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East Kilbride Gymnastics Club – women’s artistic coaches

East Kilbride Gymnastics Club – women’s artistic coaches
Contract Type
Office Base
East Kilbride Gymnastics Club, 4 Colvilles Place, Glasgow G75 0PZ

Job Description

East Kilbride Gymnastics Club is looking for enthusiastic and committed women’s artistic coaches. We have a fantastic 24,000 square foot facility with Gymnova equipment, a great coaching team and talented gymnasts including Scottish and British champions.

We have a vacancy for a full time coach up to 30 hours per week – 4 weekday evenings and a Sunday.

We are also looking for 1 or possibly 2 temporary coaches for the period May to September, approx. 20-25 hours per week.

Both these positions are on a self-employed basis – ideally level 3 but an experienced level 2 will also be considered.

If you are at university and looking for some additional work over the summer break this would be an ideal fit.

If you are interested or would like more information please contact nicky@ekgc.org.

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