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Vacancy Head coach first men’s team D.S.H.C. (Delftsche Student Hockey Club) at X TU Delft

TU Delft Technical University Delft (TU Delft) is a versatile university which provides education and does research of an internationally acknowledged level in the area of technical sciences. Education, research and designs are geared to societal applicability. TU Delft develops technologies for future generations with a focus on sustainability, safety and economic vitality. At TU Delft, you work in an environment where technical sciences and the society meet. TU Delft consists of eight faculties, university corporate services, unique laboratories, research institutes and schools. Education & Student Affairs (ESA) Education & Student Affairs (ESA) provides educational support in the form of education and student administration, coordinating education policies, supporting and supervising (international) students and PhD candidates, providing training in teaching and other areas, offering educational advice and support, and organising sports and cultural activities. ESA comprises the Education Service Centre, Academic Services, the Extension School and X, with a total of approximately 250 staff. ESA is known within TU Delft for the high quality of its service, and has a proactive and solution-oriented culture. X X is a place on campus where you can develop the talents that you don't necessarily need for an academic education, but which are nevertheless invaluable throughout your life. X focuses on the needs of young people and has plenty to offer, ranging from courses, ticket hours, events and projects to, for example, independent use of the student kitchen and living room, or the chance to launch your own activities and/or programming. X comprises three departments; Products, Systems and Communication, which jointly enable all that X has to offer. The major themes that underpin the programming at X are lifestyle, reflection, sports, games, arts and crafts. The primary aim of X is to stimulate and facilitate the personal development of students and their connection with the academic community at TU Delft. Thanks to the help of some 50 student organisations, hundreds of teaching staff (most of whom are part time) and trainers, X is able to provide an attractive programme of activities in which some 13,500 students and staff members participate each year. Members of staff at X are characterised by their strong ambition to contribute to and participate in the personal growth of people in general and students in particular. They are also committed to their own personal development and they have a strong capacity to learn. D.S.H.C. (Delftsche Studenten Hockey Club) D.S.H.C. is one of the three oldest hockey clubs of The Netherlands. The hockey club is founded in 1898 in collaboration with the KNHB (the National Dutch Hockey Federation). D.S.H.C. is a subdivision of the Delftsch Studenten Corps and has about 350 active members who are all students. They are divided over 11 men teams and 7 women teams. The TU Delft is the home sponsor of D.S.H.C. and the employer of all the trainers of associations. The accommodation and the trainers, as well as other material costs, are facilitated by TU Delft. Job description As a head coach of the first men’s team you’ll be working in a fascinating and international work environment with motivated students and employees. All players of the association combine sports with their student life, where much importance is attributed to the balance between the two. As a head coach, you’ll be training the team on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and you’ll coach them every Sunday. The team will, depending on the results this season, be playing in the ‘1e klasse’. Job requirements You have: · affinity with students; · good knowledge of and experience in field hockey (you have a trainers license HT2 or provable experience); · a well-developed empathy and a great sense of involvement with the target groups of X; · a good understanding of the Dutch or English language. You are: · a team player and are interested in other cultures; · Enthusiastic and flexible. Information and application Please contact Marten de Vries by sending an email to Send your motivation and your ‘Hockey CV’ to the aforementioned email address before 26 April. For more information about X TU Delft, visit . For more information about D.S.H.C. visit or . .