Careers and Work Experience

As a registered charity, the Community Trust works in close conjunction with Plymouth Argyle Football Club, aiming to be the best and ensure the quality of our behind-the-scenes team sets us apart from the competition. Our people are committed to the success of the Trust, working across several sectors where sport has proven to be the ideal tool for creating lasting engagement with individuals and groups.

We offer a unique and exciting working environment, excellent training, with recognition and rewards for the part each individual plays. Offering opportunities for full time, part time and voluntary roles our permanent and temporary positions include: Education, Coaching, Charity, HospitalityFacilities ManagementCorporate ServicesCommercial Services and Media.

This season sees a series of new opportunities become available at Argyle’s Community Trust and we are excited to invite motivated and passionate individuals to come forward and become part of the team.

NCS TEAM LEADER

Seasonal job opportunity.

Argyle Community Trust NCS Team Leader (TL) is responsible for the overall running of the programme, the management of assistant team leader and volunteers, and the pastoral care and development of young people aged 16-17 from a wide variety of backgrounds. The TL is supported with behaviour management by the Assistant Team Leader (ATL) during the delivery of the residential parts of our programme.

This role is suitable for an exceptional people manager with significant experience of working with young people.

The Team Leader will:

Act as the face of the programme to all staff and participants
Manage up to 15 staff throughout the programme to ensure the highest quality facilitation and pastoral care for all participants (including support and development)
Manage timings and processes to ensure the programme runs to schedule
Work closely with core staff to ensure effective delivery of the programme including its curriculum of activities.
Work residentially during the NCS Phase 1 and Phase 2 elements of the programme and Non Residentially during Phase 3 and 4.
Participate alongside our young people on a variety of outdoor activities, for example, rock climbing or kayaking during Phases 1 and 2.

All meals and accommodation are provided during Phase 1 and 2 but no meals are provided during Phases 3 and 4.

During the residential parts of the programme the Team Leader is the lead on the safety and engagement of all young people. For this reason, you should be prepared for long working hours.

Work Experience with Argyle Community Trust

Procedure of applying:

  • Download application form from website from here…Work Experience Application Form
  • Complete and send over to community@pafc.co.uk with supporting letter including why you want to do your work experience with the Community Trust and why you think you would benefit from the experience.
  • State what week you are looking to undertake work experience with us during the year