- Delivery of targeted and specialist interventions in schools to support young people more at risk of developing poor mental health or being excluded.
- Establishing and maintaining positive relationships with young people inside the classroom and providing emotional and behavioural support as required.
- Build and maintain good professional relationships with lead teachers at all educational establishments, liaising with them on referring young people/groups that would benefit from our programmes to support their overall wellbeing and education experience.
- Delivery of PE, school sport, community sport and youth development coaching sessions as and when requested according to an agreed schedule. This may include delivery during evenings and weekends.
- The building of a positive rapport with partner schools, including productive relationships with school leaders, teachers and support staff.
- Administration of all registers for sessions delivered.
- To monitor progress and review KPI targets agreed with line manager.
- Promotion of all Company activities and programmes by appropriate means.
- Progress toward the completion of any professional qualifications as reasonably requested by line manager
- Work with wider Wellbeing Team to support our Inclusion work, signposting to other Trust programmes as appropriate
- Adherence to national governing body (Football Association) guidelines. This includes maintenance of FA Licensed Coaches Club membership, which requires valid certificates in the following: FA qualifications, FA Emergency First Aid, FA disclosure and Barring Service, FA Safeguarding Children. You must also complete the requisite continual professional development with the FA.
- Adherence to the Cambridge United Staff Handbook and Code of Conduct and relevant policies in all aspects of this role.
- Any other duties as requested and agreed with line manager.
|Job Type||Full time|
|Salary||£21000 - 24000|