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South Yorkshire Sports Partnership is looking to appoint two new positions to the Team. South Yorkshire Sport is the County Sport Partnership covering the South Yorkshire sub-region and is hosted by Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council. The Partnership offi ces are based at The English Institute of Sport in Sheffi eld.
Manager Grade 8 (SCP 34-37) £28,636 - £30,851
Full-Time 37 hours per week Temporary Fixed-term Contract until 31 March 2011 (with, in principle, funding for a further year until March 2012)
South Yorkshire Sport are looking for an exceptional individual to complete our development team that will drive the implementation of the Partnership’s Strategic Plan and our Enhanced Specifi cation of Coaching Services as funded by Sport England.
You will develop and manage a South Yorkshire Coaching Support Network that will put in place a coordinated system that will recruit, deploy and support coaches across the county.
As part of a national network of similar offi cers you will work closely with sports coach UK, the national governing bodies of sport and local authority partners to ensure their coaching needs are met. This will entail putting in place a county infrastructure that will provide more effective coaching across South Yorkshire recognising the crucial role that the HE/FE sector has to play.
You will be experienced in working within the sports development fi eld, preferably in the development of coaches. You will also be an excellent communicator with a background of working with a wide range of partners, and experience of managing projects from their inception through implementation to review.
For an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact Helen Cund, Partnership Network Manager, South Yorkshire Sports Partnership on 0114 223 5672 or email helen.cu
Development Offi cer Grade 5 (SCP 22-25) £19,621- £21,519 (pro rata)
Part-Time 20 hours per week
Temporary 1 Year Fixed-Term Contract (with, in principle, funding for a further 2 years)
Ref: CSN/50063060 Guided by, and reporting to the South Yorkshire Athletics Network, your primary role will be to support the development of the Network and deliver development outcomes as determined by the Network Delivery Plan. The main focus of the McCain South Yorkshire Athletics Network is to raise participation levels in the sport through close collaboration with a range of deliverers and stakeholders and to develop athletes, coaches and offi cials to support and sustain the sport of athletics. You will also provide a range of development services to the Clubs and representatives in the McCain South Yorkshire Athletics Network and support the development of athletics in the South Yorkshire sub-region.
Fully licensed, with a level 2 or above UKA coaching qualifi cation, you will be experienced in working with clubs and coaches, preferably in the sport of Athletics. You will have a good knowledge of coach education systems and the structures of Athletics in England. You will also be an excellent communicator with a background of working with a wide range of partners, and experience of achieving change.
For an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact Steve Gaines, South Yorkshire Athletics Network (Chairman) on 01302 538408 or email SandJGAINES@aol.com
or Helen Cund, Partnership Network Manager, South Yorkshire Sports Partnership on 0114 223 5672 or email helen.cu
Application packs for either post can be obtained from www.barnsley.gov.uk
or by telephoning (01226) 772250 and quoting the post reference number. Completed applications should be returned to Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council.
These posts require an Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check.
Closing date for applications: 30 July 2010, at 4:15pm. Interviews will be held w/c 16 August 2010.
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