Jobs in Sport

Sport Ireland - Marketing and Branding Manager (1-year agency role)

Job Purpose:

Reporting day-to-day to the Sport Ireland Director of Finance or as assigned by the CEO, with a reporting relationship to the CEO for elements of the role, the Marketing & Branding Manager will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing clear, consistent and engaging marketing and branding strategies which enhance public understanding of Sport Ireland and its value to sport in Ireland.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Marketing and Branding Manager will have the following duties and responsibilities:

Marketing

  • Lead the development and implementation of a marketing plan for Sport Ireland, ensuring delivery of its key objectives including the Sport Ireland brand identity
  • Ensure all marketing activity meets Sport Ireland marketing objectives
  • Develop, manage and implement digital marketing activity in support of the annual brand plans, e.g. website development, social media etc.
  • Responsible for a creative and scientific approach to content for use in social media and events, including all planning, execution, measurement and optimisation
  • Managing Sport Ireland marketing campaigns and initiatives
  • Event execution of conferences and overall management of all aspects of large events including: liaising with venues, managing resources and organising all logistical elements of the event.
  • Working directly with the CEO to drive marketing initiatives for the organization
  • Championing marketing activity and securing buy-in within the organisation - Taking the lead in driving marketing projects across the organisation
  • Identify, interpret and capitalise on market trends (national and international) as they relate to marketing activities.
  • Ensuring all sponsors are integrated and creatively use sponsorship assets to build and demonstrate innovative marketing programs which will add genuine value to the organisation
  • Responsible for the management of Sport Ireland social media channel

 

Branding

  • Ensure the integrity of the brand is maintained across all unit operations and company communications.
  • Ensure a clear brand strategy is in place for the new Sport Ireland brand which can be easily communicated, understood and implemented
  • Overall responsibility for brand management and corporate identity
  • Working directly with the CEO to build the brand for the organisation
  • Responsible for the development of Sport Ireland’s brand architecture
  • Manage internal brand communications to ensure visibility/understanding
  • Undertake other ad-hoc duties and responsibilities as required from time to time

 

Other Responsibilities

This is not an exhaustive list and the role will include any duties required by Sport Ireland from time to time which are appropriate for the position and the needs of the organisation.

 

Qualifications

The post-holder will be academically strong with at least a primary degree in Marketing, Branding or

business-related degree. A post-graduate qualification in a relevant field would be a significant

advantage.

 

Knowledge & Experience

The preferred candidate will ideally have some or all of the following:

  • At least 3 years’ experience in a Marketing and or Brand Management position
  • A sound understanding of the marketing & branding strategy
  • A sound understanding of all guidelines that pertain to a state agency.
  • Demonstrable experience in Marketing / Branding management in the following:
  • Developing a brand strategy at organisational and business unit / department level including implementing and administering branding guidelines tools, processes and procedures.
  • Leading and implementation of effective Marketing Campaigns.
  • Effectively managing digital marketing activity across all platforms.
  • Ability to analyse and develop campaigns and present strong recommendations
  • A strong background in the management of administrative functions.

The desired candidate will be:

  • An understanding of the Irish sport sector, including Sport Ireland’s key relationships
  • Excellent interpersonal skills (both written and verbal) demonstrating an ability to communicate effectively and build strong relationships both inside and outside the organisation.
  • Enthusiastic and highly motivated to perform at a high level, relishing the challenge of working within a small team.
  • Flexible in their approach with strong problem solving skills, a commitment to quality service and be personally trustworthy.
  • Able to work independently and collaboratively, use their own initiative, and successfully deliver across a range of different projects and work activities at the same time.
  • Logical and pragmatic in approach, delivering the best possible results with the resources available. Able to demonstrate that they meet the competencies outlined in the job specification and an ability to discharge all the functions of the position.
  • Able to demonstrate the ability to operate across the wider organisation, proactively identify areas for improvement and to develop practical solutions for their implementation.
  • Skilled in communicating effectively at all levels within an organisation as well as engaging constructively with external stakeholders, with a proven ability to build and maintain a network of contacts and develop key business relationships.
  • Capable of presenting information clearly, concisely and confidently.
  • Capable of delivering results within strict deadlines while maintaining a focus on quality of
  • work.
  • Capable of bringing innovation and experience/expertise from previous projects to bear on existing issues, making proposals for improvements and efficiencies where appropriate.
  • Leadership skills and effective relationship management ability.
  • Fully proficient in Microsoft Office.

 

Additional Information:

Contract: Full-time, 1-year agency role.

Salary Scale: HEO Standard Scale. The appointment will be made on this scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy.

How to apply:

If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV in confidence to sportirelandjobs@orangerecruitment.ie by 5pm on 16th September 2022.

Sport Ireland - Research Manager

RESEARCH MANAGER HEO GRADE

Job Purpose:

Sport Ireland’s Research work has made an important contribution to the understanding of the dynamics of sport in Ireland. This knowledge informs the policy agenda, the actions of Government and feeds directly into the delivery of effective sport strategies and programmes. In 2021 Sport Ireland published the Sport Ireland Research Strategy which aims to lead the generation and mobilisation of knowledge in the sports sector. To that end, Sport Ireland are committed to expanding the Research Programme as it is a vital resource in the progressive development of sport in Ireland.

 

The Research Manager will be responsible for managing the delivery of the Research Strategy actions. This will include the expansion and modernisation of Sport Ireland’s Research projects across participation, performance and high performance sport. The Research Manager will need to coordinate and support research projects and data analytics across all Sport Ireland units and the broader sports sector of LSPs, NGBs and relevant academic institutions. The Research Manager will work with the six other members of the Research and Innovation Unit of Sport Ireland, reporting to the Research and Innovation Director. The Research Manager will work closely with the Innovation Manager and Evaluation Manager in the unit as well as managers of other Sport Ireland unitsto ensure the effective translation of knowledge and insights into tangible actions and investments in the sports sector.

