Working at S&C

Would you like to work together with fellow students in a relaxing environment? We may have a job for you at the Unit Sports & Culture! Interested? Have a look at the vacancies or write an open application to hr-sc@tudelft.nl.

Vacancy Head trainer Swimming

The Unit Sports & Culture of the TU Delft is looking for a head trainer that can start immediately at DSZ WAVE.

DSZ WAVE is a student water polo- and swimming- and triathlon association for all students in Delft. DSZ WAVE has almost 300 members of which a large group can be found at the swimming pool every week. Fun and achievements go hand in hand at DSZ WAVE, next to trainings there are lots of activities organised outside of the pool. DSZ WAVE wants everyone to be able to sport with us at the association, so attention is paid to the beginners as well as the more experienced ones.

The swimming team of DSZ WAVE consists of a couple of trainers with a diploma and volunteers who enthusiastically give the trainings. Each week, five swimming practices are given, one each night from Monday till Friday. Four times a year the association competes in the NSZK, which is the Dutch student swimming competition. Here DSZ WAVE competes with the 10 other student swimming associations of the Netherlands, and the association mostly competes for a podium place. Are you the person who can motivate and assist DSZ WAVE? Then we are looking for you to train them.

The goal of Unit Sports & Culture is to create added value for the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of the TU Delft. Together with around 50 student organisations, hundreds of teachers and trainers (mainly part-time), and many other people inside and outside the university, S&C offers a varied and dynamic programme in which some 13,000 students and staff participate each year.

The TU Delft is the home sponsor of DSZ WAVE and is the principal of all the trainers of associations of the TU Delft. The accommodation and the trainers, as well as other material costs, are sponsored by the TU Delft.

Primary tasks:

·         Give training to swimmers;

·         Provide the swimmers with feedback;

·         Make training schedules;

·         Coach the swimmers

DSZ WAVE is looking for a trainer who can give two trainings per week. The competitions are held on Saturdays.

We offer:

·         Excellent facilities, provided by Unit Sports of the TU Delft;

·         A work employment contract for a fixed term with employment agency Unique, on the basis of which the role as an instructor for S&C can be fulfilled. There is also a possibility to work as a self-employed contractor (zzp’er) according a set contract for deployment.

We require:

·         Affinity with students;

·         Enthusiasm, flexibility and ambition;

·         Understanding of and experience in swimming or demonstrable experience;

·         A good command of Dutch and English.

If you are interested or if you would like to receive more information, please contact Gerda van Mook, swimming commissioner at zwemcommissaris@dsz-wave.nl.

More information about Unit Sports & Culture can be found on the website: www.sc.tudelft.nl. For more information about DSZ WAVE, please see: www.dsz-wave.nl.

Vacancy Water polo trainer/coach DSZ WAVE

The Sports & Culture at TU Delft is DSZ WAVE looking for a water polo head trainer/coach for next season.

DSZ WAVE is the student water polo, swimming and triathlon association for studying Delft. DSZ WAVE has nearly 300 members, many of which can be found in the pool every week. Fun and performance go hand in hand at DSZ WAVE; they organize all sorts of activities regularly. DSZ WAVE wants everyone to be welcome, so attention is paid to the beginners as well as the more experienced ones.

The water polo department consists of three men's teams and next season hopefully a women's team as well. Flagship WAVE 1 is currently playing in the first class district, with a large chance of being promoted to the third class League (Bond). WAVE 2 plays third class district and WAVE 3, who have started last year plays in the fifth class district. The associations student’s are all fanatic students who all strive for good balance between performance and conviviality. In order to perform well, they train three times a week. In addition to these sports performances attention is also paid to the sociability, as the students can be found in the bar after training and they see each other in many activities of the association.

DSZ WAVE is looking for an enthusiastic water polo trainer/coach who could train WAVE 1 and WAVE 2 for three hours a week and possibly coach them on Saturdays. Are you the person with game insight, and the ability to motivate anyone? Then we are looking for you to train them.

The goal of Unit Sports & Culture is to create added value for the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of the TU Delft. Together with around 50 student organisations, hundreds of teachers and trainers (mainly part-time), and many other people inside and outside the university, S&C offers a varied and dynamic programme in which some 13,000 students and staff participate each year.

The TU Delft is the home sponsor of DSZ WAVE and is the principal of all the trainers of the TU Delft . The accommodation and the trainers, as well as other material costs, are sponsored by TU Delft.

Primary tasks:

 

  •          Give training to WAVE 1 and WAVE 2;
  •         Make training schedules;
  •          Eventually train the two teams.

 

We offer:

  • Excellent facilities, provided by the Unit Sports at the TU Delft;
  • A work employment contract for a fixed term with employment agency Unique, on the basis of which the role as an instructor for S&C can be fulfilled. There is also a possibility to work as a self-employed contractor (zzp’er) according a set contract for deployment.

