England Korfball Coaching Subcommittee Chair Vacancy
If you’re interested in leading our coaching and education strategy, this could be the perfect role for you!
The Coaching Subcommittee Chair will be responsible for establishing and developing a coaching framework. This includes developing and reviewing learning programmes and defining the required standards for tutors, verifiers, and assessors. The Coaching Subcommittee Chair will work in partnership with the Operations and Membership Officer, relevant EK Subcommittees and the EK Board, reporting back on behalf of the Coaching Subcommittee.
Additionally, the Coaching Subcommittee will work to develop and implement coaching related projects and programmes. Korfball knowledge would be advantageous but is not essential.
- Enthusiasm for Korfball
- Coaching/Teaching Experience.
- Knowledge of the wider Coaching and Coach Education sector
- High level of Integrity/Probity.
- Ability to challenge in an appropriate manner.
- Ability to think and act strategically.
- Ability to Lead.
- Demonstrable commitment to ethics within the sport.
- Demonstrable commitment to Equal Opportunities and Equity.
- Demonstrate reliability.
- Ability to work in Partnership.
- Ability to communicate concisely and effectively.
The role is voluntary, with expenses paid as per the EK Expenses policy. The expected commitment to the role would be a minimum of 8–10hours a month.
England Korfball recognises the positive value of diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, particularly where we are under-represented, currently, this includes people with a disability, young people aged under 30, women and those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups. The geographical spread of Korfball in England has increased over recent years and we encourage applications from all areas of the country.
How to apply
Do you know someone who would be great for the role? If so, please let us know here.