We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced PE Specialist with well-developed interpersonal skills to join our Education Department. The role will see the successful PE Specialist based in a number of different schools across the Wakefield District & beyond, delivering a wide range of sessions, up to 7 sessions a day.
A PE Specialist at the WTCF will report directly to the Education Lead and will have an active involvement in our Trinity Education Department, delivering a number of high-quality sessions (curriculum-based PE lessons, 1-1 sessions, assemblies, lunchtime clubs, teacher CPD, PPA cover and after school clubs) each day, in schools.
A PE Specialist will work closely with the Education Lead to make sure all aspects of delivery are run to the highest of standards. They will also need to have a positive working relationship with the school, head teacher, PE Lead and class teachers.
We are looking for candidates with excellent communication skills, evidence of leadership, proven organisation skills, experience in managing projects and an ability to work on their own initiative. Applicants should have a sound understanding of the Physical Education National Curriculum.
This is an exciting time for Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation, as we enter a period of change and plan for the next couple of years. The need for our services has never been greater. This role will allow you to work closely with a professional rugby league club, the board of trustees, and the wider staff team, to further develop the Education Department across the Wakefield District.
Applications close at 12:00pm on Tuesday 19th July 2022.
Interviews will take place in person on WC Monday 25th July 2022.
To apply for the role, please send your CV and covering letter to our Head of Education and NCS, Luke Shale at email@example.com.
Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and employees to share this commitment. This role involves work with young people and is subject to DBS checks. As such this post is exempt for the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and the applicant must disclose all previous convictions including spent convictions. Two references will also be required. Applicants will, in addition be expected to undertake training appropriate to the role.