Sporting Your Futures is an award winning not-for-profit community organisation that works in the most deprived and disadvantaged areas in the West Midlands. We use sport as a tool to engage Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities (BAME) and facilitate positive change in the communities physical, mental and social wellbeing.
We are looking to recruit a passionate and experienced Sports Project Manager to create, manage and deliver dynamic and innovative community sports projects aimed at increasing activity levels in sport and physical activity in a variety of settings which include: schools, community sport and football projects and school holiday sports sessions.
Create, deliver and analyse high-quality Multi-Sports/Football activities for children across a range of ages and abilities, ensuring all coaching activities are delivered to the highest standards.
Lead the growth and development of core programmes in the designated geographical areas.
Lead and deliver high-quality school sport and extra-curricular coaching sessions, ensuring all activities are delivered to the highest standard.
Support coaches to set session delivery plans and ensure that individual requirements are met in terms of planning and assessment.
Responsibility for meeting performance targets, setting and meeting budget income and expenditure on assigned projects.
Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, partners and schools contributing to the growth of our programmes.
Possess the ability to report on impact and outcomes of projects where applicable.
Experience of managing, mentoring and supporting part-time coaches and volunteers in a coaching or education capacity.
Flexibility to work evenings and weekends where required.
Demonstrate commitment to Safeguarding by adhering to relevant policies, procedures and values relating to safeguarding children and adults at risk.
Enthusiasm, energy and willingness to meet challenging demands and work to deadlines.
Self-motivated, able to use initiative and a highly flexible approach to work.
Self-disciplined, with excellent attention to detail.
A strong team player with good inter-personal skills with the ability to build strong relationships with organisations, school, partners and stakeholders.
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.
Full training, mentoring and support will be given by our highly experienced and qualified team. 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: Please email most recent CV detailing your relevant qualifications, experiences and education using the subject line 'Sports Project Manager' to
Alternatively, if you require more information about this role or organisation feel free to contact the email above.
Interview dates: Recruitment days whereby practical interviews will be undertaken as soon as possible based upon the candidate’s availability.