Monthly Archives September 2016

Hurricane Sports are looking for a Part Time Sports Coach to deliver over a range of breakfast, lunchtime, afterschool clubs and PPA cover in primary schools in and around the Lincolnshire area.

These are paid positions with an incentive scheme, flexible working hours and ongoing training.

For more details of the position – and how to apply – please see www.hurricanesports.co.uk/home/vacancies/

Salary: £10-£15 per hour.

Aapplication deadline: 5pm on Monday 14th October.

VIRSCO Coaching are looking for Level 1 and Level 2 coaches who can work part-time delivering after-school clubs in Lincoln and surrounding areas.

If you’re are interested or want to find out more information send your CV to info@virsco.co.uk or direct message them through their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Virsco/posts/954546647984649

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Synergy Sports Coaching are looking for part-time coaches to act as lead coaches for after-school clubs (multi-skill/multi-sports based), and support coaches for curriculum PE. Experience in these roles will put you in an excellent position for full-time opportunities that may arise in the future.

Required qualifications/experience: NGB Level 2 (Level 1 fine as Synergy can pay for a Level 2 course), experience working in primary schools would be beneficial however not absolutely necessary

Pay: £10 per hour

Application: to apply, send your CV to dannycarter@synergysportscoaching.co.uk

 

Multi Sport Pro are looking for a reliable Level 2 Football Coach to help with an After School Club in Lincoln on a Thursday starting next week. This would be on a casual/self employed basis with the potential to move on to further work with their company.

If this is you or you know anyone who may be suitable or interested please contact MSP via info@multisportpro.co.uk

 

 

An opportunity has arisen for some extended voluntary work with Grimsby Town FC Academy. Activities / duties would include:

  • Collecting RPE data each session from each team / group and collating in a spreadsheet
  • Collecting anthropometric data for all players in the academy with a focus on examining PHV in u11 – 16
  • Preparing learning materials for parents (e.g. 5 points on a successful bodyweight squat)

There is some flexibility in the roles, however, and  other activities / duties could include:

  • Leading and / or facilitating warm ups to groups (e.g. u9/10/11 warm up together)
  • Leading and / or facilitating physical preparation sessions to smaller groups with a specific focus (e.g. co-ordination, unilateral balance etc.)

Different age groups train at different times, but all are within the window of 5-8pm on Mondays and Fridays.

The Academy are looking to get students involved ASAP. Applications from postgraduates are particularly welcome, but undergraduates who are good communicators with children are also encouraged to apply.

The main things for students to consider if they would like to be involved is:

  • Can they commit for the majority of the season and not just turn up intermittently or for a brief period (e.g. be consistent for two weeks and then no available for the next three)
  • Can they transport themselves to Oasis Academy Wintringham (Weelsby Ave, Grimsby DN32 0AZ) in a timely manner

We have been told that there is definitely an opportunity for these roles to develop into paid work at GTFC. They are also very open to students suggesting how they could potentially collect data for dissertation purposes.

If you would like to know more about the roles, or would like to contact the club to discuss options further, please contact Sandy Willmott initially at swillmott@lincoln.ac.uk

Note: we are preparing a list of other volunteering options in the local area, for promotion during Welcome Week later this month. Please keep an eye out for new posts here, on Blackboard and on social media.