Casual Track Coach Vacancy
Are you a British Cycling Qualified Track coach who enjoys coaching? An opportunitiy has arisen for some paid delivery at Middlesbrough Velodrome.
The Casual Track Coach role is required to cover a busy timetable of evening and weekend sessions at Middlesbrough Velodrome, delivering planned coaching sessions for novice through to advanced Youth and Adult riders.
Delivery will include the four stage accreditation process; beginner, improver, intermediate and advanced, assigning and adjusting a fleet of track hire bikes for riders prior to sessions when necessary.
The duties will also include gauging and meeting demand to provide SQT style sessions, facilitating accredited riders to practice racing efforts and techniques.
Another key task will be recording session registers, rider data, and reporting back to key stakeholders such as Middlesbrough Council and British Cycling on a monthly basis in addition to maintaining own timesheets and claim forms.
Please note, this description is not exhaustive and sessions may vary as determined by an evolving timetable.
There are a maximum of 13 hours per week, these hours can be divided between a number of casual coaches, so please don’t be put off if you are not available for the full 13 hours per week. The hours are funded through a partnership with British Cycling. Further details will be provided at informal interview stage.
Please find link to further details and expression of interest form here:
Closing date 12 noon Monday 12th September 2016
Middlesbrough Sports Village
User Group Meeting
There will be a meeting held at Middlesbrough Sports Village at 7pm on Monday 12th September 2016. Members of North East based Cycling clubs are invited to attend and contribute to the formation of an active steering group.
The aim of the meeting is to engage those who currently use or have plans to use the purpose built Cycling Facilities on site, which are the Closed Road Circuit and the Outdoor Velodrome. Re establishing the group previously known 'Prissick Cycling Association' is seen as a key step to ensure the facilities benefit Cyclists of all ages and abilities throughout the region.