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    Part-Time (Weekend) Retail Assistant - Shop Spurs
    Heritage Project Manager - Tottenham Hotspur Foundation
    Coaching Traineeship - Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    Part-Time (Weekend) Retail Assistant - Southend Store

    An opportunity has arisen for a bright and enthusiastic person to join the team at the Club’s Southend store as a part time weekend 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.

    Closing deadline: 18 January 2017

    To apply, please send a full CV and short covering note at your earliest convenience, to  

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

    Miss Karen Kelly
    Spurs Shop
    91-93 High Street
    SS1 1HS

    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.

    Heritage Project Manager

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    Job purpose

    The person appointed will be responsible for delivery of the programmes for the Percy House Heritage Programme

    Key responsibilities

    1. To work with the historian/consultant in developing an audit of what resources and materials are available on the life and history of Remember Me programme: to engage young people in the heritage of Tottenham through the development of Percy house
    2. To identify schools and youth groups and recruit young people that would be interested in and benefit from the project
    3. To work with people to understand how key individuals from  local history have played a role in their lives and heritage of key buildings – Tottenham’s History
    4. To work with young people on fully examining the life of area and with Open Cinema to create Open Cinema documentary 
    5. To deliver education programmes using a variety of creative methods
    6. To oversee the production of an Educational Toolkit which will act as the key means of disseminating the work of the project amongst teachers, youth workers, football clubs and associations, BME groups and equality practitioners and agencies.
    7. To supervise the dissemination of the project findings, including the educational toolkit and exhibition.
    8. To contribute to plans and discussions regarding future priorities and directions for the project

    Download the full job description here.

    To apply, email with the subject line 'Heritage Project Manager'

    Closing deadline for applications: December 23 2016

    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