Opportunities


Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Basketball Ambassador
Number of volunteer places available
1 / 1
Tasks

  •   The role looks to engage a student volunteer to grow cricket within the University. The aim of the role is to grow participation within the university and more people becoming physically active. 

  • The role of the Cricket Ambassador is to develop, implement and deliver a social cricket programme within the University. 

  • This role offers the student a unique opportunity to develop skills and experiences to support their long-term career development. They will gain a unique experience, insight and understanding of working in sport development and project management as well as experience in delivering sports activity and events. The role will include:

    • Volunteering for approximately 4 hours per week – this includes delivering a social Cricket session on a Thursday evening 6pm-7pm (TBC) and promoting the sessions.

    • Flexible working hours with some evenings and weekends

    • Work towards the stated programme targets and objectives



Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at the University of Lincoln Sports Centre. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Cricket and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience

Availability

Would need to be available Thursday 6pm-7pm (TBC) each week during term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in cricket and a good understanding of the rules. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Coach of Team Sports (COTS)
Number of volunteer places available
3 / 15
Tasks

Plan and deliver weekly coaching sessions specific to the select sports team. This could be running sport specific fitness sessions, team building activities, skills/drills sessions.

Location

University Sports Centre

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The Volunteer will receive support directly from Alex Blackett, a Senior Sports Lecturer.

Personal qualities and requirements

Passion towards sport



Trustworthy and reliable



Flexible



Minimum level 1 coaching qualification



 

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

Effective communication;




  • To be able to communicate effectively with the sports team so they understand the purpose of the exercise.



Organisational skills;




  • Being able to plan and execute sessions effectively that benefit are beneficial to the sports team.



Networking;




  • Connecting socially with the paired sports team.



Presentation skills;    




  • Being able to clearly execute a session.



Personal development;




  • Each session will contribute to tangible hands on experience therefore aid personal development.



Innovation;




  • Being able to come up with new ideas to keep the team focused and interested.



Public speaking;



Being able to regularly lead and present in front of the paid sports team

Availability

Once per week

Additional Info

Now recruiting for 2018/19



Who would this role be most suited to?



A student enrolled onto an undergraduate/postgraduate sports course.



Application process for volunteers



What are the steps from application to starting their volunteering?



Show interest on the SU volunteering website or informal chat/interview with someone from the Activities Department and sports science department.



Timescale



Approximately 1 month from application to starting volunteering.



The coaching would begin at the commencement of the BUCS season running until the end of the BUCS season, approximately 5 months.



When can students expect to hear back from you once they have been referred?



Once they have submitted an interest we will get in touch within the week.



 


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Cricket Ambassador
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 1
Tasks

  •   The role looks to engage a student volunteer to grow dance within the University. The aim of the role is to grow participation within the university and more people becoming physically active. 

  • The role of the dance Ambassador is to develop, implement and deliver a social dance programme within the University. 

  • This role offers the student a unique opportunity to develop skills and experiences to support their long-term career development. They will gain a unique experience, insight and understanding of working in sport development and project management as well as experience in delivering sports activity and events. The role will include:

    • Volunteering for approximately 4 hours per week – this includes delivering a social dance session on a Thursday evening 9:15pm-10:15pm (TBC) and promoting the sessions.

    • Flexible working hours with some evenings and weekends

    • Work towards the stated programme targets and objectives



Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at the University of Lincoln Sports Centre. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Dance and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience

Availability

Would need to be available Thursday 9:15pm-10:15pm (TBC) each week during term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in dance. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Dance Ambassador
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 1
Tasks

  •   The role looks to engage a student volunteer to grow gymnastics within the University. The aim of the role is to grow participation within the university and more people becoming physically active. 

  • The role of the Gymnastics Ambassador is to develop, implement and deliver a social gymnastics programme within the University. 

  • This role offers the student a unique opportunity to develop skills and experiences to support their long-term career development. They will gain a unique experience, insight and understanding of working in sport development and project management as well as experience in delivering sports activity and events. The role will include:

    • Volunteering for approximately 4 hours per week – this includes delivering a social Gymnastics session on a Thursday evening 8:15pm-9:15pm (TBC) and promoting the sessions.

