NCS Programme Coordinator

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Sheffield United Community Foundation is seeking to employ an enthusiastic, charismatic and dedicated individual to join our successful NCS team. The newly appointed coordinator will be responsible for engaging and recruiting young people from around Sheffield to take part in NCS.

Please click here for the NCS Programme Coordinator full job description. For more information about the role please contact Joe Williamson at


High Level Summary:

Term: Full time – 35 hours – 12 month fixed term

Salary: £18,000 to £21,000 per annum

Start Date: As soon as possible

Closing Date: 22nd October 2021

Interviews: TBC


To apply, please complete the application form here and send it to

Please note that all suitable candidates will be subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS procedures. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please let us know if there are any alternative arrangements which need to be made to help you during your application and interview process.

Dependent on the level of applicants, we may close this vacancy earlier than dated so please submit your application as soon as possible.


About the role:

NCS is a government funded programme which aims to bring 15-17-year olds together from different backgrounds, embarking on a journey that builds life skills for work and life whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new people. During programme, the young people get the opportunity to take part in a range of outdoor activities as well as making a difference in their local community.

EFLT (English Football League Trust) are the regional provider who works with a number of delivery partners across Yorkshire and Humber as well as others across the country.

Sheffield United Community Foundation is a delivery partner who works closely with 10 schools/colleges across Sheffield in order to bring NCS to as many young people across the city as possible.

The candidate will be passionate about working with young people and have a desire to develop the skills of those young people. The candidate will have good knowledge of NCS and understanding of youth engagement and experience in either planning youth engagement programmes or recruiting.

We are open to a potential job share or part time arrangements for this role.


About Sheffield United Community Foundation:

Sheffield United Community Foundation is the official registered charity of Sheffield United Football Club, working in the areas of Participation & Inclusion, Education & Training, Health & Wellbeing, and NCS.


Our Mission:

Our goal is to build links between the football club and the community using the appeal of football and sport in general to encourage, motivate and inspire all individuals, regardless of background, to achieve their potential.

The community programmes are aimed at strengthening self-esteem, developing personal skills, promoting health and wellbeing, improving academic achievement and generally empowering people in the local area.