Nov 18, 2019
£16,000 - £18,000 yearly
An exciting role with particular focus on our schools based programmes will see the successful candidate inspire, engage and support young people within Northamptonshire through the delivery of curriculum based and extra curricular activities. The role will include delivery of PE lessons, classroom support in literacy and numeracy, healthy lifestyles/PSHE sessions, girls football, disability football and extra-curricular activities in football and multi-skills as part of the Premier League Primary Stars programme. APPLY HERE - www.ntfccommunity.co.uk/careers How to apply Apply here at  https://www.ntfccommunity.co.uk/careers For any enquiries please contact Jamie Duncan at   
SportsJobFinder PTS Academy Stadium, Edgar Mobbs Way, Northampton, NN5 5QA Full time
Nov 18, 2019
£17,156 - £24,659 yearly
The role is to provide world class medical administration support to nominated athletes and medical practitioners in Bath. It involves overseeing the smooth running of the sports medicine service at an EIS site, through the provision of administrative, financial and project support to EIS sports physicians, physiotherapists and soft tissue therapists; working as part of a multi-disciplinary team delivering services to athletes and coaches; providing additional business administration support to the team. MAIN TASKS AND ACTIVITIES Provide a ‘front of house’ presence for EIS supported athletes and customers. Meeting and greeting, booking & managing appointments, answering phones and generally handling medical enquiries. Recording, filtering, disseminating and communicating matters to the respective staff and taking follow up action where appropriate. Provide administrative and medical secretarial support to the EIS medical staff working with sports. This includes managing confidential information and arranging onward referrals for further support and care. In addition, you will be responsible for maintaining electronic medical records; typing; taking minutes; photocopying; filing; scanning; maintaining spreadsheets and overseeing the clinic environment to ensure the smooth running of the clinic for staff and athletes. Provide efficient general administrative support to the EIS site, assisting with designated tasks or projects as required. Such tasks will include requisition and order of medical consumables and travel & accommodation bookings all in accordance with EIS procedures. Input and maintain information regarding World Class athletes contained on the Performance Data Management System (PDMS) ensuring records are up to date and accessible for the sports medicine and physiotherapy practitioners. Creating reports based on this data when required. Ensure the site complies with the CQC Medical Management Policy, following all processes and recording efficiently in accordance with this. Any ad hoc duties as requested by the Senior Business Administrator or Operations Manager. How to apply For more information on the person specification and how to apply, please visit   www.eis2win.co.uk  
SportsJobFinder Bath Part time
Nov 18, 2019
We are seeking to appoint a experienced sports coach to join our dedicated team delivering PE within a number of primary schools. The chosen candidate must:- demonstrate Exceptional child management strategies, Knowledge within a range of sports, be Prepared to be a role model and inspire a children through sports and education, show the ability to adapt lessons to suit ability and working conditions. This role is a self employed role so you'll be responsible for your own national insurance and tax contributions You MUST have: Minimum of Level 2 coaching qualification in any chosen sport Full clean driving licence with own car First Aid qualified Safeguard certificate Enchanced DBS Disclosure We Offer: Flexible working hours Fun working environment progression opportunities Guidance and supports All uniform supplied Salary £85 per day
SportsJobFinder Sussex Part time
Nov 18, 2019
British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) have some exciting opportunities and a number of roles to be part of our Sport Advisory Groups for the following sports: Hockey, Rugby Union, Netball & Volleyball. BUCS is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated individual who is currently involved with the sports programmes listed below. Each individual job description can be found on our jobs page of the BUCS website alongside instructions on how to apply. If you would like to contribute to the development of our of sporting landscape and also act as an ambassador for BUCS then please apply by the deadline of November 29. • BUCS Hockey SAG - Performance Representative • BUCS Hockey SAG - Student Representative x2 • BUCS Rugby Union Sport Advisory Group - Student Representative (Men's) • BUCS Rugby Union Sport Advisory Group - Student Representative (Women's) • BUCS Rugby Union Sport Advisory Group - Representative (Rugby Sevens) • BUCS Netball Sport Advisory Group - Student Representative • BUCS Volleyball Sport Advisory Group - Student Representative If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at: info@bucs.org.uk How to apply To apply please visit the British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) job section on our website, found at:  https://www.bucs.org.uk/jobs-listing.html  and download the application form found within each advert. If you have any questions please contact us at:   