    • Flexible working hours with some evenings and weekends

    • Work towards the stated programme targets and objectives



Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at the University of Lincoln Sports Centre. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Gymnastics and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience

Availability

Would need to be available Thursday 8:15pm-9:15pm (TBC) each week during term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in gymnastics and a good understanding of the rules. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Football Ambassadors
Number of volunteer places available
1 / 8
Tasks

  The Hub delivers a Football Futures Student Management Team:



Football Futures is the FA’s initiative for Young Leadership and Volunteering and there are currently 6 positions available to join the Football Futures Student Management Team at the University of Lincoln.



 



2x Football Ambassadors – To take a lead on the football hub and communicate with the SU and other officers.



 2 x Just Play Officers



- Practically deliver and facilitate ‘turn up and play sessions’



- Promote the Just Play sessions to University students



- Host two Just Play festivals during the academic year



2 x League Officers



- Practically deliver and facilitate league fixtures



- Coordinate fixtures and results



- Raise awareness and the profile of the league within the University community



1 x Coaching Officer



- To support the Hub to deliver FA coach education courses by coordinating and facilitating delivery



- To support students who are interested in coaching with accessing opportunities within the community



1 x Referee Officer



- To support the Hub to deliver referee courses



- To support students who are interested in refereeing with accessing opportunities within the community



 



The Just Play sessions are delivered on a Monday and Tuesday evening and the league is delivered on a Thursday evening and Sunday morning.



All 8 officers are expected to attend monthly progress meetings.



Student volunteers should have a passion for developing football with a ‘can do’ attitude.

Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at the University of Lincoln Sports Centre. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Football and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience

Availability

Would need to be available  either Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Sunday each week during term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in Football. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Hockey Ambassador
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 1
Tasks

  •   The role looks to engage a student volunteer to grow lacrosse within the University. The aim of the role is to grow participation within the university and more people becoming physically active. 

  • The role of the Lacrosse Ambassador is to develop, implement and deliver a social lacrosse programme within the University. 

  • This role offers the student a unique opportunity to develop skills and experiences to support their long-term career development. They will gain a unique experience, insight and understanding of working in sport development and project management as well as experience in delivering sports activity and events. The role will include:

    • Volunteering for approximately 4 hours per week – this includes delivering a social lacrosse session on a Saturday morning 10am-11am (TBC) and promoting the sessions.

    • Flexible working hours with some evenings and weekends

    • Work towards the stated programme targets and objectives



Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at the University of Lincoln Sports Centre. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Lacrosse and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience




 

Availability

Would need to be available Saturday 10am-11am (TBC) each week during term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in lacrosse. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Lacrosse Ambassador
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 1
Tasks

  •   The role looks to engage a student volunteer to grow lacrosse within the University. The aim of the role is to grow participation within the university and more people becoming physically active. 

  • The role of the Lacrosse Ambassador is to develop, implement and deliver a social lacrosse programme within the University. 

  • This role offers the student a unique opportunity to develop skills and experiences to support their long-term career development. They will gain a unique experience, insight and understanding of working in sport development and project management as well as experience in delivering sports activity and events. The role will include:

    • Volunteering for approximately 4 hours per week – this includes delivering a social lacrosse session on a Saturday morning 10am-11am (TBC) and promoting the sessions.

    • Flexible working hours with some evenings and weekends

    • Work towards the stated programme targets and objectives



Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at the University of Lincoln Sports Centre. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Lacrosse and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience




 

Availability

Would need to be available Saturday 10am-11am (TBC) each week during term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in lacrosse. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
Lincoln City Football Club
Title of role
LCFC Match Day Volunteer
Number of volunteer places available
11 / 20
Tasks

  • Supporting and general assistance with different match day activities

  • General duties around the Stadium supporting their match day experience

  • Distribution of promotional material to spectators at the match



 

Location

Sincil Bank Stadium, Lincoln, LN5 8LD

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

All activities will be guided and supervised.

Personal qualities and requirements

Good communication skills and enthusiasm

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

Communication Skills



Commercial Awareness



Attitude & Initiative



Interpersonal Skills

Availability

All home games and from 1.30 – 5.30pm for Saturday games.



Evening game times will be communicated to the volunteer pool as they occur.



Details of fixtures can be found here:



http://www.redimps.co.uk/fixtures-results/fixtures-list/



 

Additional Info

Timescale from application to starting volunteering:



Immediate



 



When can students expect to hear back from you once they have been referred?



Within 48 hours



Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) required: No



Recognition – All volunteers on the day will be welcome to enjoy the football match.



