Development and Inclusion Officer: City of Glasgow Swim Team

15 Hours per week

Salary circa £25 to 29k FTE (35 Hours per week), dependent on experience

City of Glasgow Swim Team are seeking a Development and Inclusion Officer (DIO). This post will support the club by growing membership, building new partnerships with Learn to Swim providers, establishing new satellite centres and promoting swimming within the city of Glasgow as an inclusive sport for people from all backgrounds to participate in and enjoy.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, self- motivated individual with excellent leadership, communication, project management and negotiating skills as well as the ability to enthuse and motivate others. 

The DIOs Key Functions are:

  • To support the growth of recruit and retain members to grow the sport of swimming within the city of Glasgow
  • To improve links and the transition from Learn to Swim into the City of Glasgow Swim Team
  • To grow membership share at the City of Glasgow Swim Team amongst minority communities and areas covered by the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
  • To support City of Glasgow in renewing swimming club accreditation 

The role will operate across the full city of Glasgow.

In return you will be offered an attractive salary, as well as being part of a successful team that aims to ensure that City of Glasgow Swim Team retain their position as one of the leading swimming teams in Scotland.

City of Glasgow Swim Team is committed to selecting colleagues solely based on their ability to do the job for which they are being recruited and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. 

Please see the role description for more detail or to arrange an informal discussion or for more information please contact Paul Burgess, President, City of Glasgow Swim Team  paul@swimglasgow.co.uk.

Closing Date: 12 noon, Tuesday 23rd August

Interviews: Early September

To apply: Please email your CV and a covering letter advising what you can bring to this role to paul@swimglasgow.co.uk

Date published: 02 August 2022
Date updated: 02 August 2022

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