SportsJobFinder London - National Part time
Nov 18, 2019
£20,000 yearly
Overview British Orienteering is seeking an experienced administrator to provide comprehensive administrative support to our international teams and to the wider Performance Pathway for our elite athletes. You will manage the day-to-day administration of the Performance Pathway, communicating and working closely with international team managers, support staff, athletes and coaches. You will also provide support to the Performance Pathway Programme and associated committees and will manage assigned projects as required. Key responsibilities You will provide a high level of administrative and organisational support to senior international team managers, support staff, athletes, and the Talent & Performance Steering Group, including by: • Responding to enquiries efficiently and effectively • Coordinating all aspects of attendance by British teams at international competitions, including entries, accommodation, and travel arrangements • Acting as the secretariat for the Talent & Performance Steering Group and for the Selection Panel, producing the agendas and minutes for these meetings • Making all administrative arrangements for external meetings and conferences • Supporting the financial administration of the international team, including the processing of expenses and invoices, and ensuring that the procurement of goods and services adheres to British Orienteering’s policies • Overseeing the work of the Sprint Coach • Assisting with the recruitment and management of the volunteer workforce • Undertaking any other reasonable duties as requested Person specification This role would ideally suit a recent graduate or transitioning athlete with a strong desire to work in elite sport. Essential requirements: • Extensive experience in administration • Articulate and effective written and verbal communication • Experience of coordinating international travel • Proficiency in standard office IT packages, databases, and communication applications • Excellent organisational and multi-tasking skills • Experience of taking clear and concise minutes of meetings • Ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a small, diverse team • Ability to prioritise your workload meet deadlines Prior working knowledge of orienteering is desirable. How to apply To apply please request the Application Pack from   
SportsJobFinder Home/Matlock Part time
Nov 18, 2019
£25,000 - £30,000 yearly
As a Communications Officer, you will contribute to and organise a range of integrated marketing campaigns to promote our projects, services and ideas. You will be working closely with our marketing team to develop our digital presence, raise the profile of our interventions and create content that drives the expansion of our consumer base. You will be a talented and experienced content creator that will play a key role in expanding our company’s digital footprint, followers and end users. Typical daily activities in this role include content writing, producing creative materials, engaging social media followers, liaising with suppliers and managing web platforms. This role requires a high level of creativity, attention to detail and in-depth knowledge of emerging marketing trends. We would also like you to know the best ways of engaging with a range of different audiences to effectively tell our story. This includes an understanding of engaging with and working with the least heard voices, and those from deprived communities. This post has been created in order to deliver the ambitions of Sport England’s £9.72m National Lottery funded Active Communities Programme. Birmingham and Solihull are one of 12 Local Delivery Pilots across England that are looking at innovative ways to reduce the levels of inactivity in our most disadvantaged communities. The postholder will be employed by The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS) which is an independent community benefit society which works with some of the poorest communities in Birmingham & Solihull to improve people’s health and wellbeing through physical activity. Its mission is to: Use physical activity, guided by innovation, collaboration and insight, to do the collaborating and development required to create stronger and more resilient communities The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS) is a community benefit society established to enable people and communities to get active together. We are grounded in the communities where inequalities are at their highest and work with them to develop the autonomy, capacity and resources needed to become happier and healthier. TAWS also deliver a wide range of free activities, aimed at improving wellbeing at an individual and community level. Coming together to take part in fun, free activities makes you more likely to feel a sense of belonging and community, and makes you more likely to change the world around you for the better. The Society was developed out of the successful Wellbeing Service set up by Birmingham City Council in June 2015 and is a public service mutual. It has a track record of innovation, collaboration, citizen engagement and successful delivery, within the Council, and by going independent in 2018, TAWS was able to build on this foundation and unlock new sources of funding to support its further growth and development. How to apply If you would like to be considered, please send your CV and covering letter explaining why you are the right person for the role FAO Adeel to  If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role please email:  adeel.khan@theaws.org  
