Tuesday 3rd March 2020

Netball Camps Coach

Netball Scotland are currently seeking enthusiastic, personable and highly motivated coaches who enjoy working with children and are passionate about coaching to lead on Netball Camps across Scotland. Find out more here!

The Role

Netball Scotland has a bold Vision “For netball in Scotland to be a thriving world class sport” and a clear Mission to achieve this. We aim “to lead the sustainable growth of netball through raising performance, profile and participation at every level of the pathway, to Advance the organisational infrastructure to enable all to enjoy the sport of netball for life and to Empower our people to succeed and thrive.”

We are working to develop a world class sporting system of clubs, competitions, people and programmes in order to achieve the long-term outcomes set out in the 2019-2023 Strategic Plan. To that end, Netball Scotland currently seeks enthusiastic, personable and highly motivated Netball Coaches who enjoy working with children and are passionate about coaching to lead on Netball Camps across Scotland. These netball camps will be delivered during Scottish school holidays such as Summer, Easter, Christmas and other public holidays.

Opportunities are not limited to Netball Camps. Candidates who consent to receiving information about additional paid coaching opportunities within Netball will be contacted.

Salary: L1 coach £10ph / L2 coach £15ph. Contract: Casual

Deadline: Closing Date for Applications is 12noon on Monday 13th April 2020

Selection and training days:
• 2nd May: Glasgow: venue TBC
• 3rd May: Edinburgh: venue TBC
• 17th May: Dundee/Aberdeen venue TBC

A full job description and application form can be downloaded from the Netball Scotland website  and should be forwarded to: Educationdevelopment@netballscotland.com

For more information or an informal discussion please contact:
Educationdevelopment@netballscotland.com or call 0141 428 3463

In line with the Equality Act 2010, Netball Scotland will endeavour through our policies, procedures, actions and decision-making to ensure that no employee, volunteer or member receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender assignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex or sexual orientation. In line with the Equality Act 2010. All members of society are actively encouraged to apply.

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