BRITISH GYMNASTICS NATIONAL HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTRE

THE GYMNASIUM, GUILDFORD ROAD, SURREY KT22 9BL

REGISTRATION CHARITY NO 284928

 

GENERAL GYMNASTICS COACH VACANCY

Leatherhead & Dorking Gymnastics Club has a vacancy for a L2 General Gymnastics Coach to deliver the Club’s Gymnastics for All (General Gymnastics) Programme.

Tuesdays 4.00 – 7.30pm (3 ½ hours per week)

Thursdays 4.00 – 9.00pm (5 hours per week)

Saturdays 8.30am – 1pm (4 ½ hours per week)

The applicant should have past experience of coaching in a club. Enthusiasm, confidence and the ability to work independently and as part of a team are essential. Applicants should hold a current minimum General Gymnastics Level 2 qualification and will be responsible for the delivery of the Gymnastics for All programme. You should have a current DBS certificate, First Aid and Safeguarding documentation and have a good command of English with good written and verbal skills and basic computer skills. The candidate must be flexible as from time to time the contracted hours may need to be adjusted.

All our coaches are committed to a high standard of coaching and you should be keen to help all gymnasts fulfil their potential. We are committed to helping our coaches to develop their skills via subsidised training towards coaching levels and judging courses.

Salary and terms and conditions will be negotiated according to experience.

General Information

Leatherhead and Dorking Gymnastics Club is a well-established and friendly club who train over 1500 gymnasts in pre-school, Gymnastics for All (recreational), Women’s Artistic, Men’s Artistic Tumbling and Team Gym disciplines at all levels.

The Club supports and encourages the personal development of coaches.

We recommend that you can visit the club website: www.leatherhead-gymnastics.org.uk

We welcome your application.

Please send in your C.V. and letter of application to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. marked Confidential – Job Application for the attention of Margaret Miler and Paul Garber Directors.