Coupons by Handball - 3 results
Employer: Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation
Salary: £20-£25 per hour
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
The Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation has recently formed an exciting partnership with England Handball that sees one of their two Development Managers for London based in Tower Hamlets. Three days of the new post-holder’s role is dedicated to introducing and growing handball within Tower Hamlets but the demand for Handball coaching in school and community settings is already outstripping supply, partly fueled by changes to GCSE PE practical assessment changes.
We are now seeking a sessional handball coach to increase our capacity and work alongside our Handball 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 growing and establishing handball in Tower Hamlets.
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 this opportunity, please call THYSF’s Club & Community Manager on 0207 987 4811 EXT 359
Closing date: 16 September 2016
Employer: Living Sport
Salary: £15,834 – £20,057 (Part-time post – 15 hours per week pro-rata)
Location: Focus on Cambridge city and work across the county
Job Type: Fixed Term (Part time)
How to Apply: Apply at http://www.livingsport.co.uk/job/handball-activator-2/
Contract Length: 12 months
Reporting to: Project Officer (NGB)
Purpose of job: To be responsible for delivering a number of outcomes around education and community engagement as agreed with England Handball which increases handball participation. Focus area of Cambridge City with some work across the County.
1. To increase the number of schools engaged in England Handball National Schools competition (U13 & U15).
2. To develop and deliver a handball satellite club and investigate options to develop similar opportunities to grow handball provision for young people in Cambridge City.
3. To support Cambridge Handball Club with the delivery of 2 additional satellite clubs as required.
4. To develop handball opportunities within secondary schools around School Games, organise Continuous Professional Development opportunities and encourage transition to community settings.
5. To increase the number of community handball sessions across the County with a specific focus on Cambridge City.
6. To offer support to local handball clubs as required.
7. To increase the number of FE/HE establishments engaged with handball, particularly in relation to competitive opportunities.
8. To support the sustainability of activity by identifying and training potential community volunteers.
9. To build and maintain strong working relationships with NGB staff and the local sporting workforce, including clubs and volunteers.
10. To ensure all resources and information are used effectively and in compliance with appropriate guidelines, and to support the achievement of targets and completion of internal and external monitoring and evaluation and project reporting.
11. To support the development and implementation of marketing and communications plans.
12. To support the promotion of quality standards in sport, particularly around equity and safeguarding.
13. To perform any other duties and tasks which are appropriate to this role and commensurate with the grading of the post.
There will be frequent requirement to work unsocial hours (evenings and weekends) and for travel around the partnership area and further afield which will necessitate the postholder having a driving licence and access to car available for use for work purposes (including business cover insurance).
Closing date: 12 August 2016
Interview date: 22 August 2016
Employer: England Handball
Salary: Voluntary with reasonable expenses
Job Type: Volunteer (Part time)
How to Apply: Applications are sought from suitably qualified individuals through the submission of a CV and letter which outlines their suitability for the role. This should be sent to David Meli, CEO (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The England Handball Association is the national governing body for the sport of Olympic handball including the delivery of participation programmes, competitions & events, and the development of a suitably trained and deployed workforce. As part of the continuing development of its governance structure, the EHA is seeking to appoint an independent Non-Executive Director (Membership & Disciplinary) to support the Board and executive team.
The position is available on a four-year term in line with the EHA’s Articles of Association.
• To act as the Board Member with specific responsibility for the strategic oversight of the Membership & Disciplinary Business Area for England Handball, including:
o safeguarding matters
o disciplinary matters
o complaints & grievances
• To chair meetings of any Disciplinary Panel that may be set up as required to deal with relevant non-competition related issues.
• To liaise with the independent Chair of the Competitions Disciplinary Committee regarding all handball competition related on and off court disciplinary issues.
• To assist the Chief Executive to select and appoint appropriately qualified members, and persons from outside the sport, to support the EHA in membership and disciplinary matters.
• To work with colleagues (in particular the Chief Executive) to undertake any specific project agreed by the EHA Board to support aspects of membership and disciplinary work for England Handball.
• To report to the EHA Board on progress and any other issues which may arise within the business area.
• To represent the EHA at relevant meetings, conferences and/or other events, as may arise from time to time.
A copy of the role description for this position, including duties, functions and a person specification are available from the England Handball website (www.englandhandball.com/jobs-in-handball/). A copy of the EHA Board Code of Conduct, to which all directors are expected to adhere, is also provided.
In line with its policy on Equality & Diversity, the EHA is keen to encourage applications from women and members of black and minority ethnic groups as well as people with a disability.
Closing date: 22 July 2016
Interview date: 8 August 2016