Sporting Your Futures CIC

Sporting Your Futures CIC

Disability Sports Coach

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Posting Date

Oct 27, 2022

Role description

Are you a sports coach looking for within community settings? Do you have experience working with 5-11-year-olds with additional learning requirements and Challenging Behaviour?  
Look no further- we have the ideal role for you! 
Sporting Your Futures was formed to navigate change in the community through sport and social activities, by being inclusive of all sections of the community. We target the young and elderly by taking a proactive approach to engage inactive communities.We aim to explore more opportunities to use physical activity as a tool to improve diversity, mental health, social action, cohesion, employability and the health and wellbeing of local communities.
Due to the growth of the organisation, we are looking to recruit Disability Sports Coaches to deliver sport and physical activity sessions to children and young people on a variety of programmes in the West Midlands.
We are looking for someone who is:
Dedicated to providing high quality education through sports and physical activity in a range of settings (schools, community projects and school holiday sports camps).
Providing 1:1 behaviour interventions for pupils who have challenging behaviour and SEMH.
Able to create a supportive environment where participants can improve their skills and enjoy participating in sport and physical activity.
To be responsible and always have a duty of care for the health and safety of participants.
Passionate about sport and working with children, families and the local community.
Dedicated in promoting the wellbeing of all individuals.
Able to develop excellent, positive relationships with parents/carers.
Personal requirements:
An individual who has a passion for sport and physical activity.
Experienced in coaching/working with children or young people with additional needs  
Experienced working with Challenging Behaviour, Autism and SEMH. 
Relevant qualifications in multiple sports will be an advantage
An individual who possesses the ability to inspire and empower children and young people.
An individual who wants to develop and improve themselves using their mentor within the organisation as support.
Essential qualifications:
Valid driving licence and own transport.
Minimum NGB Level 1 in Multi-Sports, Football or other sports (Applicants with no Multi-Sports/Football qualifications to be considered depending on their experience).
Sporting Your Futures CIC is committed to safeguarding and promoting children's welfare and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants must be willing to undergo several safeguarding checks, including an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, reference checks with employers/education and where applicable, Barred List and Prohibition checks.
Relevant training for the role will be given to all successful candidates prior to starting (e.g. First Aid, Safeguarding, food safety).
How to apply: Email CV using the email subject ‘Disability Sports Coach’ to
Alternatively, if you require more information about this role or organisation feel free to contact the email above
Interview dates: Recruitment Days and/or Practical interviews will be undertaken as soon as possible based upon the candidate’s availability.

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