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    College Coach Lecturer 

    Reporting Structure: To report to Post 16 Education Development Manager 


    £26,000 to £28,000 - This is a full-time position based on 35 hours per week.  


    Job Purpose

    The post holder will be responsible for the development and delivery of evidence based Global Coaching Education and Coaching programmes across the college. The post holder will also be expected to ensure that Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and its mission, reputation and activities are consistently presented in a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders.

    To deliver a full range of services associated with programmes of teaching, learning assessment and student support



    To deliver high quality, team specific coaching programmes that reflects the brand and mission of Tottenham Hotspur Global Coaching  

    To deliver high quality and teaching and lecturing on modules as specified by designated line manager, including the appropriate preparation and delivery of materials and resources

    Plan, organise and support students in regular competitive activities against other colleges

    Deliver appropriate BTEC levels with students in line with the curriculum guidelines and Manager

    To ensure effective link of between the pitch and classroom e.g. link coaching programmes with module outcomes and potential career and HE opportunities  

    Monitor targets for student recruitment, enrolment, attendance, punctuality, retention and achievement and report to curriculum manager 

    To ensure that programmes consistently promote high expectations and aspirations for students 

    To effectively support young people to develop their learning power to effectively cope with and manage the learning demands of their course of study

    To ensure and manage good timekeeping, planning, preparation and delivery of sessions

    To produce appropriate schemes of work including session plans and adaptations that respond to feedback

    Undertake the role of personal tutor to groups of learners and maintain high levels of pastoral support to all learner as appropriate including day to day management of learning and possible links with employers

    Support the maintenance of students discipline, student attendance, operation of college student discipline policy and maintenance of high standards of campus life generally

    To have an extensive knowledge of the clubs coaching philosophy

    To work effectively as part of the college team

    To maintain all relevant course document and student record in line with quality assurance procedures 

    Organise and supervise student placements as required – this includes regular match day activitiesUndertake entry phase activities such as the interviewing, assessment and induction for students

    To continuously review and recommend changes in the curriculum that meets the needs of the college local communities government priorities and awarding bodies 

    Work proactively to secure constant quality improvement and student completion and achievement of the highest possible standards 

    Review and evaluate provision and performance including the value added measures 

    To ensure learners are registration exam entry procedures enrolled, withdrawn where necessary and adhere to 

    To adhere to the Risk Management policy and to notify their line manager of any identified risk

    Proactively contribute to curriculum area and participate in college events recruitment fairs, marketing and publicity 

    Undertake additional measures to improve teaching and learning grade e.g. sharing good practice peer observation critical friend etc and ensure that the action plan from the observation grade is followed

    Ensure compliance with internal / external verifiers and awarding body requirements 

    To ensure that your programme area meets the assessment and quality assurance requirements of the appropriate awarding bodies 

    Work at all times as part of a programme learning area and undertake related lead roles as necessary



    Appropriate Coaching qualification 

    Teacher Training qualification such as PGCE or DTLLS

    GCSEs C or above in English and Maths (or equivalent)

    Assessor and verifier qualification


    Skills and abilities

    Ability to work to deadlines and time manage effectively

    Good communication and presentation skills

    Good knowledge of ICT

    Good administrative and report writing skills

    Good organisational and time management skills



    Behaviour consistent with creating a quality environment for participants & partners across all Tottenham Hotspur Global Coaching projects & programmes. To maintain the professional image of THF and the College by dressing appropriately for the duties you are undertaking and by demonstrating excellent time keeping while undertaking such duties


    The job holder will commit and conform to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club procedures, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club procedures and codes of conduct, including Tottenham Hotspur’s Child Protection Policy and Procedures, Equal Opportunities Policy and health and safety at work – reflecting the Club’s and Foundation’s commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  The jobholder will have responsibility for promoting: ethics, safeguarding and the welfare of children – the Club expects all staff to share this commitment.

    This role requires managing staff who work with children and may involve contact with children (under 18s)/vulnerable adults.  This is a position of trust and Regulated Activity. It is subject to safer recruitment protocols, including CRB Disclosure at Enhanced Level, satisfactory references and a six-month probationary period.  This job description gives a general outline of the post and is not intended to be inflexible or a final list of duties.  It may therefore be amended from time-to-time in consultation with the post holder. Appointment is subject to the Terms and Conditions of service of Tottenham Hotspur.

    This job description and person specification are correct as at 20/06/17 save that they will be subject to inclusion of changes that are needed to cope with the needs of the job and in the interests of health and safety.  The nature of the post is that it is under regular review and all changes that occur in practice will be deemed to be incorporated into this job description whether or not a written change is made. 


    Person Specification

    Job Title:  College Programme Leader

    Department:  Global Coaching

    Will be required to have a Coaching qualification at …

    Will be required to obtain a teaching / project management qualification or equivalent professional qualification/recognition within an agreed timescale

    Demonstration of an advanced level of subject knowledge and of being an externally regarded teacher or scholar. 


