INCLUSION OFFICER (DISABILITY)

£17,500 - £20,000 per year

AFC Fylde Community Foundation is recruiting an Inclusion Officer to join its successful and respected team to increase the number of people with disabilities accessing sport on a regular basis by delivering a high-quality coaching programme in the community. Also, to provide a high-quality PE and school sport offer to schools in the Fylde area.


Salary: £17,500 - £20,000 per annum 


You will: 

  • Plan and deliver high quality and fun coaching sessions to people of all ages with disabilities in Fylde as part of the Foundation’s disability offer.

  • Deliver high-quality activities for young people as part of the Community Foundation’s evening provision. 

  • Liaise with project partners to organise football and multi-sports competitions and festivals.

  • Deliver high quality football and sports coaching in Fylde primary schools as part of the Community Foundation’s PPA offer.

  • Ensure that all activities delivered are in line with the Primary School PE Curriculum and OFSTED guidelines.


You will have:

  • National Governing Body Level 2 Coaching Award or 1st 4sport Level 2 Award in Multi Skills Development in Sport.

  • Experience of leading the delivery of sessions for people with disabilities of all ages.

  • Proven track record of delivering PE and sports coaching in schools.

  • Knowledge of issues affecting people with disabilities in the Fylde Borough.

  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.


To apply for the position through Indeed please click the link below or alternatively send your CV and Cover Letter to Foundation Director, AFC Fylde Community Foundation, Fylde Sports and Education Centre, Coronation Way, Wesham, PR4 3JZ or to community@afcfylde.co.uk.

Closing date for applications: 5pm, Monday July 25th 2022

Interview date: TBC

AFC Fylde Community Foundation is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment and its employment policies for recruitment are designed to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender re-assignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.


The Foundation is committed to safeguarding all children, young people and adults at risk involved in its activities and events. The trust recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of these vulnerable groups by a commitment to procedures to protect them. The Foundation expects all staff and volunteers to fully support and promote these commitments.