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  • Trustees - Cardiff City FC Foundation06 April 2018

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    You can find details of this vacancy at: https://www.british-gymnastics.org/career-at-bg/7494-safeguarding-compliance-officer

  • British Gymnastics - Safeguarding & Compliance Coordinator01 March 2018

    You can find details of this vacancy at: https://www.british-gymnastics.org/career-at-bg/7493-safeguarding-coordinator

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  • Football Development Manager - FAW Trust

    Job Title Football Development Manager (Club Growth and Business Support) Hours of Work Full Time Contractual Status Permanent – subject to probationary period Salary Competitive (plus benefit package) Location FAW Trust Head Office – Dragon Park - Newport Background The FAW Trust is the body responsible for football development in Wales. We are seeking to appoint a dynamic, energetic and inspirational person who can deliver innovative and entrepreneurial approaches to support Clubs to develop and grow. This person will work as part of a team in a specific geographical region and support the leader of a newly restructured department that is responsible for delivering the Trust’s strategic mission to ‘grow the game and raise football standards’ across Wales. The FAW Trust has its busy Head Office based at Dragon Park, Newport. Role The FAW Trust’s Mission under the 2015 to 2020 Welsh Football Strategy is to Grow the Game and Raise Standards. Supporting the Head of Football Development, the position will play a key role in delivering the key strategic outcome of Transforming Communities through football for all and high-level targets of: - 1. 50% of children playing football once per week; 2. 30% of children playing football twice per week; 3. 20,000 registered female players; by 2024. Purpose of the Job To produce and implement Local Facilities and Regional Development Plans within an Area of Wales and to have national strategic lead responsibility for Club Development and Business Growth. Key competencies • Creative and innovative thinking and problem solving. • Entrepreneurial approach to developing solutions • Strategic planning including experience of interpreting data and research insight. • Creative thinker who can shape strategies into tactical solutions. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. • Proven stakeholder and partnership influencing and negotiation skills. • Highly motivated, resilient and self-directed. • Proven experience of workforce (professional and/or voluntary) deployment and development. • Experience of budget development, management and control. • Modern IT competencies. • Spoken and written Welsh are desirable. • Willingness to work flexibly and unsociable hours. • Full, clean driving licence. • Enhanced CRB disclosure. Professional Qualifications Preferably educated to degree level with ideally further professional expertise in the areas of strategy and sports development. A sound understanding of football structures and the wider sporting and political landscape, ideally in a Welsh context. Principle Accountabilities Generic responsibilities in an Area of Wales • Producing, challenging and driving successful implementation of local facilities and regional development plans based on local needs and challenges through consultation with key partners. • Managing tactical approaches and overseeing operational delivery through local agents and experts by identifying workforce needs. • Fostering cross functional collaboration with other FAW and Trust teams to support the delivery of shared goals and objectives. • Establishing and developing positive relationships with stakeholders and partners essential for the successful implementation of regional investment and development plans. • Supporting budget development, management and monitoring relating to team priorities and activities. • An Area Association point of contact managing local and regional advocacy and communication. • Providing technical advice on strategic priorities with guidance from strategic leads. • Providing support to a Team member through a formal buddy system. Responsibilities and accountabilities for strategic lead for Club Growth and Business Support • Developing a club support programme to drive growth in registered players including a specific focus on a strategic approach to women and girls’ participation and other under-represented community groups to retain for lifelong involvement in club settings. • Advising Team Members on tactical approaches for club growth and business support. • Providing / procuring higher level business development support to identified clubs. • Driving development of strategic Women’s and Girl’s football hubs. • Maximising usage of 3G artificial pitch investment by priority clubs and community groups. • Providing support to the strategic lead for Club Accreditation and Compliance Support as required. Role specific Requirements • Essential car user – significant travel will be required with this role. • A company car will not be provided to support this role. • Willingness to work unsociable hours from time to time as and when required. This job description covers the main duties of the post holder. From time to time, other duties may be required, commensurate with the grade of the post and the needs of the organisation. We value the diversity of our workforce and welcome applications from all sections of the community. If you are interested in applying for this role please email ceri@talentedsolutions.co.uk to request an application form and equal opportunities form. We also require you to submit a copy of your latest CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role. We also require specific details of your current salary and remuneration package. Deadline for applications: 16th March 2018 at 17:00hrs. Late applications will not be considered. Please advise of any dates that you will be unavailable during late March and April, if selected through to the next stage. FAW Trust, Dragon Park, Newport International Sports Village, Newport, NP19 4RA T: 01633 282911 E: paul.tanner@fawtrust.cymru www.welshfootballtrust.org.uk The Welsh Football Trust is committed to protecting children and vulnerable adults and follows the recruitment guidelines of the FAW’s Welfare Policy. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure before their appointment is confirmed. This post is supported by: The Football Association of Wales Sport Wales

