RECRUITMENT: WWSET Community Health & Wellbeing Activator and Education Support Officer – News

Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust (WWSET), the charitable arm of the Wycombe Wanderers Football Club, is looking for two enthusiastic and innovative young people, aged 18 to 24, to fill the roles of Community Health & Wellbeing Activator and Education Support Officer ‘.

The Community Health & Wellbeing Activator will play a leading role in maximizing WWSET’s health and wellness offerings by being responsible for supporting the WWSET Health Officer in the design, development, management and implementation of many existing and new health programs / activities.

The ‘Education Support Officer’ will be involved in WWSET’s engagement with local schools providing high quality physical education, physical activity and school sport services alongside our dedicated teachers and coaches to full-time.

Both positions are a paid job and an opportunity to gain valuable and transferable skills and experience in the health and wellness and sports and education sectors respectively. You will be supported throughout your personal development with additional training and mentoring, which will help you create pathways to further employment or education after the placement.

The Community Health & Wellbeing Activator will be based in Adams Park, home of Wycombe Wanderers FC, and the internship will last 30 hours per week over a period of 39 weeks. The “Education Support Officer” will be based at various local schools throughout the week as well as Development Days in Adams Park and placement will be 25 hours per week for a 26 week period.

WWSET is a thriving charity that exists to educate, motivate and inspire the local community using the power of sport and the Wycombe Wanderers Football Club brand and they recognize that employing talented and dedicated staff is essential if they are to continue to increase their range of programs, increasing their solid reputation and maximizing the positive impact they have within High Wycombe and surrounding areas.

If you are interested in any of these roles, please click HERE which will take you to the full vacancies.

For the ‘Community Health & Wellbeing Activator’ you can express your interest through the National Citizen Service website by clicking onHERE and WWSET will then be notified and will contact you for further information.

For theEducation Support Officer ‘you can express your interest by sending a CV and a short cover letter to our Education Officer, Mark Guildea at mark.guildea@wwfc.com.