Location: High Wycombe, HP12 4HJ
Weekly Wage: £124.50
Working Week: Hours per week TBC, predominately Monday – Friday, but some evening & weekend work will be required
Total hours per week: 30.0
Duration: 14 months
Positions: 4 available
Possible Start Date: 1st September 2020
The apprentice will be responsible for assisting WWSET’s qualified football coaches and PE specialists in planning, preparing and delivering high quality sports participation activities in a range of settings such as in school PE lessons, after school clubs, elite development academy sessions, Saturday morning clubs and soccer schools.
Specific duties include:
- Assist the planning, preparation and delivery of high quality football, PE and sport provision to children and young people in education and community settings
- All candidates must be comfortable with delivering a variety of different sports and developing into a PE Specialist
- Prepare session plans
- Be responsible for handling and setting up various sports equipment
- Facilitate safe coaching sessions and display an awareness of safeguarding
- The role will include administrative responsibilities
About the Employer
Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust (“WWSET”) is the charitable arm of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club (“WWFC”) and exists in order to assist the club achieve its passionate commitment to being of benefit to the local community.
The role of WWSET involves harnessing the appeal of the WWFC brand to engage with as many people as possible, regardless of personal characteristics or demographics and provide them with positive experiences via the delivery of an exciting and appealing range of projects and initiatives.
The charities efforts, all of which aim to help local people achieve personal progressions and outcomes, focus on delivering activity in 4 key areas, namely:
- Sports Participation
- Social Inclusion
Furthermore, whilst engaging the community with our diverse array of projects, we also hope to provide positive exposure of the WWFC badge across the county of Buckinghamshire at all times in order to increase the interest in, and reputation of, the Chairboys.