We require:

 

  • Affinity with students;
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility and ambition;
  • Understanding of, and experience in water polo;
  • A good command of English.

If you are interested or if you would like to receive more information, please contact Sal Menkveld via voorzitter@dsz-wave.nl.

Information about Sports & Culture can be found on the website: sc.tudelft.nl. For more information about DSZ WAVE visit: www.dsz-wave.nl.

Vacancy Epee fencing trainer DFC

TU Delft's Unit Sports & Culture (S&C) is looking for a épée fencing trainer at Delft Fencing Club (DFC) for the second half of academic year 2017-2018.

DFC is a student fencing club of the TU Delft, existing of  fifty members. The association offers courses with two weapons: épée and sabre. The beginners’ course focusses primarily on épée, but beginners interested in sabre are supported as well. The beginners course is usually given by the épée coach. The advanced épée fencing group consists of around thirty people, with about fifteen members participating each training.  Are you the person who can motivate and assist the épée fencers at DFC, and lead a training for both beginners and advanced fencers? Then we are looking for you to train them.

The goal of S&C is to create added value for the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of the TU Delft. Together with around 50 student organisations, hundreds of teachers and trainers (mainly part-time), and many other people inside and outside the university, S&C offers a varied and dynamic programme in which some 13,000 students and staff participate each year.

The TU Delft is the home sponsor of DFC. The accommodation and the trainers, as well as material costs, are sponsored by TU Delft.

Primary tasks:

  • Providing individual and group lessons to the épée fencers of DFC;
  • Leading the fencing beginners course;
  • Teaching fencing techniques, tactics and footwork;
  • Teaching basic knowledge of épée fencing rules.

DFC has two training days per week: Tuesday and Friday. Every Tuesday, there is a training of one and a half hours. On Friday evenings, there is a beginners’ course of one hour, followed by a combined beginners’ and advanced warm-up and footwork of half an hour, and lastly a one hour of advanced training.

We offer:

  • Excellent facilities, provided by Unit Sports at the TU Delft;
  • An work employment contract for a fixed term with employment agency Unique, on the basis of which the role as an instructor for S&C can be fulfilled. There is also a possibility to work as a self-employed contractor (zzp’er) according a set contract for deployment.

We require:

  • Affinity with students;
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility and ambition;
  • Understanding of and experience in épée fencing (with trainers’ licence or demonstrable experience);
  • A good command of English and Dutch.

If you are interested or if you would like to receive more information, please contact Noel Weber, chairperson, before 6 March 2018 via bestuur@delftfencingclub.com

Information about Unit Sports & Culture can be found on the website: www.tudelft.nl/sc. For more information about DFC, please see: www.delftfencingclub.com. 

Vacancy Sabre fencing trainer DFC

TU Delft's Unit Sports & Culture (S&C) is looking for a sabre fencing trainer at Delft Fencing Club (DFC) for the second half of academic year 2017-2018.

DFC is a student fencing club of the TU Delft, existing of  fifty members. The association offers courses with two weapons: épée and sabre. The beginners’ course focusses primarily on épée, but beginners interested in sabre are supported as well. The beginners’ course is usually given by the épée coach. The sabre fencing group consists of around fifteen people, with ten to twelve members participating each training. Are you the person who can motivate and assist the sabre fencers at DFC? Then we are looking for you to train them.

The goal of S&C is to create added value for the university as a whole by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of the TU Delft. Together with around 50 student organisations, hundreds of teachers and trainers (mainly part-time), and many other people inside and outside the university, S&C offers a varied and dynamic programme in which some 13,000 students and staff participate each year.

The TU Delft is the home sponsor of DFC. The accommodation and the trainers, as well as material costs, are sponsored by TU Delft.

Primary tasks:

  • Providing individual and group lessons to the sabre fencers of DFC;
  • Teaching fencing techniques, tactics and footwork;
  • Teaching basic knowledge of sabre fencing rules.

DFC has one training of one and a half hours per week, on Tuesday or Friday evening.

We offer:

  • Excellent facilities, provided by Unit Sports at the TU Delft;
  • An work employment contract for a fixed term with employment agency Unique, on the basis of which the role as an instructor for S&C can be fulfilled. There is also a possibility to work as a self-employed contractor (zzp’er) according a set contract for deployment.

We require:

  • Affinity with students;
  • Enthusiasm, flexibility and ambition;
  • Understanding of and experience in sabre fencing (with trainers’ licence or demonstrable experience);
  • A good command of English and Dutch.

If you are interested or if you would like to receive more information, please contact Noel Weber, chairperson, before 6 March 2018 via bestuur@delftfencingclub.com.  

