Assistant School Health and Wellbeing Manager
This is a unique opportunity for the right person to lead a team of dedicated professionals as the Assistant Manager for Health, Wellbeing and Community. Inspire Together have just undertaken a major rebranding which reects a change in direction for us where we are no longer focussed solely on school sports, but across our 6 delivery strands of Inclusion, High Quality Competition, Leadership, Health & Wellbeing, Community and High-Quality Physical Education.
- Full Time
- Crown Hills Community College
- Placed On
- Fri 23rd September, 2022
- 9:00am - Mon 3rd October, 2022
- Interview Date
- Tue 11th October, 2022
About Assistant School Health and Wellbeing Manager
We are looking for an energetic, inspirational and forward-thinking individual to work alongside the existing leadership team across 'Inspire Together' with key responsibility for developing the Health & Wellbeing and Community strands. This role is full-time and paid on LG band 7 (£29,174-£31,895).
Your contract will be with Crown Hills Community College and as such you will receive a number of further benefits. These include a dedicated once space, work laptop, work mobile phone, continual professional development, Health Shield Health Insurance, no emails at the weekend or after 8pm and during holidays, administrative support, 24 hours a day/365 days a year phone counselling service and a cycle to Work scheme. What we are building in 'Inspire Together' is truly unique; there is no blue print that we are following and we are one of the first in the country to have a vision so ambitious and all encompassing. Our aim is to go beyond school sports and have a positive impact on the young people in Leicester, their families and their communities. The successful candidate will have oversight for the development of Health & Wellbeing and Community work within the leadership team of the Assistant Principal for Physical Education and Sport, the Inspire Together Manager and the Assistant Manager for Competition & Leadership. You will develop important links to community partners including the city HAF programme and the wider offer to engage young people in physical activity and to develop an active habit for life to support a healthier, happier future generation. Building relationships with wider partners and consulting with young people, families and influential members of the community will be key to building sustainable links to support whole school health and wellbeing outcomes. Through the Health and Wellbeing strand you will manage a group of coaches and oversee their work programme and refine the programmes themselves. You will also horizon scan for opportunities to expand and develop both the team and the programmes. The community strand has elements such as the HAF camps but is largely a blank canvas. As such it requires someone with the knowledge and skills to provide opportunities which will develop physical activity initiatives within the community and an innovative approach to engaging young people and their families in a healthier, happier lifestyle. You should also be able to demonstrate a positive track record of leading others to achieve the same outcomes. How we lead is as important as the direction we are taking our team in.
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