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Published: Thursday, 20 June 2019 10:28

 

About

Sport Brighton is the University of Brighton’s sport service provider. Services range from the provision of facilities to sporting programmes. The University of Brighton currently has over 50 student sports clubs and enter 40 teams in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) leagues.

Coaching

The University of Brighton has developed and extended its coached sport offer and currently has a range of vacancies available to the right candidates. Sport Brighton are looking for coaches who can engage, develop and ultimately help bring success to students at the University of Brighton.

Benefits and support

Coaches will be paid for weekly training session(s) and for fixtures/ agreed competitions. You will also be entitled to take membership of our fitness facilities for the period you are coaching. Branded t-shirts are provided to all coaching staff. Coaches will have regular meetings with team committee members and Sport Brighton staff to help monitor the needs of the club and its coaches. Support is also provided for further professional development and training courses. All coaches are offered free first aid training by one of our qualified first aid trainers.

Apply

To apply please send a covering letter and your CV of relevant experience to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Or for further information please contact: Claire Slater on 01273 644108

Job Description

Please download the generic job description here, which applies to all available coaching roles.

 


 

Current Vacancies:

 

 

Rates of pay vary between £21-£25 per hour depending on qualifications. All coaches are required to be qualified to level 2 or above unless stated. Coaching roles will commence in October 2019 and finish in April 2020 for teams in weekly BUCS competition or June 2020 for those competing in one off events.

 

University of Brighton

 

Futsal

Men’s Futsal Coach- Eastbourne

• Tuesday and Thursday 5 – 6:30pm for training. 20 weeks, term time only

• Saturday afternoon x 10 weeks for matches (desirable)

• Training and matches take place in Eastbourne

NEW POSITION: The squad is looking for experienced coach to help them balance having an inclusive club atmosphere whilst maintaining high performance in BUCS leagues

 

Netball x 3

Netball Coach- Brighton

• Monday 6:30 – 8pm pm for training. 20 weeks, term time only

• Wednesday afternoon x 10 weeks for matches (desirable)

• Training and home matches take place at Falmer

 

Netball Coach- Eastbourne x 2

• Monday 5 – 7pm pm for training. 20 weeks, term time only

• Wednesday afternoon x 10 weeks for matches (desirable)

• Training and home matches take place at Eastbourne

 

Brighton and Sussex Medical school

 

Football

Women’s Football Coach

• Thursday 6pm -7pm for training. 20 weeks, term time only

• Training is at The University of Brighton, Falmer campus

 

Netball

Netball Coach- Brighton

• Thursday 6– 7pm pm for training. 20 weeks, term time only

• Tuesday evenings x 10 weeks for matches (desirable)

• Training and home matches take place at The University of Brighton, Falmer campus

 

Rugby

Men’s Rugby Coach- Brighton

• Wednesday 7pm – 9pm for training. 20 weeks, term time only

• Saturday afternoon x 10 weeks for matches (desirable)

• Training is at The University of Brighton, Falmer campus. Matches vary in location around Sussex

 

 

UoB BUCS Athletics Success

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Published: Thursday, 09 May 2019 11:19 Written by Michelle

 

The University of Brighton have had their most successful BUCS Outdoor Athletics Championships ever.

Over the bank holiday weekend over 2,000 athletes competed in BUCS competitions with 12 representing the University of Brighton. Students on the University of Brighton scholarship programme went on to win 4 medals and achieve a 4th place. Overall the team amassed 36 BUCS points in a single weekend, which should push Brighton up 3 places in the BUCS Rankings to 53rd.

Read more: UoB BUCS Athletics Success

 

2019 Sports Awards Winners

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Published: Wednesday, 01 May 2019 23:00 Written by Michelle

On Wednesday 1st May, over 360 students and staff attended the 2019 University of Brighton Sports Awards Dinner at the home of Brighton and Hove Albion, the American Express Community Stadium. The night celebrated sporting success at the university. After an opportiunity to get a photo pitchside guests enjoyed a meal, entertainment in the form of hypnotist Aaron Calvert and the announcment of the highly anticipated awards. Pictured are Club of the Year winners Boxing Eastbourne. Official photos from the event are on our Facebook page.

Read more: 2019 Sports Awards Winners

 

Harriet Wins BUCS Bronze | Cycling

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Published: Tuesday, 30 April 2019 14:53 Written by Michelle

 

University of Brighton sports scholarship athlete Harriet Dodd competed in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Cycling Road Race competition in Sheffield on Saturday 27th April. Harriet who normally competes in mountain bike races managed to win a bronze medal. Harriet was our only representation in this event which means she competed with no surrounding team, whereas other institutions had sent teams of riders, making her podium finish even more impressive.

 

Congratulations to Harriet on this incredible achievement.