Lacrosse Coach | St Swithun’s School
St Swithun’s is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed person to be part of our friendly team, to start in September 2019.
Initially, the post is for approximately 3 hours per week with the possibility of Saturday fixtures.
Further details of the role and application form are available from St Swithun’s at email@example.com or on 01962 835798
Deadline: Monday 22 July
Women’s Lead Lacrosse Coach | Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham Trent University are seeking to appoint an individual who is able to lead and deliver high quality coaching services to the performance squads within women’s lacrosse. They will be required to possess an in-depth understanding of coaching styles & practical delivery and the needs of student players.
The successful candidate must have experience working as part of a multi-disciplinary team and a proven track record of delivering results. Knowledge of the BUCS competition structures would be advantageous.
The role will be offered on a zero hours basis, so the ideal candidate would need to be adaptable and have a flexible approach to work across the academic year, including the availability to work evenings and weekends where necessary, also working away from the university, both within the UK and abroad.
Hours: Zero hours contract; specific hours TBC with successful candidate
Salary: £20 per hour, mainly during the university term time.
View a full Job Description and apply for the role HERE
Enquiries: Sam Patterson, Head of Lacrosse: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Saturday 26 July 2019
Women’s Lacrosse Coach | The University of Manchester
The University of Manchester are looking to appoint a Women’s Lacrosse 2nd Team Coach to help to deliver quality coaching, management, organising, delivering & monitoring performance, and increase their performance in British Universities and College Sports (BUCS).
This is a role that is responsible primarily for the coaching and management of the 2nd team who play in the BUCS 2A. The team trains twice a week at the Armitage Centre and plays 10-14 league/cup/varsity fixtures between September and March.
The University of Manchester are looking for someone who can lead coaching sessions, support the effective delivery of pre-season in September and after the mid-season break in January, and provide regular information and status reports on team and club performance and progress.
This is an exciting opportunity for an outgoing and highly motivated individual who holds at least a level 2 coaching qualification and has experience of coaching competitive lacrosse at performance level.
If you are interested or would like some more information about the role, please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter to James.Plowright@Manchester.ac.uk.
Graduate Coaches | Independent Coach Education
Independent Coach Education (ICE) is recruiting university leavers for Sport Graduate roles. ICE is looking for young lacrosse coaches to start work as full-time residential sports coaches within elite schools in the UK.
Posts start in Jan 2019/Sept 2019 -July 2020 and include: wage (from £1,100 per month), free accommodation, all meals and no bills.
Sport Graduate jobs are ideal for young coaches in their 20s who have experience in coaching children and/or have played to a high level. Posts can include a PGCE. Coaching badges preferred but not essential.
Please contact Dan Scargill immediately if you are interested for further information. Email -email@example.com or call 07500 701 878 - Schools are recruiting now!
Committee and Sub-Committee Chairs | World Lacrosse
World Lacrosse are looking to appoint a Women’s Rules Sub-Committee Chair, an Education and Training Chair, a Men’s Rules Sub-Committee Chair, a Women’s Officiating Sub-Committee Chair, an Indoor Rules Sub-Committee Chair, and a Men’s Officiating Sub-Committee Chair.
The ideal candidates would lead and manage the strategic development of their specific World Lacrosse department in line with targeted goals, best practice guidelines and a departmental operation plan. They would ensure a consistent approach to training and delivery is taken through building efficient and effective systems that World Lacrosse and Member Nations can utilise to further their own education, training, and playing initiatives.
Location: No Preference
Salary: None (volunteer role), although approved travel and accommodations expenses will be reimbursed.
View full Job Descriptions and apply for the roles HERE
Deadline: Sunday 18 August 2019