Application for the Part Time Sports Trainers terms and Conditions

 

Saurashtra University, Rajkot

Walk - in - Interview

An application on plain paper invited for Part Time Sports Trainer / Part time Coaches for the tenure of 10 Month. The interested and eligible candidate are required to remain present before selection committee constituted for the purpose under Walk in Interview process. Following are service of for the Morning Session and / or Evening Session required from the candidates.

Sr. No

Name of the Sports and Games

Education Qualification and Experience

1

Gymnastics / Aerobics

1st choice

P.G. Diploma in Sports Coaching from any recognized Sports Institute or University by UGC

2nd choice

Participated at least two times at national level competitions in relevant sports or games and Bachelors / Masters in Physical Education any recognized Sports Institute or University by UGC

3rd choice

Masters in Physical Education with specialization of relevant sports and games any recognized Sports Institute or University by UGC or participation in national level competitions and / or six-week certificate coaching courses from recognized sports institute or universities or national level participation in particular games and sports.

2

Tennis

3

Rifle Shooting

4

Swimming

5

Volleyball

6

Athletics

7

Table Tennis

8

Football

9

Hockey

All the Selected / Shortlisted Part Time Sports Trainers and Part Time Sports Coaches will have to work under Director Physical Education, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. 

Other terms and conditions

  1. Emolument will be Rs. 8000/- per month for the part time service under Fit India Movement for the durations of 3 hours in morning and / or 3 hours in evening sessions for the period of 10 Month at Sardar Patel Sports Complex, Saurashtra university Rajkot.
  2. Selected candidates are not entitled for to receive any other allowances / facilities
  3. Performance will be reviewed for every three months, if anything adverse part time services will be terminated with immediate effect
  4. You shall not conduct or engage yourself in any private tuition or private coaching class in the campus
  5. You are required to give correct mailing address as soon as you join the duties and any change in the address given earlier should be communicated to the university authority
  6. If you are found absent continuously for more than ten days without prior written permission, your part time services shall stand terminated automatically.
  7. If you are found guilty of violation of any terms and conditions, you shall be liable for disciplinary action and punishment as decided by the University Authority
  8. You shall not claim to be a permanent employee of Saurashtra University at any time during the period of this part time services or after termination thereof, in any manner whatsoever.
  9. On termination of the part time services, for whatever cause / reason, you shall hand over the charge of your post to a duly authorized person after clearing all dues, books, apparatus, records and such other articles belonging to Saurashtra University as may be due from you. The University Authority shall issue necessary relieving / discharge certificate only after compliance of this requirement.
  10. After completion of ten months your part time services shall stand terminated automatically. 

Duties of a Sports Trainers and Coaches

                Several obligations or duties have been identified as absolute requirements for Sports Trainers and Coaches. These standards have evolved as a result of various case law proceedings and legal judgments against individuals and College / university. It is important that all Sports Trainers and Coaches, including assistants and volunteers, know and understand the following duties. This is the general duties of Sports Trainers and Coaches who are going for the WZ / NUG / National or International championships in India or abroad, not only P.E. Teacher, coach athletes, manager as well as Head of Delegation also have to follow some duties & responsibilities which are given to them by PES / BoS of Saurashtra University.

 1.           Duty to Plan – A Sports Trainers and Coaches must demonstrate awareness of the maturity, physical development and readiness of athletes with appropriate plans for instruction, conditioning and supervision. 

2.            Duty to Supervise – A Sports Trainers and Coaches must be physically present, provide competent instruction, structure practices that are appropriate for the age and maturity of players, prevent foreseeable injuries and respond to injury or trauma in an approved manner. This duty requires supervisors to make sure facilities are locked and that students are denied access when a competent staff member cannot be physically present to supervise. This duty may also require coaches to control reckless player behaviors. Supervision responsibility also pertains to Sports administrators DPE who are expected to be able to supervise Sports Trainers and Coaches competently. 

3.            Duty to Assess Athletes Readiness for Practice and Competition – Sports administrators, Sports Trainers and Coaches are required to assess the health and physical or maturational readiness skills and physical condition of athletes. A progression of skill development and conditioning improvement should be apparent from practice plans. Athletes must also be medically screened in accordance with state association regulations before participating in practice or competition. 

4.            Duty to Maintain Safe Playing Conditions – Sports Trainers and Coaches are considered trained professionals who possess a higher level of knowledge and skill that permits them to identify foreseeable causes of injury inherent in defective indoor and outdoor facilities or hazardous environments. 

5.            Duty to Provide Safe Equipment – Courts have held athletic supervisors responsible to improve unsafe environments repair or remove defective equipment or disallow athlete access. 

6.            Duty to Instruct Properly – Athletic / sports and games practices must be characterized by instruction that accounts for a logical sequence of fundamentals that lead to an enhanced progression of player knowledge, skill, and capability. 

7.            Duty to Match Athletes – Athletes should be matched with consideration for maturity skill, age, size and speed. To the degree possible, mismatches should be avoided in all categories. 

8.            Duty to Condition Properly – Practices must account for a progression of cardiovascular and musculoskeletal conditioning regimens that prepare athletes sequentially for more challenging practices and competitive activities. 

9.            Duty to Warn – Sports Trainers and Coaches are required to warn parents and athletes of unsafe practices specific to a sport and the potential for injury or death. This warning should be issued in writing and both athletes and parents should be required to provide written certification of their comprehension. 

10.          Duty to Ensure Athletes are Covered by Injury Insurance – sports administrators Sports Trainers and Coaches must screen athletes to ensure that family and/or insurance provides basic level of medical coverage. Athletes should not be allowed to participate without injury insurance. 

11.          Duty to Provide Emergency Care – Sports Trainers and Coaches are expected to be able to administer standard emergency care (first aid, CPR) in response to a range of traumatic injuries. 

12.          Duty to Design a Proper Emergency Response Plan – Sports Trainers and Coaches must design plans to ensure an expedited response by EMS and an effective transition to the care and supervision of emergency medical personnel. 

13.          Duty to Provide Proper Transportation – In general, bonded, commercial carriers should be used for out of town transportation. Self or family transportation for local competition may be allowed if parents have adequate insurance coverage for team members other than their family members.

14.          Duty to Select, Train, and Supervise Coaches – Administrators have responsibility to ensure that appropriate skill and knowledge levels exist among members of the coaching staff to ensure appropriate levels of safety and wellbeing among athletes. 


Department: Physical Education Section

21-05-2020