  • British Gymnastics - Business Support Partner

    Details of the vacancy can be found at: https://www.british-gymnastics.org/career-at-bg/7495-business-support-partner-hr-ethics-welfare-12-months-maternity-cover

  • England and Wales Cricket Board - Non-Executive Directors x3

    Details can be found at: https://www.sportsrecruitment.com/job/independent-non-executive-directors-ecb-avxn-800441/

  • TENNIS WALES - LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION COUNCILLOR

    TENNIS WALES LIMITED LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION COUNCILLOR Applications are invited from members of tennis clubs in Wales to undertake the role of Councillor of The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). The role is to: • Represent Tennis Wales Limited (TWL) in the Council National Governing Body of the LTA. • To report to each Board Meeting of TWL on LTA matters of relevance to TWL. • To support TWL at LTA events. This a voluntary role with travelling and subsistence expenses paid in full. The duties are: • To attend LTA Council Meetings – four days per annum. • To be a member of at least one LTA Committee and one LTA Working Party – three days per annum per committee and three days per annum per working party. • To attend LTA County events as an LTA representative – minimum of two days per annum. • To support TWL sponsors at The Championships at Wimbledon – six days per annum. • To attend at least two TWL Board Meeting per annum (if not a Board Member). The appointment is for a minimum period of three years with a maximum term of nine years subject to satisfactory performance. Candidates must be at least 18 years of age. Applicants should have a sound knowledge of the tennis scene in Wales. Applications will be considered by the Board and the two County Committees of TWL with the appointment being made by the Board. The role commences on 1st January 2019 prior to which there will be a period of training. Applications should be in writing to: The Company Secretary Tennis Wales Limited Francis House No 2 Drake Walk Waterfront 2000 CARDIFF CF10 4AN The deadline for receiving applications is 30th April 2018 with interviews following shortly. Tennis Wales is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all backgrounds. Data Protection: Tennis Wales collects this data for legitimate business purposes. Contact details will be for the use of Tennis Wales Ltd and its interview panel only. Details will not be forwarded onto a third party without your permission. If you are not successful in your application your details will be removed from our database 6 months after the position closing date. By applying for this position you give consent to Tennis Wales Ltd to process the data supplied on your application for the purposes stated above.

  • Tennis Wales - County Support Officer North Wales

    Tennis Wales Job Opportunity Tennis Wales is seeking to appoint a County Support Officer for North Wales to provide support to the Tennis Wales team and the North Wales County Committee. This will be undertaken through contract work for approximately 12 hours per week to support Tennis Wales and the North Wales committee with the following principle activities: • Support and coordinate the annual club registration process for clubs across North Wales • Provide administrative support and communications for the North Wales summer and Winter club leagues • Provide administrative support and communications for the North Wales Team Tennis and the Road To Wimbledon events • Provide administrative support for the annual North Wales County Closed Tournament • Be a point of contact for the networks of registered clubs, coaches and volunteers across the region for information on LTA products and programmes, courses, sharing best practise, & providing relevant updates. • Administer the Tennis Leaders programme to include courses, databases and the incentives programme. • Provide help to referees and competition coordinators on Grade 7 to 3 events as and where necessary. • Competition Support Coordinator for Sytner to include promotion of events, providing packs, collating results, updating leader-boards and linking with the Wales Performance Development Officer. A more detailed Job Description is available from maria.rees@tenniswales.org.uk. The successful applicant will ideally have a background in tennis and an understanding of the various competitions involved with this work. If you are interested in applying for this position please send a CV with a cover letter to Maria Rees at maria.rees@tenniswales.org.uk by 5.00pm on Thursday March 29th. For any further information or questions please phone the Tennis Wales office 029 2046 3335. TWL is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from all backgrounds. Data Protection: TWL collects this data for legitimate business purposes. Contact details will be for the use of TWL and its interview panel only. Details will not be forwarded onto a third party without your permission. If you are not successful in your application your details will be removed from our database 6 months after the position closing date. By applying for this position you give consent to TWL to process the data supplied on your application for the purposes stated above.

  • British Gymnastics - Business Support Partner

    Details of the vacancy can be found at: https://www.british-gymnastics.org/career-at-bg/7495-business-support-partner-hr-ethics-welfare-12-months-maternity-cover