Reporting To: Director of Research and Innovation

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  •  Manage the delivery of the Sport Ireland’s Research Strategy actions.
  •  Work closely with Sport Ireland Business Units and the Irish Sports Sector to develop a strong and expanding programme of research to provide an empirical basis for the progressive development of sport practice and policy in Ireland.
  •  Provide support to Sport Ireland business units and the Irish Sports Sector in the identification and generation of pertinent research questions and the delivery of relevant research projects.
  •  Manage the delivery of key Sport Ireland’s research projects, including the Irish Sports Monitor and the Children’s Sport and Physical Activity Study.
  •  Manage the delivery and maintenance of Sport Ireland’s research repository, in the form of a data lake and associated data models, statistical analysis and visualisations.
  •  Manage the commissioning and delivery of data mining, rapid reviews, systematic reviews and meta-analysis to answer specific research questions and to inform policy and practice decisions.
  •  Contribute to building the skills and capacity of the Irish sports sector to commission and deliver research projects through the coordination and delivery of workshops, toolkits and training supports.  Assist in the coordination of an increasing number of research projects across the Irish Sports sector through the NGBs and LSPs.
  •  Disseminate, promote and activate research insights to help foster a culture of evidence based decision making throughout Sport in Ireland.
  •  Support the development of structured relationships between the practice and research communities and support the coordination of Sport Ireland’s work with the third level sector.
  •  Support the modernisation of the Irish Sports sector through the effective combination of information systems, data analysis and communication of robust research informed insights.
  •  Support the establishment of strategic working groups and communities of practice for progressing collaborative research in the sector.
  •  Manage the delivery of conferences, webinars, workshops, training modules and tutorials to translate research knowledge and insights into practice.
  •  Oversee the delivery and evaluation of the Sport Ireland Research Grant Scheme.
  •  Carry out any other tasks to support the Research and Evaluation work of the Research & Innovation Unit.

This is not an exhaustive list and the role will include any duties required by Sport Ireland from time to time which are appropriate for the position and the needs of the organisation.

Person Specification:

Essential: Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  •  Must have a relevant third level qualification.
  •  Must have at least 3 years’ prior professional experience working in a research role.
  •  Must have relevant prior professional experience in managing research programmes.
  •  Must have knowledge and experience of promoting and applying high standards of research ethics.
  •  Must have excellent interpersonal skills, both written and verbal, demonstrating an ability to communicate effectively and build strong relationships inside and outside the organisation.
  •  Must have direct work experience in project management and stakeholder engagement.
  •  Must be able to multi-task, leading multiple projects simultaneously.
  •  Must have leadership skills and effective people management ability.
  •  Must have strong IT skills and knowledge of MS Office suite especially word, powerpoint and excel.
  •  Must have experience and knowledge of using qualitative and quantitative data analysis software such as SPSS.
  •  Must be capable and comfortable managing a busy workload, prioritising tasks effectively and meeting tight deadlines.
  •  Must be organised and flexible.
  •  Must have a proven ability to work effectively and constructively as part of a team and on own initiative when required.
  •  Must be enthusiastic, curious and highly motivated, relishing the challenge of working with an ambitious team in a dynamic and busy work environment.

 

  •  Knowledge and experience of Data Modelling and Visualisation e.g. working with SQL databases, Python, R, Tableau, Microsoft Power BI or Microsoft Azure
  •  Knowledge and understanding of public Sports Policy in Ireland and knowledge of the Irish Sports landscape.
  •  Knowledge of best practice, emerging trends and new technologies in research.
  •  Capable of bringing innovation and experience/expertise from previous projects to bear on existing issues, making proposals for improvements and efficiencies where appropriate.
  •  Knowledge and experience of delivering training courses or workshops to a wide range of stakeholders, online and in person.

 

Contract:

Full-time, agency 3-year

Salary Scale:

HEO Standard Scale (inclusive of two long service increments). The appointment will be made on this scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy. New entrants to the public sector commence on the first point of scale.

Location:

Sport Ireland National Sports Campus, Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown,

How to apply:

If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV in confidence to sportirelandjobs@orangerecruitment.ie by 5pm on 16th September 2022.

Sport Ireland - Diversity, Inclusion and Ethics Executive

Job Purpose

The Diversity, Inclusion & Ethics Executive will support the delivery of the objectives and commitments outlined in Sport Ireland’s Policy on Diversity and Inclusion in Sport, and the development of the broader ethics remit within Sport Ireland. This includes areas of integrity, inclusion, anti-bullying, in accordance with the Participation and Ethics Unit’s policies and procedures.

Reporting To: Diversity, Inclusion & Safeguarding Manager

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  •  Support the implementation of Sport Ireland’s Policy on Diversity and Inclusion in Sport, assisting in the delivery of the wide ranging objectives as outlined in the Policy.
  •  Assist with the design, planning and delivery of programmes and initiatives in the area of diversity and inclusion.  Support the timely delivery of agreed actions associated with the Sport Ireland Policy on Diversity and Inclusion in Sport.
  •  Work across the organisation to promote best practice regarding diversity and inclusion
  •  Build and maintain strong working relationships with a range of Sport Ireland stakeholders.
  •  Support the implementation of continuous improvements to the Diversity, Inclusion and Ethics Programmes, leading projects as required.
  •  Undertake other ad-hoc duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time

This is not an exhaustive list and the role will include any duties required by Sport Ireland from time to time which are appropriate for the position and the needs of the organisation.

 

Essential: Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Must have a relevant Third Level Qualification (minimum Degree or Diploma) AND a minimum of 1 years’ previous experience in a similar role OR, a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role
  •  Knowledge of best practice, emerging trends and new technologies in the area of diversity and inclusion
  •  Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a range of different stakeholders.
  •  Must be capable of presenting information verbally in a clear, concise and confident manner and must have excellent written skills, with a proven track record in producing high quality written reports
  •  Must be computer literate in MS Office  Must have a proven ability to work effectively as part of a team and on own initiative when required
  •  Must be highly efficient, results focused, with a keen attention to detail and high standards in all business activity
  •  Must be capable of building and maintaining healthy, effective and mutually respectful business relationships with all key stakeholders

Desirable: Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  •  Must have relevant knowledge of the sport environment in Ireland
  •  Ability to be discrete and effectively handle sensitive, confidential issues as required
  •  Ability to effectively display common sense and logic as required

Additional Information:

Contract: Full-time, 2 year agency contract Salary Scale: Executive Officer Scale (inclusive of two long service increments).

The appointment will be made on this scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy. New entrants to the public sector commence on the first point of scale.