Information about Unit Sports & Culture can be found on the website: www.tudelft.nl/sc. For more information about DFC, please see: www.delftfencingclub.com. 

Vacancy Student Program Employee Sports & Culture

Education & Student Affairs

The Education and Student Affairs Directorate supports the education at the TU Delft with education administration, education policies, student counseling, support for foreign students, PHD students and employees, sports, culture, didactic training for teachers and general advice. The Education and Student Affairs Directorate consists of the Shared Service Center, which includes the education administration, the Central International Office, the Student and Teacher Services Department and the Sport and Culture Unit. The Directorate consists of roughly 200 employees.

Unit Sports & Culture

The Unit Sports & Culture (S&C) is responsible for the development, programming and implementation of TU Delft's sports and cultural policy. S&C consists of three units: Sports, Culture and Events. In addition, three departments (Communication, Services Planning and Support and Catering) provide expertise to support these units.

Thanks to the help of some 50 student organisations, hundreds of teaching staff (most of whom part-time) and trainers, S&C is able to provide an attractive programme of activities in which some 13,500 students and staff members participate each year. The primary goal of S&C is to provide added value to the university experience by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of TU Delft cultural student associations.

S&C-employees are characterized by their strong ambition to contribute to and participate in the personal development of others in general and students in particular. They are also on the lookout for their own personal development and have a well-developed learning ability.

Unit Sports

The Unit Sports is responsible for the development of sports policy and the realisation of the sports programme. Every day, a range of training programmes, courses and lessons are offered in body & mind, dance, martial arts and defence, adventure sports and fitness. The Unit Sports is also ‘home’ to almost 40 student sports associations. The Sports team consists of 3 permanent staff members, 1 student employee and 15 students who man the service desk.

Unit Culture

The Unit Culture is responsible for the development of the cultural policy and the realisation of the cultural programme. The Unit provides various courses in Art, Dance, Music, Media, Body & Mind and Theatre and continuously strives to innovate and develop new products. The Unit Culture is also the home base of various cultural student associations. The Culture team consists of 4 permanent staff members, 2 student employees, 15 students who man the service desk and over 50 freelance teachers.

Job Description

As a Student Program Employee Sports or Culture within S&C, you will enter a fascinating and international work environment with motivated students and employees. Together with your colleagues, you are responsible for the development and implementation of the sports or cultural policy in line with the mission and vision of S&C. You take care of the organisation, realisation and progress of sports or cultural projects. These events can cover a broad range of cultural disciplines, which comes in different forms like workshops or expositions. The form and subject of these activities is for the most part in the hands of the Student Program Employee.  

In addition, you advise fellow programmers regarding the realisation of the complete programme. You will also act as a point of contact for various parties, students (society board members), teachers, faculties and other (external) stakeholders, both during the preparation of the activities and the activities themselves. Although your activities often take place during the day, you are also regularly available during the evenings when the programme is being carried out.

 

Requirements

•      You are a student or recently graduated;

•      You are able to operate independently and make your own decisions within the given tasks;

•      You are creative, but also active, involved, flexible, customer-friendly and a real team player;

•      You have a proactive and customer-oriented approach and excellent problem-solving skills;

•      You have an open attitude and are very interested in other cultures;

•      You are following current developments in our society;

•      You have organizational experience and have excellent communication skills;

•      Affinity with the programme of activities offered by Unit Sports & Culture;

•      TU Delft is an international organization. You have a good command of the English language, both in speech and writing;

•      You are available to put at least 10 hours per week into the organisation of various projects or events.


Conditions of Employment

The function is available immediately and consists of approximately ten hours a week for a period of six months, which can be extended to one year. The salary is set at approximately € 11.- per hour and will be paid by the StuD Employment Agency. In addition, S&C has an attractive package of secondary working conditions, such as a free sports card (including fitness) and you have the option of getting a subscription to freely rent a room at the Unit Culture to play for 2 hours a day for individual use. If available and once per academic year, you can participate freely in a quarter-long group course at the discretion of the Unit Culture. In addition, as a S&C employee, you can get a meal at the Cafe of S&C or the Hub at a reduced price.

Information and Application

For more information about the vacancy of Student Program Employee Culture, please contact Emily Fenton, Programme Officer, via e-mail: e.a.fenton@tudelft.nl.

For more information about the vacancy of Student Program Employee Sports, please contact Niels Hemelaar, Manager Sports, via e-mail: N.W.Hemelaar@tudelft.nl

If you would like to apply for one, or both of these jobs, send your application letter, with curriculum vitae, by 1 March 2018 to the e-mail address mentioned above. Please refer to: Application Student Programme Officer Unit Sports & Culture.