Club Doncaster Foundation are looking for motivated individuals with coaching experience to join the Foundation team in the role as Casual Community Coach.
We have a number of casual positions available to cover annual leave, sickness and new programmes on an as and when needed basis. Whilst this role will vary in respect of the programme brief, most of the work for this role will be delivering football, rugby league, and multi-sport sessions within schools, community engagement sessions aswell as delivery in our Community Gym.
The successful applicants will be representing Club Doncaster Foundation at every session they plan, deliver and review. We are looking for someone who delivers sessions with enthusiasm, inclusivity and innovation. Duties will include but not limited to - coaching a wide variety of ages, abilities and children who vary in their interest for sport and physical activity. Following sessions, you will play a key role in developing and maintaining key links with participants, parents and teachers alike.
The successful applicants will ideally have previous knowledge and experience of working within a sports or educational environment and have experience of planning sessions that will engage with all levels of participants. A good level of education, appropriate experience and qualifications in a level 2 sports coaching qualification is essential to this post. You will also need a driving licence and access to a vehicle.
A full job description can be found here.
All applicants should be comfortable liaising with a wide variety of audiences and able to liaise with external and internal partners to ensure we can give our participants the best possible experience during their time with us.
The Foundation is the charitable arm of Club Doncaster, a brand that connects Doncaster’s elite sports teams. Club Doncaster manage the delivery of events at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium and the associated Elite Performance Centre. We are more than just a sports club, we use every day as a chance to improve people’s lives, using sport as an engagement tool.
We look to recruit people with the desire to work within all areas of the organisation who demonstrate integrity, compassion, pride and honesty and a desire to continuously improve themselves and those around them.
Main duties will include:
Please be aware that a criminal disclosure and identity check will be carried out on the successful applicant prior to any offer of employment. We are also committed to ensuring the highest standards of safeguarding and we are an equal opportunities employer. We are keen to hear from all persons who feel that this would be the right role for them.
If you would like to apply for the role, please submit a CV and full cover letter detailing why you fit the above criteria along with an equal opportunities form to Nick Gillott, Community Development Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please find an equal opportunities form, here.