 


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Organisation Name
Lincolnshire Football Association
Title of role
Mars Just Play Co-ordinator
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 1
Tasks

  • To deliver a Just Play Centre at the University Sport Centre

  • Work with University Football Activator to promote the football offer to increase participation 

Location

The Sports Centre, LN6 7TS

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

Supported by University Football Activator

Personal qualities and requirements

  • Must have FA Level 1 coaching qualification

  • Experience in coaching football

  • Good communication skills

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

  • Leadership

  • Delivery

  • Willingness to attend training 

Availability

Must be available every Tuesday evening 6-7pm 

Additional Info

Who would this role be most suited to? Students with FA Level 1 coaching qualification wanting to gain valuable experience in football provision in Higher Education to improve skills and employability. When signing up, please specify what course you are studying


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Organisation Name
British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS)
Title of role
Media Assistant
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 5
Tasks

Overall aim is to support the smooth delivery of the BUCS Golf Tour event by providing a high standard of media coverage. This includes:




  • Collecting photo and video content to share across social media platforms (including updating graphics with results).

  • Publicising players, institutions, scores and results across social media platforms.

  • Managing the BUCS Snapchat and Instagram stories.

  • Collating professional photography for Facebook albums.

  • Interviewing players, creating and writing content for news articles and event summaries.

Location

Woodhall Spa Golf Club, The Broadway, Woodhall Spa, LN10 6PU

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

Volunteers will receive an event induction, and supervision by the BUCS Event Manager throughout their volunteering experience.

Personal qualities and requirements

  • Efficient verbal communication and welcoming, friendly body language.

  • Experience of volunteering at events, preferably competitive sports events.

  • Good timekeeper, punctual and reliable.

  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a small team.

  • Knowledge of golf (desirable, but not essential).

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

  • Event management skills.

  • Sports journalism skills.

  • Sports event media and publicity skills.

Availability

Volunteers are required on Sunday 15, Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 April 2018. Volunteers are able to do one, two or all three days. All three days would be preferred to help ensure consistency with the event delivery. Volunteers would be required from approx. 09:00 until 18:00 each day. Timings are flexible if volunteers have existing commitments.

Additional Info

Who would this role be most suited to?



This role would be ideal for media or journalism students. Additionally, students studying digital content, video production, photography, or sports management would be suitable volunteers.



Students with involvement in societies and an interest in media, such as campus TV, university newspapers, sports websites etc., should also apply.



 



Application process for volunteers: What are the steps from application to starting their volunteering?



E-mail their interest to hayden.arrowsmith@bucs.org.uk detailing their experience, and how they can contribute to the tasks detailed above.



For further information students can phone Hayden Arrowsmith, BUCS Event Manager, on 0207 633 4993.



 



Timescale from application to starting volunteering:



Interested volunteers to apply as soon as possible. Positions will be filled on a first come first served basis (depending on suitability).



 



When can students expect to hear back from you once they have been referred? (Ideally students should be contacted within a week)



Within a week of applying via e-mail.


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Organisation Name
Positive Futures
Title of role
Positive Futures Dance Leader
Number of volunteer places available
2 / 7
Tasks

  • Assist Dance Tutor in Session

  • Engage with young people

  • Run warm ups

  • Registration and admin

  • Correct technique

Location

Various locations across Lincoln. Our office is based at Myle Cross Centre, Macaulay Drive, St Giles, Lincoln, LN2 4EN

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

Volunteers will never be left on their own with a group. Session leaders will also have debriefs with the volunteers after every session

Personal qualities and requirements

Essential:




  • Interest in dance

  • Interest in working with young people



Desirable:




  • Dance qualification 

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

Communication Skills



Leadership & Management



Attitude & Initiative

Availability

Evenings throughout the week, Tuesday to Friday, from 3pm to 9pm (this is a guide as sessions are delivered between these times but volunteers will not be required for the full 6 hours)

Additional Info

Who would this role be most suited to? Dance, Performing Arts and Sport Coaching students would find this role particularly worthwhile.



Application process for volunteers: Sign up below to be referred. You will then be contacted by a member of Positive Futures and they will send you an application and health form. You will attend an informal meeting and induction session and be asked to complete some further paperwork and a DBS check. Positive Futures will check your availability and hold an exit interview for you.



