CPCan National Sport Development Officer
£25,000 per annum
Cerebral Palsy Sport are seeking a dynamic full time National Sport Development Officer to support Cerebral Palsy Sport’s CP Can inclusive sports project programme funded by BBC Children in Need.
The role will focus on reaching children and young people with cerebral palsy and enabling them to get into sport for the first time. It will also seek to support and create participation pathway opportunities to people with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities. The role will also have responsibility for coordinating a number of sport specific events across disability and adapted sports.
This is a fixed term post to September 2021 with the salary starting at £25,000 full time. We are based in a central location in Nottingham, East Midlands.
As National Sport Development Officer, you will need some demonstrable experience and track record of working in a sports development delivery environment, Leading projects and programmes and event coordination. Candidates will require excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to successfully build and manage productive partnerships and demonstrable insight and administration skills.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to join a team where you can have a positive impact in supporting people with cerebral palsy achieve their sporting potential.
For applications details and if you would like to apply for this position, please see below
Closing date for applications is: 19th November 2018
Interviews will be held on November 28th 2018.
For a copy of the Post Information pack, please click here: CP Sport CP Can Nat Sport Dev Officer Supporting Info Pack 2018
For the post application form, please click here:CP Sport Application-Form-CPCan NSDO
For the Diversity Monitoring Form, please click here: CP Sport Diversity Monitoring Form
No agencies please
- Are you committed to improving the lives of people with cerebral palsy?
- Are you passionate about sports?
- Do you have some free time?
- Do you want to gain new skills and experiences?
- Do you enjoy working with and meeting new people?
- Do you want to make a difference?
If you answered Yes to these questions, have you considered becoming a Volunteer for Cerebral Palsy Sport?
Our current volunteer roles include:
- Administration Volunteer
- Fundraising Development Volunteer
- Sports Event Volunteers
We do have a range of volunteering opportunities available – see our Volunteering page for more details.