    An ability to keep abreast of, and lead developments in, teaching and scholarship specific to the subject area, demonstrated through e.g. attendance at conferences, external contacts and publication of research. 

    An ability to support students both academically and pastorally. 

    An ability to lead and/or work as part of a team. 

    Proven track record of partnership working across college programmes

    Experience of working with a range of monitoring and evaluation systems

    Ability to work to deadlines and time manage effectively

    Good communication and presentation skills

    Good knowledge of ICT

    Good administrative and report writing skills

    Good organisational and time management skills


    Excellent people skills and understands the specific considerations of young people and adults. Organised and punctual at all times.

    Accepts personal accountability for actions.

    Behaviour consistent with creating a quality environment for participants & partners across all Tottenham Hotspur projects & programmes.

    closing date is 7th July 2017 and CV’s to be sent to




    Higher Education Sports Lecturer (Coaching/Placement) fixed term

    Closing date for applications: 06 July 2017

    Interview dates                        : 18 July 2017

    Position Commences             : 21 August 2017

    Click here to download application form  



    Higher Education Sports Lecturer 

    (Football Coaching & Performance and Research Methods.) fixed term 

    Closing date for applications: 06 July 2017

    Interview dates                        : 18 July 2017

    Position Commences             : 21 August 2017  

    Click here to download application form  



    Assistant Store Manager (Maternity Cover) – 737 High Road

     An excellent job opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Store Manager to assist with the running of the Club’s High Road store.

     The main purpose of the role is to deliver excellent customer service and sales skills, keeping to the agreed shop layout plans and standards of merchandising to maximise sales and profit through product placement, and reviewing and implementing all cash handling and till procedures.

     Key responsibilities will include:

    -           Delivering exceptional customer service at all times, both individually and through the team.

    -           Delivering highest standards of stock presentation, to drive

                sales densities in store.

    -           Accurately and safely handling cash throughout the store, supported

                by regular training and checking of individual and store performance.

    -           Ensuring staffing levels provide excellent customer service at all

                trading periods by effective labour scheduling.

    -           Coaching and training the team to perform at high standards and

                deliver on KPI’s.

    -           Achieving sales and profit targets.

    -           Stock holding and wastage.

    -           Complying with good health and safety.

    The role requires all candidates to have an understanding of P&L and the setting of targets, together with an experience of mystery shopping results.  An element of flexibility is required within this role.

    All applicants must have at least 3 years’ management experience within retail, and ideally in a leading fast paced environment.   

    Closing deadline:      Wednesday 5 July 2016

    To apply, please send a full CV and covering letter of no more than 500 words, to




    Community Heritage Trainee (Unpaid)

    REPORTS TO: Heritage Learning Officer, Haringey Council

    Educational Maintenance Grant: £3,900 over three months

    Hours: 35 hours per week for 12 weeks, full time (Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm with a one hour lunch break)

    Closing date for applications: 18 June, 5pm

    Please send CV and cover letter to

    Interviews: w/c 19 June

    Traineeship period: 26 June – 15 September 2017

    Purpose of Post

    The traineeship will provide suitable candidates in a broad range of heritage skills, administrative skills and project development, in order to be able to progress into roles within community and heritage organisations. This is part of the North Tottenham Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) funded by Heritage Lottery Fund and Haringey Council and supported by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation (THF).

    Candidates must be aged between 16 and 24, unemployed or working less than 16 hours per week, not on a full-time college course, and not have a Level 3 qualification.

    Context of the Post

    The traineeship will be a combination of training and work experience. It will be supported by regular lessons, training days, assessments and support. It will involve a work plan with communities and individuals. For two days per week you will focus on Employability Skills or Maths and English Functional Skills Level 2 with specially trained tutors at Tottenham Hotspurs Foundation. For three days per week you will undertake work experience and training with North Tottenham THI to build confidence in heritage and conservation.


    • Maths and English Functional Skills Level 2, or alternatively Employment Skills training at Tottenham Hotspurs Foundation
    • Classroom-based training led by the Foundation’s Employment and Skills team will offer a comprehensive package of skills development in preparation for work, customer service and team leading.
    • Administrative skills: such as photocopying, printing and distributing publicity material, mail outs, minute taking
    • Planning and development skills: distributing and collecting consultation surveys, understanding designs for construction
    • Project officer skills: collecting statistics, monitoring outputs, preparing and delivering a presentation; assisting in the preparation and delivery of consultation exercises and events.
    • Building conservation skills: viewing expert conservation at close hand and assisting the contractor in agreed duties.

    Additional benefits

    • The opportunity to work in the local community
    • A practical, hands on course with support in English & Maths
    • Key heritage skills learnt in collections management, community engagement and building conservation.
    • All training and expense costs fully funded.
    • The opportunity to undertake knowledge-based recognised qualification (Level 2 Functional Skills in Maths and English).
    • Great employment and further study opportunities on successful completion of the training including one-to-one mentoring support from Tottenham Hotspurs Foundation upon completion and until a suitable apprenticeship, training or employment opportunity has been secured.