Timescale from application to starting volunteering: We hope to get all volunteers booked on to a session to learn how the project works then be volunteering prior to a DBS check within 2 weeks. The DBS itself usually takes around 4 weeks.



When can students expect to hear back from you once they have been referred? Within a week


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Organisation Name
Positive Futures
Title of role
Positive Futures Sports Leader
Number of volunteer places available
1 / 15
Tasks

  • Assist session leader at sessions

  • Officiate different sports

  • Set up equipment/take down equipment

  • Take registers

  • Run warm ups

  • Engage with groups of young people

Location

Myle Cross Centre, Macaulay Drive, St Giles, Lincoln, LN2 4EN

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

Volunteers will never be left on their own with a group. Session leaders will also have debriefs with the volunteers after every session

Personal qualities and requirements

Essential:




  • Interest in sport

  • Interest in working with young people



Desirable:




  • Driving License and NGB qualification

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

Communication Skills



Leadership & Management



Attitude & Initiative

Availability

Evenings throughout the week, Tuesday to Friday, from 3pm to 9pm

Additional Info

Who would this role be most suited to? Sport Coaching, Sport Development, Sport Management students would find this role particularly worthwhile.



Application process for volunteers: Sign up below to be referred. You will then be contacted by a member of Positive Futures and they will send you an application and health form. You will attend an informal meeting and induction session and be asked to complete some further paperwork and a DBS check. Positive Futures will check your availability and hold an exit interview for you.



Timescale from application to starting volunteering: We hope to get all volunteers booked on to a session to learn how the project works then be volunteering prior to a DBS check within 2 weeks. The DBS itself usually takes around 4 weeks.



When can students expect to hear back from you once they have been referred? Within a week


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Science Practitioner of Team Sports (Spots)
Number of volunteer places available
9 / 25
Tasks

Plan and deliver weekly sport science specific activities with a select sports team. This could be filming weekly matches and providing match analysis feedback or running sport specific fitness sessions during the clubs training session.



 

Location

University Sports Centre

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The Volunteer will receive support directly from Sandy Willmott, a senior sports lecturer.

Personal qualities and requirements

Passion towards sport



Trustworthy and reliable



Flexible

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

Effective communication;




  • To be able to communicate effectively with the sports team so they understand the purpose of the exercise.



Organizational skills;




  • Being able to plan and execute sessions effectively that benefit are beneficial to the sports team.



Networking;





  • Connecting socially with the paired sports team.



Presentation skills;




  • Being able to clearly execute a session.



Personal development;




  • Each session will contribute to tangible hands on experience therefore aid personal development.



Innovation; 





  • Connecting socially with the paired sports team.



Presentation skills;




  • Being able to clearly execute a session.



Personal development;




  • Each session will contribute to tangible hands on experience therefore aid personal development.



Innovation; 




  • Being able to come up with new ideas to keep the team focused and interested.



Public speaking;




  • Being able to regularly lead and present in front of the paid sports team.




 




 

Availability

This will occur once a week at a time agreed by both the team and sport scientist.

Additional Info

Now recruiting for 2018/19



Who would this role be most suited to?



A student enrolled onto an undergraduate/postgraduate sports course.



Application process for volunteers



What are the steps from application to starting their volunteering?



Show interest on the SU volunteering website or informal chat/interview with someone from the Activities Department and sports science department.



Timescale from application to starting volunteering



1 month (ish)



When can students expect to hear back from you once they have been referred? Once they have submitted an interest we will get in touch within the week.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Sports Centre
Title of role
Social Sports Activator
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 2
Tasks

Help the lead activator with getting people in to games, organising and supervising the games. Help to officiate the games at a social level.



 

Location

Sports Centre 

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

They will have support from the lead mentor but also by the sports development officer and sports centre staff.



 

Personal qualities and requirements

Enthusiastic, motivational and interest in the sport in question.



Doesn’t have to be top level, enough to start games going and help others join in.



 

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

They will learn how to run a social session, how to engage participants’ in the task and how to keep them interested. Officiate games at a social level.



The ability to deal with all different kinds of personalities and skill levels within one session.



Organisation and time management

Availability

Once a week for 1-2 hours at a time on a certain day of the week. 

Additional Info

Who would this role be most suited to? 



Anyone who has an interest in the sport and can make a high majority of the sessions to learn from the lead activator and would possibly like to takeover next year



Application process for volunteers: What are the steps from application to starting their volunteering?



