Community Coach

Community Coach

Website Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club

– Salary: £11.21 – £16.81 per hour (inclusive of holiday pay)
– Closing Date: 30/06/2019
– Job Role : Community Coach

Roles and responsibilities

To monitor and keep up-to-date certificates, licenses and qualifications, administered by the FA, to enable AITC to deliver coaching at the highest standard.
To deliver high quality football and multi-sport coaching, enabling individuals to develop according to their abilities and encouraging them to sustain activity levels.
To support the development of coaching resources as required.
To liaise with staff, partners and participants when required to maintain first class working relationships.
To guide and encourage participants to make appropriate decisions about further participation in sport at a level appropriate to their ability.
To identify the needs of individual groups and tailor your delivery as appropriate.
To provide practical assistance to young leaders, other coaches and volunteers.
To adhere to safeguarding guidelines, including undertaking risk assessments and reporting any incidents/ accidents to your Line Manager immediately.
To create a highly professional environment for each session; which both represents AITC and demonstrates high levels of customer service and engagement.
To keep up to date registers for all activities and add details to the Charity’s database (Substance Views) on a regular basis.
To act as an ambassador for Albion in the Community and Brighton & Hove Albion FC at all times.
To cross promote AITC programmes that will assist with business development and secure new contracts.
To attend training courses and continuing professional development sessions when required.
General duties and accountabilities

To support Brighton & Hove Albion FC and AITC in their aims and objectives at all times.
To ensure compliance with all relevant club policies, including health and safety policies.
To ensure compliance with all relevant legal, regulatory, ethical and social requirements.
To keep confidential any information gained regarding the charity, club and its personnel.
To represent Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club and AITC in a professional manner.
To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times.
To undertake other duties and responsibilities as required from time to time.
General Expecations

To uphold and live our Team Brighton Values; Treat people well, Exceed Expectations, Aim high (never give up) and Make it special.
To be a champion of equality and diversity in the workplace and treat all staff, customers, sponsors, clients and applicants with fairness, dignity and respect
To report incidents of any form of discrimination through the correct channels.
To promote best practice in safeguarding and create an environment that is safe for children young people and vulnerable adults.
To report safeguarding concerns through the correct channels
To ensure that any safeguarding training and certificates are kept up to date.
Qualifications & Experience

Essential

FA Level 1 Coaching in Football Qualification
Member of the FA Licensed Coaches’ Club
Valid and accepted enhanced FA DBS CRC (Criminal Background Check) or be willing to undertake this check if successful
Valid FA Emergency Aid Certificate
Valid FA Safeguarding Children Certificate
Experience of planning and delivering coaching sessions in football or multi-sport
Knowledge and understanding of child protection issues
Experience working with or in schools, colleges and youth groups
A dynamic coach, with excellent communication skills
Ability to relate effectively with the 4-18 age groups
Ability to adapt coaching sessions to appropriate age groups
A genuine team player
Act as a role model with behaviour consistent with the vision of Albion in the Community
Flexible and positive attitude
A clear drive to raise the quality of coaching delivered throughout Sussex
A strong motivator, with high enthusiasm
Ability to work unsupervised
Willingness to learn
Creative thinker to deliver exciting and fun coaching sessions
Desirable

FA Level 2 or 3 Coaching in Football Qualification
Qualifications in coaching/delivering multi-sports
Level 3 Certificate in Supporting the Delivery of PE & School Sport
Qualifications or training within Disability sports (i.e. FA Coaching Disabled footballer course)
Experience of working with young people with additional needs
Experience and knowledge of working with Disabled participants and within Disability sports
Experience of working with a variety of young people
Own transport
Full valid UK driving license

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