 season will see the first Tower Hamlets Basketball Academy teams entered into the Community Basketball League and it is our ambition to enter teams into the National Basketball League in 2016-17.
We now seek a sessional basketball coach to work alongside our Basketball Development Officer, who demonstrates the following qualities:
• Qualified to Level 2 standard or above
• An ability to deliver safe, engaging and progressive coaching sessions appropriate to a range of ages
• Experience of coaching young people, both in school and community settings
• Ability to work as part of a team
In return we can provide guaranteed coaching hours during term time, support with professional development and the opportunity to play a key role in an exciting transformation of a borough’s basketball landscape.
The Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation is committed to the safeguarding of young people and as such all successful applicants will be expected to undergo Enhanced DBS Checks.
For an informal discussion about any of these opportunities, please call THYSF’s Club & Community Manager on 0207 987 4811 EXT 359
Closing date: 16 September 2016
Employer: Bloxham School
Salary: To be discussed at interview
Job Type: Fixed Term (Full time)
How to Apply: Please apply using the online application which can be downloaded from our vacancy page http://www.bloxhamschool.com/welcome-to-bloxham/staff-vacancies/ and email the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Work effectively as a member of the rugby department to improve the quality of teaching, coaching and learning.
- The successful applicant will also have experience in one of the other major games of the school is also desirable. (netball/hockey/tennis/cricket)
- Assist with any S&C work in the school’s gym for all pupils for a wide variety of sports and fitness goals.
- Teach, coach and lead sports activities and other extra-curricular sessions as required.
- Assist with organisation of inter-house school competitions.
- Assist with the school’s hosting of opposition pupils, staff and parents on match days.
- May assist with extra-curricular activities in the Lower School (ages 11 to 13).
- Undertake any reasonable tasks as directed by the head of rugby.
- Act as a role-model to pupils through personal presentation and professional conduct.
- Attend departmental INSET training.
If you have any questions regarding this post, please call telephone 01295 724321.
Closing Date for Applications: 15th September 2016.
Employer: University of Chichester
Salary: £34,576 To: £46,414
Job Type: Full Time
How to Apply: All applicants must complete our online application form – www.chi.ac.uk/jobs
The University is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic Senior Lecturer in Sports Performance Analysis. This post would suit an individual who can demonstrate an ability to contribute to the delivery of the curriculum in BSc programmes in Sport and Exercise Science, Sport Science and Coaching, Football Coaching and Performance, Physical Education, and the MSc programme in Sports Performance Analysis. The post would also suit an individual who is in the early stages of their academic career.
As well as the above the successful candidate will contribute to the research activity and supervision of both student research and work placements in Sports Performance Analysis, working with colleagues in the Institute of Sport.
It is essential that you can work well as part of a team, have the ability to foster creative approaches to teaching and learning and scholarship challenges, have effective teaching strategies, have a Masters level professional or academic qualification, experience in design and implementation of analysis methods and extensive subject knowledge in Sports Performance Analysis.
If you would like to view the full job profile for this role, please email email@example.com
* Closing Date: 30 August 2016
* Interview Date: During the week commencing 12 September 2016
Employer: Elite Youth Development Ltd.
Salary: £12-£16 per hour
Job Type: Permanent (Part time)
How to Apply: Please send CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Elite Youth Development is seeking to appoint a coach to work in a primary environment in varying sports and exercise imperatives. Responsibilities range form simple play lead sessions, after school clubs, and PPA/PE session delivery
Requirements for the position are as follows:
– The coach should have qualifications in one or more sports, first aid certification, safeguarding training, and experience in working with young children..
– Applicants should have experience of coaching foundation stage, Key stage 1 and Key stage 2 aged children.
– Excellent communication and organisational skills are essential, as is an understanding of working in a professional and developmental environment.
– An ability to deliver at an age appropriate level to further develop skills is a quality that would be key to the success of the role.
– A driver is preferable but not essential
You will be aged 18+ and successful applicants will be required to undertake a Criminal DBS disclosure check before any delivery can take place.
Positions to start as soon as possible from 1st September
Minimum of 12 hours per week
Location: Enfield/Cheshunt/Ware/Stevenage/St Albans
Closing date: 6 September 2016
Interviews for successful applications will take place within 1 week of application.
Employer: Scottish Student Sport
Salary: Upper Grade 5 – starting salary circa 23k
Location: Tayside and Fife Region, Scotland
Job Type: Fixed term until end Mar 2017 (Full-time)
How to Apply: All applications must be made online via the University of Edinburgh jobs site at the following link.
Scottish Student Sport (SSS) seeks a dynamic individual to lead its development work in the Tayside & Fife region of Scotland.
The Regional Sport Coordinator roles will focus on facilitating increased sports club membership and engagement amongst the student population and will develop key partnerships within the region to help sustain and underpin this activity.
The successful candidate will work closely with the SSS office and a host of partners to extend and strengthen student sport provision across the region.
