Community Sports Training Internship

Northern India
Depending upon qualifications and experience
18 Jul 2017
17 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement as well as monitor and evaluate sports programs for youth running in different locations in India, specifically as part of the Kadam Badhate Chalo (KBC) program.
    • Planning and development of programs
    • Implement and lead sessions for different age groups
    • Mentor and monitor other coaches and trainers
  • Maintain good relations with all stakeholders and partners part of the project.
  • Document various sports programs, and prepare appropriate reports.
  • Logistics management relating to the program.

General Requirements:

  • Suitable experience and/or qualifications in sports coaching.
  • Open to learning on the job, as well as through in-house training programs.
  • To be flexible in your role to meet the requirements of your job.
  • To communicate effectively with other PSD staff, partner organisations as well as youth, teachers and other coaches.
  • Act as an ambassador to PSD at all times upholding the organisations standards.
  • Willingness to travel to various locations.

How to Apply:

Submit a copy of your resume alongside a covering letter which clearly outlines how your skills and experiences match the criteria set out in the personal specification via the ‘APPLY’ button.

About PSD:

Pro Sport Development (PSD) supports the development of grassroot sport by implementing sports programs in schools and communities, training coaches and PE teachers and managing grassroot sports programs. Learn more on

About KBC:

Kadam Badhate Chalo (KBC) is a youth-led programme to end violence against women. It develops and supports youth leadership among both boys and girls, providing them with tools of change which they can use to meet collective goals. In the process, these youth become agents of change. It emphasises partnerships between young boys and girls in communities, universities, schools, colleges to learn to come together and take action.

Working together to influence families, local communities, educational institutions, government, the judiciary, police, public transport systems, commercial establishments and public policy, these youth take collective steps to end violence against women.

For more information, please visit the following links: (Lots of links at the bottom of this page that open up into documents!)