Scottish Volleyball Association (SVA) is the national governing body for Volleyball in Scotland. As a governing body, it promotes, regulates, and delivers the sport of indoor, beach and sitting volleyball to members throughout Scotland.
The Competitions and Performance Administrator is a new post that will have an essential role in ensuring the smooth running of the SVA. The successful candidate will need to have excellent organisational skills as they will be responsible for the effective delivery of a comprehensive range of programme and administrative duties.
In addition the post holder should be able to demonstrate knowledge of various Microsoft applications and data management systems. An excellent telephone manner is essential, as is the ability to work on their own initiative as well as part of a team. Experience of working in the sports sector is desirable. .
Key Responsibilities will be to:-
Deliver effective competition administration for all issues involving SVA competitions and District Organisations.
The co-ordination and delivery of the SVA competitions calendar and SVA events strategy.
Deliver effective administrative support for all issues involving the National Teams, including the co-ordination of travel arrangements to events and correspondence with International Volleyball bodies.
Maintain social media communications, including servicing existing accounts with relevant updates and news for members
Any other delegated duties as appropriate to the post
Any offer of employment would be subject to a satisfactory Disclosure Scotland check, PVG check or membership of the scheme and references.
For application form, job description and candidate specification click here.
Closing date for applications is 30th May 2012.
Interviews are likely to be held on the week of the 11th June 2012
Scottish Volleyball is an equal opportunities employer and aims to provide a working environment free from any form of harassment, intimidation, victimisation or unjustifiable discrimination. We aim to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, race, colour, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, age or disability. All appointments are made purely on the basis of merit and ability.