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    Learning Disability Centre of Excellence Co-ordinator


    This is an exciting new opportunity for an outstanding individual to lead on the development of sport, physical activity, education and training at the new Barnet & Southgate Learning Disability Centre of Excellence.

    The post holder will have a broad knowledge in developing equalities and inclusion projects and programmes with a particular focus on working with disabled people, people with mental health conditions, older people and war veterans The post holder will be responsible for creating new partnerships for both Tottenham Hotspur Foundation (THF) and Barnet &. Southgate College (B&S) that will maximise the use of the facilities at the Centre of Excellence. The post holder will work with local and national disability charities, disabled people organisations and mental health organisations in addition to the sports, health, education and employment sectors to develop innovative projects, programmes and services that will be delivered at the centre. The post holder will be based at the centre and will be responsible for the creation, development and co-ordination of projects, programmes and services delivered at the centre from 3 – 9pm weekdays and 10 – 3pm on Saturdays. Commercially driving the development of the Centre and supporting the Inclusion Manager to create a sustainable business model. The centre will be a key learning and community hub that will be a Centre of Excellence in learning disability and through the partnership between THF and B&S, the centre will be a leading facility for sport and physical activity, training, employment and enterprise across Greater North London. The facilities include: Hydrotherapy pool, Sensory Room, Physiotherapy facility, Rebound room and specialist sports equipment, Specialist classrooms and accessible facilities with ceiling tracking, Mini Sports Hall, Media suite, Catering Café, Domestic Kitchen, Drama Room with staging, lighting and specialist equipment, Sensory and recreational garden and Arts and crafts rooms. 

    For more information and to download an application pack, please click here

    Applications deadline: 4th November 2014 - 5pm

    Interviews w/c: 10th November 2014

    Academy Driver

    The Academy is looking for two Minibus Drivers to form part of the Academy Transport team at our Enfield Training Centre.

    The primary function will be to transport the Academy Scholars (16-21 year-olds) from their Host Family accommodation in the Enfield/Cheshunt areas to our Enfield Training Centre. From time-to-time there will also be airport transfers and Day Release pick-ups from local schools or train stations.


    For Academy Scholars, first pick up is approximately 6.30am in Enfield, Northaw or Great Amwell, collecting a number of boys on a 9-seater minibus, before arriving at the Training Centre between 8.00-8.30am. Morning runs are from Monday to Saturday (the timing of the Saturday run will depend on whether the fixture is home or away).

    The evening run leaves the Training Centre at 6.00pm on a Monday, 5.00pm Tuesday to Thursday, and 3.00pm on a Friday. On Saturday there are four full-time boys who require transport back to their Host Family (the timing will depend on whether the fixture is home or away).

    Drivers are employed on a casual basis, and are paid on an hourly rate (approximately 16-24 hours per week with occasional extra hours).

    Day Release transport would typically be between 1.00-2.00pm, Monday to Thursday, and this would be shared between the Transport Team, as would airport transfers.


    Mini Bus Rate HOURLY RATE
    Standard £10.50 per hour
    Unsociable (0:00 – 06:00) £17.50 per hour
    Please click here for a full Job Description.

    If you have a full, clean driving licence, are skilled at working with young people, and are looking for a part-time job and these hours are suitable to you, please download the application pack by clicking here. Once complete, please email it to or post to Luke Godfrey, Tottenham Hotspur Academy, Hotspur Way, Enfield, EN2 9AP.

    This role will have regular contact with children and it is therefore required by law to have a DBS Enhanced Criminal Record Check with children’s barred list check.

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation often receives enquiries about employment opportunities and we are not actively recruiting a large amount of staff at present, but we still welcome applications of interest.  

    The Foundation is keen to receive CVs from individuals with the following backgrounds:
    • Level 2 coaches in different sports other than football
    • Sports coaches with a background in working on female-only projects
    • Teaching Assistants
    • Qualified Teachers
    • Qualified Health and Fitness Instructors
    • Individuals with a background in Equalities and Inclusion
    • Individuals with a background in Community Development
    • Qualified Youth Workers
    • Qualified Mentors
    If you are interested, please send your CV to
    Applications of interest from candidates that match our requirements will be kept on file for up to six months from receipt. Our recruitment staff will contact applicants as and when the Foundation requires a specific skill set.
    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is an organisation committed to equality and safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. Positions that involved working with these groups are subject to safer recruitment protocols, including CRB Disclosure at enhanced level.
    For information on the Foundation’s activities and projects, including volunteering, visit the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation website.