Are you passionate about improving outcomes for, supporting and empowering children with Social, Emotional & Mental Health needs across primary, secondary and specialist provision?
Cambridge United Community Trust is a pioneering charity that uses the unique appeal of Cambridge United Football Club to deliver activities that connect our communities and improve people’s lives.
Due to the expansion of our education provision, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate, enthusiastic and driven individual to join our team as an Education & Sport Mentor.
The challenges young people face within education can vary enormously and this role is to use physical activity and the power of sport to engage, support and guide them to manage themselves appropriately and inspire them to reach their full potential.
The role involves delivering whole-class PE sessions alongside wellbeing interventions and 1-1 work across multiple partner schools in the local area. Education & Sport Mentors will be expected to establish a highly positive rapport with children and be inclusive, aspirational, honest and resilient in everything they do.
For a full Job Description, please click here.
- Closing Date: 2nd December
- Start Date: As soon as possible
- Please fill out the BreatheHR Vacancy application by clicking here and uploading the attached form.
If you have any questions, please contact James via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cambridge United FC is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all staff and job applicants. We aim to create a supportive and inclusive working environment in which all individuals can make best use of their skills, free from discrimination or harassment, and in which all decisions are based on merit.
We do not discriminate against staff on the basis of age, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religious or political belief or affiliation, trade union membership, gender, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, socio-economic background or any other inappropriate distinction or characteristic covered by the Equality Act 2010.