We currently have a vacancy for a Sports and Fitness Development Worker
Healthy Minds Get Set to Go Sports and Fitness Development Worker
(Part-time 21 hours per week)
NJC scale point 22-25 starting at £14,767 (including ILW) for 21 hours (£24,613 pro rata)
3 year post with possible two year extension
We are seeking a development worker to co-ordinate an exciting new project to support people experiencing mental distress to access sports and fitness facilities in Camden. Your role will include working directly with providers to train and support them to improve access to people with mental health issues and to create taster classes in their services. Therefore you will need to be a great communicator, with an understanding of both sports and mental health, and the benefits of physical activity on wellbeing.
Additionally, you will recruit and manage a team of volunteer Sports Navigators to work with individuals on their fitness goals. Therefore you will need to be able to motivate and lead others, and have an excellent understanding of person centred mental health work.
You will also need to be self-motivated, with the ability to lead a project to achieve targets within a wider service.
Closing date: 9.00 am on Monday 20th February 2017
There will be a two round interview process with interviews on Friday 23rd February and Friday 3rd March.
Please find the application documents below:
Healthy Minds GstG Sports Development Worker – EO Form
Healthy Minds GStG Sports Development Worker Application Form
Healthy Minds GStG Sports Development Worker Background Information
Healthy Minds GStG Sports Development Worker JD and PS
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We also have volunteering opportunities including:
- Phoenix Volunteers
- Senior Shop Volunteer
- Sports Buddy
- Catering Volunteer
- Admin/Finance Volunteers
- See: volunteering page
We value diversity and welcome applications from all parts of the community