Location: Sport Ireland National Sports Campus, Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Sport Ireland is an equal opportunities employer

 

How to apply:

If you would like to apply for this position please send your CV in confidence to sportirelandjobs@orangerecruitment.ie by 5pm on 19th September 2022.

Sport Ireland - HR Administrator

HR ADMINISTRATOR

EXECUTIVE OFFICER GRADE

Job Purpose

Reporting to the HR Manager, the HR Administrator will work to ensure the delivery of a quality HR support service for Sport Ireland.  This will include a focus on various aspects of the employee lifecycle -areas such as recruitment, onboarding, offboarding, retention of employees, learning and development and performance management.

 

This person will make a significant contribution to the goals and ambitions of the organisation.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

  • Assist the HR Manager in monitoring performance management processes to ensure that effective systems are in place and that agreed plans are implemented.
  • Responsible for the onboarding of new starters, transfer of employees and offboarding processes.
  • Point of contact for employee queries.
  • Undertaking HR administration responsibilities as requested by the HR Manager & HR Director.
  • Ensuring that accurate records are maintained in an organised digital filing system.
  • Preparation of confidential documentation/reports as directed by the HR Manager.
  • Support the development, implementation, and coordination of HR administration processes to improve efficiencies in HR operations (including assisting with the implementation of a new HR Information System along with the HR Manager).
  • Build mutually respectful and effective relationships with key stakeholders within the wider organisation.
  • Assist the HR Manager to ensure the recruitment and retention of the best people to support the business through both internal and external recruitment processes.
  • Liaise with the finance department to ensure accurate recording of finances in line with HR Budget.
  • Co-ordination and completion of Health & Safety tasks where required.
  • Assist in the delivery of any agreed annual learning plans to support the business.

 

This is not an exhaustive list, and the role will include duties required by Sport Ireland from time to time which are appropriate for the position and the needs of the organisation.

 

Person Specification - Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

 

Essential:

  • Must have relevant 3rd level qualification.
  • Must have a minimum of 1-year previous HR Administrator experience.
  • Must be highly efficient, results-focused and with keen attention to detail and high standards in all business activity.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal & communication skills.
  • Must be capable of handling sensitive information discreetly.
  • Must have a high level of proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
  • Must have a proven ability to work effectively as part of a team and on own initiative.
  • Must have excellent planning & organising skills and be able to prioritise tasks effectively under tight deadlines.

 

 

 

Desirable:

 

  • CIPD membership.
  • Previous HR Experience in a Public Service environment.
  • Previous experience supporting the Health and Safety function within an organisation.

 

Additional Information:

 

Contract:         Full-time, 3-year agency role.

Salary Scale:     EO Standard Scale. The appointment will be made on this scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy. New entrants to the public sector commence on the first point of scale.

Location:         Sport Ireland National Sports Campus, Snugborough Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

If you would like to apply for this position please send your CV in confidence to sportirelandjobs@orangerecruitment.ie by 5pm on Friday 16th September 2022.

Sport Ireland - Head of Governance, Risk and Compliance

Role:

Governance

  • Supporting the continued improvement of governance standards within Sport Ireland, and ensuring that governance policies and procedures are updated and implemented accordingly.
  • Supporting the continued improvement of governance standards within funded sporting organisations and their ongoing adoption of the Governance Code for Sport as per Government’s National Sports Policy.
  • Supporting an effective corporate planning function within Sport Ireland, and working with other business units to oversee the implementation of operational and strategic plans.

 

Risk Management

  • Implementation and administration of Sport Ireland’s Risk Management Policy, including management of Sport Ireland’s Risk Register.
  • Monitoring and reporting of risk within Sport Ireland and enhancement of Sport Ireland’s Risk Management Systems.
  • Providing guidance and assistance to risk owners in every area, in understanding, monitoring and managing risk and opportunities on an ongoing basis.
  • Development and provision of ongoing training and support to Sport Ireland staff with responsibility for management of risk and compliance in their areas.
  • Communicating key risk issues to the Audit and Risk Committee.

 

Compliance (including Freedom of Information and Data Protection)

  • Implementing Sport Ireland’s Compliance Framework, including the maintenance of policy registers and audit registers.
  • Managing and maintaining Sport Ireland’s Freedom of Information service to ensure all statutory requirements are adhered to, as well as consistently discharging Sport Ireland’s Freedom of Information functions.
  • Involvement in all issues relating to the protection of personal data within Sport Ireland.
  • Overseeing the implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, and ongoing monitoring of compliance with same.
  • Acting as Sport Ireland’s Data Protection Officer and overseeing the implementation of appropriate data management policies and procedures.
  • Acting as the contact point for data subjects of Sport Ireland in relation to all issues regarding the processing of their personal data and exercising their rights under the GDPR including facilitating and managing Subject Access Requests.
  • Acting as the contact point for the relevant data protection authority and co-operating with the authority, where necessary.
  • Managing data protection incidents and acting as an advisor to staff in areas such as data processing, social media, marketing, website content and other strategic client initiatives.
  • Monitoring the provision of Sport Ireland’s Customer Charter to ensure that best practice in this area is achieved and maintained.
  • Working with key internal and external stakeholders on key non-legislative compliance issues.
  • Communicating with and supporting Sport Ireland Management in compliance related matters.

 

 

     Other Responsibilities

  • Undertaking priority governance projects, responsibilities and administrative duties as may be assigned to the candidate from time to time by the Director of Governance & Strategy.
  • Monitoring relevant developments in the public sector and reporting any new or proposed regulations or legislation that may impact Sport Ireland, working with the Management Team to ensure that Sport Ireland is compliant with Government directives.
  • Act as line manager, providing coaching, guidance and support as required.

 

This is not an exhaustive list and the role will include any duties required by Sport Ireland from time to time which are appropriate for the position and the needs of the organisation.

 

 

Person Specification

 

Essential Skills, Qualifications, Knowledge, Ability and Experience (must possess or be able to demonstrate the following):

  • Must be enthusiastic and highly motivated to perform at a high level, relishing the challenge of working within a small team.
  • Must be flexible in their approach with strong problem solving skills, a commitment to quality service and be personally trustworthy.
  • Must have excellent planning & organising skills and be comfortable with managing a busy workload and able to prioritise tasks effectively to meet tight deadlines.
  • Must be highly efficient and capable of delivering results within strict deadlines while maintaining a focus on quality of work.
  • Must have a keen attention to detail and ensure high-quality standards in all business activity.

