Community Coach

Derby County Community Trust are looking to recruit an experienced and committed FA Level 2 coach to work within their Participation department. The role is full time and will include working 37.5 hours per week delivering high quality sessions as part of our schools’ programmes, Holiday Courses, Weekend Club and Talent Identification Programme, predominantly coaching children aged 4-11.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 27th June with interviews being held on 2nd or 3rd July.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter via email to [email protected].


Macmillan's Active Recovery Officer

The role of the Macmillan’s Active Recovery Officer is to develop and coordinate the Macmillan’s Active Recovery programme within Derby County Community Trust. The programme aims to help those living or affected by cancer through physical activity.

You will be expected work within local communities, in particularly BAME and lower socio economical communities, to engage community members delivering a behaviour change care pathway which will include raising awareness of the benefits of leading a healthier lifestyle.

In addition, you will support and empower local community members living with the consequences of cancer to take up the wider offer of the well-being service.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to [email protected] by 22nd June.

A full job description and person specification can be found below


Casual Coaches

Derby County Community Trust’s coaching department is looking for FA Football Level 1 and Level 2 coaches to support with their schools based and holiday coaching programmes. Opportunities will be available throughout May, June, July and August with the potential of further employment following these months. Work will be taken on a casual/sessional basis and will predominantly take place between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

Requirements for Casual Coach applicants

  • Minimum FA Level 1 coaching certificate
  • Up to date First Aid training
  • Up to date Safeguarding certificate
  • Previous experience coaching football

If you are interested in joining the DCCT Team please send your CV and covering letter to Richard Mansfield at [email protected]

NCS Graduate Volunteers

Are you interested in joining our NCS team this year?

Are you an NCS Graduate interested in sharing your experience and expertise with this summer’s NCS participants?

We are looking for NCS Graduates who would like to volunteer during the social action phase of this summer’s programme. As a Grad Volunteer, you will spend the two weeks of social action with a team – supporting, mentoring and helping them to deliver a really beneficial social action project.

For more information please see the Job Description below.

To apply please send a CV and covering letter, clearly stating the role you are applying for, to [email protected].



Work Experience

For all work experience enquiries please contact Natasha Kay on 01332 416140 or email [email protected]. Please be aware that there are limited spaces for work experience.

In your email application you should include:

  • Name
  • School/College/University you attend
  • Dates you require your placement
  • Any relevant qualifications or previous voluntary work.


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For all volunteering enquiries please contact Natasha Hallam on 01332 416140 or email [email protected].

Opportunities are available across the community trust specifically at our coaching clubs over the weekends and during the holidays. If there is any specific area you are looking to work in, let us know and we will try to place you.

In your email application you should include:

  • Name
  • Contact details
  • Dates you are looking to volunteer
  • Any relevant qualifications or previous experience.