SportsAid seeks new Head of Fundraising and Athlete and Supporter Liaison Officer

SportsAid is seeking to recruit a new Head of Fundraising and an Athlete and Supporter Liaison Officer as the charity looks to further strengthen its support for the next generation of British sports stars. With the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo less than two years away, and the next edition of the Commonwealth Games being on home soil in Birmingham in 2022, it is an interesting and exciting time for the charity.
23 November, 2018

SportsAid is seeking to recruit a new Head of Fundraising and an Athlete and Supporter Liaison Officer as the charity looks to further strengthen its support for the next generation of British sports stars. With the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo less than two years away, and the next edition of the Commonwealth Games being on home soil in Birmingham in 2022, it is an interesting and exciting time for the charity. 

For over 40 years, SportsAid has been a thread running through the fabric of British sport, recognising and helping talented, young sports people to develop their potential and reach their personal best. These two posts provide an opportunity to join a committed and driven team at SportsAid, taking on the responsibility of connecting and engaging with those people that support the charity’s work and the young athletes who benefit from its help.

HEAD OF FUNDRAISING

You can download the full job advert for the Head of Fundraising role by clicking here.

ATHLETE AND SUPPORTER LIAISON OFFICER

You can download the full job advert for the Athlete and Supporter Liaison Officer role by clicking here.

You can apply for these positions by sending your CV with a covering letter to jobs@sportsaid.org.uk.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 7 December 2018.

All applicants must complete SportsAid’s equal opportunities monitoring form. This will be sent upon receipt of your application or you can download the form by clicking here and submit it with your CV and cover letter.

SportsAid is a recognised equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, belief and gender.