High Performance Beach Coach and Programme Manager

Scottish Volleyball, in partnership with FIVB and sportscotland, is seeking to recruit a High-Performance Beach Coach and Programme Manager to plan, implement and lead the development of our High-Performance Beach athletes and programmes in Scotland, adding expertise, value and focus to our national beach development initiatives and deliver on our performance planning objectives.

This post is initially offered for a 12-month fixed term contract. Subsequent funding for a continuation of the High-Performance Head Coach and Programme Manager position (past the initial 12-month appointment) will be dependent on a review of the role and the positive results against outcomes set within the initial appointment. The successful candidate will share our passion and vision for the development of High-Performance beach volleyball and the appointed person will be required to demonstrate a proven record of successful work with elite beach athletes and programmes. Knowledge required for the role includes finance management, project delivery, IT, and statistical analysis, together with excellent leadership, planning, and communication skills. (Spoken English is essential). Required also is the ability to influence, network and develop elite coaching and coaching contacts successfully within beach volleyball at an international level.

The job advert and specifications can be found below:

To apply please provide a Curriculum Vitae, two named references with contact details and cover letter on your suitability for the role and what you would offer to this position if you were successfully appointed.

High Performance Beach Coach and Programme Manager

12-month Fixed Term Contract Salary Range FTE: £34,000 to £42,000 per annum.

Based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Previous candidate applications for this post shall be considered.

Please return all completed forms to HR@scottishvolleyball.org

Closing Date: 1700hrs (GMT) Wednesday 21st June 2023

We will be in touch following the closing date with successful applicants to arrange an interview which will be held initially by conference call.

If you would like to discuss this role informally before applying, please contact Scottish Volleyball’s CEO Margaret Ann Fleming MBE, HR@scottishvolleyball.org info@scottishvolleyball.org

Any offer would be subject to all relevant visa requirements being completed and financed by the successful candidate, an International Child Protection Certificate, a current Police criminal record check and the return of you two named references to Scottish Volleyball.

Scottish Volleyball is an equal opportunities employer and aims to provide a working environment free from any form of harassment, intimidation, victimisation, or discrimination. We aim to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, race or ethnic origin, LGBT+ identity, age, or disability. All appointments are made purely based on merit and ability.