Must have a proven ability to work independently and collaboratively, use their own initiative, HEAD OF GOVERNANCE, RISK & COMPLIANCE – HIGHER EXECUTIVE OFFICER GRADE

 

Job Purpose

 

Reporting day-to-day to the Director of Governance & Strategy, with a reporting relationship to the Audit & Risk Committee for the Risk Management elements of the role, the Head of Governance, Risk & Compliance will be responsible for supporting and directing Sport Ireland’s Risk Management and Compliance frameworks (including Freedom of Information and Data Protection policies, procedures and standards for Sport Ireland). 

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

The Head of Governance, Risk & Compliance will have the following principal duties and responsibilities:

 

  • and successfully deliver across a range of different projects and work activities at the same time.
  • Must have a commitment to innovation and continuous improvement in all business activities.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal & communication skills –
    • Must be capable of presenting information verbally in a clear, concise and confident manner.
    • Must be capable of building and maintaining healthy, effective and mutually respectful business relationships with all key stakeholders (both inside and outside the organisation)
    • Must be capable of producing impactful and high-quality business writing in all communication ranging from standard daily correspondence to comprehensive business reports and policy documents for consideration by senior stakeholders.
    • Must be capable of handling sensitive information discreetly.
  • Must have a high proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
  • Must be academically strong with at least a primary degree in a relevant field.
  • Must have an awareness and understanding of current best practices, trends or new developments in corporate governance.
  • Must have knowledge and strong understanding in some or all of the following areas:
    • Codes of Governance and Legislative/Regulatory compliance requirements that pertain to a state agency.
    • Risk Management.
    • Freedom of Information and its application in the Irish public sector environment.
    • GDPR obligations and its application in the Irish public sector environment.
  • Must have a minimum of 3 years' previous professional experience in a relevant role.

 

Desirable Skills, Qualifications, Knowledge, Ability, and Experience (some or all of the following are desirable):

 

The preferred candidate will ideally have some or all of the following:

  • A postgraduate qualification in Corporate Governance or a related discipline.
  • A professional qualification in Risk, Freedom of Information and/or Data Protection.
  • Experience in risk management including using risk registers, risk appetite matrices, risk mitigation strategies and administering risk/compliance tools, processes and procedures.
  • Previous professional experience in a governance capacity within the Irish Public Service.
  • Working knowledge of the requirements of the ‘Code of Practice for the Governance of State Bodies’.
  • Practical knowledge and a strong understanding of current Freedom of Information and GDPR obligations, and how it applies in a working environment.
  • A strong background in corporate planning and overseeing implementation of operational and strategic plans.
  • An understanding of the Governance Code for Sport.
  • An understanding of the Irish sport sector, including Sport Ireland’s key relationships.
  • An understanding of the Sport Ireland Act 2015, and other relevant legislation or rules governing Sport Ireland.

 

Additional Information:

 

Contract:           Permanent, Full-time.

 

Salary Scale:

HEO Standard Scale. The appointment will be made on this scale at a point in line with current Government Pay Policy.  New entrants to the public sector commence on the first point of scale.

 

 

Location:           Sport Ireland Campus, Dublin 15.

Application is by CV and covering letter to sportirelandjobs@orangerecruitment.ie  by 5pm on Friday 30th September 5pm

 

Sport Ireland is an equal opportunities employer.

Job Opportunities at Sport Ireland Campus

For job opportunities at the Sport Ireland Campus click here.

Sport Ireland Institute Roles

Sport Ireland Institute are seeking to fulfil the following roles:

- Capability & Expertise Programme Support Manager: Public RFT - Provision of a Capability & Expertise Programme Support Manager (eu-supply.com)

Role: As instructed by the Director of the Sport Ireland Institute, provide management and administrative support for the Capability & Expertise Programme.

 

- Sport Physiology Senior Consultant: Public RFT - Provision of a Sport Physiology Senior Consultant (eu-supply.com)

Role: As instructed by the Director of the Sport Ireland Institute, provide individual consultation, analysis and intervention of testing/monitoring data.

Applicants will have to register on e-tenders in order to apply. 

Dublin Parks Tennis - Operations Manager

Dublin Parks Tennis are hiring an Operations Manager. This role is for a self-starter with potential to maintain operations within the organisation.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Child Safeguarding Officer (Safeguarding training will be provided)
  • Processing of wages payments to staff and filing Revenue returns.
  • Managing online bookings and payments system
  • Liaising with appointed Accountant for annual accounts and company returns
  • Management of income & expenditure files (via excel)
  • Ensuring all marketing and promoting programmes are aligned across all media platforms including updating website.
  • Communicating timings of programmes to parents of past attendees and other P.R. outlets
  • Dealing with coaches, parents, general public, committees in Dublin and provincial Co-Ordinators

Read the full job description here. 

Apply Now

Letter of application and CV should be sent by email to parkstennisireland@gmail.com no later than 5pm on 12th September 2022. Please reference Parks Tennis Application in the subject line.

Parks is an equal opportunities employer

Camogie Association - Connacht Participation & Growth Co-ordinator

The Camogie Association is recruiting for a Full Time Participation and Growth Co-ordinator based in Connacht to join the Association’s staff team.

Location – This role is based in the Connacht Centre of Excellence, Bekan, Co. Mayo.

Transport: -Full Clean Driving License and Access to transport as travel is a necessary requirement of the post.

Closing date for receipt of applications: 12noon on Monday 5th September 2022.

Please submit a Current CV and Cover letter to jobs@camogie.ie

For further details, please visit www.camogie.ie 

Ireland Active - Head of Member Services and Operations

Ireland Active is the national association for the leisure, health and fitness sector representing over 350 organisations across the Republic of Ireland. We work with partners in the Dept of Sport, Sport Ireland, Skillnet Ireland, Swim Ireland, CARA and others to actively promote the social and economic importance of the Irish leisure, health and fitness sector with the aim of getting more people more active, more often.

