Lincolnshire Powerchair Football Club are looking for a coach to lead sessions every Tuesday from 6pm-8pm at Lincoln Christ’s Hospital School.
Pay: £20 per session
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested
Published by Sandy Willmott on June 22, 2016 at 7:33 pm
Published by Sandy Willmott on at 7:26 pm
The Nottinghamshire Football Association is looking to appoint a full time Football Development Officer. The role will be employed by the Nottinghamshire Football Association but delivering on behalf of the Nottinghamshire Disability Football Family.
The successful candidate will report directly to the Senior Football Development Officer and is responsible for supporting the development of disability football in line with the National Game Strategy as well as having responsibility to deliver the disability workforce plan supporting all aspects of disability football from workforce, participation, club/team development and the elite talent pathway.
(Many of you will know the SFDO – Leanne Woodhead – who is a graduate of our School and has come back on several occasions to share her advice and experiences of working within football development.)
More details on the role and its requirements, and the application process, can be found at http://www.nottinghamshirefa.com/news/2016/jun/vacancy-football-development-officer#1CKqQcpjUZ3FqOMm.99
Application Deadline: 5pm, Friday 1st July
Published by Sandy Willmott on June 9, 2016 at 3:04 pm
Inspire+ are seeking an Assistant School Sport Officer to support their core team implement and deliver its highly regarded services to schools and the community.
They are looking for an enthusiastic, conscientious, hardworking individual whose career aspirations are within sport/education. Ideally the successful candidate will hold a NGB sports qualification and/or have experience of coaching young people.
Duration: 8 weeks, 20 hours per week
Salary: £7.20 per hour
Application: Email Vincent Brittain at email@example.com with CV and covering letter detailing reasons for applying.
Published by Sandy Willmott on at 2:49 pm
ICS Health & Wellbeing are advertising part-time roles in two areas (see below). As an organisation they “work with local authorities, CCGs and employers, to design, implement and evaluate innovative health and wellbeing services that will result in long-term health benefits through sustained behaviour change”.
** If you are interested in either position please contact Jackie Lothian on 07436 562244 **
1. Health & Wellbeing Advisor: Physical Activity
They are currently seeking a Health & Wellbeing Advisor to support the delivery of a Diabetes Prevention Programme that is curriculum-based and comprises physical activity, weight management and dietary components underpinned by behaviour change techniques.
The Health & Wellbeing Advisor is responsible for delivering elements of the programme, including carrying out health assessment measures; one to one review sessions and physical activity group sessions.
Part-time, Hourly rate £12.50 plus bonus
More details: H W Advisor_Physical Activity
2. Health & Wellbeing Coaches: Nutrition
They are currently seeking Health & Wellbeing Coaches to deliver a Diabetes Prevention Programme that comprises of physical activity, weight management and dietary components underpinned by behaviour change techniques.
The Health & Wellbeing Coach is responsible for delivering the curriculum based group sessions which facilitate health improvement with a non-judgemental and compassionate approach; and maintaining contact with service users between face-to-face contacts to ensure engagement.
Part-time, Hourly rate £15.00 plus bonus
More details: HW Coach_Nutrition