SportsJobFinder Birmingham Full time
Nov 18, 2019
£22,722 - £24,411 yearly
This post is a fantastic opportunity for a passionate sport psychology practitioner to join the University of Birmingham and work with elite student-athletes as an integrated member of the University of Birmingham Sport Performance Centre. The Performance Centre is a multi-disciplinary sport science and medicine unit (SSM) with the aim of supporting scholarship and TASS (talented athlete scholarship scheme) athletes in the transition from junior to senior international, and supporting our high performing teams in the pursuit of BUCS success. Working alongside the SSM unit and coaches, the successful candidate will deliver sport psychology support to elite athlete scholars and high performance teams at the University. This includes senior internationals, junior internationals, BUCS champions and BUCS Championship winning teams. Main Duties Within the framework for delivery of the sport psychology programme, the successful candidate will be responsible for the design, development and delivery of the sport psychology support programme. This will involve working closely with the performance centre practitioners, coaches, scholarship team and external bodies (i.e. TASS, NGB’s): • To support student-athletes from a sport psychology perspective as they transition on to, through and from our programmes (UoB scholarship programme and TASS programme). This will involve working in close partnership with the Performance Centre practitioners, coaches and scholarship management team in the design, development and delivery of a comprehensive sport psychology programme. • To provide personalised performance profiling and holistic needs analysis of scholar-athletes and priority teams alongside the performance centre practitioners and coaches. • To design and deliver planned support, which may consist of 1-1 sessions, group sessions, training & competition observation, integrated ‘on-pitch’ support, and systems-approach support. Support will have the aim of developing a performance mindset, athlete self-awareness, individualised psychological skills and of facilitating the development of psychologically informed performance environments. • To continually log, monitor and evaluate delivery with regard to programme aims and outcomes. • To develop online resources for scholars and high performing teams to help with their professional and personal development. • Encouraging a psychologically informed environment and in facilitating effective interdisciplinary support within the SSM unit through ensuring shared understanding, a common language and ongoing case-formulations. • To work with performance centre practitioners, scholarship management team and coaches in providing support and advice on sport psychology topics or concerns. • To liaise with performance centre leads where there is any issue/conflict which may have arisen so that the appropriate action can be taken. • To encourage and facilitate dual career aspirations through enabling effective management of the balance between sporting and academic commitments. • To work within the guidelines and code of ethics and conduct of the British Psychological Society. How to apply Follow the following link to apply:  
SportsJobFinder University of Birmingham, Sport & Fitness Part time
Nov 18, 2019
£18,500 - £20,500 yearly
JOB SUMMARY Run 4 Wales, the events team behind some of Wales’ biggest mass participation events – including the Cardiff University Cardiff Half Marathon – is looking for an enthusiastic Event Operations Assistant to join their busy team. Excellent time management, organisation and planning skills are essential, whist previous on-site event experience is an advantage. The event operations assistant will be an integral part of the event operations team, supporting the production manager and event managers in the successful delivery of a range of sporting events throughout the year. Run 4 Wales currently deliver the Cardiff Bay Run, Newport Wales Marathon and 10K, Porthcawl 10K, Barry Island 10K, Dell Technologies Management Challenge and the Cardiff University Cardiff Half Marathon. Tasks will be varied, challenging and time critical, and the successful applicant will need to be an active quick-thinker who is able to apply themselves to any task. This is a rare opportunity to work for a growing and forward-thinking Welsh events company who reward hard work and commitment with an engaging and flexible working environment. This is a full-time position working Monday-Friday during regular office hours (09:00-17:00) as well as up to 10 event weekends for which time off in lieu is offered. JOB DESCRIPTION EVENT OPERATIONS DELIVERY • Develop a good working knowledge of all Run4Wales events with the aim of improving the events further within the company’s ethos and ambitions. • Prepare schedules and detailed logistical plans, contact sheets and travel itineraries for multiple events. • Assist event managers in event bookings and event coordination. • Manage and log the use of operational resources and equipment. • Run errands, deliveries and tasks as and when requested by the R4W team. • Maintain and develop spreadsheets, schedules and bookings. • Liaise with contractors, strategic partners and suppliers on documentation and bookings. • Support the management of on-site event builds. • Conduct event-wide research and development. • Manual handling and office administration. SKILLS & EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; listening, written and verbal  Excellent time management and organisation skills  Strong attention to detail and accuracy  UK driving license  Ability to multi-task and work flexibly across different project areas  Calm under pressure with an ability to quickly adapt to changing situations  Must enjoy and work well in a team environment.  