The Trust is currently looking to recruit a new BreakThru Officer to join its successful team to deliver its programme of activities within schools across Greater Manchester.
Sharks Community Trust use the core values of rugby and sport to make a positive impact on the community by increasing participation, and by developing opportunities to improve education, health and social inclusion.
The Trust is currently looking to recruit a new BreakThru Officer to join its successful team to deliver its programme of activities within schools across Greater Manchester. The role will combine both rugby coaching with the delivery of educational sessions within a classroom environment primarily to Key Stage Two and Key Stage Three children.
This is a temporary position in the first instance (until the end of May 2015) and the successful candidate will be based at the Sale Sharks' Carrington Training Ground.
BreakThru Officer Role
Salary - £16,000 (pro-rata)
The new BreakThru Officer will be responsible for working within a team of people to deliver the Sharks Community Trust's schools programmes. This includes the Key Stage Two programmes, Aviva Tackling Numbers and Something To Chew On as well as the Key Stage Three programme, Number Cruncherz. The officer will also be expected to support the Sharks Community Trust rugby coaches on holiday camps in school holidays and other club programmes such as HITZ.
The closing date for applications is Friday 19th September at 12.00noon. The interviews will take place on Thursday 25th September. It is hoped that the successful candidate will be able to commence employment at the end of October/start of November.
To deliver Aviva Tackling Numbers (a numeracy programme) and Something To Chew On (healthy eating programme) to Key Stage Two children in schools across the region. This will involve delivering both classroom sessions as well as a tag rugby sessions.
To deliver Number Cruncherz, the Trusts/MBNA Financial Education Programme which targets Key Stage 3 children. This will involve delivering touch rugby sessions as well as classroom sessions on Financial Education using a rugby club as context.
To deliver high quality coaching on a variety of other programmes delivered by the Trust including holiday rugby camps.
To make and build relationships with key stakeholders both at Sale Sharks and the wider community.
To represent both Sale Sharks and Sharks Community Trust in a positive manner at all times.
To assist at Matchdays and Trust events when required.
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