Port Regis is one of the country’s leading co-educational day and boarding schools for children aged two to
thirteen. A school in which tradition and innovation have gone hand in hand for more than a century, we
provide a thoughtful, rounded education that enables children to thrive. This education goes well beyond
our beautiful buildings and outstanding facilities – it is rooted in our culture and values.
We are looking for a Multi Sports Coach who holds a Level 1 or Level 2 qualification in any of the following
sports: netball, hockey, rugby, cricket, football and athletics or a committed candidate willing to gain these
qualifications at Port Regis.
Part-time or full-time hours are available, including evening and weekends. Please let us know your
preferred working hours.
Remuneration and Benefits
The successful candidates can expect:
• Competitive salary, pension and holiday benefits.
• Complimentary use of the School’s staff gym and Sports Centre.
• Delicious meals in our Dining Hall during term time.
• To join a delightful team and exceptional working environment.
Accommodation on site can also be provided if desired. Please contact the Director of HR
(email@example.com) for further details.
As soon as possible.
Key Responsibilities – Sport
• To provide high quality coaching in netball, hockey, rugby, cricket, football and athletics.
• To be involved with planning and preparation of activities, the management of resources and
compilation of records and reports as necessary.
• To co-operate with other members of staff, sharing information, ideas and expertise.
Key responsibilities – Pastoral
• All staff are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner at all times and to support and
foster the vision and values of the School.
• Comply with statutory requirements for example the Health and Safety at Work Act and the Data
Protection Act and School policies and procedures in this regard.
• Safeguarding and compliance with our Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy and procedures.
• Maintain positive and effective communication with all members of the Port Regis community
including pupils, staff, parents and Old Port Regians (OPRs); external users; the local community;
and outside agencies.
• Ensure the reflection of Port Regis’ values in all communications.
• Adhere to the school’s policies as contained in the Staff Handbook.
• Undertake other such duties as may reasonably be required from time to time.
• A commitment to promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children.
• Passion for sports and the benefits for all children.
• Motivated to work with young people, able to form and maintain appropriate rapport and emotional
• The ability to teach from ages 2-13.
• A good team player.
• Good interpersonal skills – the ability to communicate effectively with children, parents and other
members of staff.
• Flexibility – the ability to commit to working during evenings, weekends and school holidays.
• Good communication, organisational and time management skills and punctuality.
• Be willing to ‘go the extra mile’ and be flexible around the needs of the school.
• A kind, caring and cheerful nature.
• Adaptable and calm under pressure.
• Level 1 (or above) coaching qualification in netball, hockey, rugby, cricket, football and athletics.
• A willingness to get involved in our wider Sports Centre programme – teaching swimming,
lifeguarding, coaching gymnastics and holiday club programmes.
• Experience of coaching children aged 2-13.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Port Regis is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from a diverse
range of suitably qualified candidates, including candidates wishing to work flexibly and requiring
Please contact Jack Humphrey ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for details of how to apply. The closing
date for applications is 6 March 2024. Please read the Explanatory Note which contains details of our safer
recruitment vetting checks before applying.
Note: The post-holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young
persons, for whom they are responsible, or with whom they come into contact, will be to adhere to and
ensure compliance with the school’s Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy at all times. If, in the course
of carrying out the role, the post-holder becomes aware of any actual or potential risks to the safety or
welfare of children in the school, they must report any concerns to the school’s Designated Safeguarding
Lead or to the Headmaster.