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In partnership with Harrogate Borough Council Department of Community Services
Coaching Development Manager
Grade: 7 Salary: £22,221 - £23,708 • Post No: LL88 Hours: 37 per week
Fixed term contract to 31 March 2011 (may be extended subject to continued Sport England funding)
Working within a small team you will manage the development of the local coaching support network within North Yorkshire.
You will focus on designing, implementing and co-ordinating a coaching strategy that will support coaches, increase participation and improve the quality of sport and physical activity in North Yorkshire.
You will be working closely with Sports Coach UK, National Governing Bodies for Sport and the eight Community Sport Networks within North Yorkshire, therefore a sound knowledge of Partnership working and the issues faced by rural activity deliverers would be an advantage.
As the postholder will have access to children they will need a Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau, the Council will issue the application form and pay the fee.
To apply, please visit www.harrogate.gov.uk/jobs Alternatively, call the DCS vacancy line on 01423 556903.
Closing date for applications: 25 April 2010 Interviews: w/c 17 May 2010
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MANCHESTER FA LIMITED
Social Inclusion Coordinator
Salary £22,500 to £26,000
Contract Fixed Term Post until 31st October 2012
Manchester Football Association is seeking to recruit a Social Inclusion Coordinator for football to continue to implement a strategic community development programme that will use football as a tool to build a better future.
This project has three main aims:
1. To coordinate and support existing projects in Greater Manchester with a Social Inclusion theme
Physical Activity Coordinator - Walking
£22,221 - £23,708 pa Ref: 26843
John Dryden House, Northampton Fixed term until 31 March 2013
You will be promoting and increasing levels of physical activity amongst low and non-participant adults across Northamptonshire. The role involves direct delivery and partnership working with voluntary and statutory agencies, with a key focus on developing the Walking for Health Initiative. This post is subject to enhanced CRB clearance.
For an informal discussion, please contact Jackie Browne on 01604 236455.
Closing date: 12 noon, 23 April 2010.
For additional information about this role and to apply online or download an application pack, please go to www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/jobs
If you require an information pack in an alternative format, please contact 01604 237666.
For an informal discussion about the role please phone 0161 604 7625 and ask for Natalie Woodford
Applications must be made by CV addressed to Natalie Woodford (County Development Manager), Manchester FA, Salford Sports Village, Littleton Road, Salford, M7 3NQ.
Alternatively a job description can be downloaded from www.manchesterfa.com
The closing date for CV applications is: Friday 23rd April 2010 at 12 noon. You must be available for Interviews on either: Tuesday 4th May and or Friday 7th May 2010.
Manchester FA is committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
2. To identify gaps in provision and provide opportunities by targeting deprived and hard to reach communities that sit outside of existing Social Inclusion projects
3. To ensure a sustainable post exists for Social Inclusion beyond October 2012.
Specific areas of work will include:
l Developing competitions for under-represented groups. l Helping administer and deliver tournaments on a regular basis, involving social inclusion projects and other partners working in deprived communities.
l Helping to develop exit routes and further partnerships (SSP’s, local authority) l Club Development and Workforce Development l Race Equality & Social Inclusion
To apply you need to be of graduate calibre and have significant experience in sports development working with challenging young people and adults within community settings. You need to be passionate about and committed to the development of football at a local level and ideally have a knowledge of The FA’s National Game Strategy.
Based at Manchester FA’s headquarters at the Salford Sports Village, candidates should have excellent interpersonal, presentation, administrative, communication and computer literacy skills and have the ability to influence at all levels, establish partnerships and manage finances associated with projects. You need to have a current full driving licence and be able to work evenings and weekends.
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