Each year, Leicester Tigers community team continue to provide opportunities to individuals and groups across the UK and overseas - and you could be a part of it.
The community department are looking for special educational needs and disability (SEND) rugby development officer to join their team of dedicated coaches.
Reporting to the club's education and engagement manager David McDonald, the focus of the role would be the management and implementation of activities which form an essential part of the club's community development programme.
Successful candidates will specifically lead on Tigers SEND engagement, which includes introducing rugby to new communities, working with the local SEND community to develop interest and continuing the pathway to develop sustainable club rugby opportunities, alongside supporting Leicester Tigers league-winning wheelchair rugby team.
You'll also deliver coaching and physical activity programmes in a variety of locations within the Tigers community area, develop an ongoing rugby pathway at local clubs for all participants, alongside leading a strategy to support the club's disability access.
A minimum Level 2 RFU coaching qualification and valid NGB linked DBS enhanced clearance is required as well as an understanding of the issues of SEND, black, Asian and minority ethnic and low-sociology economic groups within society and through community club sport.
You can view the the full job description and requirements by clicking here.
To apply, send your CV to [email protected] and the closing date for entries is 5.00pm on October 1.