- Up to 40 hours per week
- Working in a Primary School setting
- CPD training provided
- Multiple career progression routes
- Joining a team of like-minded people
Delivering sport and physical activities predominantly to children and young people, both in school curriculum time following the PE National Curriculum and/or set programs of study and also deliver a range of OSHL (Out Of School Hours Learning programmes), extracurricular activities before school, at lunch times, after school and school holiday periods. ?
In addition to this, staff wellbeing and training sessions are held on a regular basis to promote and encourage a positive workforce.
- Hold a minimum NGB Level 2 coaching certificate
- First Aid Certificate
- Safeguarding certificate
- DBS or CRB certificate
- Hold the Level 3 Supporting Learning in Physical Education and School Sport certificate
- Multi-Skills Development in Sport Level 2 award
- Coaching Disabled performers
- Experience in a Primary School environment
Training and additional qualifications will be offered dependent on experience and ability to meet the required competencies and skills required.
Personal situation and attributes
Delegates will be able to:
- Demonstrate and articulate that they have a clear passion and drive to inspire young people through sport and physical activity.
- Meet outcomes and results with a positive outlook, and a clear focus on expectations for high-quality standards.
- Critically assess own performance in a mature and credible manner.
- Deal with a range of different situations.
- Be reliable, tolerant and determined.
- Be an empathic communicator, able to see things from the other person’s point of view.
- Articulate themselves in a professional well-presented and professional manner at all times.
- Drive and have access to own transport and is sufficiently mobile and flexible to travel.
- Responsible and accountable.
- Motivate and instil confidence in others, have a presence and be able to get on with others and be a team player.
- No criminal convictions or cautions.
Knowledge & Understanding and Literacy & Numeracy Skills:
Delegates must hold relevant certification and be able to understand:
- The National Curriculum and education landscape.
- Ofsted and the characteristics of who and what they represent.
- A range of physical activity ideas and inclusion strategies.
- Must have GCSE A-C in both Literacy and Numeracy or equivalent.
- Basic business finance, cash flow, accounting for money taken and comparisons.
- Must be literate and be able to communicate both orally and manually using appropriate and correct grammar and language.
- How to communicate with different audiences using excellent face-to-face and telephone communication skills.
- Commercial responsibilities and have some understanding of sales.
- How they can use listening and questioning skills to challenge and gain information.
- Be creative and possess the ability to maximise opportunities presented when dealing with customers.
Delegates must be able to:
- Use Microsoft Office 365
- Understand basic databases using programmes such as Excel
- Access internet and email