2 x JU:MP Connectors (Physical Activity Facilitators)
We need two people who are passionate about delivering physical activity to children, who can inspire inactive children to participate in a range of activities accessing community venues and local green spaces. Have you got 5 years’ experience of successfully delivering physical activity programmes within a community setting, paid or voluntary, with children? Have you got the ability to support and motivate children and young people to be active? Are you a passionate educator and practitioner and a good partnership networker? Have you secured a relevant L3 qualification and GCSE English grade C or above?
- Bradford, BD3 0DW
- Contact Name
- Jane Lees
- Contact Telephone
- Contact Email
- SCP 13 - £22,021 per annum pro rata (Actual Salary: £11,011)
- Part Time
- Placed On
- Wed 12th February, 2020
- 11:00am - Fri 28th February, 2020
- Interview Date
- Thu 5th March, 2020
About 2 x JU:MP Connectors (Physical Activity Facilitators)
2 x JU:MP Connectors (Physical Activity Facilitators) 1 post holder female only*
18 hours 45 mins per week
Over 4 days per week including after school & both Saturdays and Sundays (variations during school holidays)
Community works has established a wealth of provision that meets the needs of the local community. The JU:MP Connectors will build on that work and specifically develop increased opportunities for physical activity for children and families; creating an environment where everyone chooses to make physical activity and sport an everyday part of their lives. JU:MP, the Bradford Local Delivery Pilot (LDP) is a four year pilot programme led by Active Bradford and funded by Sport England with at least £3 million of funding, across the North of Bradford, that aims to test and learn more about what helps children and families to be active taking a whole systems approach. Communityworks plans to support the local community through the following aims:
- Building social cohesion through bringing together individuals and changing communities. Seeking to understand each other and celebrating our differences, leading to a thriving neighbourhood.
- To equip people with skills, knowledge, confidence and resilience to enable them to meet their needs and discover new solutions.
- Work together with children, young people, adults and older people to encourage routes to improve life chances.
- To be a community resource that promotes good health and well-being.
Job Summary: to deliver a range of physical activities for children aged 5 to14 in the Peel Park Pioneer Neighbourhood area, engaging in outreach work, focusing on those children who are not currently active in their community and parks/green spaces to access opportunities after school, at weekends and in the school holidays, ensuring participation of the children in the development of all activities.
Salary: From March 2020 SCP 13 - £22,021 per annum pro rata (Actual Salary: £11,011) - 2 year contract.
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