The Manchester United Foundation works in some of the most disadvantaged areas across Greater Manchester, taking Manchester United to the heart of the community.
The Street Reds project uses the power of football to give young people an opportunity to pursue their interest in playing, leading, and coaching the game as well as supporting the participation in educational and diversionary activities.
These free sessions are aimed at young people aged 8 -18 and promote inclusivity, provide regular physical activity opportunities and the ability to feel valued as part of a group. Enriching the lives of those who might become isolated. The sessions assist in developing a range of soft skills, increasing social mobility through inter project tournaments, employment and volunteer opportunities.
The main responsibility of the role is to support the delivery of the Street Reds community programme through football coaching and youth engagement activities on evening projects.
Education and Qualifications
This role will be responsible to ensure that all service level agreement objectives with the special school are met and surpassed through strategic planning, excellence in delivery, strong working relationships, and continuous monitoring and evaluation.
Based in a partner high school full time, the main responsibility of this role will be to deliver Foundation programs that support the development of student’s educational behaviours, attendance and wellbeing.