Sport Aberdeen in partnership with Scottish Gymnastics
Gymnastics Pathways Coordinator
Position available: Full-time, 37 hours per week
Duration: Fixed-term [initially up to March 2019]
Salary: £23,703.68 per annum (£12.32 per hour)
Sport Aberdeen, in partnership with Scottish Gymnastics has an exciting new role as Pathways Coordinator. We are looking for someone who has a passion for developing the sport of gymnastics across Aberdeen City.
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Claire McDonald, Senior Development Manager [Sport] email@example.com or 01224 047919
Closing date for applications: 12am (midnight) Sunday 22 October 2017
Interviews are scheduled to take place on Monday, 30 October 2017
How to apply: online application form
Education Programme Manager
Salary: Circa. £24,000 - £26,000 (dependent on experience)
Status of Role: Full time (37.5hrs / week)
Place of work: Caledonia House, South Gyle, Edinburgh
Scottish Gymnastics has embarked on an exciting journey with a 12-year strategy which will see the growth of ‘a strong Scottish Gymnastics, inspiring and nurturing emerging talent’.
Using your communication and organisational skills, you will be responsible for the management of all matters relating to formal coach and judge education. You will work closely with the Head of Performance & Education, Performance Coach Development Manager and British Gymnastics to ensure there is a detailed programme of a progressive education qualifications and relevant support programme across all disciplines for Scotland’s gymnastics workforce.
In addition you will have responsibility for the recruitment, development and deployment of Scottish Gymnastics’ tutor workforce; ensuring world class delivery across all workshops and courses.
The successful candidate will have experience in managing projects and delivering multiple projects at the same time along with budget management experience. The role requires candidates to be able to influence and be able to develop strong, effective working relationships with key partners and stakeholders. Having an understanding of coach development, coaching behaviours, progressive coach education pathways, awarding bodies and experience of gymnastics is desirable.
Candidates will require excellent interpersonal and communication skills along with the ability to work on their own initiative, is pro-active and able to manage multiple projects and deliver to deadlines. Candidates will need knowledge of Microsoft Office products and a knowledge of the sports industry.
If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Giles Lomax, Performance Coach Development Manager on 07912 937 567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you think you are right for Scottish Gymnastics and this role excites you, please send us a letter of application outlining your experience, along with a copy of your CV to email@example.com to arrive no later than 5pm on Thursday 19 October. Interviews will be held on Friday 27 October at Caledonia House, Edinburgh and will consist of a formal interview and task allocated on the day.
Scottish Gymnastics 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 discrimination. All appointments are made purely on the basis of merit and ability.
Team Manager Recruitment for Representative Competitions
This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidates to play a major part in delegations attending competitions representing Scottish Gymnastics (SG) and Scotland. We are looking to recruit a pool of up to 12 Team Managers, for future representative competitions in 2018 and beyond across all SG disciplines for which gymnasts will qualify and also be selected.
The Team Manager is a crucial role within the delegation attending these events. Working with the Scottish Gymnastics Performance Team, the successful candidates will be expected to lead on the management of delegations attending events within the UK and Europe. The Team Manager will lead on co-ordinating and communicating all team-related information to the gymnasts, coaches and officials.
This is a voluntary role but all expenses will be covered by Scottish Gymnastics.
Deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 6 November 2017.
When applying please be aware that if you are successful, you need to be available to attend interviews being held on 29 or 30 November 2017 at Caledonia House, Edinburgh, complete an online training course in January and attend the Team Manager training workshop which also takes place in Caledonia House, Edinburgh on Saturday 3 February 2018.
If you think this role is for you please complete the application form. If you have questions about the role please get in touch with Wendy Purdie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0131 271 9746 to discuss further.
Board Advisory Group Members
Scottish Gymnastics are looking for people to join Board Advisory Groups.
As part of our exciting 12-year journey with the clear vision of ‘a strong Scottish Gymnastics, inspiring and nurturing emerging talent’, we are focussed on delivering strategic objectives in four key, interdependent areas: clubs, people, gymnasts and corporate.
To help the Scottish Gymnastics Board deliver these objectives, we are setting up Board Advisory Groups, to focus on clubs, pathways and governance.
Each group’s role is advisory, making recommendations and providing updates to the board. Their purpose is to help drive the sport in Scotland by identifying priorities from the long-term strategy and annual operating plan.
Within each group, there will be project groups or subgroups to address opportunities or activities over different time periods, as priorities emerge. Working groups will be set up to inform and support the delivery of agreed priorities.
The Clubs Board Advisory Group will focus on commercial opportunities, communication and events.
The Pathways Advisory Group will include the existing HPAG and also focus on performance pathway development and coaches and officials.
The Governance Board Advisory Group will focus on standards, systems and controls alongside the existing Remuneration Advisory Group and the Conduct in Sport Panel.
How can you help?
We need expertise from within our membership to contribute to these groups which will ideally be made up of a mix of board directors, members, and staff to give an informed view on strategic direction, delivery and monitoring the success of the work.
We are looking for people interested in joining any of the three board advisory groups. The role requires a commitment of on average of four meetings per year and is not remunerated.
If you are interested in helping prioritise and shape the work of Scottish Gymnastics, we would love to hear from you.
Please get in touch with Lara Gregson at email@example.com or 0131 271 9736 to discuss further.