About the Role
We are looking for an enthusiastic skateboarder that engages well with children to offer skateboard lessons at Chelmsford Skatepark primarily on Sundays. There may also be opportunities for extra lessons during the week and school holidays.
This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a team of a fast growing skateboard school, doing something you love, whilst earning great rates of pay!
The role will require the provision of skateboard group classes ranging from 2-10 children per group, and also some private tuition.
The coach will be responsible for managing cancellations on the day if a session is to be cancelled due to adverse weather/coach sickness etc. Sessions cannot be provided if the weather is deemed unsuitable for skateboarding.
Hours worked can be flexible to suit the employees needs.
Successful applicants will be employed on a self-employed basis. Coaches are paid for the hours worked and not a salary. Coaches are paid monthly.
Minimum rate of pay is £14ph. With possibilities to earn up to £50ph. Rates of pay can be discussed on the applicants interview.
All coaches are required to have a DBS check, First-Aid Training and Safeguarding Training. Full training will be provided by Shredder Skate School.
Coaches will also be required to attend a SkateboardGB coaching course. Arrangement for this will be provided by Shredder Skate School.
Applicants must show a high level of enthusiasm for skateboard coaching, work well with children, be hard working reliable individuals, have great time keeping and organisational skills.
Must be able to demonstrate basic skateboarding skills as a minimum. Will be required to work alone and have great communication skills with the manager.
Prior experience working with children is a plus, but not essential.
Applicants must be aged 18 or over.
Applicants will be required to send over a CV.
About the Company
Shredder Skate School is a fast growing skateboard school based in the East of England.
Our dream is to bring the joys of skateboarding to anyone who wishes to start, regardless of gender, background or sexuality. Our skateboard classes are based on fun, alongside progression, as we aim to create strong social bonds through skateboarding in the local community.
Shredder Skate School was created as part of a campaign by Max Jamieson to raise funds and awareness for the 'now' current skatepark in Burwell, Cambridgeshire in 2016. After the completion of the skatepark, the sessions provided proved so popular with those that we taught, we decided to carry on spreading the joys of skateboarding through our coaching!