Youth & Community Coach -Clyde West

Recruiter
Street League
Location
Renfrewshire
Salary
Competitive
Posted
20 Sep 2016
Closes
30 Sep 2016
Sectors
Sport & Leisure
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Street League use sport and physical activity to help bring an end to youth unemployment. We specialise in helping our participants (16-24 year olds from disadvantaged communities) progress from our unique football or dance fitness and education programmes into sustainable employment, education and training.

We are a growing organisation and currently operate across the UK in 14 regions, including Greater London, the North East and North West of England, Yorkshire, the Midlands and across Scotland in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Dunbartonshire, Ayrshire, Clyde West, Edinburgh & the Lothians. We have an international profile and we engage over 2000 participants each year.

Based in Clyde West, the Youth & Community Coach will be required to deliver football sessions and to deliver a sports-related qualification on the Street League Academy. They will also be responsible for carrying out outreach for sessions and to recruit and sustain participants on the Academy to ensure delivery targets are met.

Minimum requirements are SFA Level 3 or above, experience in coaching preferably with young people aged 16-24 and an understanding of the Street League client group. A teaching qualification and/or an assessor qualification with experience in SQA delivery is desirable. A full driver's licence and own transport is preferable. Please visit our website for a full Job Description and Person Specification plus more information about our exciting organisation.

All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure Check.

Street League is an Equal Opportunities employer.

Details

Location: Lanarkshire

Salary: GBP17, 743

Working pattern: Full time (37.5 hour per week)

How to apply

Candidates should send their CV, plus a supporting letter stating why they are the right person for the job (max 2 pages)

Closing date for applications is Thursday, 29 September 2016