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Derby County Community Trust has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced, passionate, and committed individual to join their Schools and Coaching department.

Location
Derby, DE24 8BX
Contact Name
Katherine Williams
Contact Email
Katherine.Williams@dcfc.co.uk

About Lead Coach

The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating, delivering and monitoring high quality sessions across a range of Schools and
Coaching programmes. In addition, a key project will be assigned annually which will be the post holder's responsibility to coordinate.
The ability to lead and motivate a team is essential to this role as the successful candidate will lead a small team of Community and Apprentice Coaches.


Key Responsibilities
• Maintain links with school representatives and other stakeholders.
• Coordinate, deliver and monitor high quality sessions across a range of programmes.
• Support primary school teachers with their delivery of PE and school sport.
• Coordinate, monitor and evaluate a specific key project, ensuring objectives are met.
• Keep up to date and accurate records, including registers.
• Commit to both Trust and individual CPD programmes to develop personal knowledge/performance.
• Take responsibility for organising and maintaining equipment ensuring it is fit for purpose.
• Collaborate with and support colleagues.
• To be a positive role model to stakeholders, colleagues, children and young people by maintaining
high standards of coaching, positive attitude and appropriate language.
• Continuously work to maintain, embed and improve the Trust's safeguarding provision, ensuring the
highest standards for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.
• Have a solid understanding of the work of the department and actively promote the wider work of the Trust.
• Mentor and support apprentices, volunteers and work experience students
according to the criteria set within their role.

Personal Characteristics and Experience
Essential
• FA UEFA C (Level 2) Coaching Football.
• FA Safeguarding Children.
• FA Emergency First Aid.
• Experience working in an educational environment.
• Experience working with children and adults from under-represented groups.
• Previous experience working within a sport specific environment.
• Mentoring individuals to help improve performance.
• Excellent time management and organisational skills.
• Committed to delivery consistently high standards.
• Good knowledge of age-appropriate coaching.
• A flexible approach and prepared to work unsociable hours.
• Working knowledge and experience delivering, or supporting the delivery of the PE National Curriculum.
• A minimum of two years' experience delivery high quality coaching sessions to children aged 4 to 11 years.
Desirable
• Full UK Driving License with access to vehicle.
• FUNdamentals training/multi-skills training.
• Other NGB Coaching qualifications.
• AfPE Level 3/Level 5.
• FA Mentoring Adults.
• Educated to degree level or equivalent.
• Experience developing new initiatives and/or programmes.
• Experience working in a Community Trust setting.
• Experience or knowledge of the Premier League Primary Stars programme.
• Working knowledge of Derby County Community Trust

This role is full time and includes weekend work on a Sunday morning.
The salary for this role is between £17,500 - £19,500 per annum, dependant on experience

The closing date for receipt of applications is Sunday 31st October 2021.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 4th November 2021.

To apply for this role, please complete an application form, which can be found on our website
derbycountycommunitytrust.com/about/employment. Please note that CVs will not be accepted
without an accompanying application form.
Completed application forms and tasks should be sent by email to recruitment@dcct.co.uk or via post to;
The HR Department, Derby County Football Club, Pride Park Stadium, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8XL

Supporting Documents:

lead-coach.pdf (PDF, 96.1 Kb)

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