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City of Aberdeen GC – Level 1+ WAG, MAG or GEN Coaches

City of Aberdeen GC – Level 1+ WAG, MAG or GEN Coaches
Hourly rate dependent on qualification and experience
Hours of Work

Various available – evenings and weekends, with a degree of flexibility depending on coach availability

Contract Type
Office Base
Alex Collie Gymnastic Performance Centre, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen

Job Description

City of Aberdeen Gymnastics (COAG) originates back to 1992. The club over the years has gone from strength to strength. This has been very much down to the amazing dedicated team of coaches and committee. We offer inclusive sessions, offering seven pathways within our structure, a place for everyone to enjoy the sport from our recreational gymnasts through to NPP competitive gymnasts. The ethos of the club is very much about teamwork, being part of a team and being valued.

Requirements: Minimum Level 1 qualification in any of the above disciplines, current PVG, safeguarding and membership with Scottish Gymnastics/British Gymnastics.

Desirable: Preschool and Disabilities experience   

Start date: Immediate

Location: Main venue – Alex Collie Gymnastic Performance Centre, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen

Beacon Sports complex, Kepplehills Road, Bucksburn, Aberdeen

Occasional travel to competitions/training camps

Please email for further details on post specifications and to request an application form contact: development@coag.org.uk

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