Community Sports Coach (schools)

Want to help shape the future of children, improving their confidence and enacting positive change in them by instilling a love of movement and encouraging lifelong participation in sport and activity?

Are you looking for a new challenge working in schools enabling the provision of sport and activity?

Do you want to be part of a movement that rewards you for your input with fantastic career progression opportunities that could see you managing your own territory in Leicester and Leicestershire, paying handsome bonuses and rewarding you for your effort as well as the hours you work?

For us, it’s more than just a business. We’re changing lives by delivering experiences that allow children to take part in sport in such a way that they can be themselves, free from judgement and to be as competitive or not as they like with a greater emphasis on personal development instead of athletic improvement.

Our sessions take children on a rewarding journey that leads to greater confidence, improved behaviour, better cognitive function and improved concentration. These are the important components of interpersonal growth that enable children to be successful as adults.

Maintaining relationships with our partnered schools and other organisations will be a key responsibility and you will contribute to this goal by delivering excellent-standard sports and activity sessions to children, helping them to improve their skills in a fun and engaging way and demonstrating how valuable our organisation to the children we reach and to our partners.

We are recruiting community sports coaches who are suitable to work in schools and a range of challenging environments.

The person:

· will be passionate about coaching and possess a strong desire to improve the lives of those they meet.

· have experience working with children in a school environment.

· possess proven behaviour management skills and be able to maintain a calm nature.

· preferably hold relevant coaching and teaching qualifications and be willing to undertake CPD and further training.

· be reliable with the ability to manage their time effectively and be able to travel to several locations throughout the day.

· have access to their own transport and be able to take kit to their sessions including large ball bags, sports bibs, sports equipment and more.

The role of a Community Sports Coach:

· be able to plan sessions including a range of relevant, skill-based minigames and warm-ups.

· to write programs that suit the client and partner organisations and be able to deliver these to a high-quality.

· encourage children to maintain active, healthy lifestyles outside of sessions.

· produce accurate reports on progress, injuries, incidents and safeguarding.


All of our coaches are paid a minimum of £15 per hour excluding bonuses. Our unique bonus scheme means you can expect to be paid retention fees for each non-mandated, paying participant who returns to your sessions as well as benefiting from potential profit share opportunities, travel reimbursement and paid training sessions.

This is a permanent position with varied hours and you must be willing to undertake an enhance DBS check and other pre-employment checks.

What Next?

To find out more complete the form below and express your interest and one of our superstar Area Directors will be in touch.

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Additional information:

Part-time hours: 6 per week

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent, Contract

Salary: £10.00-£20.00 per hour


Mostly weekends, evenings, after school and school holidays.

NGB coaching qualification (preferred)