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Employer: British Water Ski & Wakeboard
Salary: Voluntary Role (expenses paid)
Location: Our HQ is based in Chertsey, Surrey
Job Type: Volunteer (Part time)
How to Apply: Covering letter and CV forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
British Water Ski & Wakeboard (BWSW) is the national governing body within the UK and a membership association funded by its members for the benefit of its members. We are the only body acting on behalf of the interests of water skiers and wakeboarders – a non-profit making organisation with all of our income invested in developing and protecting the sport across the UK from the grassroots level through to our top athletes.
Following on from the adoption of new articles of association and a more streamlined management system BWSW now has vacancies for two Independent Directors with the skills to advise the Board and oversee the organisation. In terms of diversity women are under represented on the Board and we particularly welcome applications from women with the appropriate skills and experience.
TERMS OF APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTORS (“Directors”) OF THE BRITISH WATER SKI FEDERATION LIMITED (trading as British Water Ski and Wakeboard) (“the Organisation”)
All Directors, of the Board of Directors of the Organisation (“the Board”) are responsible for the direction and corporate governance of the Organisation. Directors are expected to provide independent opinion to the Board as requested from time to time and, working with the other Directors to:
• ensure that the Organisation complies with its Articles of Association
• further the objects of the Organisation
• formulate and review the strategic objectives of the Organisation.
• oversee financial information
• act in the interests of the Organisation
• take appropriate professional advice in matters from time to time.
• act in an external role on behalf of the Organisation, by networking and liaising with key stakeholders, sponsors and funding partners as requested from time to time.
• Assist in an area with a specific portfolio to be agreed (e.g. fund raising, communications / PR)
• Contribute to organisational development and business strategy through constructive challenge and input as requested from time to time
There are usually 6 to 8 board meetings in a year (typically held in London or at our HQ in Chertsey, Surrey). Some additional ad hoc travel may be required.
For an informal discussion about the scope of the role or if there are any particular questions please contact our CEO Patrick Donovan on 01932 579930.
Closing date: 31 March 2016
Employer: Royal Yachting Association
Salary: £18,000 plus a range of benefits including pension scheme, free life insurance, 23 days annual leave plus public holidays
Location: Hamble, Hampshire
Job Type: Permanent (Full time)
Job Description – Administrator – Sail Cruising Schemes
The Training Department is responsible for setting and monitoring standards for the RYA’s national training schemes in sailing, windsurfing and powerboating, which are delivered by RYA qualified instructors through our network of recognised training centres.
We are looking to appoint an organised Administrator to support the Chief Cruising Instructor. The successful candidate will have excellent IT and organisational skills. A helpful telephone manner is essential as you will be the main point of contact for our customers. You will need to be able to work both on your own initiative and as part of a team, and to prioritise your workload in a busy office. Knowledge of, or an interest in, sailing and the RYA’s training schemes would be highly desirable but is not essential.
Closing date: 19 February 2016
Interview date: 29 February 2016