South London Storm is looking to appoint a new Community Development Officer and 2 Community Rugby League Coaches to work in the South London Service Area for an initial period of three years, starting from September 2009.
Community Development Officer
Salary: Package up to £24,000 pa including benefits
3 year fixed term contract
Community Rugby League Coaches
Salary: Package up to £20,000 pa including benefits
3 year fixed term contract
About the Jobs:
? The delivery of coaching to young people of all age groups in local schools, the community and club settings within the South London Service Area
? The introduction of lifestyle and leadership skills to young people
? Quality planning, preparation and organisation of coaching sessions, tournaments and events
? The maintenance of a comprehensive schedule and record of coaching as established and administered by the South London Service Area, plus reporting against Pathway Targets and Key Performance Indicators
? Verifiable experience of coaching children and young people
? Preferred candidates should also:
? Hold an RFL coaching qualification (preferably Level 2)
? Hold a current Driving Licence
? Be computer literate
? Possess high quality written and verbal communication skills
? Be able to motivate and inspire young people from all backgrounds
? Be willing to work weekends and evenings on a regular basis
Applicants for the Community Development Officer position will also be expected to have proven management and staff supervision skills and lead the further development and improvement of our schools and junior club programs.
• Closing date for applications is June 19th 2009
• Interviews will be held week commencing June 26th 2009
Applications should be made by emailing your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com Postal applications will also be accepted.
Please submit completed postal applications to: Giovanni Cinque, General Manager, South London Storm Rugby League Club, St Josephs College, Beulah Hill, London SE19 3HL
South London Storm Rugby League Club is committed to equal opportunities and encourages applications from all members of the community
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