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Employer: Regional Hockey Associations
Salary: £150 per day
Location: Performance Centres – Various National UK
Job Type: Part Time
How to Apply: Please send a CV and one page cover letter to the relevant Regional Hockey Association. Please include the names and contact information of two independent referees who have knowledge of you in a hockey/coaching capacity. Please also indicate if you are applying to any other Performance Centres. Please supply the following:-
- Scanned copy of current First Aid certificate
- Scanned copy of current SCUK Safeguarding & Protecting Children certificate
- Proof of valid coaching insurance
Performance Centres are an exciting development in The Player Pathway and will be introduced in January 2017. There will be seventeen Performance Centres strategically located across England to maximise opportunity and player development. Through the delivery in Performance Centres, England Hockey and the Regions want to move talent development to a higher level.
Performance Centres aim to:
- Develop an oversupply of high calibre players for National Age Group Squads
- Provide frequent, exceptionally high quality contact time for a targeted group of players
- Provide appropriate competition to support player development
- Provide high quality education that effectively prepares young players for performance environments
The RHA will be appointing two Lead Coaches to each Performance Centre (one per gender).
ROLE SUMMARY: LEAD COACH
We are looking for exceptional Lead Coaches who:
- Can work within a team of coaches to create an intensive and pressurised training environment to encourage the development of effective decision makers and highly skilled players who can repeatedly perform under pressure
- Will consistently apply the Golden Thread and National Skills Priorities, instilling the Overarching Principles, and lead the overall technical and tactical programme
- Can work with the England Hockey appointed Head Coach to maximise the delivery of the coaching team within the Performance Centre
- Create a working plan for delivery of all pitch sessions with the other appointed members of the Performance Centre coaching team; effectively applying National Development Themes and the Golden Thread
- Alongside the Head Coach, lead the delivery of pitch sessions
- Be involved in the planning and delivery of educational content within on and off pitch sessions; maximising the skill sets of all coaches
- Work with the Performance Centre regional management and administrative systems to support delivery and respect any regulations set out in the regional terms of reference for the Performance Centre
- In an intense, training and competition environment, prioritise player development over competition result
- Work with young athletes and be responsible for their welfare and protection
- Support the Head Coach to produce summative written feedback for players
Work with all coaches within the centre as a team to meet summative player feedback and selection requirements, including:
- Compose and deliver feedback to players (both formative and summative)
- Contribute to the production of summative written feedback
- Any other reasonable requests
- Attend regional CPD days/events
- Encourage a connected approach with Academy Centre activity, advocating openness and dialogue relating to players inside and outside of the Performance Centre environment
- Support the holistic development of Performance Centre players through effective communication with club and school coaches and other stakeholders
- As a coaching team, encourage contact with club and school environments which your players attend on a regular basis, building relationships to facilitate player centred discussions
- Must hold a (minimum) Level 2, EH Sessional or EH Coach equivalent qualification
- A dynamic coach who is able to deliver exceptional development opportunities to our best young hockey players
- A can do attitude and solution focussed approach
- Extensive hockey coaching experience and / or a strong understanding or the requirements of junior international hockey; a forward thinking coach who understands a games-based and constraint led coaching approach
- Evidence of creative and effective practise design and session planning
- Strong communicator, able to clearly and accurately share information
- Excellent observational skills relating to talent identification
- Self-motivated and able to work independently and as part of a team
- Have completed an enhanced DBS check through England Hockey within the last three years
- Have attended a scUK Safeguarding and Protecting Young People in Sport workshop within the last three years
- Have a First Aid qualification(achieved in the last three years)
- Have valid Public Liability Insurance for coaching young people
Appointments will be made based on suitability against the job specification, evidenced experience and appropriate references. There may be a requirement to attend an interview in some cases and the region reserves the right to request session observations.
For 2017 Futures Cup coaching teams will be selected from the pool of Performance Centre Head Coaches and Performance Centre Lead Coaches.
• East: Please contact Martin Williams email@example.com
• Midlands: Please contact Kevin Heath via MidlandsJRPC@gmail.com
• North: Please contact Ann Marshall via NHAJRPC@gmail.com
• West: Please contact Jo Thomas via firstname.lastname@example.org
• South: Please apply via an online application form at http://southhockey.org.uk/index.php/juniors/south-jrpc/coach-vacancy-form for more information contact Tony Hilton email@example.com
Regional Hockey Associations may be looking to compile a pool of coaches to cover all sessions. Candidates who are interested in being involved but unable to commit to all sessions must make it clear in their application.
Closing Date: 7th September 2016
Employer: Loughborough Sport
Location: Loughborough University
Job Type: Volunteer (Part time)
How to Apply: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with application on why you think you would be suitable for the job
We are one of the biggest competitive clubs in the country, with 5 teams and over 100 members competing at University and National level. The club provides high quality training to all 5 teams with top level coaches and state of the art facilities. The hockey club is located on the Loughborough University Campus with one Waterbase pitch, laid in 2011, and one third generation pitch both used for competing and training. The club also has Physiotherapists, Nutritionists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches and Video Technology to provide an all-round High Performance Centre.
The club also has an excellent reputation for producing many international players with a repertoire of ex students such as Mary Nevill (GB & England), Jennie Bimson (GB & England), Fiona Greenham (GB & England), Kerry Williams (GB & England), Hannah Macleod (GB & England), Katie Long (GB & England), Beckie Herbert (GB & England), Nicola White (GB & England), Laura Unsworth (GB & England), Maddie Hinch (GB & England) Giselle Ansley (GB & England), Sarah Jones (Wales), Phoebe Richards (Wales) and Robyn Collins (Scotland)
Two training sessions a week (Tuesday 19:00-20:30, Thursday 17:30-19:00) at Loughborough University campus
– Ideally a Level 1 qualified coach or above
– Work closely with 2s team alongside another experienced coach
– Attend all training sessions and ideally Saturday matches when possible
– Availability of CPD/development opportunities through the athletic union and coaching and volunteering academy
This is a really exciting opportunity to work with a fantastic group of students with a lot of potential. If you think you could fulfil this role or would like further information we would love to hear from you.
