Partnership Manager (People Development)

(1 post)

Permanent, Full Time

Salary £32,779

Based in Glasgow

sportscotland is the national agency for sport in Scotland. We see a Scotland where sport is a way of life, where sport is at the heart of society, making a positive impact on people and communities.

As one of a number of Partnership Managers, you will be responsible for supporting our partners, to deliver the outcomes of Coaching Scotland, to plan and deliver key elements of people development, including providing high quality learning and development opportunities to deliver sportscotland’s vision of creating a world class sporting system in Scotland.  To do this, you must be able to create and develop effective relationships up to and including senior management, communicating with and directly influencing a broad spectrum of key partners and stakeholders, both internally and externally.

You will have strong business related knowledge, such as demonstrable planning skills, budgetary management and control together with the ability to see the ‘big picture’ in terms of strategy planning and development. 

Knowledge and experience of operating within the sporting system is preferred but not essential.

In return for the above, we offer a great working environment and the opportunity to be part of a sports development team driving real and positive change in Scottish sport.  We offer a competitive salary, a great pension scheme, flexible working, and attractive holidays. 

Please note we will consider applications for secondments.

Job description

An application form should be completed to be considered for this role and emailed to hr.recruitment@sportscotland.org.uk.

Deadline for completed applications is midnight 23rd February 2018.

It is anticipated that interviews will be held week commencing 5th March 2018.

Date published: 08 February 2018
Date updated: 08 February 2018

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