Oxford United in the Community

Our Vision

Every person in Oxfordshire has a positive connection with OUFC / OUitC every day, inspiring happier, healthier and better-connected communities.

Our Mission

Working collaboratively with local and county-wide delivery partners, Oxford United in the Community uses the power of football to inspire the people and communities of Oxfordshire to have positive aspirations for their futures and the health, wellbeing, self-confidence, opportunities and resources to achieve them.

Our Focus

Whilst our work has traditionally focused on younger children in primary schools via Football in the Community programmes, our new strategy “Oxfordshire – A Community United” means we are extending that focus, working to support all of the community across Oxfordshire “aged from 2 to 92” with a more “place-based” approach.

07 Jan, 2022
Oxford United in the Community Oxfordshire, UK
Job Title Sessional Football Coach Reporting to Programme Leads Pay Variable rate ranging from £10.00 - £20.00 per hour Contract Casual Hours Varied and flexible – hours available during the day, afternoons, evenings and weekends Location Various across Oxfordshire   Primary Job Function To support the delivery of Oxford United in the Community’s football programmes, including breakfast clubs, lunchtime clubs, after-school clubs, holiday camps, Premier League Kicks, Skills Centres and Development Centres.   Main Responsibilities To consistently plan and deliver professional high quality coaching sessions that promote sustained participation in football and sport. To plan and deliver football coaching sessions that provide participants with the opportunity to develop and grow both as players and as people. To liaise with key stakeholders such as Programme Leads, school staff, and parents, to ensure that all sessions are...