The member institutions of Scottish Student Sport represent in excess of 500 sports clubs, 50,000 staff and 500,000 students. Through SSS this huge population can enjoy access to well over 100 sport and physical activity events throughout the Academic Year. SSS also provides a whole host of member services to support excellence in the sector and champions the role of student sport in Scotland and beyond.
SSS is supported by sportscotland, the Scottish Funding Council and British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS). Further information about SSS is available via our website.
The Regional Sport Coordinator role
The Regional Sport Coordinator will develop and implement a comprehensive plan to increase club membership and participation levels amongst students in the regional area. They will create clear routes into and exit routes from student sport and will develop positive partnerships with community sports hubs and clubs, SGBs, local authorities and other agencies.
The successful candidate will possess excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills, will be a quick learner and will enjoy working independently and as part of a team. Further details relating to the job are provided as part of the online applications process.
The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 18th August 2016.
Interviews are scheduled to take place on 24th & 25th August with shortlisted candidates being notified by no later than 29th August.
It is intended that the post will commence as soon as possible but no later than end of September 2016.
Scottish Student Sport is an equal opportunities employer and aims to provide a working environment free from any form of harassment, intimidation, victimisation or unjustifiable discrimination. We aim to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, race, colour, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, age or disability. All appointments are made purely on the basis of merit and ability.
Employer: St Mary’s University
Salary: £45,066 per annum
Job Type: Fixed Term (Full time)
How to Apply: Please visit: https://stmarysjobs.engageats.co.uk/
Please reference the Programme Director post you wish you apply for in the supporting statement of your application.
Programme Director x 2
School of Sport, Health and Applied Science
Starting Salary: £45,066 per annum
Since 1850, St Mary’s mission has been to provide a high quality academic and professional environment, inspired by its distinctive ethos and values. The University is an inclusive academic community, where everybody is welcomed.
St Mary’s provides an inspiring and welcoming environment and has a strong, supportive community. The University is proud of the support it gives to its students, and the support is underpinned by the provision of teaching that is student-focused with a strong emphasis on skills and character development.
At St Mary’s you will be encouraged to nurture and educate our students, preparing them to be ready to meet the challenges of today and anticipate those of tomorrow.
The School of Sport, Health and Applied Science is an internationally recognised centre with established expertise and resources in sport, health and exercise sciences. At both undergraduate and postgraduate level, we are committed to offering vocationally relevant programmes of study with the highest academic standards.
The University is one of London’s top-performing sports institutions. Our new £8.5m sports centre was home to athletes from ten teams during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Today, it is a regular training ground for many international athletes.
Currently ranked in the top 20 universities in the UK for teaching satisfaction (Guardian University Guide 2016) and eighth in the country for graduate employment (the Telegraph) St Mary’s University is in an exciting period of growth. We are in the process of developing our Corporate Plan for the next ten years and, in order to achieve our ambitious goals, St Mary’s is pleased to offer 2 Programme Director roles in the School of Sports, Health and Applied Science.
We are looking to appoint 2 Programme Directors to lead and manage the academic programmes ensuring effective student recruitment and retention, a high quality student experience and successful student outcomes.
We seek applications for Programme Directors in the following areas:
• Programme Director for the BSc Sports Coaching Science & FdSc Sports Coaching Programmes.
• Programme Director for the BSc Health and Exercise Science and FdSc Health and Fitness Programmes.
We expect the post holder to undertake the role of Lecturer or Senior lecturer (as appropriate) and to receive some teaching remission from this role (in the amount of 0.4FTE) to undertake the programme management duties.
Closing date: 18 August 2016
Interview date: 28 September 2016
Employer: Cheltenham Ladies’ College
Salary: £20,800 per annum inclusive of holiday pay
Job Type: Fixed Term (Full time)
How to Apply: Please visit the website http://www.cheltladiescollege.org/jobs/current-vacancies/
Two-year fixed-term contract from September 2016
40 hours per week, 40 weeks per year (predominantly term-time)
If you are dynamic and motivated graduate wanting to make a different to people’s lives through sport, this is an exciting time to join College’s PE department.
A new post has arisen as part of College’s commitment to creating a new sports and physical activity strategy to maximise the return from College’s substantial investment in our new sports facilities.
As Graduate Assistant you will support the work of the PE department in delivering the highest quality PE and Sports provision to our girls. You will assist with the teaching and coaching of PE, co-curricular sport and school teams from Year 7 to Year 13. Our ambition is for sport at CLC to have a life-long impact on our girls through the delivery of a cutting edge, innovative and exciting programme of sport and physical activity.
In return, we not only offer a stimulating work environment but also financial (up to £500) and time support to extend your portfolio of coaching awards and benefits such as Sports Centre Membership.
