UoM Sport


Campus Sport League Coordinators

Each year UoM Sport recruits energetic sports enthusiasts to assist the Recreational Sport Coordinator with running the Campus Sport programme for the academic year.

League coordinator positions are available in the following sports:

  • Netball x 2– Sugden Sports Centre, Tuesday & Wednesday (eve)
  • Rugby Armitage Centre, Sunday (eve)
  • Basketball -Sugden Sports Centre, Friday (eve)
  • Football x2 – Wythenshawe Sports Ground, Wednesday (afternoon)
  • Mixed Hockey – Armitage Centre, Sunday (eve)
  • Futsal – Sugden Sports Centre, Friday (eve)
  • Womens Football – Armitage Centre Thursday (eve)

The main responsibility of these roles is to manage and maintain the designated Campus Sport league on each of the fixture dates throughout the academic year as the representative from UoM Sport.

These roles are open to students of the University of Manchester and are paid ‘casual’ roles as per the UoM pay structure. Please note, these roles are not eligible for the Stellify award.

Applications can be made between 1st March and 30th April

If you would like this as your new challenge please tell us in no more than 500 words 'Why do you want to be Campus Sport Coordinator and what do you feel you could offer to the role.' And send this along with your CV.

Full details of the role along with job and person specifications can be found on the careers link website : http://www.careers.manchester.ac.uk/careerslink/ under the title ‘Campus Sport Coordinator’

Questions and applications should be sent via email to: Andrew.ellison@manchester.ac.uk

Campus Sport Team Captains and Organisers

With a number of teams in each of the activities which are included in the Campus Sport offer, there are many opportunities for individual who have played in these teams to become captains or organisers within the teams.

The roles of Team Captain and Team Organiser fall in the category of UoM Sport Leaders. This means that for those Undergraduate undertaking the roles that register their volunteering via the Sports Volunteer Scheme ;

a) Their hours will be recorded on HEAR

b) When they have logged 25 or more hours and complete a session of mandatory training ( usually the Club Captains meeting in October) then they will be eligible for the Step up to Lead stamp as part of the Stellify Award.

Team Captains and Team Organisers in the Campus League are appointed through being elected by the team which they will be serving.

To find out more contact: Andrew.ellison@manchester.ac.uk

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