Role Summary
The Head of Member Services and Operations is an externally facing position focusing on member services and support across a diverse network of stakeholders. The head of member services and operations is responsible for leading the development, implementation and evaluation of membership growth strategies, as well as day-to-day management of the member services team while working closely with the CEO on delivering and ensuring our members the highest level of service. This  position is responsible for implementing membership growth and retention strategies that align with Ireland Actives' strategic objectives. The ideal candidate for the position has operational managerial experience and technical understanding of the complexities of the leisure, health, fitness and sports industry. This position reports directly to the CEO.

Read the full job description here

To Apply

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to office.administrator@irelandactive.ie by 5 pm Friday 9th September.
Only applicants to be invited for an interview will be contacted. All candidates must have existing valid permission to live and work in Ireland unrestricted. Ireland Active is committed to equal opportunities for all staff and applications.

Ireland Active - Communications & Policy Manager

Ireland Active is the national association for the leisure, health and fitness sector representing over 350 organisations across the Republic of Ireland. To support the effective delivery of Ireland Active strategy, we wish to appoint a Communications and Policy Manager, who will contribute to and support the delivery of the key pillars in the Ireland Active strategy through;

- Implementation of organizational marketing and PR activities, employing a blend of both traditional and digital marketing tools and channels
- Lead on the development of our policy and research across the priority areas set out in our strategic plan
- Support a range of events to engage with sector and key stakeholders to promote the organization and its programmes

The role will involve working closely with the Ireland Active CEO, member services and quality standards teams, proactive engagement with key media and external stakeholder contacts, as well as co-ordination with key service providers.

Read the full job description here.

Apply

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to office.administrator@irelandactive.ie by 5pm Friday 9th September. Only applicants to be invited for an interview will be contacted.

Ireland Active - National Standards Manager & REPs Registrar

Ireland Active is the national association for the leisure, health and fitness sector representing over 350 organisations across the Republic of Ireland. 

The National Standards Manager & REPs Registrar is an externally facing position responsible for developing and delivering the activities of The National Quality Standard (NQS) and Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs).

Both these programmes aim to raise the standards and quality assure the leisure and fitness industry and differentiate our members from other service providers. The successful candidate will be responsible for enhancing our relationship with our partners to increase the participation in the NQS and REPS, working with education providers to assist in members achieving the necessary standards The role will require developing and implementing industry standards in line with the Ireland Active strategic development plan 2021 -2024.

The ideal candidate for the position has managerial experience, along with experience in quality and assurance, education and technical understanding of the complexities of the leisure health fitness and sports industry. The position is based in Sport HQ on the national sports campus, Dublin 15.

Read the full job description here. 

Apply

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to office.administrator@irelandactive.ie by 5pm Friday 9th September. Please reference National Standards Manager & REPs Registrar

Cycling Ireland - National Paralympic Coach

Cycling Ireland is recruiting for the position of National Paralympic Coach to work within the High Performance Unit (HPU) to lead the Para team to the 2024 Paris Paralympic Games and beyond.

Role 

The successful candidate will work with the High-Performance Director (HPD) and Head Coach (HC) in the delivery and strategic leadership of the “Perform” aspects of CI’s 2020-2024 Strategic Plan, of which a key aspect is the establishment of sustainable structures and systems specific to Olympic and Paralympic Programmes.

The National Paralympic Coach (NPC) is responsible for taking a senior coaching role for all Para disciplines in the HPU in the provision of high-performance coaching services to nationally identified riders that operate within our Paralympic Programme.

The National Track Coach will report primarily to the Head Coach, and through the management structure to the HPD.

How to apply

All applications to include CV and cover letter must be sent to exec@cyclingireland.ie on or before COB 16th September 2022.

For more information click here.

Table Tennis Ireland - Participation and Inclusion Officer (Ulster)

Table Tennis Ireland is the National Governing Body for Table Tennis within the four individual provinces of Ireland, and are responsible for developing and growing the sport. Table Tennis Ireland represent the interests of their members by promoting, co-ordinating, administering, operating and marketing Table Tennis throughout Ireland.

Table Tennis Ireland wish to recruit a Participation and Inclusion Officer who will be responsible to grow participation in the sport across all age groups and both abled bodied and players with a disability in Ulster. This will be a full-time (37.5hrs per week, which may involve some evening and weekend work) fixed term contract to 30th of June 2025 (may be subject to extension). The salary for the role is £20,000 per annum and will be based in Lisburn. There will be a requirement for some travel in Ulster with this role. Appointment will be made subject to satisfactory vetting checks and completion of safeguarding training. Further details on the key responsibilities of the role are contained in the job description (attached). Please note that this job description is not to be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive.

To apply for the role, please send the following to manager@tabletennisireland.ie with the subject line “Participation and Inclusion Officer”:

  • a cover letter to include a personal statement addressing the essential criteria in the job description and why an applicant believes their skills and experience meet the requirements of the role
  • a CV outlining their previous education and work experience to date

The closing date for the receipt of applications is Thursday 8th of September.

Age & Opportunity - Active Programme FitLine Coordinator

Age & Opportunity is the national organisation that provides a range of opportunities for older people who want to get more involved in arts and culture, sport and physical activity, civic engagement and personal development.

We are looking for a Co-ordinator to lead on the nationwide rollout of our Active Programme FitLine initiative, a free telephone support service, delivered by volunteer mentors, who encourage older people to start being physically active and maintain physical activity as part of their daily lives.  

Applicants must have at least 4 years’ experience in and knowledge of the area of health promotion, physical activity or sport for older people, experience in using a CRM system (preferably Salesforce), and experience in managing people, preferably volunteers. A degree in a related field is desirable.

This is a full-time position, with a salary of €35,500 per annum and a specified purpose contract from commencement of contract to 31st October 2023.

A full job description and person specification is available here

To Apply

Please send your CV and cover letter, outlining how you match the above criteria to:

Margaret Roe, HR Manager, Age & Opportunity, St. Patrick’s Building, Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9

Email:  Margaret.Roe@ageandopportunity.ie

Deadline for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 14th September 2022.  

No late applications will be accepted.   Shortlisting will apply.

 

Age & Opportunity is an equal opportunities employer.

Irish Amature Boxing Association - Cork Regional Boxing Development Officer

The Irish Athletic Boxing Association, in collaboration with Cork Sport Partnership, is delighted to announce the recruitment of the first ever Cork Regional Boxing Development Officer.

