Role Type: Band 2 (Coordinator/Officer/Executive)
Location: Surrey Sports Park
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Hours Type: Full Time
Specific Hours: 35 Hours per week
Salary: Circa £22,664
DBS Required: Yes
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 24 June 2021
Interview Date: TBC potentially Tuesday 29th June 2021
Want to make a difference to the lives of women and girls? We do too.
Netball plays a huge part in the social, physical and mental wellbeing of thousands of women and girls across the country and we need amazing individuals, now more than ever, to help return them to court. Join us and play a crucial role in rebuilding our sport following the impact of the pandemic.
Your role as Netball Development Officer will be to rebuild the game and make the experience of those involved as brilliant as possible. You will build and develop a network to help you achieve this and work with volunteers to help clubs and leagues to return to court. You will deliver as well as work with partners to deliver our award-winning participation programmes including Back to Netball, Walking Netball and Bee Netball. You will support coaches, officials and volunteers and lead local communications. And once Netball is thriving again, you will be part of our ambitious new ten-year plan, the Adventure Strategy, which will undoubtedly take the sport to the next level.
So what does the next chapter bring?
• Rebuilding participation levels across the country by reactivating opportunities for every community through our brilliant clubs, leagues and programmes
• Modernising our culture and approach to supporting the people involved in our game across the country, creating stronger connections and providing more meaningful support
• Take participation through our programmes to the next level enriching thousands more lives through netball
We are looking for proactive, enthusiastic individuals who can easily build relationships with a wide range of people. If you are organised, able to prioritise and have excellent communication skills this could be the role for you. This is a brilliant opportunity to work for an ambitious, exciting sport and to make a real difference to people’s lives through netball.
England Netball Behaviours
We are strong believers that it is the culture within our organisation that makes it a special place to work and drives our huge successes. Our people are passionate and dedicated to making netball the best that it can be.
We have three core cultural behaviours that are critical to how we deliver our strategic goals;
WE ARE PIONEERS: Never settling, continuously learning and innovating… to be the best that we can be.
WE EMPOWER: Through collaboration and trust we have confidence in ourselves and others to make the right decisions and get things done.
WE ARE PASSIONATE: Driven to succeed without ego, inspiring others along the way.
We are strong believers that it is the culture within our organisation that makes it a special place to work and drives our huge successes. Our people are passionate and dedicated to making Netball the best that it can be.
We are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic individual to provide leadership and support to national and partnership area staff, project and partnership delivery. You will be assisting the Partnership Manager North to provide strong collaboration and leadership within the Partnership Networks team to deliver key outcomes aligned to the overall strategy.
This is a brilliant opportunity to work for an ambitious, exciting sport and to support make a real difference to people’s lives through netball.
If you share our cultural behaviours and want to be a Netball Development Officer, join us on this adventure we want to hear from you.
England Netball offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes:
• 5% pension contribution
• Life Assurance
• Perk Box – Perks & Recognition
• Healthcare cash reimbursement scheme
• Cycle scheme
• Discretionary Bonus Scheme
• 26 days holiday + bank holidays for new employees.
• Opportunity to buy additional leave
England Netball is committed to equality of opportunity and actively welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons from the BAME community, disabled people and people from the LGBT+ Community