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QPR in the Community Trust

QPR in the Community Trust

Inclusive Projects Officer

country

posting Date

role Type

England

Coaching

Mar 19, 2024

ROLE DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Inclusive Projects Officer
Duration of contract: 1 year fixed-term contract (extension subject to funding)
Hours of work: 37.5 per week
Salary: £25,000 per annum
Location: Loftus Road Stadium and a variety of venues across West London
Reports to: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead
Department: Community Trust
Main Duties and Responsibilities:

Offer wide ranging football opportunities across QPR Trust’s delivery boroughs for children and adults with disabilities.
Ensure sessions are assessed through the Equality Impact Framework to identify any barriers to participation.
Work alongside the National and County FA’s to identify talented players with a disability that could progress into the FA’s Talent Pathway
Actively recruit and support the ongoing training of qualified coaches to deliver on Inclusive programmes.
Retain and grow participation across current QPR Trust Down Syndrome, Para and Mental Health and Wellbeing sessions.
Commit to a programme of continuing personal development (CPD)
Ensure all activities are delivered to the standards outlines in the Trust/Club’s Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Child Protection policies.
Record and store sensitive data in line with the QPR Trust’s GDPR policies
Participate in the appraisal process.
Undertake duties to support the Club’s commercial/marketing partners.
Work QPR home match days, evening work, weekends and Bank holidays when instructed.
Undertake every opportunity to promote a positive image of QPR in the Community Trust and Queens Park Rangers Football Club.

 
The type of experience we are looking for:
Qualifications

Minimum Level 1 in coaching football
Driving Licence and access to a vehicle (essential)
In date DBS. Safeguarding First Aid Qualifications (desirable)

Skills, Knowledge, Experience

Minimum of 2 years’ experience working with participants with disabilities
Able to work with adults and young people, in particular those with challenging behaviour, those deemed socially disadvantaged, those from different ethnic groups and those with special needs
Experience of working effectively with a range of organisations to achieve positive outcomes for young people 
Knowledge of Child Protection and Safeguarding principles and procedures
Experience delivering community-based session to differing sized audiences (Desirable)

Personal Qualities


Ability to develop effective professional relationships with colleagues, school staff, stakeholders, parents and participants
Able to use a variety of delivery styles to engage and motivate individuals
Empathetic, patient and willing to go that extra mile to support participantsassociated with the inclusive programme
Strong organisational skills and the ability to work in a demanding environment.
Intermediate Microsoft Office skills (Outlook, Word, Excel)


QPR in the Community Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.
As part of our safe recruitment practice pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. This will include an Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service DBS Check.
Queens Park Rangers Football Club and QPR in the Community Trust are committed to Equality

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