KICK is run by a dedicated team of Staff, Trustees and Volunteers. We’re always looking for excellent people to join us.

We also regularly have opportunities for interns and work experience students to join our staff team. These are short term opportunities for you to help us, while we help you to learn coaching and other skills needed to work with young people.

Current Jobs

KICK coaches/mentors



Various – London, Essex, Midlands and Cambridge 

An exciting opportunity to deliver quality sports sessions and/or mentoring within our schools on a weekly basis. The Coach/Mentor will be passionate about embedding values within each session and be committed to our mission, to transform young peoples lives with Gods love, through sport and support. 


  • Be passionate about delivering sessions of a high quality.
  • Have an understanding of the issues that young people face.
  • Engage well with children and young people with the ability to inspire and motivate.
  • Have an understanding of assessment and development for both classes and individual children depending on the service delivered.
  • Use sport as a tool to embed life skills/values within each session.
  • Be committed and excited by the mission of KICK to,  “Transform young people’s lives, with God’s love, through sport and support”.

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KICK Mentor Job Description

KICK Coaching Role Job Description

KICK Branch Manager

Main Work base:


The Branch Manager will champion excellent relationship management of schools, church-based KICK Academies and key partners to build the work of KICK within the Midlands whilst also managing a small team of coaches.. The role will also include some delivery and therefore will deliver either coaching, mentoring or chaplaincy within a school environment


  • Have excellent relationship management skills in order to manage both schools and church based KICK Academies.
  • Have full line management of a small team of coaches and mentors within the Midlands.
  • Ability to pitching KICK’s services to Schools, Churches and Community Groups when required under the authority of the Regional Director.
  • Establish and run quality PE, Dance or Mentoring sessions within a school environment.

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KICK Branch Manager Job Description

school chaplain 




An exciting opportunity to deliver KICK Schools based Chaplaincy working with, but not limited to, students, senior staff, local churches, local diocese, and community projects. It is a dynamic role including a range of responsibilities from providing pastoral care, preparing collective worship and providing inclusivity for all the role serves.     


  • Develop relationships with schools and other sections of the community.
  • Have the ability to deliver and develop mentoring sessions.
  • Be confident in sharing the Gospel with a range of audiences.
  • Support and grow the spiritual atmosphere of the school in line with the school’s mission.
    • Be committed and excited by the mission of KICK to,  “Transform young people’s lives, with God’s love, through sport and support”.

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KICK Chaplain Job Description

How to Apply

Please submit your CV and covering letter to Your covering letter should include the following areas, and should be written with the job description and person specification in mind.


1. Why KICK?

a. Tell us what has attracted you to KICK?
b. Please include your passion for working with young people and how you have shown compassion for young people within your current experience.
c. How have you shown excellence within your previous experience of sports, dance or mentoring?
d. How have you incorporated appropriate values in to your coaching? If so, please share the outcomes you have seen.


2. Please tell us about your Christian experience. This is important as KICK is a Christian charity and the role involves sharing your faith.

a. How could your Christian faith be incorporated in to sports coaching?
b. Tell us how you are committed to a church (and other Christian groups’) activities.                        

3. How are you suited to leading and developing the work of KICK in an aspirational manner? Provide examples from previous experience.


4. What makes you stand out from others to make us bring you in for interview?


We look forward to hearing from you!