The appointment recognises Cork city and county’s proud boxing heritage. The role ensures Ireland’s most successful Olympic sport is open to even more people through boxing development programmes in a variety of settings, with a particular emphasis on IABA’s StartBox programme.

This full-time position is of strategic importance to the IABA in achieving its programme development goals and enhancing existing professional structures. The IABA is honoured to work with Cork Sport Partnership and Sport Ireland, through the Dormant Accounts Fund, in creating this role, and hopes this may be the first of several such roles in strategic locations around Ireland.

Applicants are invited to send a CV along with a Cover Letter to info@iaba.ie no later than 5pm, September 21st, 2022. The IABA is an equal opportunities employer

Read the full job description here. 

Dublin Parks Tennis - Programme Director

Dublin Parks Tennis facilitates thousands of children to learn tennis in public parks and community clubs and centres throughout Ireland.

Dublin Parks Tennis operates 4 programmes annually.

Parks Tennis has a simple aim;  to keep tennis affordable, available and accessible to as many children as possible.

The person appointed will manage the appointment of the coaching team for each of the 4 programmes.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Key features of the position include;-

  • Maintain a good working relationship with the core group of coaches and coaching assistant.
  • Child Liaison Officer (Safeguarding training will be provided)
  • Liaising with the core group of coaches and coaching assistants.
  • Interviewing and screening of prospective coaches and coaching assistants
  • Replacement of staff where and when necessary.
  • Supervision of staff and liaison with and guidance to Activity Directors on all such matters.
  • Responsible for implementing Staff Training programmes in association with Operations Manager and Coaching Director.
  • Ongoing liaison with the Operations Manager on the dates and structure in advance of all programmes
  • Communications with parents in relation to queries etc.
  • Ensuring provision of equipment and on court requirements to coaching team.
  • Provision support to coaching staff in matters of good practice and advising on competition structures and formats.
  • Inspection of venues and reporting necessary upkeep, repairs etc. to the Operations Manager or relevant local authority
  • Provision of progress reports to the Dublin Parks Board.

Credentials/Educational Background

  • Sports management or similar qualifications relevant to the position.
  • Experience in a similar role
  • Self-motivated with knowledge of tennis and enthusiasm to promote the sport among all sectors.
  • Possession of Interpersonal and Communication Skills.
  • Computer literate with strong Microsoft Office operational skills

Additional requirements

  • Satisfactory Garda / Police Vetting.
  • Full clean driving license and access to own transport desirable.
  • Valid work permit.

How to apply

Letter of application and CV should be sent by email to parkstennisireland@gmail.com no later than 5pm on 22nd September 2022.   Please reference Parks Tennis Application in the subject line.

Parks is an equal opportunities employer.

Contract:     3 years fixed term contract based on a 37.5 hour week with a 6 month probation period

Salary:          €32,000   per annum

Report to     Board of Dublin Parks

Location:     Remote working - ideally based in Dublin

Special Olympics Ireland - Director of Marketing, Communications & Fundraising.

New leadership opportunity with Special Olympics Ireland

Special Olympics Ireland is seeking a Director of Marketing, Communications & Fundraising to lead and deliver on fundraising and awareness targets across sponsorship, fundraising, media and public relations.

This role requires a strong communicator with great people skills, an ability to engage, network and influence with stakeholders of all levels and a passion to make a difference in a charity and sports organisation where close to 8,000 athletes avail of our services and develop their fitness, life skills, confidence and friendships. 

If you are an experienced leader in fundraising, marking and communications, with the ability to work with larger budgets and achieve targets, are a natural networker and have dual ambition and empathy, this could be the role for you!

https://lnkd.in/eyrEEitG

#dublinjobs #jobfairy #leadership #fundraisng

The Bohemian Football Club - Administrator

Bohemian Football Club is one of Ireland’s oldest football clubs, founded in 1890 as a fully member-owned institution. We have retained that remarkable structure to the present day and now have the highest number of members in our history. An ever-present in the League of Ireland Premier Division, we have grown the club in multiple other areas over the past decade. We are continuing to grow and adapt as a football club, but also with a focus on our social responsibilities and our aim to have a net positive impact in society, achieved through sport. We are now hiring a Support Administrator who will play a key role in supporting and delivering our core aim, to sustainably grow the club across all areas, in the Bohemian way.

The role will involve:
- Providing secretarial support services to the club’s main office and key personnel alongside the day-to-day administration support of the club office.
- Act as a support contact person for both general member and club queries, as well as keeping our membership and season ticket systems in order and accurate. Support on ticketing management and customer support of same.
- Ensure that academy players are registered to appropriate requirements, and details of competition suspensions are communicated across the relevant channels. General administrative support to Head of Academy.
- Provide key support for match-day operations at home games as well as ad hoc events; security and event management, health and safety weekly checklists,
incident reporting and other tasks as required.
- Answering and referring calls and email communications from members, season ticket holders, clubs, our association, UEFA, Dublin City Council, and other external partners.
- Support to the COO on commercial communications and events.

Experience Required:
- Third level degree preferable with a focus on business administration or similar.
- Previous experience in a similar role is preferred but not essential.
- Excellent IT skills including Microsoft Office (particularly Excel and Word), database/CRM experience desirable.

Key Competencies:
- Excellent communicator both written and verbal and the ability to work under pressure and to deadlines.
- Detail oriented, excellent time management and the ability to work on multiple areas at any one time.
- Understanding of the profile of a member organisation and Bohemian FC values.
- Ability to understand the needs of the business and with a flexible approach.
- Ability to work unsupervised as an individual and as part of a team.

Salary:
- €28,000 to €32,000 p.a. depending on experience.
Applicants are invited to send their CV and accompanying cover letter to applications@bohemians.ie.
Closing date for applications is 5pm September 30 2022.

The Bohemian Football Club is an Equal Opportunities Employer

Irish Squash - Operations Administrator

Irish Squash is the National Governing Body (NGB) for squash on the island of Ireland. We are an active member of the Federation of Irish Sport which is the representative organisation for sporting NGB and Local Sport Partnerships (LSP). Irish Squash has just launched its five-year Strategic Plan 2022-2027, and as part of its mission to continue the growth of the sport in Ireland Irish Squash is now seeking applications for the position of Operations Administrator.

