Join the team

If you are interested in helping our community to get more active, then we would love for you to get involved.

About

UoM Sport supports the University of Manchester community get more active.

We have a range of paid and voluntary opportunities to contribute to the health and wellbeing of everyone at Manchester.  There are opportunities to get involved with all year round.

The university advertises roles on the main university jobs page in addition to information on our site with further information on how to apply.

Current roles

Casual Sports Centre Assistant (£10.08ph)

UoM Sport Operations are seeking interested candidates for casual work at the Armitage Sports Centre on the Fallowfield Campus.

You must be experienced in working in a busy sport / leisure facility and hold a current NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in sport, leisure or recreation studies.

Interested candidates should send a current CV and covering expression of interest letter to armitagecentre@manchester.ac.uk.

Casual Fitness Instructor (£10.08ph)

UoM Sport Operations are seeking interested candidates for casual work at the Armitage Sports Centre on the Fallowfield Campus.
You must be experienced in working in a busy sport / leisure / fitness facility and hold a current NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in Fitness Instruction. REPS/CIMSPA membership is also desirable.

Interested candidates should send a current CV and covering expression of interest letter to armitagecentre@manchester.ac.uk.

University Tennis Coordinator (up to 16hrs per week £10.08ph)

Applications Deadline extended until 15th January – UoM Sport are looking to recruit a University Tennis Coordinator (UTC) for up to 16 hours per week. This new role will work with the UoM Sport participation team to develop new tennis sessions and recreational league to increase participation. It will work directly with UoM social tennis club and team to oversee coaching, ensuring there is a consistent approach to delivery and development of players. Working with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and wider stakeholders the role will be responsible for overseeing the development of a full tennis pathway, as well as supporting workforce development opportunities.

You are only eligible to apply for this role if you are a current student, or have graduated in the past 18 months from the University of Manchester.

The deadline to apply for this role is 15th January, please submit your CV and a cover letter detailing how you meet the person specification (approximately 500 words) to andrew.ellison@manchester.ac.uk.

University Tennis Coordinator role description and person specification