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Men's Rugby Union Coach - University of Northampton

Salary:

£15.62 per hour (Level 2), £19.53 per hour (Level 3+)

Start Date

Job Description

Hours:            3 hours per week for 22 weeks per academic year + attendance at home fixtures
Salary:            £15.62 per hour (Level 2), £19.53 per hour (Level 3+) -
Work Base:      University of Northampton/Northampton Old Scouts RFC
Pension:          Not applicable
Holidays:         Holiday pay will be calculated and paid at end of academic year.

We are hugely keen on sport here at the University of Northampton Students’ Union, and sport is free to every student that studies here. We are looking to improve the quality of the sports provision we offer to our members as well as the standards which our teams achieve.

As a coach you will be responsible for the delivery of two ninety minute sessions each week during term-times, based upon the feedback provided by the team’s captain and your own instincts. We also require coaches to be at the majority (if not all) home fixtures.

We are looking for a dynamic and experienced coach in each sport who will be able to inspire our students to achieve their full potential when at the University and delivery a top quality training programme.

A full job description is listed below.

The University of Northampton Students’ Union requires all candidates to complete an application form accom-panied by a CV.

If you would like written acknowledgement that your application has been received then please include a stamped addressed envelope.

The closing date for this position is 30th August 2012. We look forward to receiving your application before this date. P

lease return your completed form and CV to Roger Weston by post, email or fax, details of which appear below.

Interviews will be held w/c 3rd September 2012.

If you have not heard from us within three weeks of the closing date, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Job Title:

Men’s Rugby Union Coach

Responsible to:

Sport Development Co-ordinator

Responsible for:

Assistant Student Coaches

Accountable to:

Membership Services Manager

Functional Relationships:

All sports team members & officials, UNSU Exec

Overall Purpose:

 

The aim of the Students’ Union is to support and enhance the educational, social, cultural and recreational activities, and opportunities of the student body, and also to provide a channel of communication for students with the Universi-ty, NUS and other bodies.

The purpose of this role is to provide the University of Northampton with quality coaching and development opportunities for both the team and individuals.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

1. To assist in the organisation of trials and selection of players.

1. To assist in the organisation of trials and selection of players.

2. To deliver quality, planned coaching sessions to the club to improve the performance of both individuals and the team/s.

3. To encourage and nurture an environment where high performance can exist and is expected.

4. To develop a termly training plan that is presented to the Sport Development Co-ordinator.

5. To submit to the Sport Development Co-ordinator a monthly attendance report.

6. To demonstrate commitment to professional development and clear player development pathways.

7. To ensure all activities comply fully with Health & Safety legislation and that the appropriate risk assessments are implemented.

8. To work at all times within an equal opportunities framework.

9. To work according to BUCS regulations.

Generic Duties and Responsibilities

1. Attendance at weekly home matches where possible.

1. Attendance at weekly home matches where possible.

2. To attend a pre-term Orientation session.

3. Any other duties, as may be reasonably required, from time to time by your Line Manager or Senior Manage-ment Team.

4. These duties are a guide to the work that the post holder will initially be required to undertake. Other duties or a change of duties may be necessary from time to time. It is important to know that you will be expected to participate in any training programme considered relevant to your job. The Students’ Union expects all staff to participate and take ownership of their Induction, Personal Review Programmes, Departmental Staff Meetings, Training and networking opportunities.

5. A condition of employment is that all staff are expected to assist in key events throughout the year e.g. Fresh-ers’ Fair and any other key events, including elections, if necessary. Staff are expected to portray a positive image, both internally and externally of the Students’ Union by displaying high standards of service, integrity, punctuality, politeness and professionalism.

6. Applicants should note that the University of Northampton Students’ Union operates a No Smoking Policy. The Students' Union is committed to its Policy & Code of Practice on Equal Opportunities and welcomes applica-tions from all sections of the community.

7. The post holder will be expected to undertake other responsibilities and tasks as reasonably requested by the CEO.

8. The post holder will be responsible and accountable for ensuring all employment legislative requirements are adhered to including equality and diversity and health and safety issues.

9. The job description may be altered at any time in the future in line with the level of the post to meet changing institutional requirements, but only in full consultation with the post holder.

Application Deadline

30 August 2013

Closing Date

30 August 2013