Tottenham Hotspur Foundation (the Foundation) is a registered charity and the community arm of Premier League football club, Tottenham Hotspur. The Club, through the Foundation, seeks to use the power and unique appeal of football to provide opportunities that change lives throughout its local community.
The Foundation is based at the Grade II-listed 18th century Percy House on Tottenham High Road – painstakingly restored by the Club as part of the wider sport-led regeneration of the area. We are driven by a passion for creating positive change in people lives within an area of significant socio-economic deprivation, yet where a vibrancy and richness of talent and ambition exists. The Foundation harnesses and builds on this through a range of projects and initiatives to pursue, achieve and sustain desired impacts and outcomes, utilising partnerships within the private, not-for-profit and public sectors.
The Foundation is seeking a Tottenham Futures Delivery Coach to deliver on our new project Tottenham Futures, which aims to reduce youth violence within the local community through providing enriching after school activities.
The Tottenham Futures Delivery Coach will help to develop and deliver the programme across 4 key boroughs, implementing life skills workshops, group and 121 mentoring, various qualifications and employment support. After school activities will include football sessions, art classes, various qualifications, rewards trips, 121 and group mentoring and more. The post holder will also have a responsibility to liaise with key professionals in the boroughs to establish long lasting referral pathways and partnerships.
The job holder will commit and conform to Tottenham Hotspur Foundation procedures and codes of conduct, including Tottenham Hotspur safeguarding policy, Equal Opportunities policy and health and safety at work – reflecting the Club commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable people in our community. The job holder will have responsibility for promoting ethics, safeguarding and the welfare of children – the Club expects all staff to share this commitment.
To ensure and maintain high quality sessions on the Tottenham Futures Programme across the community, specifically within the boroughs of Haringey, Enfield, Waltham Forest and Barnet, the job holder will be responsible for working with key partners within the local community to oversee the delivery, development strategic implementation of the Tottenham Futures delivery plan.
The post holder will have transferable skills and relevant experience, with the ability to prepare, deliver a variety of high-quality engaging sessions, and adapt to meet the specific project needs in line with the Foundation safeguarding and welfare practices when working with children between the age of 11 – 18.
Create, plan and deliver high quality after-school sessions to ensure young people are engaged and sustained on the programme.
Deliver targeted interventions and workshops which aim to deter young people away from falling victim or becoming involved in violence.
Support young people via targeted 121 mentoring work, as well as group mentoring sessions.
Collaborate with schools and partnerships to monitor and measure the impact of Tottenham Futures on young people behaviour, attendance, confidence and abilities.
Support fellow colleagues to call prospective participants parents / guardians to explain the project and the benefits of the programme, therefore increasing participation numbers.
Support the Tottenham Futures Coordinator to achieve Key Performance Indicators (KPI) with a target driven mindset.
Ensure that all sessions and relevant data is added onto Salesforce (Data platform used by THF and PL).
Assist the coordinator with planning and delivering Tottenham Futures awards shows, Networking meetings and Rewards trips.
Support the Tottenham Futures Coordinator with the completion of monitoring, evaluation and impact report requirements.
Support the Tottenham Futures Coordinator to expand and grow the programme throughout neighbouring boroughs and community hubs.
Thinks ahead, generates innovative ideas.
Values respects others, builds relationships, collaborates.
Gets things done, delivers to highest of standards, takes responsibility.
Flexible working style
Time management skills
Authenticity and integrity
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Computer Literate (Microsoft Office) / IT skills
Mentoring qualification for children / young adults.
Extensive experience of working with children aged between 11-18 in a school/after school clubs setting.
Experience of working with challenging or complex needs in children, with support from colleagues.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, to establish and maintain good working relationships.
Experience in planning and delivering a variety of engaging sessions to groups of 10+ children of varying ages (11-13, 14-16, 17-18)
Ability to take their own initiative and work as part of a team.
Ability to travel to anvariety of workplaces within North London, utilising own transport.
Ability to use initiative and adapt sessions dependent on the needs of the group.
FA Level 1 or above sports coaching qualification
FA Level 2 or above sports coaching qualification
Experience in planning and delivering multi-sport and football-based activities, appropriate to a variety of age groups and abilities
Hold a current Emergency First Aid Certificate, Safeguarding Children Certificate and Current DBS
Counselling skills qualification / therapy qualification at degree level
Youth work Level 1 or above
Safeguarding is fundamental to the success in all that we do. Successful candidates are subject to an enhanced DBS check with child barred list.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club welcomes applications from anyone regardless of age, disability, race, or ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.