Excellent IT skills on a range or software. Office, AutoCAD or Adobe Products useful.  Knowledge or experience of event delivery or project management practices DESIRABLE  A good knowledge of site equipment (vehicles, barriers, PPE, safety equipment and tools)  Experience of large-scale event delivery  Knowledge and experience of event health and safety practices  Knowledge or interest in the mass participation sport/events market  An interest in an active lifestyle  Welsh speaking How to apply HOW TO APPLY We are looking forward to hearing from you so please attach your up-to-date CV and a cover letter letting us know why you believe you are suitable for the role evidencing against the job description and skills and experience required for this role. Submit: Please email your application to: Deadline: For your application to be fully considered please ensure your application reaches Run 4 Wales by the deadline of 12 noon on Friday 6th December. Interview: Interviews will take place on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th December. Due to the high volume of applications it may not be possible to acknowledge all applications or provide feedback to candidates who are not selected for interview. Run 4 Wales is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to delivering on our equality policies. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community, particularly under-represented groups. If you require assistance with your application please contact us via email at gareth.ludkin@run4wales.org or write to us at Run 4 Wales, Capital Retail Park, Pod 1, Leckwith Rd, Cardiff CF11 8EG. The data you provide to us in your application will be processed by Run 4 Wales for recruitment purposes only. If you are successful in your application, this information may be retained and further processed within your personal records in accordance with our employee data privacy policies.  
SportsJobFinder Cardiff Full time
Nov 18, 2019
£26,715 - £30,942 yearly
Working for the University of Cambridge you will find yourself surrounded by some of the most talented people in the world who, like you, are passionate about their area of expertise. As such, you will need to be hard working, positive and enthusiastic about delivering the highest level of customer service. We are seeking to appoint a Duty Supervisor to join the team responsible for the efficient and effective management of day to day operations and services at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre. Duty Supervisors are expected to have excellent communication skills; be able to deal with a range of customers and handle difficult situations effectively with tact and diplomacy. You should have the ability to effectively motivate your team and possess strong leadership skills. As the Duty Supervisor, you will lead a team of Sports Centre staff, ensuring that operational, health and safety and security protocols are implemented effectively. You will ensure high standards of customer care are exhibited throughout the facilities to create a welcoming, professional and safe atmosphere for users. The role holder will also work closely with the Estates staff to manage the Health & Safety, maintenance and environmental management procedures and processes throughout the facility. Hours of work are based on a shift pattern that includes early mornings, late evenings and weekend shifts. The Duty Supervisor will also deal with urgent issues that may arise at other University of Cambridge Sports Service sites (Fenner's and Wilberforce Road Sports Ground) during evenings and weekends if the site supervisors are not available. Applicants should have a degree-level education in Sports Management or related discipline and/or relevant experience of managing within the sports/leisure industry. Applicants should also possess a First Aid at Work qualification, Automated Emergency Defibrillator qualification and a Health & Safety Qualification, or the ability to achieve these. Further information on the Sports Service can be found at: http://www.sport.cam.ac.uk. If you have any questions that are not covered by the Further Information sheet or the Sports Website, please e-mail: recruitment@sport.cam.ac.uk or for an informal discussion, please contact Simon Cornish (simon.cornish@sport.cam.ac.uk), Head of Operations. The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society. The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK. How to apply To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit: Please quote reference DG21404 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.  