Location: Based at Irish Squash, National Sports Campus, Blanchardstown D15. Flexibility: Can be blended with some time working from home.

Duration: Six months Fixed Term Contract (full time).

Salary: €15,000 – Fifteen thousand Euro.

The Position: The Operations Administrator will support all the administration tasks necessary to ensure the smooth running of the office of Irish Squash. Interacting with key stakeholders and providing a high level of customer service, responding to queries and requests for information in a professional, courteous, and timely manner. A level of flexibility is required for the role and some evening/weekend work will be required from time to time.

KEY RESPONSABILITIES:

Assisting in organising events, scheduling meetings, and making travel arrangements. 

Updating databases as may be required (Clubs, Players, etc). 

Responding to general requests and inquiries. 

Support for Irish Squash website and Social Media channels. 

Handling basic invoicing and payments.

Performing other administrative duties as may be required.

THE PERSON: The successful candidate will have the following: 1. Strong organisational and administrative skills, with good attention to detail. 2. Excellent and confident communicator with good written and verbal skills 3. High level of flexibility with positive attitude 4. Ability to establish good working relationships 5. Ability to prioritise workloads and work as part of a team and individually.

DESIRABLE: An interest in squash and a willingness to help Irish Squash successfully grow the sport. A knowledge of the sport as it exists currently in Ireland. A knowledge of the Irish sporting landscape, including Sport Ireland and the LSP networks.

REQUIRED: Minimum 2 years administrative / operational experience. Proficiency in Google & Microsoft.
Closing date for receipt of Applications is close of business on: Friday 30th September 2022.
Send application and CV to info@irishsquash.com

Irish Squash - Single Platform Administrative Officer

Irish Squash is the National Governing Body (NGB) for squash on the island of Ireland. We are an active member of the Federation of Irish Sport which is the representative organisation for sporting NGB and Local Sport Partnerships (LSP). Irish Squash has just launched its five-year Strategic Plan 2022-2027, and as part of its mission to continue the growth of the sport in Ireland Irish Squash is now seeking applications for the position of Single Platform Administrative Officer.

Location: Based at Irish Squash, National Sports Campus, Blanchardstown D15.
Flexibility: Can be a hybrid arrangement working from office and/or home.
Duration: Six months Fixed Term Contract (full time).
Salary: €15,000 – Fifteen thousand Euro.

The Position:
Irish Squash has recently implemented a Single Platform that manages many aspects of the game of Squash in Ireland. 

The purpose of the Single Platform Administrative Officer (SPO) is to:
● Promote the benefits of the Platform to all Clubs and Players in Ireland
● On-board clubs and process affiliated players on the “national player register”
● Help extend the use of the system functions in all active clubs

Working with the Single Platform Service Manager, the Chief Operating Officer and members of SportyHQ the SPO will be expected to increase the adoption of the platform and process affiliated members.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
● Acquire an extensive knowledge of the SportyHQ system and its supporting processes.
● Engage and meet Club administrators to outline the benefits of the Single Platform
● Understand and explain associated Agreements and Standards
● Maintain a register of Clubs and track the progress and use of the platform.
● Promote a network of users, platform best practice & help create single platform “case studies”
● Assist clubs to sign up and on-board to the Platform.
● Work with SportyHQ to enable clubs implement the new system in the Club.
● Help the club administrators reconcile their membership lists with the national register.
● Advice clubs on Irish Squash policies and procedures including Child Protection & Data Security as it relates to the Single Platform.
● Explain and Process Irish Squash Affiliation and Membership.
● Process Irish Squash Affiliation membership.
● Present regular progress reports to the Service Manager to support Irish Squash Board updates.
● Carry out any other relevant duties that may be assigned from time to time.

THE PERSON:
The successful candidate will have the followings:

● At least a minimum of 2 years relevant experience working in a commercial or voluntary sports organisation.
● Is interested in and has the ability to quickly learn new IT systems
● Experience in the use of sports administration/membership system in a sports club environment
● Strong organizational and administrative skills, with good attention to detail
● Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
● Comfortable working alone (self-starter) and with others
● Strong listening & influencing skills.
● Pleasant & friendly manner, team worker with ability to work on own initiative.

DESIRABLE:
● Sports Management Qualification
● Exposure to cloud based Customer Relationship and/or Sports Management Systems
● Experience of working as a volunteer in a Sports Club or Voluntary Organisation.
● An appreciation of the sport of Squash, its rules and structures
● Has used Social Media to promote events or organisation.

REQUIRED
● Minimum of 2 years administrative experience
● Proficiency in Google Workspace and/or Microsoft Office
Closing date for receipt of Applications is close of business on: Friday the 30th September 2022. Send application and CV to info@irishsquash.com

Cara Sport Inclusion Ireland - Finance and Governance Manager

Cara are currently seeking a Finance and Governance Manager to oversee their company office management, business planning, reporting and assurances, finance management, organisational governance, customer and employee engagement, change management and information management.

Areas of the role include:

  • Finance
  • Governance
  • Office Management / Administration

Read the full job description here

Closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday 3rd of October.

Cara is an equal opportunities employer and all applications will be treated in strict confidence.

Limerick Sports Partnership - Sports Administrator

Background:
Limerick Sports Partnership (LSP) was established in 2014 following the merger of the City and County partnerships. LLSP forms part of a national network of 29 local sports partnerships, all with the underlying aim to increase participation in sport and Physical Activity and to ensure that local resources are used to best effect.

We are expanding our services throughout Limerick and are establishing a 2nd LSP office base in Newcastle West. This post will operate through a hybrid working arrangement with a minimum of 3 days based in Newcastle West with the remaining time distributed between the UL based LSP office and/or remote working. The post holder will work in partnership with sports development officers in delivering LSP programmes and initiatives across Limerick City & County. This post will be an integral part of the Limerick Sports Partnership team.

Main Responsibilities 

The primary function of the post-holder is to assist in the co-ordination of the activities of the Sports Partnership and the individual partners’ contributions to ensure the promotion and development of sport at local level. The post-holder is also responsible for providing support for the day-to-day operations of the Sports Partnership along with key responsibilities for communication and all education programmes.

