Sessional Community Coach (Sports Participation) - Wanderers Sports & Education Trust - Salary £15- £25 per session - Closing date 11 March 2022
Based at Adams Park, the home of Wycombe Wanderers FC, this is an exciting opportunity to join a talented team that are dedicated to engaging with as many people as possible in and around High Wycombe and the surrounding area, with the aim of improving levels of health, social inclusion, education, and sports participation.
The WWSET Sessional Community Coach will primarily be responsible for delivering coaching sessions (where required) within the following areas; Activity Programme o In School Coaching (1pm – 3pm window) o After School Clubs (3pm – 5pm window) o Holiday Soccer Schools (10am-3pm window) o Saturday Morning Club (9.30am-11.00am)
WWSET recognise that employing talented and dedicated staff is critical if we are to continue increasing our range of programmes, growing our strong reputation, and maximising the positive impact we have within High Wycombe and the surrounding areas.
Role Accountabilities & Key Duties 1 Plan & deliver high quality WWSET Activity Programme sessions.
2 Increase the awareness and popularity of WWSET’s Sports Participation programme via effective and high quality delivery.
3 Devise activities that ensure individuals and groups of participants are motivated, stretched and challenged at appropriate levels across all WWSET’s Sports Participation activities.
4 Ensure compliance with all relevant WWSET policies at all times.
5 Ensure compliance with all relevant legal, regulatory, ethical and social requirements at all times.
6 Maintain a professional image and act as an ambassador for WWSET & WWFC at all times.
7 Keep confidential any information gained regarding the Charity, Club and its personnel.
8 Maintain a flexible approach to work at all times.
9 Undertake other duties and responsibilities as required by WWSET when necessary.
10 Ensure appropriate exit routes are offered to all participants being engaged on sports participation programme’s.
11 Attend training courses and continuing professional development sessions as and when required.