About Us Jobs Jobs CSC London Coordinator- vacancy (part time) Beginning in March Job Description Schools Tutors Volunteers Information Management Summer Tournaments General SCHOOLS fielding initial inquiries from teachers / parents / interested parties liaising with school staff to arrange and confirm details of chess programme presentations to groups of potential schools (meetings of Head Teachers etc) liaison with staff at existing schools TUTORS Field initial inquiries from potential tutors Meet / interview suitable candidates Guide appropriate candidates through the recruitment process (DBS checks; references; training; shadowing) Match successful candidates to appropriate vacant positions Provision of support and guidance - including visits to existing tutors Establishing standards required / ensuring they are reached Matching tutors to appropriate opportunities Arranging cover for short-term vacancies as they arise VOLUNTEERS Fielding inquiries from interested parties Meeting / interviewing suitable candidates Guide appropriate candidates through recruitment process Link volunteer with suitable tutor/chess programme Ongoing support and guidance INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Record and maintain accurate information for Schools, Tutors & Volunteers SUMMER TOURNAMENTS Identification of venues for tournaments in suitable boroughs Liaising with school staff to confirm date/time/size of event Arranging staffing and equipment GENERAL Out of hours working required on occasion evenings weekends extended working days Multi-site working required/visits to schools tutors interested parties libraries, community events & locations etc Seeking out / responding to contacts with/from community partners Engagement with funders other VIPs/facilitating visits to observe CSC chess programmes in action Applicants should send their CV's with a cover letter to [email protected] Chess Tutors Our innovative approach is to teach chess as a classroom subject in curriculum time. We aim to teach a whole year group at a school; sometimes more than one. As a tutor you will teach each class in a year group for an hour a week and possibly run a club before or after the lessons. During the lesson you will be supported by the class teacher or teaching assistant. We will provide a 30 week curriculum - 10 weeks a term with comprehensive lesson plans, worksheets and handouts. We also provide work books. We run regular training courses for tutors on teaching chess. Our tutors are currently active in 300 schools in 80 boroughs and regions across England and Wales. While it is important to have a basic knowledge of chess we have found that having classroom experience or the ability to work with children in a classroom setting is of great value. Enthusiasm and a passion for learning are essential. If you are interested please complete our tutor vacancies form. Please provide the names and contact details of two referees and their relationship to you. We will also expect you to attend one of our tutor training courses. Please do not hesitate to contact CSC Head Office if you require any further information.