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.