Closing date: Wednesday 10th August 2016 (12.30pm)
Interview date: Monday 22nd August 2016
Employer: BADU Sports Ltd
Job Type: Full Time
How to Apply: Contact email@example.com
BADU Sports teach, support and deliver P.E in Hackney & Tower Hamlets. At BADU Sports we aim to bring fun into our P.E lessons and playground whilst having great behaviour management strategies and discipline. Candidates that apply for this post will be joining a team of enthusiastic coaches and be part of our on-going success.
The successful candidate will :
- Deliver high quality PE lessons in a set school to Primary / Secondary children depending on experience and delivery of P.E.
- Prepare lesson plans and the equipment needed in advance of PE lessons.
- Provide assessments for students and adapt lesson plans based upon the ability of the group.
- Assist in the supervision and organisation of students at break and lunch time, including the lining up process.
- Be confident to provide classroom support and help individuals with their work.
- Work with teachers to mentor and set goals for individuals that need extra sessions (one on one or group).
- Provide a safe and engaging environment for young people to thrive.
- Use sport to develop and mentor young people in a positive way.
- Support the transition of young people from Primary to Secondary school.
- Work within a school environment, building a rapport with the students and creating strong relationships with other members of staff.
BADU Sports benefits :
- On-going training and personal development
- Inset days on the tailor-made BADU Sports Curriculum
- BADU Sports football team (weekly training sessions)
- P.E and Sports related courses
Essential Requirements :
- Have a passion and enthusiasm to work with children.
- Punctual, reliable and well organised.
- Have strong behaviour management & a good knowledge of how to mentor children.
- Experience in working within a coaching or school environment.
- Level Two coaching qualification in at least one sport.
- First aid qualified.
- Current CRB.
- Desirable Sporting qualification at degree level.
- Looking to work full school day hours.
- Experience in teaching P.E in schools: 1 year
Employer: School Games
Salary: Non remunerated
Location: Loughborough University
Job Type: Volunteer (Part time)
How to Apply: Please email your CV, a covering letter, and an application form (downloadable from https://www.gmsportal.co.uk/sg2016/Medical.aspx), which should include the contact details of 2 references, to Charlie McCall, CPO, School Games via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2016 School Games National Finals (branded previously as the “School Games/UK School Games”) is currently appointing medical officers for the Games being held in the host city of Loughborough, UK, on the 1st – 4th September 2016. Up to 2000 school age Elite & National squad athletes will compete over 12 sports in a youth multi-sport games based in an accreditation only athlete village and various sport venues around the city, similar to the set-up of an Olympics or Commonwealth games.
This is the 11th year the School Games event has been run in the UK with athletes competing in home nation representative teams, and the fifth year in its current guise. The 2012 games culminated in a day of competition within Olympic Park using three of the main Olympic venues. Organisational partners of the games include the Youth Sport Trust, Sport England, and government departments (DCMS).
As a part of the legacy of the games, we also seek to recruit medical and physiotherapy officers who do not possess the required experience or qualifications to qualify for the full-remunerated posts, to undertake supervised roles where they can gain valuable experience at multisport games. These voluntary officers will work closely with medical doctor and physiotherapy colleagues whilst at the games.
These roles are not remunerated financially. Successful applicants will receive accommodation, subsistence and transport to, from and during the games as well as some uniform kit.
Closing date: The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 19th February 2016.
Selection Process: Candidates will be informed as to whether they have been successful in shortlisting via email during the week ending 25th March. Interviews will then be held via Skype at a later date (likely to be the 18th July 2016). Final details will be released to successful applicants in due course.
Any further enquiries should be directed to the above email.
Compulsory Attendance at Games: From evening of Wednesday 31st August to closing ceremony end on evening of Sunday 4th September 2016.
SCHOOL SPORT JOB
Employer: St Mary’s University
Location: Twickenham, South West London
Job Type: Permanent (Full Time)
How to Apply: Apply online at https://stmarysjobs.engageats.co.uk/LoginV2.aspx
St Mary’s University is seeking to appoint an EPACC Assistant who can help support the delivery of a ‘High Performance Centre’ for endurance athletics.
St Mary’s University ‘Endurance Performance and Coaching Centre’ is a world class training centre for endurance athletes. This involves many of the best endurance athletes in the country and includes developing student athletes.
You will work alongside the EPACC Coordinator & Performance Coaches. Your responsibilities will include assisting in the day to day administration of the centre and the delivery of training programmes as prescribed by the coaches.
You will be required to assist the EPACC Coordinator & Performance Coaches in a range of duties including, marketing and recruitment; organisation of the London Marathon Camp and other EPACC training camps; managing athlete accommodation on campus; coordinating athlete service provision. Plus any other duties reasonably requested by the EPACC Co-ordinator and Performance Coaches.
Applicants should hold at least a Level one coaching licence and have a specific understanding of endurance athletics, or the appointed person must commit to starting this award within six months of taking the role. You should be passionate about developing as a coach and supporting the development of the EPACC programme. You will have exceptional communication skills and be willing to be flexible in your working hours.Closing date for applications is 21st February 2016.
Interviews are likely to be held on 29th February 2016.