SportsJobFinder Cambridge Full time
Nov 18, 2019
£16.00 hourly
Job purpose To use their knowledge and skills to treat sporting injuries, advise on injury prevention and support rehabilitation, using a range of physical techniques and therapies. Key Responsibilities • To have multi-disciplinary communication to ensure the wellbeing and holistic development of the elite female players • To be an advocate for the WOLVES Way, promoting the football club at every opportunity • To help prepare the players mentally and physically for activity • To administer emergency first aid • To make professional decisions on players ability to continue to train/ play • To administer treatment for minor injuries such as bruises, strains & blisters • To design appropriate rehabilitation programmes • To ensure comprehensive medical records are keep safe & secure • To ensure confidentiality is adhered too • To attend all training sessions and matchdays • To attend any CPD/ Staff meeting arranged by Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation • To keep professional knowledge up to date General responsibilities • Compliance with Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation Policies • Compliance with Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation health & safety procedures • Compliance with Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation safeguarding policies • To maintain professional conduct at all times Safeguarding • This role involves working with children and/ or vulnerable adults in a Regulated Activity (or in close proximity to children and/or vulnerable adults). This means the post holder is required to apply all relevant policies and uphold the Club’s commitment to safeguarding vulnerable people. Key Relationships • Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation Player Development Manager • Wolves Regional Talent Club Technical Staff • The players/ parents • The Football Association Qualifications Essential • BCs in Physiotherapy • Member of the chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCPS) and registered in health & care professions council (HCPC) • FA Pitch side first aid qualification • Full UK driving license & car Desirable • Degree in relevant discipline • Additional Medical qualifications How to apply How To Apply Please complete our application form and diversity monitoring form, then email them to  jobs@wolves.co.uk , including the job reference code in the subject line, unless otherwise stated on the advert. You can also post these to Wolves HR Dept., Molineux Stadium, Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton WV1 4QR. Please note, for safeguarding reasons CVs are not accepted without an accompanying application form. Thank you.  
SportsJobFinder Bilston College, Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground Compton & other matchday related locations Part time
Nov 18, 2019
£20,130 - £23,067 yearly
Working for the University of Cambridge you will find yourself surrounded by some of the most talented people in the world who, like you, are passionate about their field. As such, you will need to be hard working, positive and enthusiastic about helping other people to achieve their health, wellbeing and fitness goals. As a Sport and Fitness Assistant, you will be primarily based in the fitness facilities and will be fundamental to the positive experience that we wish all members of the Sports Centre to receive. Working on the front line, you are likely to be the first, and sometimes only, member of staff our customers interact with on a day-to-day basis. We expect you to be available and approachable to all members, allowing you the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge and skills which sets you, and therefore us, ahead of the competition. By creating and building professional relationships, the Sports and Fitness Assistant will be strongly positioned to enhance the customer experience, leading to better membership retention and broader engagement across Sports Service activities. Priority should be given to fulfilling the needs of the Gym and when required, assisting with operational duties, cover and events. You will need to possess a minimum of a Level 2 Gym Instructor Award or equivalent. Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a health assessment and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. We particularly welcome applications from women and/or candidates from a BME background for this vacancy as they are currently under-represented at this level in our department. Further information on the Sports Service can be found at: http://www.sport.cam.ac.uk. If you have any questions that are not covered by the Further Information sheet or the Sports Website, please e-mail: recruitment@sport.cam.ac.uk or for an informal discussion, please contact James Meadows (james.meadows@sport.cam.ac.uk), Gym SUpervisorr. The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society. The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.How to applyTo apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about the role, please visit : http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/24031 . Please quote reference DG21420 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
SportsJobFinder Cambridge Full time
Nov 18, 2019
£22,000 yearly
Love working with people as much as the outdoor lifestyle? We’re on the hunt for a new partnerships and events co-ordinator to join our team. Working closely with the Partnerships Manager and other key officers, you’ll co-ordinate events and conferences and help develop and deliver new projects for the benefit of climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers. You’ll have a least 12 months partnerships and/or events experience and a real passion for climbing, walking or the mountains. The BMC is the national body for climbers, walkers and mountaineers in England and Wales, with 85,000 members, 34 staff and a nationwide network of volunteers.  
SportsJobFinder Manchester Full time