Join the team!
The Harlequins Foundation passionately believe in the principle that everyone should have the opportunity to build the essential skills, experience and aspirations to succeed in the 21st century. As a result, we design, develop and deliver a range of programmes that meet the needs of our beneficiaries, with a specific focus on those most vulnerable in society.
Why not come and join our team to help make a difference!
Please see our list of open vacancies below.
To apply for any of our roles, you must fill out an application form, which you can download below, and send it along with a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to email@example.com.
More information can be found in the vacancy-specific information packs.
Vacancy: Harlequins Foundation Tutor
The Harlequins Foundation wish to appoint a Tutor to motivate, teach, assess and progress young people to achieve their identified outcomes and qualifications, within the agreed timeframes, across a number of education and training programmes, including:
- Sports Coaching Apprenticeships.
- Engage (targeted NEET provision).
- Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching and Development.
The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring all delivery practices meet the requirement of both internal and external quality and compliance frameworks. They will be expected to provide excellent service and contribute to building long-term relationships with employers and other key stakeholders, including local colleges, Job Centre Plus and Harlequin F.C.
For more information download the full information pack.
Vacancy: Ahead of The Game Coach
The Harlequins Foundation wish to appoint Ahead of the Game Coaches to upscale our delivery and have greater impact in our communities. Ahead of the Game Coaches will deliver mental health workshops to parents, coaches, and adolescent boys. The workshops are designed and made by our partner Movember and underpinned by subject matter expert input and research by the University of Wollongong.
Ahead of the Game Coaches will be expected to deliver workshops to community rugby clubs in our local communities. There may also be an opportunity to deliver further afield if needed.
You will be expected to deliver separate 1-hour workshops to community rugby coaches, parents and players aged 13 – 18 years old. You will need strong presentation and interpersonal skills. There may also be some expectation to manage relationships within these clubs.
This programme is delivered during evenings and weekends.