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Casual Coach

4 weeks ago

Barnet FC

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Job Description

Barnet FC Foundation offers:

A clear strategy to create opportunities for the local community to engage through the power of football

A world class training centre that supports the Club’s ambition to provide excellent facilities for all levels of participant from grassroots to international teams

A Foundation that is determined to create opportunities to help enhance the lives of people in its local community through football, education, employment, health and social inclusion programmes

Barnet FC Foundation is seeking a Casual Football Coach to prepare and deliver high quality, participation based coaching sessions in a variety of locations across Harrow and Barnet (such as after school clubs, our own Soccer School at The Hive London, holiday camps, lunch time clubs and match day events at The Hive) This role is primarily coaching children aged 4 up to 15 years old.

The position may involve working irregular hours (e.g. Evenings / Saturdays / Bank Holidays) so a flexibility is important.

Barnet Football Club welcome applications from anyone regardless of age, disability, race, colour or ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.

Key Responsibilities

Coaching
Delivery of football sessions as directed by the Foundation coaching guidelines, to ensure players are developed across all 4 corners (technical, physical, psychological and social)
Actively engage with the Foundation coaching development and support opportunities (CPD)

General
Understand and comply with all relevant Club policies
Understand and comply with the Club’s health and safety procedures
Promote, adhere to, and implement the Club’s Equality Diversity Policy
Attend Foundation coaching CPD in-service training events as required
Undertake any other duties as may reasonably be expected

Personal Attributes
Organised - prepared and delivers to a consistently high standard
Reliable – be able to commit to scheduled programmes and to be punctual
People skills – good communicator: friendly, approachable, positive attitude.
Values respects others, builds relationships, collaborates, and works well within a team environment
Energy and enthusiasm – inspires and motivates all participants
Builds relationships with key stakeholders – schools, parents etc, strives to deliver the highest standard of service as possible
Communication – pro-active with comms, responds promptly
Able to work independently, showing initiative, taking responsibility, and thinking logically
Passionate - taking great pride and enthusiasm in your work

Skills Experience 
Essential

Minimum FA Level 1 or Introduction to Coaching Football QualificationCurrent FA First Aid QualificationCurrent FA Safeguarding Children Qualification

Desired
FA Level 2 / UEFA C License
DBS Disclaimer
Right to Work Check
Safeguarding is fundamental to the success in all that we do. Successful candidates will undergo the following pre-employment checks prior to a start date being confirmed.
Satisfactory right to work in the UK.
Satisfactory written references (one must be from the most recent/current employer);
Criminal record check’ (Enhanced DBS with Child/Adult Barring)
Evidence of professional qualifications and education (where appropriate)
Evidence of any Safeguarding training or certification (where appropriate)
All employment offers are conditional and based on the information being provided.

*Salary dependent on qualifications and relevant experience.
Please send a CV and brief cover letter explaining why you think you are the right person for this role to:
* Successful applicants will be contacted within 48 hours of making an application. Unfortunately, we are unable to respond to all applicants

Job Detail

Deadline11/11/2022
Job TypeCasual
QualificationsFA Level 1
LevelCommunity
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