Exeter City Football In The Community:
We are always on the look out for new enthusiastic, dynamic members of staff - whether its coaching, youth work, mentoring, volunteering or administration work that you are interested in, we are always happy to hear from you by way of a covering letter and CV - email@example.com
With an ever expanding and diverse programme of activities offered throughout the year we are particularly interested in hearing from you if you have a level 1 or 2 (or equivilant) qualification in the following:
We are very proud of our strong reputation and have high expectations of all our staff and firmly believe that great teams are absolutely essential for the successful delivery of the NCS programme with Exeter City FC.
Our team support, mentor and help develop NCS participants through a programme of personal development and implementation of a community project, you will have a unique opportunity to work with a diverse group of 16 and 17year olds combining residential and non- residential experiences.
We have vacancies for the following posts working as part of our summer programme.
With our programme due to increase in 2017 we will be looking for additional staff, so why not send us your CV? please submit your CV by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
**NEW ** **TRAINEESHIPS**
Aged 16-18 and unsure what to do next?
Not sure which course to take at college or if further education is for you?
Do you want to go into employment but don’t know what you want to do?
Maybe you are struggling to get on the first rung of the employment ladder?
With the right help and support and with the motivation to do something everything is possible. Our 12 week programme will help you find out more about the world of work and help you to take the next steps that are right for you.
For 12 weeks you’ll be a trainee at Exeter a City Football In The Community.You’ll spend four days per week on work placement doing a variety of roles within the club, which might include coaching, administration, match day duties or being a shop assistant.
You’ll spend time developing employability skills such a CV writing, interview techniques, money skills or problem solving. One day a week will also be spent developing your functional skills (For example if you don’t have English & Maths to GCSE grade C).
As a trainee you will also have the opportunity to take a basic coaching qualification.
By the end of the programme you’ll be in a much better position to choose your next step: into work with training, an apprenticeship, or into full time education.
Further information and details on how to apply can be downloaded here