Closing date: 12 September 2016
Employer: Hockey Wales
Salary: up to £25,000
Location: Cardiff, South Wales
Job Type: Full Time
How to Apply: For an information pack and an application form please e-mail Jane via Apply Online For an informal chat about the role or for any questions related to the post please contact Debra Barker, Head of Growing the Game 07703 682279 or email via Apply Online. Unless specified in the job description, you must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.
Hockey Wales are looking for an enthusiastic, outgoing, motivated, experienced and reliable sports development professional to lead on club development within a region.
The purpose of the club development officer role is:
• To support clubs to be well governed, financially stable, develop a strong and vibrant workforce, and increase membership
• Identifying community, and partner links locally to support clubs in their ambition to grow
The role of the club development officer is pivotal in the next phase of progress of Hockey Wales, supporting clubs to become the driving force of hockey development within their community.
Main duties carried out by the Club Development officer will be
1. Take lead responsibility for club development in a region, developing opportunities to strengthen clubs including business modelling and developing new approaches in identified priority areas
2. Support clubs to generate income and increase capacity to support the development and implementation of club development plans
3. Supporting the implementation of educational programmes ensuring sustained community club links are suitably established
4. Facilitate delivery of localised recreational competitive opportunities
5. Lead the POD (Partnerships that Own the Development of Hockey) approach in your Region, ensuring stakeholders are fully engaged to support
6. Co-ordinating the delivery and implementation of Hockey Wales’ programmes and policies across the Hockey for Life Framework in your region
7. Support volunteers development, sign post and support transitions to appropriate exit routes
Closing Date: 8th August 2016
Employer: England Hockey
Salary: £34k – £40k (depending on experience)
Location: Bisham Abbey, Marlow, Bucks
Job Type: Permanent (Full time)
How to Apply: For a full Job Description and details of how to apply, please visit : www.englandhockey.co.uk/jobs
WORKFORCE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
England Hockey is recruiting for a Workforce Training and Development Manager (WTDM) to join their Development Team. The WTDM is responsible for leading the delivery of the England Hockey’s strategic aims and objectives related to: Coach education and training and officiating (umpiring, technical officiating and rules).
The role requires research, development and delivery of programmes, projects and resources to support coach development and training, officiating, technical officiating, rules and volunteering. The WTDM will work closely with key personnel, organisations and associations at national, regional and county level to effectively and efficiently roll out all relevant projects and programmes. The WTDM will be delivery focused and work closely with other National Managers across the organisation to translate strategic priorities into clear and measurable outcomes.
The WTDM will be required to develop a seamless relationship between all England Hockey Directorates to ensure integrated and joined up delivery at all levels. To this end the WTDM will be an excellent communicator who can quickly establish credibility and strong relationships across a wide and complex network of stakeholders both internally in the sport and externally.
Closing date: 3 March 2016
Interview date: 8 March 2016
Employer: England Hockey
Salary: £22k-£24k (depending on experience)
Location: Bisham Abbey, Marlow, Bucks
Job Type: Permanent (Full time)
How to Apply: For a full Job Description and for details of how to apply, please visit www.englandhockey.co.uk/jobs
England Hockey is recruiting for a Resource Officer who will be responsible for the implementation and execution of training and education resources and products that will cater for the needs of coaches, officials and other key groups operating in both participation and talent. This role reports to the Workforce Training and Development Manager.
The post holder will demonstrate a strong understanding and application of information technology developments and be skilled in editing video.
KEY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Using content provided by functional ‘experts’, design, produce and maintain a suite of officiating and coaching resources and products in a wide variety of relevant formats and mediums
2. Manage and regularly update the content on the England Hockey on-line learning platform
3. Develop resources and products that are commercially viable and where appropriate generate revenue to contribute to England Hockey’s commercial objectives.
4. Develop subject matter knowledge through participation in relevant networks and completion of relevant CPD.
5. Produce succinct, relevant and agreed reports on progress against all objectives agreed with the Workforce Training and Development Manager.
6. Actively collaborate with colleagues to contribute to the delivery of strategic and operational plans.
7. Undertake such other duties as may be required from time to time that are consistent with the responsibilities of the post and the needs of England Hockey.
Closing date: 9 March 2016
Interview date: 17 March 2016
Employer: Hockey Wales
Location: Cardiff – however will require European travel
Job Type: Fixed Term (Part time)
How to Apply: Please apply by sending a copy of your CV (max 2 pages) along with a covering letter (max 1 page), outlining why you believe you are the person for this role to the following address or email, marked
Business Support Officer
Sport Wales National Centre
SENIOR WOMEN’S PROGRAMME HEAD COACH
Reporting to the Head of Performance, the Head Coach will be responsible for leading the senior women’s national squad with a view to achieving the aims outlined in vision 2020. The Wales senior women’s programme operates on a part time basis at the Sport Wales National Centre predominantly through camps. The programme Head Coach will be required to work closely with the Head of Performance and Senior Women’s Programme Manager to provide leadership for the programme through to World League in September 2016.
Closing date: 19 February 2016
Interviews will be held w/c 29th February 2016 at the Sport Wales National Centre; Cardiff.
If you would like to discuss the role informally, please contact Dan Clements, Head of Performance on 07811-107799 or email@example.com