The School have partnered with the SU to offer the chance for our students to work with University sports teams in a coaching capacity. The COTS practitioners will plan and deliver weekly coaching sessions specific to the select sports team, which could be running sport specific fitness sessions, team building activities, skills/drills sessions etc.
Seven COTS positions are available this year and successful applicants will receive mentoring from Alex Blackett and support from the SU (including a £100 bursary per term). Minimum requirement for applicants is a Level 1 coaching qualification.
For more details, and to apply, please visit the SU Volunteering website:
The deadline for expressions of interest is October 5th.
Lincoln Disability Football Club are looking for new coaches for the up coming season. These are volunteer posts to work within a disability football club working with all ages and abilities. The commitment is one hour per week on a Tuesday night (7-8pm) on the 3G pitch at Sincil Bank. The club would be able to help and guide through coaching badges.
For more details or to register an interest, please contact Lauren Comery-Lang (University football activator) at email@example.com
If you would like to apply then please send Lauren a CV and confirmation of whether you are currently FA CRC or DBS checked. (It is not a problem if you are not; the check can be arranged).
Positive Futures Lincolnshire are seeking to employ a new member of staff on a permanent contract working from their Skegness site helping embed the Positive Futures model into the local community. The role is to engage young people aged 8 to 24 years in sports, physical activity and other positive activities as a basis for broader social development.
Salary: £21,962 – £24,174
For more details: https://jobs.lincolnshire.gov.uk/vacancy/positive-futures-community-sports-worker–324369.html
The Students’ Union have a number of sport-related volunteering opportunities:
1) Social Sports Activators: one each for football and basketball, responsible for arranging and overseeing social games (1-2 hours per week)
2) Sport Ambassadors: help to grow participation in one of these sports – Basketball, Cricket, Dance, Hockey or Lacrosse (approx 4-5 hours per week)
Both of these offer a great opportunity to gain experience of sports development, project management and event planning…on campus!
Full details of these and other volunteering positions can be found on the SU Volunteering site: lincolnsu.com/volunteering/opportunities/community/sport
VIRSCO are looking for suitable candidates for two roles:
1) Paid position: a Level 1 or 2 coach to join their coaching team (which already includes a number of our graduates and current students). Details of their coaching services are available on their website.
2) Voluntary position: Performance Analyst with Lincoln City FC Academy. This role will cover 20 games, and each game will require about 3 hours of analysis.
For more information, or to apply for one or both of the roles, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org