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    Global Coaching Casual Coach

    DEPARTMENT: Global Coaching

    REPORTS TO: Global Coaching Manager


    Internal – Lilywhite House, 782 High Road, London N17 0BX /

    External – Various Domestic & International Programmes

    DEADLINE: 4pm, Friday 15 September 2017

    Tottenham Hotspur is a world-famous football club based in North London. Off the pitch, the Club has a strong and successful business model centered around building a platform for long-term success, which will include a new world-class stadium currently under construction. 

    The Club operates out of multiple sites, including its newly renovated Headquarters at Lilywhite House N17, where the Global Coaching] department is based.

    The Club is seeking a Global Coaching Casual Coach to prepare and deliver a variety of high quality coaching sessions based on the Club’s philosophy to children and adults from the ages 3 – 18+.  To work at designated locations (such as player development centres, domestically and internationally, schools, colleges and elite sports centres).

    The selected individual will work on a casual basis across both the domestic and international side of the business. The casual coach will be flexible and will be required when called upon for travel/short-term stays within designated regions.

    Key Responsibilities

    • To ensure/manage delivery of high quality coaching sessions (practical & theory based) to a variety of audiences
    • To work effectively with Club partners and maintain relationships with customers
    • To create/provide a safe learning environment for all players
    • Represent the Club in a professional manner in line with the Club code of conduct
    • To have extensive knowledge of the Club’s coaching philosophy
    • To manage mixed ability/gender sessions

    General Responsibilities

    • Compliance with Club policies
    • Compliance with the Club’s health and safety procedures
    • To undertake such other duties as may be reasonably expected
    • To maintain professional conduct at all times

    Key Relationships

    • Liaise with administration staff for course registration/payment details
    • Domestic partner facilities and supervisors
    • Domestic youth football clubs
    • International Club partners and sponsors
    • Domestic and international registered participants

    Essential Criteria

    • Minimum FA Level 2 qualified
    • Experience of leading football specific sessions
    • Experience of working with children and adults aged between 3 – 18+
    • Hold a current Safeguarding Children certificate
    • Hold a current Emergency First aid certificate

    Desirable Criteria

    • FA Youth Module qualifications
    • Experience of working with children within a school setting
    • Experience of coaching in an international capacity
    • Experience of coaching within a professional football club environment
    • Hold a valid driving license

    The position will involve working irregular hours (e.g. evenings / Saturdays / Sundays / Bank Holidays) so a flexible candidate is sought.

    To apply, please send a CV and covering letter of no more than one page to, with the job title in the subject line, before Friday 15 September 2017 at 4pm. In your cover letter, please outline your coaching availability and where you heard of the vacancy.

    Tottenham Hotspur Football Club welcomes applications from anyone regardless of age, disability, race, colour or ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.

    Full-time Retail Assistant


    An opportunity has arisen for a bright and enthusiastic person to join the team at the Club’s Stevenage store as a full time Retail Assistant. The position would suit a candidate who values great customer service and satisfaction and who enjoys dealing and interacting with the general public.

    All applicants must have a flexible attitude and be team players. The hours of work are 9.30am to 5.30pm, 35 hours per week in total, to include weekend work.

    Closing deadline: 20 August 2017

    To apply, please send a full CV short covering note, to:

    Alternatively, please send a hard copy of your CV to the following address:

    Mrs Deborah Croucher
    Spurs Shop
    Unit 6a
    The Westgate Shopping Centre
    SG1 1QR

    Functional Skills Trainer (FST) and Higher Education Learning Enhancement tutor (LET)

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    The Functional Skills Trainer will be working within the Employment and Skills Team to deliver maths, English and Employability Skills courses to adult learners to gain the skills and qualifications to help them progress into a job or pathways to employment including traineeships.

    For the past seven years, the Higher Education Department at the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation has delivered Foundation Degrees in collaboration with Middlesex University. Due to the success of this fast-growing department, we are now looking to appoint a Higher Education Learning Enhancement tutor. 

    • Deliver maths and English classes to adult learners from Entry Level 2 to Level 2.
    • Deliver unaccredited Employability Skills courses to give learners an understanding of how, & confidence and inspiration to, apply for jobs and courses.
    • Register learners for functional skills courses and exams with City & Guilds using their online tool.
    • Apply for examination results, record the progress of learners and work with Employment Advisers on the Employment & Skills Team to record the progress of learners’ Individual Learning Plans.
    • Review accredited and unaccredited schemes of work and session plans and attend course standardisation meetings to develop and ensure the quality of courses delivered by the Foundation.
    • Be committed to your own Continuous Professional Development with the support of the Foundation.
    • Specialise in teaching the use of language to communicate effectively in academic contexts.
    • To ensure that all Learning Support interventions are timely, effective and appropriate to individual need.
    • To interview and assess students to identify support needs as required and in accordance with Learning Support Policy.
    • To accurately record student’s individual needs, based on initial assessment, interview, and evidence including external assessment reports.
    • To provide accurate statistical information and profiles of the Learning Support Service to the Head of Higher Education for internal/external reporting
    • To promote inclusivity and student independence, acting as an advocate for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities
    • To help maintain accurate marketing and promotional material for the Learning Support Service.
    • To attend meetings, case conferences and other events including open days.


    We look forward to receiving applications and CV`s but encourage you to read the Job Description and Person Specification (within the application pack) to ensure that you have the necessary skills and experience for the role.

    We regret that we may not be able to respond to all applications. If you have not heard from us by August 24 you should assume that you have not been successful.