Could you be Norwich City Community Sports Foundation’s new coach?
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Do you love sports? Are you passionate about helping others? If your answer to both those questions was yes, then Norwich City Community Sports Foundation (CSF) may have the perfect job for you.
Norwich City Community Sports Foundation, the official charity partner of Norwich City Football Club, helps more than 38,000 people every year achieve their goals through sport, supporting some of the most disadvantaged, disabled and talented people across Norfolk.
Now you could add to their impressive work by joining the Foundation as a full time Community Sports Coach.
Desirable requirements for this position include a Level 1 or 2 qualification in a specific sport, a mixture of sports coaching qualifications in different sports, an emergency first aid certificate, a safeguarding children certificate and an advanced criminal records bureau check.
Successful applicants will be placed within a detailed training programme to ensure they are able to reach their full potential with CSF.
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A spokesperson for The Foundation said: 'We pride ourselves on our ability to help people achieve their goals, this includes our fantastic team which continues to be our greatest asset.
'I urge all candidates to consider application because if your experience/qualifications do not suit this role, it could suit another. Personality always shines through, it is the key to all of our successful applications and is the core credential this Foundation is built on.'
If this sounds like the perfect position for you, don't hesitate, apply online at Jobs24 before November 3.
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