An immediate position has become available in our extremely successful recreational gymnastics section of the academy.
All interested parties should send their covering letter and CV to email@example.com by 5pm on Friday 23rd December.
Interviews will be held week commencing Tuesday 3rd January 2017.
Job Title – Gymnastics Coordinator – Recreational Gymnastics
Reporting to Chief Executive
Weekly Hours 37.5
Salary Band Band D £14,000 to £21,000
The purpose of this role is to coach recreational gymnasts and work in partnership with the local community to implement/deliver local initiatives that will increase the quality of provision and the participation levels of gymnastics. Will contribute to the delivery of the CNGA Development Plan, ensuring that their work is aligned to CNGA Development Goals.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
– Building up an effective and robust network of contacts within the catchment area to aid recruitment
– Building up an effective and robust network of volunteers to support delivery of initiatives
– Plan and organize coaching sessions, courses, events, open days, promote reward schemes. Set up taster sessions for recreational gymnasts
– Manage and support recreational Coaches and volunteers
– Undertake personal and professional development in order to further knowledge and experience
– Make suggestions/recommendations to support development of gymnastics and the perception of CNGA within the catchment area
– Analyse and resolve problems/issues
– Comply with health and safety policy and guidelines at all times
– Comply with BG Safeguarding guidelines at all times
– Provide evidence to CEO on mutually agreed timescales
– Undertake other appropriate duties as assigned
Any applications for posts working either directly or indirectly with children and/or vulnerable adults are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Applicants will therefore be required to disclose any cautions, reprimands, final warnings and convictions, even those that are considered ‘spent’, as part of the application process and will be required to complete a CRB disclosure before an appointment is confirmed. CNGA will not discriminate unfairly against applicants with a criminal record and having a criminal record will not necessarily bar an individual from working for CNGA.
Knowledge, Skills, Experience
This role requires the holder to have an in-depth knowledge of gymnastic activities within the catchment area, it’s strengths, weaknesses and potential. It also requires the role holder to be very hands-on, facilitating and delivering key initiatives and projects
Essential / Desirable
Qualification – minimum Level 3 or working towards
Interpersonal skills for influencing and networking
IT skills for correspondence and general administration
Be able to coach gymnasts at different ages and stages of their gymnastics development.
Effective leadership and team working
Be able to achieve targets
A good understanding of the CNGA development plan and its goals
Physical stamina – fit enough to support gymnasts whilst coaching
Enthusiasm for gymnastics