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Vision Sport Ireland: National Sports Development Manager

Vision Sports Ireland, a subsidiary of National Council for the Blind of Ireland, is currently recruiting for the position of National Sports Development Manager who will play an important role in overseeing its strategic plan “Towards 2022 Vision”.  The National Sports Development Manager will be responsible for operations planning, sport development and delivery of Vision Sport Ireland’s core programmes, events (Mayfest, Inclusion Games), coach education and training programmes.

Apply with CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role by close of business on July 30th 2020 to Helen Shanahan, HR Manager via helen.shanahan@ncbi.ie.

Informal enquires welcome to aaron.mullaniff@ncbi.ie

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Sport Ireland: NGB Manager (HEO)

Sport Ireland places the NGBs at the centre of Irish sport and is committed to developing a strong and diverse NGB sector. NGBs are the key delivery agencies for Sport Ireland in the achievement of its strategic and operational goals. The focus of the NGB Unit is supporting these sporting bodies in the development of sustainable and effective sports structures. The aim is to constantly improve the quality of services provided and the quantity of participants involved in sport and physical activity in Ireland.

Reporting directly to the Sport Ireland Director of National Governing Bodies, the primary responsibility of the NGB Manager will be the operational management of the Unit’s annual work programme.

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Should you experience any issues, you can send your CV & Cover Letter to HR@sportireland.ie

Deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on Thursday, 24th September 2020.

Sport Ireland: High Performance Programme Manager (HEO)

Working closely with the National Governing Bodies, the Sport Ireland High Performance Unit aims to support the achievement of a number of objectives, primarily the delivery of systemic and sustained success at European, World, Olympic and Paralympics level.

Reporting to the Director of High Performance, the High Performance Programme Manager will manage a variety of programmes and projects delivered by the Sport Ireland High Performance Unit. The role of High Performance Programme Manager will focus on delivering across the Pillars of the Sport Ireland High Performance Strategy 2020-2029.

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Should you experience any issues, you can send your CV & Cover Letter to HR@sportireland.ie

Deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on Thursday, 24th September 2020.

Sport Ireland: HP System Evaluation Manager (HEO)

Reporting to the Director of High Performance, the High Performance System Evaluation Manager will manage a systematic approach to researching, monitoring and evaluating high performance sport. The role of High Performance System Evaluation Manager will focus on delivering across the Pillars of the Sport Ireland High Performance Strategy 2020-2029.

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Should you experience any issues, you can send your CV & Cover Letter to HR@sportireland.ie

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Deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on Thursday, 24th September 2020.

Golf Ireland: Chairperson of the Board

The Chair will work alongside the CEO and the Board and must be able to demonstrate excellent leadership, communication and influencing skills together with an ability to operate to the highest standards of good governance. 

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Your submission should be made by email to board@golfireland.ie with your CV and a cover letter outlining the specific expertise you would bring.

Closing date is Friday 25th September

Golf Ireland: Independent Board Members

Golf Ireland was established to bring together the two golf Unions of Ireland (men’s and women’s) into a single governing body for the island of Ireland. It will become fully operational in January 2021 and will have nearly 400 affiliated golf clubs throughout Ireland.

Its strategy is to administer and promote the game of golf, provide development services to clubs, and promote equality, openness and accessibility to all. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to take a leadership position in one of Ireland’s largest sports. Applications are invited from those who consider they possess the skills and experience in the role of Director. 

Directors must clearly demonstrate their ability to meet the requirements of the role, explaining how their experience and technical skills will assist them.

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Your submission should be made by email to board@golfireland.ie with your CV and a cover letter outlining the specific expertise you would bring.

Closing date is Friday 25th September