Key Skills:
• Computer literacy is essential including a knowledge of Microssoft spreadsheets / databases /word applications
• Excellent communication and organisation skills
• Motivated individual with the ability to undertake and see through tasks with the abitilty to integrate as part of an expanding team
• Be flexible in approach to out of hours work

Read the full job description here. 

To Apply:

Email a cover letter and your CV to pmacken@limericksports.ie

Closing Date is October 7th 

Limerick Sports Partnership - Sports Development Officer

Limerick Sports Partnership (LSP) was established in 2014 following the merger of the City and County partnerships. LLSP forms part of a national network of 29 local sports partnerships, all with the underlying aim to increase participation in sport and Physical Activity and to ensure that local resources are used to best effect. We are expanding our services throughout Limerick and are establishing a 2nd LSP office base in Newcastle West. This post will operate through a hybrid working arrangement with a minimum of 3 days based in Newcastle West with the remaining time distributed between the UL based LSP office and/or remote working. The post holder will work in partnership with the LSP team in delivering all LSP programmes and initiatives in the West Limerick area, while also supporting team initiatives across Limerick.

The Person

Each candidate must on the closing date for the competition have:

• A formal Level 7 or higher Degree in Sports Development, Health Promotion, Health, Fitness & Leisure Studies, or an equivalent Sports & Physical Activity related qualification

• Relevant experience (minimum 2 years) in Sports Development/Health Promotion/Fitness

• Experience in the areas of education, social or community development work or of working in the community sector in a developmental and supportive capacity either in a paid or voluntary role.

• An understanding of the community and voluntary sector and the sports and recreation environment and of motivating those sectors with lower participation characteristics to become involved.

 

Skills

• Ability to consult, communicate and network appropriately and effectively with all sectors of the community.

• Ability to monitor and evaluate work and write reports.

• Strong administrative and organisational skills

• Ability to produce and access information efficiently and accurately.

• Excellent communications, presentation, and facilitation skills.

• Ability to advise, inform, motivate, and support individuals and organisations.

• Ability to prepare, monitor and manage budgets and to prepare funding applications.

• Ability to produce good quality publicity material.

• Excellent I.T. skills

 

Apply:

Please send Cover Letter and Curriculum Vitae by post or email to:

Liam Cantwell, Programme Manager, Limerick Sports Partnership, UL Sport Arena, University of Limerick, Castletroy, Limerick or lcantwell@limericksports.ie

Age and Opportunity - Active Programme FitLine Administrator

Age and Opportunity are looking for an Administrator for their Active Programme FitLine initiative, a free telephone support service, delivered by volunteer mentors, who encourage older people to start being physically active and maintain physical activity as part of their daily lives.

Applicants must have high level computer literacy and competency in Word, Excel and, PowerPoint, at least 2 years’ administration experience including experience using a CRM system (preferably Salesforce), and must be a team player with good interpersonal skills and the ability to engage with a range of people and an interest in sport and fitness.

This is a part-time position, 20 hours a week, over five mornings, Monday to Friday, with a salary of €25,000 per annum (pro rata) and a specified purpose contract from commencement of contract to 30th November 2023.

Full job description here.

Person specification here.

Please send your CV and cover letter, outlining how you match the above criteria to: Margaret.Roe@ageandopportunity.ie

Deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on Wednesday 5th October 2022.

Shortlisting will apply. No late applications will be considered.

Age & Opportunity is an equal opportunities employer.

The Camogie Association - Coach Education and Development Co-ordinator

The Camogie Association is recruiting for a Full Time Coach Education and Development Co-ordinator to join the Association’s staff team.

The successful candidate will be part of the Camogie Associations Development Team, reporting to the Technical Development and Participation Manager, and will responsible for delivering on a workplan aligned to the Camogie Association across its work, providing support to units, volunteers, and officers in the Munster province, and will assist in implementing the Camogie Association’s National Development Plan for 2020-2023.

Full job specification can be found HERE.

APPLY

Closing date for receipt of applications: 12 Noon on Thursday 13th October 2022. Please submit a Current CV and Cover letter to jobs@camogie.ie  with Coach Education and Development Coordinator in the Email Title.

Table Tennis Ireland - Accounts & Administration Assistant

Table Tennis Ireland (the Association) is the National Governing Body for Table Tennis within the 4 individual provinces of Ireland. Table Tennis has demonstrated over the years that it is a sport suitable for all age groups, from juniors to veterans, as well as able bodied and those with a disability. The Association currently has 50 affiliated clubs and works with a further 97 schools. The Association’s office is in Irish Sport HQ at the Sport Ireland National Campus.

Growing our team, we are looking to appoint an Accounts & Administration Assistant to support our future organisation. Reporting to General Manager, this will be a permanent part time role for five half-days per week (20 hours per week; additional hours may be required from time to time). The role will be to administer the Associations finances and ensure compliance with applicable legislation and governance codes.

Key responsibilities:

• Processing supplier invoices, expense claims, credit notes, purchase orders etc. onto our accounts system.

• Raising sales levy invoices for clubs, players and coaches.

• Reconciliation of the company credit card and bank accounts.

• Managing debtors and creditors and ensure all are paid in a timely manner.

• Creation of bank payments for authorisation.

• Analysing & processing monthly Stripe and GoCardless pay-outs from the online membership and events system.

• Process monthly payroll on Thesaurus & update Revenue (ROS) systems accordingly

(please note that we currently have 4 employees).

• Run monthly reports for the Board of Directors, Management Committee and Office.

• Assist with grant applications, mid-year reviews, year-end audits and budgets (stakeholders).

• Liaise with the external auditors on preparation of the annual financial statements

• Assist with review & update of the Associations financial policies & procedures as required.

• Manage the asset register of the Association.

• Prepare Ad hoc Finance reports as requested.

 

Read the full job description here.

 

Apply:

To apply for the role, please send the following to manager@tabletennisireland.ie with the subject line “Accounts & Administration Assistant”:

  • a cover letter to include a personal statement addressing the essential criteria in the job description and why an applicant believes their skills and experience meet the requirements of the role
  • a CV outlining their previous education and work experience to date

The closing date for the receipt of applications is Sunday 9th of October 2022. Interviews will take place week commencing 10th of October.