Coaching Position


Posted: 26th October 2014

WANT TO BE PART OF A GREAT TEAM?
WE HAVE FIGURE SKATING COACH OPPORTUNITIES IN MILTON KEYNES...

ISS Milton Keynes currently has vacancies for full time, self-employed ice skating coaches operating at the newly refurbished Planet Ice rink in Milton Keynes. We are looking for coaches who are reliable, highly motivated and enthusiastic and want to be part of a great team.

Coaches must meet the following criteria:

• Minimum NISA Level 2 up to date Coaching Licence.
• Extensive knowledge of the structure of Figure Skating.
• Energetic, enthusiastic and a team player.
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
• Committed to enhancing and promoting the Schoolʼs philosophies and brand.

International School of Skating has been operating in ice rinks around the UK for many years and we are proud to have coached skaters to National, International, World class and Olympic competitive levels as well as organising skating camps both in the UK and International locations. We pride ourselves on the relationships our coaches build to work in close collaboration with one another,
maximising learning opportunities and skill development.

If this sounds like a team you would like to join, then get in touch!

Please Contact Yuri Bureiko and Vicky Ogden for
more information.

Email: ISSMK@OUTLOOK.COM

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