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P/T Netball Coach - Secondary School - Woking, Surrey

Job Title: P/T Netball Coach - Secondary School - Woking, Surrey
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Surrey
Start Date: 1/9/16
Duration: Permanent
REF: PR/PE/003378

Job Description

A fantastic Part-Time job for a Level 1 Netball Coach with a Mini Bus Licence to coach a School's A Team. Apply NOW for a Sept Start - Perm Contract

Job Title:                Netball Coach

Job description:     To act as a Coach to an ‘A’ team within the Gordon’s School Netball programme. This will involve training twice a week after school and Saturday mornings. 

Year group:            Secondary School (age 11 – 18 years old)

Reports to:             Head of Netball

Main Duties and Responsibilities:
•    To coach and lead an ‘A’ team at Gordon’s School  
•    To be involved with appropriate pre-season and “in season” training and player skill/fitness testing 
•    To attend a meeting/training session with all players (juniors and seniors) to outline expectations for the season 
•    The ensure that the team is play book compliant
•    To provide regular feedback to the Head of Netball
•    To implement high quality coaching sessions, providing players with the best opportunity for individual and team success/development, ideally informed by the most recent performance
•    To ensure the appropriate safeguarding is carried out, in particular; warm up, cool down, medical kit with an understanding of, and adherence to, the school policies and procedures 
•    To inform the Head of Netball of fixture results, ‘hots and not’ and to nominate a ‘player of the match’.

Skills / Abilities / Knowledge:    

Level 1 Netball - Minimum
•    Up to date knowledge of netball at all levels
•    An understanding of the requirements needed to achieve elite levels of performance in netball
•    Strong interpersonal and communication skills both with individuals and groups
•    Strong leadership, team building and people management skills
•    Ability to work independently (unsupervised) within limits of authority – the ability to self-manage and prioritise own workload
•    Ability to perform effectively under pressure
•    Understanding of the need to develop independence in athletes and maintain this
•    Qualified to drive a Mini-bus (essential)

•    Experience of working with and coaching young players (aged 11-18 years)
•    To have been involved in a “local” sporting club environment
•    Sound knowledge of Netball
•    Understanding of training and match day responsibilities

•    Self-motivated, enthusiastic, with a passion for netball and the development of performance athletes.
•    Flexible and adaptable approach to work
•    A ‘can do’ and resilient attitude towards work
•    Team player with collaborative and supportive style
•    Personal integrity and the ability to evoke trust and respect from others
•    An openness to learn new skills and try new ideas
•    Willingness to self-assess personal performance and search for ways to improve

For more information contact Ben on or call 03330 143136. Apply NOW for a September Start!

Futureactive is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all applicants to share our commitment. An enhanced CRB/DBS will be required.