Oldham Athletic Community Trust (OACT) are seeking a part-time project lead to establish and develop a brand new national health project, of which details will be announced in due course.
The successful candidate will be responsible for driving the brand new project forward, working with partners to ensure a legacy of positive health change across Oldham.
Contract: A part-time contract, of 8 hours, which includes project co-ordination and delivery across one evening per week.
Salary: Dependant on experience and qualifications.
- Own transport with full UK driving licence, or ability to travel.
- Enhanced DBS (CRB) certificate.
- First Aid Qualification.
- Safeguarding Certificate.
- A passion for fitness and assisting others.
- NGB coaching qualifications.
- Experience of delivering health related projects.
- An understanding of the anatomy & physiology.
- An understanding of lifestyle habits, both positive and negative.
- Degree (or working towards) in Sports Coaching or any other sport related degree.
To apply, please send a covering letter and up-to-date CV to Martin.Vose@OACT.org.uk. Please note that a salary expectation is expected to be included within the application.
The role is due to commence in January, however in circumstances the successful candidate could start earlier.
The application process is a rolling process, as such OACT have the right to withdraw the advert at anytime.
The successful candidate will undergo a thorough screening process, which will include a CRC/DBS Check. This role will mainly involve adults but you may come into contact with young people under the age of eighteen, within the context of the job or any subsequently related activities or responsibilities. Once checks are completed you will undergo in house training which will cover children and adults at risk.
Oldham Athletic Community Trust are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Oldham Athletic Community Trust equality statement is available on request.