The successful candidate will be responsible for inspiring and engaging participants from our female provision sessions. The Foundation Coach will work across multiple Foundation activities, including After School Clubs, Skills Club, Soccer Schools, Girls Kicks and Girls Development Centre.
The Foundation Coach will work closely with the Female Football Development Officer to develop and grow female engagement across participation based activities. In line with our Equality, Diversity and Action plan, you will deliver activities that are inclusive of all young people and provide benefit to the entire community.
Fulham FC Foundation strives to deliver high quality services and we recognise that our coaches are key to achieving this. Often the first point of contact for partners and customers and representing the Foundation in a range of environments, we set high standards for those who deliver our programmes.
You will be experienced in delivering football and extracurricular activities to female participants aged 3 years - adults, a confident communicator, well organised and passionate about the purpose of the Foundation.
You will be a positive role model, have exceptional time management skills and the ability to act on your own initiative.
The following qualifications & skills are essential:
A minimum FA Level 1 Award (FA Level 2 Award preferred)
FA Emergency First Aid
FA Safeguarding Children certificate
Experience of working with female participants
Ability to travel independently
Qualifications in other sports and a Level 3 Certificate in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School Sport are desirable.
The position is a 20-hour part-time contract.
The posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Fulham Football Club Foundation is committed to increasing diversity and maintaining an inclusive workplace culture. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of their ethnicity, race, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, age, marital status or whether or not they have a disability.