England Handball - SW Regional Delivery Partners Manager

England Handball

Salary: £14,189 per annum (£25,000 pro rata)
Location: South West region
Type of Contract: Part- time 21 hours per week fixed term to 31st December 2020
Closing Date: Wednesday 8th November Interview Date: w/c 20th November

Following a successful funding bid to The European Handball Federation, England Handball is seeking to fill an exciting vacancy within its team to lead on a fast developing and important area of its work.

The South West Regional Delivery Partners Manager will be responsible for leading and managing development of handball in the South West region of England through the creation of sustainable, high quality opportunities and partnerships that increase participation in the game at all levels in line with the EHA's strategic plan objectives.

The postholder will coordinate, and work, with a range of core market partners, to provide high-quality participation and workforce development opportunities to handball stakeholders across the region. They will work in partnership with prioritised local clubs, County Sports Partnerships, local authorities and other key organisations, including those in the education sector.

The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate experience of managing sport in a community environment, partnership working to deliver sports development activities, a current knowledge and understanding of sports development strategies and policy, and the structures of education based and community sport.

For an informal discussion about the post, please call: Stacey Andrews, National Partnerships Manager (07794 498122)

How to Apply: For a copy of the job description and an application form visit www.englandhandball.com/about-us/jobs-in-handball
Please send a covering letter and completed application form to: stacey.andrews@englandhandball.com

In line with its policy on Equality & Diversity, the EHA is keen to encourage applications from women and members of black and minority ethnic groups as well as people with a disability.