Register your interest for the sport(s) you would like to volunteer for.



Have an informal interview about what you could bring and how many of the sessions you can commit to



Start volunteering.



Timescale from application to starting volunteering:



1 week



When can students expect to hear back from you once they have been referred? (Ideally students should be contacted within a week)



Maximum a week, usually 2-3 days



 



Number of volunteer places available: 2, one in each of the following: football and Basketball.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Tennis Ambassador
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 1
Tasks

  •   The role looks to engage a student volunteer to grow tennis within the University. The aim of the role is to grow participation within the university and more people becoming physically active. 

  • The role of the Tennis Ambassador is to develop, implement and deliver a social badminton programme within the University. 

  • This role offers the student a unique opportunity to develop skills and experiences to support their long-term career development. They will gain a unique experience, insight and understanding of working in sport development and project management as well as experience in delivering sports activity and events. The role will include:

    • Volunteering for approximately 4 hours per week – this includes delivering a social Tennis session once a week and promoting the sessions.

    • Flexible working hours with some evenings and weekends

    • Work towards the stated programme targets and objectives



Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at Eastgate. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Tennis and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience

Availability

Would need to be available do the hours social session once a week throughout term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in tennis and a good understanding of the rules. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
University of Lincoln Students' Union
Title of role
Volleyball Ambassador
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 1
Tasks

  •   The role looks to engage a student volunteer to grow volleyball within the University. The aim of the role is to grow participation within the university and more people becoming physically active. 

  • The role of the Volleyball Ambassador is to develop, implement and deliver a social volleyball programme within the University. 

  • This role offers the student a unique opportunity to develop skills and experiences to support their long-term career development. They will gain a unique experience, insight and understanding of working in sport development and project management as well as experience in delivering sports activity and events. The role will include:

    • Volunteering for approximately 4 hours per week – this includes delivering a social dance session on a Saturday afternoon 4pm-5pm (TBC) and promoting the sessions.

    • Flexible working hours with some evenings and weekends

    • Work towards the stated programme targets and objectives



Location

Delivery of sessions will take place at the University of Lincoln Sports Centre. However some meetings may take place at the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

The successful candidate will be supported by the Sports Development Assistant from the University of Lincoln Students' Union.

Personal qualities and requirements

Outgoing, motivated individuals with a passion for Volleyball and getting people physically active.

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills



 Communication Skills



 Attitude & Initiative



 Problem Solving Skills



 Digital Literacy



 Commercial Awareness



 Leadership & Management



 Resilience

Availability

Would need to be available Saturday 4pm-5pm (TBC) each week during term time.

Additional Info

Would be most suited to an individual who has an interest in volleyball. Once volunteers have registered interest we will be in touch with them to discuss the opportunity further. Volunteering will start at the beginning of the 18/19 academic year with training taking place beforehand.


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Organisation Name
Gladiator Events Ltd
Title of role
Volunteer Manchester Gauntlet Games 2018
Number of volunteer places available
0 / 50
Tasks

  • Course section Marshall: assisting the course manager to make sure the part of the course is safe.

  • Registration Marshall: will be assisting with the registration of each participants, making sure the correct forms are filled in and getting a view on the organization of the registration.

  • Car parking Marshall: Helping the participants work their way around the car park in an organized way.

  • Gladiator role: For Volunteers wanting to have a laugh on the day, there is the possibility to become a Gladiator and create the activity at the obstacles.

Location

Heaton Park, Manchester on the 15th of September

What kind of support/supervision will you receive?

A briefing will take place at the start of the day so that everyone knows what they are doing. Throughout the day each volunteer will have a course manager by his side.

Personal qualities and requirements

-Motivation


-Interpersonal skills


-Quick reaction


-Problem Solving skills


-Interest in Event Management and/or Sport


-Organization

Work-ready skills you will learn or develop

 Interpersonal Skills


 Problem Solving Skills

Availability

This is a position for a one-day event, they would be required to be on site for 6 hours, from 8.30 am to 3.30pm

Additional Info

  • Suited to someone wanting some live experience at a real event

  • Once they apply, we will try and be in touch in the next two weeks. They will get information emails before the date on what to bring and what they will be expected to do it more detail.

  • On the day they will get a briefing on what they will be doing on the day, may it be registration, car park management or being with a course section manager.


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