ClubSport Aberdeen: Minute Secretary and Social Media Committee Member

ClubSport Aberdeen is the new, vibrant body directed by the clubs, for the clubs. They provide a unified voice for sport clubs in Aberdeen at the top level across the city through their  relationship with the Active Aberdeen Partnership (AAP).  Their purpose is not only to provide the AAP with club input and a club perspective on arising matters, but also to ensure that Aberdeen has safe, sustainable and supported clubs. It does so by using expertise from within the club network as well as from partners in the wider network. This gives Aberdeen’s clubs the ability to develop and grow their membership, workforce and structure to provide their members with the best possible experience of the sport.

Following the successful launch in May 2018 ClubSport Aberdeen has continued to grow and develop their delivery within the City.  As a result they are expanding their Committee and are recruiting two new roles.

Minute Secretary

  • Collect Agenda items and share prior to meetings
  • Take accurate notes as a record of discussion and decisions
  • Write up notes with responsibilities and actions
  • Distribute minutes to all committee members

Time Commitment: 3-5 hours per month; potential for more if the person is willing to take on other ad hoc tasks

Social Media Committee Member

  • Connect, promote and engage members
  • Create regular posts
  • Raise the profile of ClubSport Aberdeen
  • Market events, membership, and commercial partners

Time Commitment: 4-8 hours per month

Applicants will be asked to attend an informal interview/discussion with the Chair and Vice Chair as part of the recruitment process.

Further information is available from or 01224 50769, applications and expressions of interest are to be made to this e-mail address.

Date published: 09 July 2019
Date updated: 09 July 2019


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