Job Title: Community Engagement Coordinator – Glasgow
Responsible to: Director of Participation
Contract: 3-year contract, FT – Salary £25,000
Exciting and innovative role working for a progressive SGB looking to broaden its reach and impact across all communities in Glasgow.
Cricket Scotland is the national sports governing body for cricket in Scotland overseeing the development and growth of the game from grassroots through to professional athletes competing on the world stage.
Cricket Scotland has the motivational aim of `Inspiring Scotland to Play Cricket` as we seek to grow the reach and popularity of the sport to unprecedented levels. Key to `Inspiring Scotland to Play Cricket` is that we recognise Scotland is a hugely diverse country, therefore, we aim to provide opportunities that meet the needs of this diverse population and encourage as many people from all backgrounds to engage with cricket at whatever level.
With the support of key partners Lord`s Taverners and Glasgow Caledonian University, we are excited to be advertising for this new role of Glasgow Community Engagement Coordinator. The role will work across targeted projects with the young, disadvantaged communities, and integrating people from many different cultures, religions and backgrounds.
This new and exciting role seeks an energetic and experienced individual who can deliver across a wide range of key priorities and objectives. The ideal candidate will be a champion for diversity in sport and be able to build partnerships across a wide range of stakeholders. They need to have an understanding of sports development and ideally cricket pathways that will allow them to facilitate integration at all levels.
Closing date for the post is Wednesday 14th June 2017 with interviews planned to take place on Monday 19th June 2017.
For more information on the job and person specification please contact Ian Sandbrook on the details below.
To apply, please send a CV and supporting letter to – firstname.lastname@example.org
This position will involve regulated work with minors. All partners have an open and positive stance on child protection, and therefore, all candidates will require PVG Scheme membership to be considered for the position.
Cricket Scotland is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.