Coupons by Archery - 3 results
Employer: Archery GB
Salary: Expenses plus small fee
Location: Home Based/Regional
Job Type: Part Time (Ad-hoc)
How to Apply: please send your CV and/or letter of application, stating what region you would like to be considered for to firstname.lastname@example.org
Archery GB is currently seeking to appoint a series of Regional Archery Range Assessors.
In order to improve how we manage our archery facilities around the country, we will be introducing a new system for archery range registration and assessment.
Part of this process will involve site visits to archery ranges that require a ‘ground dispensation’. We require a network of ground assessors to perform this function.This role would involve travelling to locations within a region and assessing a ground to ensure it meets the Rules of Shooting, Health and Safety criteria and functional performance criteria. Site visits would be arranged on an ad-hoc basis by agreement with the assessor.You would receive some training to support you in this role alongside expenses and a small fee for each visit.
For an informal discussion about the post, contact Arran Coggan on 07525 233592.
Closing date: 18 September 2016
Employer: Scottish Archery
Salary: Voluntary (paid expenses)
Location: East Lothian, Scotland
Job Type: Fixed Term (Part Time)
How to Apply: Please send your CV and letter of application by email to email@example.com stating why you wish to be considered for an Independent Directors post with Scottish Archery. Requests for informal/confidential discussions can also be sent to this email address.
Scottish Archery is the recognised Governing Body for archery in Scotland,
It has a rapidly growing membership, a full calendar of competitions across Scotland and over 100 Scottish based clubs supported through a regional structure.
With an agenda for our Board of continuous improvement, Scottish Archery has moved from an executive Board to a strategic skills-based Board. It is seeking to recruit a further Independent Director (from outwith its membership) to lead in the area of sport development. This Independent Director will join other Elected Directors (from within the membership) plus one existing Independent Director on the Scottish Archery Board.
A full job description is available here.
Closing Date 5.00 pm, Friday 19 August
Interview Date to be confirmed
Employer: Archery GB
Location: Lilleshall National Sport & Conferencing Centre, Shropshire
Job Type: Permanent (Full time)
How to Apply: Please send your CV and covering letter outlining how you can meet this challenge and please indicate your current salary to: firstname.lastname@example.org
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Would you like to lead the Archery GB through a significant stage of transformation?
Archery in the UK has a long and proud tradition as an Olympic and Paralympic sport. Founded in 1861, the organization has seen much change, most recently in the last 10 years where there has been a significant increase in membership and public interest, and substantial investments made in grass-roots development and high-performance sport funded by government agencies.
The Board has made the role change from being executive to strategic, and now wishes to appoint a Chief Executive to deliver on its vision. Reporting to the Chief Executive will be a team of senior managers overseeing the employed and large volunteer workforce. The Board wishes to empower the Chief Executive and their team to deliver on the aspirations of the membership and other stakeholders within the government’s recent sports strategy.
1. Maintain, deliver and develop the strategic plan which currently aims to:
· grow and sustain participation;
· deliver Olympic and Paralympic targets;
· be effective in operational delivery; and
· reduce reliance on external funding
2. Provide leadership and motivation to all employees and volunteers within archery, developing cross
functional working and organisational change where required
3. As a Director, being involved in the setting of mission, vision and objectives
4. Establish and maintain excellent relationships with all stakeholders, e.g. members, funding agencies,
sponsors and international federations.
1. Significant previous experience of transformation with a multi-faceted workforce
2. Demonstrable ability to translate vision into effective strategy, and delivery of KPIs
3. Capability to effectively communicate with internal and external audiences and media
4. Board level experience
5. Knowledge of the sports policy landscape nationally and in the home nations
Closing date: 29 February 2016