After School Sports Club Coaches
- To support the development and implementation of a varied after school sporting activities to meet the needs of the children and young people.
- To help prepare and fully set out the play areas before the children and young people arrive and tidy up after they leave.
- To deliver a safe and enjoyable sports session.
- To plan, provide and take part in all the groups’ activities.
- Ensure that all areas are kept clean and safe for children and young people at all times.
- To advise the centre manager of any matters requiring attention such as concerns about a child, or equipment needing replacement.
- To assess the ongoing needs of the children and young people, undertaking H&S and implementing risk assessments.
- To ensure that the club opening times have appropriate staff to child ratio.
- To supervise the work of any volunteer assisting with delivery.
- To liaise on a regular basis with the centre manager to ensure the needs are being met.
- To attend internal and external meetings as required.
- To keep accurate records of all sessions attendees.
- To undertake all administrative duties related to the post.
- To undertake relevant training as necessary to enhance personal skills and professional development.
- To be familiar with all, and work to Youth Options’ policies and procedures.
- To ensure that receipts for expenditure total up on a weekly basis, and handed to the centre manager.
- To undertake and maintain risk assessments.
- Comply with any reasonable request from their line manager.
- To implement the health and safety policies for their area of work.
- To ensure risk assessments are carried out for all activities undertaken in their area of work.
- To identify and report safety related problems.
- To ensure that the correct procedures are followed for incidents/accidents.
Under the Health & Safety at Work Act, all employees are required to take care of their own health and safety and that of other employees in complying with their statutory duties. It is the responsibility of the employee to ensure that they are familiar with and work to the Youth Options’ Health & Safety Policy.
Equality and Diversity
Youth Options operates under an Equality and Diversity Policy and it is the responsibility of the employee to ensure that they are familiar with this policy and understand their responsibility to adhere to it in their daily working practice.
Please note, if you are a holder of a Tier 4 visa you will have certain conditions and working restrictions attached to your visa. Generally, students studying towards a degree level qualification (NQF6) or above are restricted to a maximum of 20 hours work per week during term time, which is reduced to 10 hours per week for students studying below degree level. Please check your visa for more details. It is a criminal offence to breach the conditions of your visa, and anyone found doing so by UK Visas and Immigration is likely to have their permission to stay in the UK cancelled.
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