• GAA Healthy Clubs - Club recruitment is now open!

Official Tyrone GAA Website

Games Promotion Officer and Hurling Development Officer Job Offers

October 22nd, 2021

Tyrone GAA Coaching are offering two Coaching Roles within the County and hoping to employ  a Hurling Development Officer as well as a Games Development Officer. Applications will close on the 5th November 2021. See Full details below

The Games Promotion Officer (GPO) working with the Games Development Manager will be expected to deliver a co-ordinated games development and games promotion programme to Primary Schools and to Clubs in the Mid-Ulster Council catchment region within County Tyrone.

Hours: 37.5 per week (incl. evenings and weekends) Salary: TBC Starting Date: TBC

Duration of Post: 6 months (with a possible extension)

Applicants must possess, at the time of application:

• GAA Level 1 Coaching Award in Football

• At least three years’ experience of coaching children in a school or club within the last five years

• The ability to plan and deliver Football/Hurling sessions at a level suitable to the participating group

• Proven ability to work independently

• Excellent administration and organisational skills

• Excellent IT skills

• Excellent timekeeper and of a reliable nature

• Full driving licence and access to transport

 

Preference may be given to applicants with:

• A degree (or equivalent third-level qualification) in Physical Education / Sports Development or any other discipline relevant to the post

• GAA Level 2 Coaching Award

• Coaching experience with County Academy Squads

• Experience of devising and implementing initiatives for Club Development Programmes

 

Applicants should send a CV to Brian Laverty, Tyrone GAA Centre, 230 Radergan Rd, Garvaghey,  BT70 2EH.

The closing date for applications is; Friday 5th November at 5pm

(Applications after this date will not be considered)

Interviews and practical assessments are likely to be held in the week commencing; Monday 8th November

All positions involving working in educational establishments are subject to the provisions of the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults (NI) Order 2003; as such, applicants are asked to comply to undertake an AccessNI check, if successful.

The Tyrone GAA is an equal opportunities employer and applications are welcome from all persons regardless of community background, gender, age, race or disability.

 

The Hurling Development Officer (HDO) working with the Games Development Manager will be expected to deliver a co-ordinated games development and games promotion programme to Primary Schools, clubs and assist with Talent Academy.

 

Hours: 37.5 per week (incl. evenings and weekends) Salary: TBC Starting Date: TBC

Duration of Post: 6 months (with a possible extension)

Applicants must possess:

Ø Hurling foundation award

Ø The ability to plan and deliver hurling sessions at a level suitable to the participating group

Ø Proven ability to work independently

Ø Excellent administration skills

Ø Excellent organisational skills

Ø Excellent IT skills

Ø Excellent timekeeper and of a reliable nature

Ø Full driving licence and access to transport

Ø Three years coaching experience at Club level

Ø Experience of schools coaching is preferable

Preference may be given to applicants with:

• A degree (or equivalent third-level qualification) in Physical Education / Sports Development or any other discipline relevant to the post

• GAA Level 2 Coaching Award

• Coaching experience with County Academy Squads

• Experience of devising and implementing initiatives for Club Development Programmes

 

Applicants to send a CV to Brian Laverty, Tyrone GAA Centre, 230 Radergan Rd, Garvaghey, Ballygawley BT70 2EH.

The closing date for applications is; Friday 5th November at 5pm

(Applications after this date will not be considered)

Interviews and practical assessments are likely to be held in the week commencing; Monday 8th November

All positions involving working in educational establishments are subject to the provisions of the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults (NI) Order 2003; as such, applicants are asked to comply to undertake an AccessNI check, if successful.

The Tyrone GAA is an equal opportunities employer and applications are welcome from all persons regardless of community background, gender, age, race or disability.