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City of Glasgow Gymnastics Club Level 1 and Level 2 coaches

Role
City of Glasgow Gymnastics Club Level 1 and Level 2 coaches
Salary:
Level 1 - £11 Level 2 - £12
Hours of Work

Various shifts available – evenings and weekends, with flexibility depending on coach availability.

Contract Type
Self-employed
Office Base
Haghill Primary School, Cumbernauld Road, Glasgow G31 3LS
 

Job Description

City of Glasgow Gymnastics club is excited to be launching the first of our satellite recreational sections. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated Level 1 and Level 2 coaches to join our fantastic team of gymnastics professionals, to work within a well-established and highly successful club, with opportunities for career development. 

Level 1 / Level 2 gymnastics qualification, current PVG, Safeguarding and membership with Scottish gymnastics/British gymnastics.

Please send your CV to coggclub@gmail.com.

 
 
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