What is the role: Football Co-ordinator
Who is it for: Streets Revolution
When does the volunteering take place: There are coaching sessions on Thursday’s 3.30-4.30pm and Friday’s 10.30 am -12 noon. There would also be additional flexible work to include attending monthly football tournaments and doing outreach work to engage new participants
Where does the volunteering take place: In locations around Oxford, including Blackbird Leys, Iffley Rd, Marston
What the role involves: In addition to helping deliver practical coaching sessions, the Football Coordinator will work across Oxford undertaking outreach work. You will meet with new and current partner organisations, encouraging them to engage and participate in the Street Revolutions football programme.
Why volunteers should sign up to this role: We have a proven track record of transforming lives through sport. By joining our team you will be making a positive difference to adults in Oxford. The role is varied and interesting, allowing you to learn and be part of a very unique approach to health and well-being. There are plenty of internal and external learning opportunities involved for the right person.
Skills and equipment volunteers require: As you will be going out and about talking to other organisations and individuals, good communication skills and a confident manner are important. We are looking for people who want to be part of our friendly team and our open to new ideas and keen to learn. A passion for sport / football is desirable but not essential.
Support provided: All equipment is provided including a uniform. Your travel expenses will be covered and lunch if you are volunteering for over four hours. You will have access to internal and external training.
Due to the nature of this role and the fact you will be working with vulnerable adults, references and a DBS check are required.
How can volunteers sign up? Enquiries jon.regler@Streetsrevolution.com or call 07713333359