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Ibex Gymnastics Club Level 2 Coach

Role
Ibex Gymnastics Club Level 2 Coach
Salary:
£13.50
Job Type
Self-employed
Office Base
Lasswade High School, Gracemount Leisure Centre, Tumbles at Portobello
 

Job Description

Job Description

To support in the delivery of gymnastics sessions, alongside head coach and other coaches, to the agreed standard as outlined by Scottish Gymnastics. To lead a group of gymnasts in the club’s competitive section adapting sessions as appropriate in response to individual/group needs.

Requirements 

  • Minimum UKCC (or equivalent) women’s artistic level 2 gymnastics coach qualification. Full level 3 or modules in women’s artistic gymnastics or general are desirable.
  • Before confirming appointment, you will be required to obtain Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme membership through Disclosure Scotland and become a member of the relevant PVG scheme.
  • Safeguarding and membership with Scottish Gymnastics/British Gymnastics.

If you would like to be considered for the above post, please contact Lauren Hall at Ibexheadcoach@outlook.com (head coach) stating your interest in the post including your up-to-date CV.

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