Have you got what it takes to help get more people playing tennis more often? If so, we want to hear from you.
Following recent changes, Tennis Scotland has vacant positions on its Board and is now looking to recruit the following:
These are voluntary roles, similar to the other Tennis Scotland Board positions, with a time commitment of up to eight Board meetings per year, as well as involvement in Board Sub Committees or Executive Working Groups as appropriate.
The Board of Tennis Scotland has a critical role to play, to support the organisation in the fulfilment of its strategy which is to deliver a sustainable legacy from the Murray era relating to:
Therefore, Tennis Scotland is looking for individuals who share this vision and are keen to play a part in its delivery.
Specifically, the Participation Director role is for a term of three years and will support Tennis Scotland’s Chief Executive Officer in the objective of getting more people playing tennis more often and relating to:
Therefore, the Participation Director will ideally have the following experience and skillsets:
In terms of the Non-Executive Director positions, which are normally for two year terms, the key elements of these roles are:
Tennis Scotland, for its Non-Executive Director roles, is looking for individuals with a broad range of sporting, business and/or professional experience that will add value to the organisation in the areas above, while those with expertise in the following areas will be particularly welcomed to apply:
For both the Participation Director and the Non-Executive Director positions, Tennis Scotland is adopting the following approach:
If you are interested in joining the Board of Tennis Scotland, please email Governance Director, Gordon Bell (GB@dallasmcmillan.co.uk) to express your interest by Friday 16th March, and include details of your relevant experience and expertise that will add value to the Tennis Scotland organisation.
Please also complete the anonymous Tennis Scotland Equality Monitoring Survey which can be found below.
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