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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Salary: 28 - 34k plus bonuses and share options
We are seeking to employ a Business Development Manager that will become the heart of our growing fi tness education business. You must be an expert at managing time and you need to have a passion for sport and fi tness.
Roles & Responsibilities: ● & income avenues ●
basic fi nancial reporting ● programmes ●
Key skills / attributes: ● drive the business forward ● develop current projects ●
develop industry partnerships the ability to sell ●
generate new business manage team of tutors and assessors ●
● superior customer service approach to business ● ● ability to think outside of the box ●
administration duties including design delivery
excellent forward planning skills energetic & hard working
experience in project management
Application process: Submit covering letter and CV by 30th July 2010 Please email covering letters and CV’s to dan@globalfi tnesseducation.com
Any enquiries about the position can also be directed to the above email address.
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City and Islington London’s Leading College
Fitness Industry Liaison Coordinators (0.5) Ref.4760 | £21,232 - £38,037 ILW pro rata | Centre for Applied Sciences - Angel, EC1
City and Islington College is a learning environment like no other. Just ask our students. Over 96% of them are happy with our teaching and learning and our A-level exam pass rate is 97.6%. We have also achieved an outstanding Ofsted report and Beacon status.
As both Lecturer and Tutor, you will be teaching on our outstanding Foundation Degree in Personal Training and Fitness Consultancy course. You’ll prepare teaching materials; assess students’ work; and develop relationships with employers with a view to securing placements.
Along with Health and Fitness Industry experience and recognised qualifications, you should also have experience of teaching or training in a professional or educational context, together with a teaching qualification or willingness to work towards one.
To put yourself in the frame, visit www.candi.ac.uk/jobs
or call 020 7700 9240 to leave a message for an application pack. Strictly no agencies.
Closing date: 26th July 2010 (Midday).
We celebrate diversity and welcome applications from everyone regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability. We are committed to protecting and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.
Health and Well Being Hours: 37 Location: Hemswell Avenue, Hull Fixed term for 3 years due to funding
In Hull we are committed to improving the long-term heart-health of young people and to encourage them to lead more active lifestyles, eat healthy foods and not to smoke. We are seeking three highly motivated, experienced and enthusiastic individuals who will be key in the development and implementation of the Hearty Lives Hull: Schools – Additional Learning Opportunities (ALO) Programme in secondary schools in Hull.
“Hearty Lives Hull” is a programme funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and managed by NHS Hull and Hull City Council.
The schools strand of the Hearty Lives Programme will focus on supporting Secondary Schools to offer a wide range of additional activities promoting physical activity, learning about healthy eating, basic life support and a no smoking message. It will particularly focus on encouraging “harder to reach” groups of young people and their families to get involved.
BHF Healthy Lives School Project Manager (CRB) Post No. 1047449 Grade 10 (scp 40-43) £33,661-£36,313
We are seeking a highly motivated, experienced and enthusiastic individual who will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of the Hearty Lives Hull: Schools – Additional Learning Opportunities (ALO) Programme in secondary schools in Hull.
You will have senior level experience and a strong background and track record in sports development or health promotion. You will be a highly motivated and enthusiastic manager who shares our passion to improve the health and well-being of young people and their families. You will have strong partnership working skills with the ability to build professional relationships with a range of partners, demonstrating specialist skills in predicting and driving change in a rapidly changing environment.
A relevant degree level qualifi cation is required along with high-level communication and inter-personal skills and the ability to negotiate key targets and actions with a range of partners and providers.
BHF Hearty Lives School Project Offi cer (CRB) Post No. 1047450 Grade 4 (scp 15-18) £16,054-£17,161
You will assist the Project Manager to implement the programme by liaising with the schools, encouraging participation by pupils and their families and other agencies who can offer activities as well as running sessions themselves.
You will be highly motivated and enthusiastic with a background in sports development and will share our passion for improving the health and well- being of young people and their families. You will have strong partnership working skills with the ability to build professional relationships with a range of partners and to enthuse others in engaging in a range of activities that promote heart health.
A level 2 coaching qualifi cation in at least one sport, good communication skills, experience of working with young people and with secondary school staff and planning and delivering coaching sessions are essential.
CLOSING DATE: 30 JULY Shortlisting: w/c 9 August Interviews: w/c 6 September
For an informal discussion please contact Alison Cockerill on (01482) 318664 or Julia Potts on 07545512846
For further information and to apply, please visit
or call 01482 300300 (Monday to Friday 8am-7pm and Saturday 9am-1pm).
The Council is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
Hull City Council is fully committed to achieving fairness and equality in employment and seeks to achieve a workforce which refl ects the diversity of the community it serves.
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