Community Partnership Continues With JAMES Project And Bradford Park Avenue

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The JAMES project are delighted to announce that the National League Trust have approved a further year of funding for a part- time community sports coach. Over the last 3 years the James project , a charity based in Frizzinghall, Bradford successfully secured funding to deliver a range of community projects in South Braford and the wider community. The partnership has seen the delivery of a range of community projects, that includes, school breakfast & after school clubs, football tournaments, hostel football, holiday camps and outreach youth engagement programmes.

Mandy Lakes , Operations Manager said ‘We are extremely proud that our partnership with Bradford Park Avenue Community Football club has been a tremendous success and to secure further funding will see more projects to be delivered which will make a difference to many residents and young people.’

Jayne¬†Spencer , Community & Operations Manager said ‘ We are absolutely thrilled that the National League Trust recognises the difference the club are making within our community. This funding will allow us to recruit a new member of the team and continue to work in partnership with JAMES.

Please see below further details on the Community Sports Coach vacancy:

Community Sports Coach – Job Advert

Community Sports Coach – Job Description

Community Sports Coach – Personal Specification

Community Sports Coach – Job Application Form