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Intra-mural Netball League Umpires and 6-a-Side Football League Referees

Location:
Midlands - East
31 Aug 2021
30 Sep 2021
Job Description
Job Title:
 
Intra-mural Netball League Umpires
 
Job Description:
 
To officiate at TD intra-mural netball games on a weekly basis and ensure participant/attendance registers are completed for all matches

Candidates Skills and Requirements:

Ideally, to have netball umpire level C qualification but we will consider individuals without, if they can demonstrate relevant experience of umpiring the game.

Applicants must be familiar with the respective rules of the game and current netball England covid-19 guidance.

Current Student at the University of Derby

Working Hours and Length of Contract:

Required Thursday afternoons – 4pm to 7pm from mid-October - 15th October - April 2022

Rate of Pay:
 
£9.05 per hour 
 
Job Title:
 
6- a-Side Football League Referees
 
Job Description:
 
To referee Team Derby’s 6-a-side football league games on a weekly basis and ensure participant/attendance registers are completed for all matches.
To have completed a basic FA referee training qualification and relevant experience of refereeing 11 and 6 sided games.

(We may consider individuals without a qualification if they can demonstrate significant experience of refereeing competitive games).

Must have full understanding of the Laws of the Game and knowledge of the FA’s current covid-19 guidance

Current Student at the University of Derby

Working Hours and Length of Contract:

Must be able to work Friday afternoons between 3 – 6.30pm (or part thereof) during term 1 starting the 1st or 8th October - April 2022

Rate of Pay:
 
£9.05 per hour

To apply for any of the roles : Candidates should contact Kate Nelson via email  - k.nelson@derby.ac.uk - with details of your referee/umpiring qualifications and experience, plus a copy of your CV.

Please can you also confirm your availability to work on the dates as outlined for each role.

Closing date - 30 September 2021
 
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