Archery GB - National Development Manager
|Location||Home based with some travel nationally, including to Lilleshall National Sports & Conferencing Centre, Shropshire|
|Hours of Work|
|Salary & Benefits||£30,000-£35,000|
|Closing Date||07 Jul|
As part of the Participation Team you will support Archery GB by successfully delivering projects and programmes through our regional network of development officers. We are looking for an enthusiastic, dedicated, and passionate individual who has the drive to support, implement and lead change at every level in the sport from member to NGB achieving our vision of enriching lives through archery.
The successful candidate would also have relevant experience in budget management, collaboration and negotiation skills and the ability to line manage existing staff.
Key responsibilities of this role include:
· Lead the delivery and implementation of club development and archer recruitment initiatives across the club network.
· Manage the regional staff and oversee the development of local plans to assist clubs to recruit, retain and empower archers, volunteers, and deliverers.
· Influence and lead change to promote good practice across the archery infrastructure.
A hardworking, flexible attitude is vital with the opportunity to develop and enhance the delivery of the organisation moving forwards.
We positively welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds.
How to apply
To apply, please email your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com
Your covering letter (1 page only) should address the following: How your experience, skills and knowledge equip you to shape and develop the role of National Development Manager at Archery GB.
We invite all applicants to complete our Equal Opportunities monitoring process to enable us to ensure the effectiveness of our approach to equality. Please use the link above to access our monitoring form and return a copy with your application. This will be used for monitoring purposes only.
To arrange an informal discussion please contact: Arran Coggan, Director of Participation, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Interview Date||Thursday 14 July 2022|