    Key Areas

    1. To undertake accredited and non-accredited training as required, and complete all assignments/assessment tasks set
    2. To work as part of the North Tottenham THI team, carrying out a range of tasks relating to ongoing work (collecting oral histories, transcribing, running workshops, stalls and events, producing exhibitions, archiving material etc.)
    3. To undertake placements in other heritage organisations
    4. To facilitate and enable the active involvement of others by providing support for the Project Officer

    Responsible to

    Adam Stoneman - Heritage Learning Officer, Haringey Council

    Duties and Responsibilities

    1. To identify, develop and recruit participants for projects
    2. To digitise a range of historical materials
    3. To work with archive materials
    4. To initiate and develop exhibitions, publications, both physical and digital, and to organise events and activities
    5. To work with young people and other members of the public
    6. To respond to enquiries for further information about local history and the organisation
    7. To research, develop and support an individual heritage project
    8. To undertake museum services and collections management tasks such as photograph scanning, greeting visitors, leading museum tours, collecting visitor feedback, assist with schools learning and family events
    9. To undertake administrative tasks such as photocopying, printing and distributing publicity material, mail outs
    10. To carry out planning and development tasks such as distributing and collecting consultation surveys, understanding designs for construction
    11. To carry out project officer skills such as collecting statistics, monitoring outputs, preparing and delivering a presentation; assisting in the preparation and delivery of consultation exercises and events, tours and presentations
    12. To support reminiscence sessions in partnership with local organisations
    13. To assist the contractor in agreed building conservation duties.

    Team Work

    1. Contribute towards an effective and supportive team environment
    2. Work collaboratively with colleagues to ensure success
    3. Attend team meetings and contribute relevant ideas


    1. To be a good ambassador for North Tottenham THI and THF in dealing with the public and partner organisations
    2. To work occasional evenings and weekends in response to local needs
    3. To be familiar with and implement the organisations equal opportunities and health and safety policies
    4. To be aware of all emergency and fire evacuation procedures;
    5. To undertake any other duties as may be reasonably required by the North Tottenham THI and THF management       

    Person Specification:



    Skills, aptitude, knowledge and experience

    Good communication skills, both written and verbal

    Familiarity with word processing

    A strong interest in Tottenham’s history and heritage

    An interest in, and commitment to working with community groups/ organisations

    Willingness to develop networking skills

    Willingness to learn

    Knowledge of heritage/conservation

    Experience of volunteering

    Personal qualities

    Motivated, out-going, self-starter

    Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team

    An undertaking and commitment to working creatively to promote equal opportunities

    Flexibility – occasionally working hours might be changed

    Haringey resident


    A reasonable standard of literacy and numeracy

    A positive approach to completing relevant short courses and qualifications

    Completion of relevant short courses

    Coaching Traineeship

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is offering you the opportunity of a Coaching Traineeship at White Hart Lane stadium.

    During this 12 week traineeship in Administration, Education, Health or Community Development you will be placed with the appropriate team in the foundation office during the 12 week placement.

    The eligibility criteria we are looking for is, 16-24 year olds, unemployed and not in full time education. Next to this, you cannot hold a qualification higher than a level 2 or equivalent.

    The Traineeship has 3 key elements:

    • Work experience with Tottenham Hotspur Foundation
    • Principles of Sports Coaching
    • L1 Award in Employability and Customer Service

    Position: Full Time Community Coach

    Detailed Requirements:

    • Be self-motivated, committed and reliable once assigned work.
    • Deliver a variety of comprehensive coaching activities that maintain and meet the needs of individuals or groups delivered to, in line with syllabus (or National Curriculum) or to achieve desired outcomes.
    • Work with individuals and/or groups from a range of backgrounds.
    • Be responsible for the correct use and safe keeping of equipment and facilities allocated to coach/session and update risk assessments accordingly.
    • Build and support positive working partnerships with existing/new key partners to receive continued funding for delivery of programmes.
    • Maintain high standards of professional behaviour towards colleagues, young people with whom we engage and the wider general public when working for THF.
    • Develop professional and supportive relationships with the young people engaged through session delivery.
    • Undertake regular professional development days as set by THF in order to continue your own personal development, whilst allowing us to continue setting a bench mark within the industry.
    • Undertake administrative tasks related to the sessions/ tasks, including updating registers, consent forms, risk assessment, incident and accident forms, writing case studies that demonstrate impact of projects, and recording any outcomes and accreditations achieved by participants using relevant monitoring and evaluation systems.
    • Have knowledge and experience of working in diverse settings, such as housing estates, youth clubs, leisure centres, public parks and open spaces, schools and Post 16 colleges.
    • Have up to date knowledge of, and adhere to, all Tottenham Hotspur policies and procedures, including those relating to Safeguarding, Health and Safety and emergency procedures, including those of venues where you may be based.
    • Undertake other duties as required to ensure efficient delivery of Tottenham Hotspur Foundation sessions.

    To secure a place or/and an information pack please contact: Mathijs Leenhouts