Apprentice PE and Sport Coach

Wigan Athletic Community Trust
Wigan Athletic Community Trust
Apprentice National minimum wage
Contract type
Apprentice (Full time)
Closing date
14 June 2019
Interview date
25 June 2019
Job Description
Wigan Athletic Community Trust is looking to appoint a number of Apprentice PE and Sport Coaches to support Wigan Athletic Community Trust to provide a high quality PE and sports coaching offer to primary schools and community groups in Wigan.
The position will encompass the following roles and responsibilities: -
• Assisting in the delivery of high quality PE and sports coaching in Wigan primary schools
• Assisting in the delivery of Wigan Athletic Community Trust holiday courses
• Collating and inputting data on to an online monitoring programme
• Delivering community-based football events in Wigan including evening and weekend activities
• Successfully completing an NVQ Level 3 Diploma in PE & School Sport & Level 3 Award in Employment Awareness.
• Completing the FA Level 1 and Multi Skills Level 2 courses along with FA Emergency First Aid and Safeguarding Children

The successful candidate will have the following skills and competencies: -
• GCSE Grade 4 in PE or a Level 2 sport qualification
• GSCE Grade 4 or above in English and Maths
• Proficient using Microsoft Office
• Hard working and flexible
• Reliable and punctual
• Self-motivated and the ability to work well within a team
Due to this post being in regulated activity, the potential employee will be required to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
How to apply
For further details of the role and to apply please visit and complete the online application.

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