Coupons by Volleyball - 3 results
Employer: Wolves Community Trust
Salary: Competitive hourly rate
Location: Wolverhampton and surrounding area
Job Type: Fixed Term (Part time)
How to Apply: Please send CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaching children/young adults through a structured programme
The ability to monitor and evaluate progress
Deliver sessions across a number of sports including Gymnastics, Dance, Football, Athletics and Volleyball.
Sound working knowledge of national curriculum
Must hold relevant NGB Level 2 certificate, Emergency Aid and Safeguarding Children qualifications.
Must have the ability to move around the Trust’s geographical area.
Will be required to have an enhanced DBS check.
Hours will vary on flexibility
Closing date: 26 September 2016
Employer: Glasgow University Women’s Volleyball Club
Salary: £12.50 per hour
Location: Tuesdays & Fridays: Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena, 1445 Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8AW / Saturdays: Stevenson Building, 77 Oakfield Avenue, Glasgow G12 8LT
Job Type: Part Time
How to Apply: By CV and cover letter sent to email@example.com
Glasgow University Women’s Volleyball Club (GUWVC) are seeking applicants for the role of Head Coach. With teams in the Scottish 1A Division (having won it in 2015-16) and competing in the Scottish 2A Division, GUWVC is a growing and successful club catering for players of all abilities with the introduction of a recreational team in this past year.
Our two teams compete mostly on Sundays in the British Universities & College Sports (BUCS) league and will also take part in the Scottish Student Sport (SSS) Cup and the BUCS Trophy Cup.
The Head Coach will take the leading role in the organisation and carrying out of training sessions, playing a key role in helping each player to progress and enhance their skills throughout the year. Due to the expansion of GUWVC this would include coaching the Recreational Team which will be ran throughout the year. The Head Coach will also liaise with both the Club Captain and the Team Captains in forming the teams for the upcoming season at the try outs to be held in September.
The Head Coach will put forward a team for matches for both the First and Second Team and will have the opportunity to work with both teams on match days throughout the year. Where there is a clash in matches, a person from within the club will be elected as an Assistant Coach to attend the other match. Through all this the Head Coach will work closely with and be entirely supported by the Club and Team Captains.
The ideal candidate will have a friendly and approachable attitude with the motivation to drive the club forward. A sound knowledge of volleyball is essential, as well as the ability to easily communicate coaching ideas. Preference will be given to those with previous coaching experience/coaching qualifications. It is essential that the candidate is able to commit to attend matches on Sundays in addition to the weekly training sessions.
Beginning from Tuesday 20th September 2016
(Winter Break from 10th December- 10th January)
Closing Date: 2nd September
Employer: Volleyball England
Salary: £19,000 – £22,000 per annum
Job Type: Fixed Term (Full time)
How to Apply: To obtain an application pack please contact Volleyball England on 01509 227722, email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Tracey Norwood, Volleyball England, SportPark, Loughborough University, 3 Oakwood Drive, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3QF
TALENT PATHWAYS OFFICER
Working with partners in the University sector to establish a network of accredited talent development environments for players exiting junior academies including the delivery of existing Senior National Development Programmes for Indoor and Beach.
Coordinating the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme for Volleyball acting as the key point of contact for partner institutions and athletes.
Working with partners to develop senior domestic and international competition opportunities in Indoor and Beach ensuring that they meet the needs of developing talented players.
We are looking for a candidate whose skills and experience include:
• Firsthand experience of talent pathways either as a participant, parent, coach or supporting staff.
• Experience of managing projects/ partnerships with multiple external stakeholders.
• Knowledge of sports agencies and stakeholders that contribute to the provision of performance sport in the UK (UK Sport, TASS, Sport England etc.).
• Ability to meet deadlines, systematic approach to tasks with efficient time management skills including the ability to work under pressure.
Closing date: 4 March 2016