ExEcutivE / Sport & LEiSurE
LEiSurE opportunitiES AppointmEntS
Registrar’s Department - Division of Student Operations & Support
Director of Sport
This senior post offers an exciting opportunity to lead one of the top ranking Departments of Physical Recreation and Sport in UK
The Department of Physical Recreation and Sport promotes sporting opportunities in support of the whole University community,
encouraging participation in activities relating to recreational sport and health promotion through to university-level and elite sporting
competition. The Department oversees a substantial and heavily utilised element of the University estate, servicing a wide variety of
activities, sporting and non-sporting, beneficial to the campus community.
Sport has a prominent role in the life of the University - both in the UK and at its international campuses. The overall performance of
the University’s 77 representative teams has been consistently ranked within the top 10% in the British Universities and Colleges Sports
Championships over the past two decades. In June 2009, the University underlined the unique opportunities available to its students by
holding its first Tri Campus Games, involving teams of athletes from its campuses in Nottingham, China and Malaysia.
sport & leisure
The University will be implementing an ambitious five-year strategy for sport and is seeking a dynamic individual to lead this
development. The Director of Sport will lead a large team of staff and manage high quality provision across a range of facilities on three
campuses and neighbouring sites. Candidates must have proven experience of staff management, successful delivery of complex
services and a track record of national-level sporting leadership.
Minimum salary will be £55,259 per annum.
It is a condition of this post that satisfactory enhanced disclosure is obtained from the Criminal Records Bureau.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Mr Stephen Dudderidge, Director of Student Operations and Support, tel: 0115 951 5758.
For more details and/or to apply on-line please access: http://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/JK32388
. If you are unable to apply
on-line please contact the Human Resources Department, tel: 0115 951 3262 or fax: 0115 951 5205. Please quote ref. JK/32388.
Closing date: 19 November 2009.
This post is open until filled - review of applications from 19 November 2009.
Grade SO1/2 £24,646 - £28,636
37 hours per week
COACHING DEVELOPMENT MANAGERS x5
This is an exciting opportunity to work in a vibrant city and
influence the quality of service provided by a range of sports
£26,125 - £28,875 PA
e W seek passionate individuals to be based at The ability to develop partnerships with facility operators is
the following five Partnerships:
a key requirement to ensure continuous improvement in the
• PRO-ACTIVE North London, Middlesex
The successful applicant will have proven experience in both
facility development and sports development.
• PRO-ACTIVE South London, London Borough
Good communication skills combined with experience of
• PRO-ACTIVE East London, University of East
budgetary control and computerised data systems will all be
needed to work on your own initiative.
• PRO-ACTIVE est London, Brunel UniW versity,
There will also be the chance to assist in the review of the
Uxbridge future management arrangements for a number of Sports
• PRO-ACTIVE Central London, London South facilities which will take place shortly.
Bank University, Elephant & Castle
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders
Act 1974 and is subject to a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB)
You will have experience of working in sport/
coaching development, multi-agency partnerships
and managing projects, plus an understanding of
Closing date: 16th November 2009
the challenges facing coaches and employers.
For further details and to apply online visit our website
or contact Farida Begum on 01273 292085 or email farida.
For full details and to apply visit jobs.uel.ac.uk
to request documents by post.
CV’s will not be accepted.
Closing date: 9 November.
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