Macmillan Move More Forth Valley Coordinator

Macmillan Move More Forth Valley Coordinator                                                   

37 hours per week (3 years fixed term)                   

£31,500 per annum

Interviews will take place on 28 February 2019

At Active Stirling we are driven by the desire to improve people’s lives through getting more people, more active, more often. We expect our team to live and breathe our brand values: people centred, ambitious, respect, team spirit and integrity to help our customers and colleagues. This means you’ll be a true team player with a positive attitude joining a team of focused and passionate people where you’ll put people at the heart of what you do making sure a consistent quality service is delivered. As such, you will aim to develop your skills and the service of your business area.

What you’ll do

As our Macmillan Move More Forth Valley Coordinator you will work across Forth Valley to manage the coordination and successful implementation of Macmillan Move More Forth Valley. Working in partnership with communities, facilities and local organisations you will lead the development of Macmillan Move More to support individuals and their families affected by cancer to access, inclusive and appropriate physical activity opportunities.

What you need to have

Working as part of a team and positively engaging with others is essential within this role.  Candidates should have a relevant degree and/or Level 3 Exercise Referral Qualification with experience of supporting those living with a diagnosed medical condition, those recovering from illness and/or injury. Experience of effective partnership working and volunteer management with a proven ability to project manage physical activity and sport programmes.

What you’ll get

You’ll get to work at a great place with excellent learning and development opportunities. Benefits include a competitive salary, pension, generous holidays, and free use of our leisure facilities plus free car parking.

Further information and applications

Closing date: 19 February 2019

Date published: 06 February 2019
Date updated: 06 February 2019

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