Club Development Manager (Women & Girls) (22.5 hours per week – 0.6 FTE)
The Club Development Manager (Women & Girls) will support clubs across Scotland to grow and sustain female participation in squash in Scotland. They will also oversee the development, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of:
They will work with our equality partners to continue to support, as required and where identified through self-assessment tools, a culture change that allows women and girls to thrive in whatever capacity they wish throughout squash clubs in Scotland.
Additionally, they will work with the Coaching & Competitions Manager to ensure all the women and girls who come through our programmes have a clear pathway into competitive squash competitions specific to their ability level and create competition opportunities where there are gaps.
They will also work to support clubs develop by helping to establish any women and girls who come through our coach education pathway, creating and developing a sustainable female coaching workforce to inspire and develop the next generation of squash players.
Furthermore, they will empower women and girls to engage with squash in whatever capacity they desire, and to facilitate that interest to be as good as they wish to be in their respective field.
This post is appropriate for a home working request to be made. Any home working arrangements would be agreed by the post holder’s line manager. The administrative base, for the purposes of expenses and travel claims, is the Scottish Squash HQ (currently located at the address below) but this can be negotiated with the post holder’s line manager.
Edinburgh Oriam, Heriot Watt University, EH14 4AS
SSL Grade 4 £26,000 per annum (pro-rata: £15,600) Contract: This position is a part-time position (22.5 hours per week – 0.6 FTE)
- Working hours are flexible and we operate a Time Off In Lieu (TOIL) policy
- This role requires occasional weekend and evening work
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We apply a blind-recruitment process for shortlisting to remove potential unconscious bias and ensure a fair and equal recruitment process.
Closing date: 23:59 on Sunday 30th January 2022
For an informal discussion, please contact Allan McKay (Director of Development) on 07483 908 890.