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Destination@BritishJudo

Destination@BritishJudo is seeking to engage a Judo coach to provide cover for Judo sessions for children from 5 - 15 years in the North East of England.

This position is based on a zero-hours contract and you will be available to cover classes for our current staff when they are unable to teach, possibly at short notice.  There is the possibility of this leading to a more permanent position, however this is not guaranteed.

This role cannot be expected to provide a full-time wage and there are no set hours of work.  You are not obliged to undertake any work offered to you and the Association is not obliged to offer you work.

We are looking for energetic individuals who are enthusiastic, well-organised and well-presented.  Applicants must enjoy working with, and motivating, children from beginner level through to squad.

This job is based in North East England and the successful applicant will be expected to live and teach in the area.  Teaching will be at Destination@BritishJudo community clubs.

Applicants must be experienced in Judo and ideally qualified to UKCC Level 2 (although not essential).  Further training and development will be provided.  Applicants must have a full driving license and will be required to have a full DBS disclosure check.

If interested, or to discuss opportunities, please contact Emma Shephard on 01509 631 671 or email:  destination@britishjudo.org.uk

Application by completed application form together with a covering letter detailing skills, experience and suitability for the role (no CVs).

Closing date for applications is close of business on Friday, 18 September 2015.

Completed applications should be sent to:

Emma Shephard

British Judo Association

Suite B, Technology Centre

Epinal Way

LOUGHBOROUGH

LE11 3GE

 

Email:  destination@britishjudo.org.uk

 


Club Development Officer (Part-Time)

Supported by sportscotland, JudoScotland are excited to be recruiting for the position of a part-time Club Development Officer to join our Business Delivery Team.

We are looking for an individual that will be able to create, develop, refine and deliver a programme of support for JudoScotland (JS) member Clubs.

This development work will encompass the JS affiliated Club network (in particular those working towards the JS ‘JudoMark’ scheme) and will look to not only deliver, but exceed the relevant outcomes within the JudoScotland strategic plan.

A full job description and details of how to apply can be found on the JudoScotland website. Please note the closing date for this position is: 10:00 hours on Monday 14 September 2015.

For more information or an informal discussion please contact:

Tony Penfold,
Business Delivery Team Manager,
07949 888074 (Mobile)
0131 333 2981 (JudoScotland Office)


Apprentice Coach (Coaching Futures Programme)

Supported by sportscotland, a unique opportunity in Judo-in-Scotland has arisen for a three year Apprentice Coach position within JudoScotland as part of sportscotland's Coaching Futures project (2015-2018).

JudoScotland are keen to hear from recently retired athletes (within the last 5 years) who have made a decision to pursue a career in coaching and as such have already embarked on, or completed a coaching course and taken a step into coaching, either in a paid or voluntary position.

The successful candidate will be ambitious and highly driven, demonstrated through a strong desire and commitment to develop within the role, working towards a future as a world class coach. Additionally, the successful candidate will have a high work ethic and be capable of working as part of a team, but also have the ability to work independently when required.

A full job description and details of how to apply can be found on the JudoScotland website.

Please note the closing date for this position being: 1500 hours on Monday 7 September 2015.

For more information or an informal discussion please contact:

David Somerville,
National High Performance Coach,
07989 504013 (Mobile)
0131 333 2981 (JudoScotland Office)


Full Time Judo Coach Required

Judo Education is looking to appoint a Full Time Judo Coach who is committed, energetic and enthusiastic to work in Primary Schools across the North West Area from September 2015.

The Candidate must have a minimum qualification of a BJA Level 1 Coach award and also have current driving license. A full training package for the position will be provided and the coach will be working as part of a professional team.

Judo Education has been established for over 15 years and is the UK’s largest provider to schools in the country. If you would like further information on this position.

Please do not hesitate to contact Carl Finney on (office) 01744 731747 (Mobile) 07801816629 email: carl@judoeducation.co.uk