Could your skills and passion for providing quality administrative and planning support help create safer sport for everyone across Scotland?
Through a strategic partnership with sportscotland, we provide Scottish governing bodies of sport (SGBs), local sports clubs and organisations with a range of advice, support and training in respect of wellbeing and protection.
As Administration Coordinator, you will have a key leading role to:
- coordinate administrative support for two national services:
- Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport, and,
- Case Management Support,
- communicating effectively with the Service Managers and Project Workers while prioritising and managing workloads accordingly.
- coordinate liaison and partnership working with sportscotland colleagues in the planning and delivery of meetings, reporting and evaluation of both national services.
- build the knowledge, skills and confidence of SGB staff and volunteers by supporting their induction, use and implementation of an electronic case management system.
What kind of person will make a great Administration Coordinator for these services?
Knowing our shared ambition with sportscotland to ensure safer sport for everyone, you will be someone who:
- believes in the positive value of sport and is committed to making it a safe place for everyone.
- builds strong relationships and works collaboratively with partners.
- supports people through successes and challenges.
- has strong planning and organisational skills and an ability to respond to complex and changing situations.
- is resilient, skilled, and knowledgeable in providing administrative support.
- is passionate about human rights and anti-discriminatory practice.
- is determined and motivated in contributing towards building safe sporting environments.
You will work flexibly, in a hybrid approach, with a requirement to attend our offices, or those of our partners, for meetings and work as agreed with your line manager.
Salary, Conditions, Pension
We will offer you a competitive salary, generous annual leave entitlement (40 days inclusive of 9 public holidays, pro rata), flexible working opportunities and a contributory pension scheme. A Value and Reward Review is in progress with the resultant changes being implemented from April 2024 onwards.
This is a full-time post of 35 hours per week, initially funded for 2 years.
If you are interested in an informal discussion, then please get in touch and email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to chat.
Closing date: 12 noon, 27th November 2023.
Interviews will be held on 8th December2023.
Please also refer to the ‘Job Description and Person Specification’ ‘Candidate Pack’ and ‘Terms and Conditions’ for further information as per relevant documents attached below.
We welcome and encourage applications from potential people of all backgrounds, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, belief, disability, who reflect our values.