Badminton Coach Wanted
Posted: Tue, 29 May 2018 12:03
Full-time employed Badminton Coach
Area of Work Oxfordshire Badminton School
Qualification Minimum UKCC Level 1 or above ((Level 1's from all
sports may be considered if demonstrating a willingness
to gain the Level 2 qualification)
Wage Salary up to £20,400 dependant on experience
Hours 25 hours per week
Benefits Retain 100% income from individual coaching
All equipment provided
Closing Date 11 June 2018
Community Badminton is looking for an energetic and charismatic Badminton England
Coach to deliver, support and enhance Oxfordshire Badminton Schools junior and adult
Oxfordshire Badminton School is an established county-wide badminton programme
which is partnered with Badminton England, Oxfordshire Badminton Association and
Yonex. It is the first county-wide programme of it's kind, with an aim to encourage the
increase of grassroots participation.
Oxfordshire Badminton School launched in January 2017 and already has over 130
players accessing weekly group coaching.
The role guarantees a minimum of 20 hours of scheduled coaching sessions per week
for Community Badminton. There is scope to expand quickly to 30-40-hours per week
with the salary increasing to £28,800 with additional performance related pay.
The successful candidate will have a passion for badminton and in developing a
coaching programme, have excellent communication and organisation skills and high
levels of professionalism.
This is an excellent opportunity to be part of an exciting new project, join a strong and
innovative organisation and work with driven and supportive people.
For more information about Community Badminton, visit:
For more information about Oxfordshire Badminton School, visit:
• Deliver the coaching programme and holiday camps in-line with the schools'
scheme of work
• Increase participation on all coaching programmes
• Develop, maintain and enhance the existing coaching programmes
• Support in establishing new venue links
• Support the promotion of the coaching programmes
• To be available to offer individual lessons to players
• Actively support and encourage juniors to start competing in competitions within
the programme, in Community Badminton match-plays and tournaments and
other Badminton England sanctioned tournaments
• Identify young talent amongst the juniors and getting them to play more
The coach will help the school and Community Badminton:
• Maintain the standard of play on the programme or raise it to a higher level
• Encourage players to play badminton and improve their game
• Increase membership numbers by enhancing the schools' credibility
• Actively source new players and help promote and market the place to play
• Act as a point of contact for players and interact on a social and coaching level
• Optimise facilities and resources and help advance the schools overall
• Support in the design, marketing and delivery of the programme
For more information regarding the job role read the document below.