It is an exciting time to get involved in Badminton with lots of activity and clubs now back playing. Our ambition is to be the biggest participation sport in the country, bringing people and communities together through Badminton. We are on an exciting journey to show that Badminton is a diverse sport for everyone and can be enjoyed at all levels from social and recreational play all the way through to performance.
Badminton Scotland are the national governing body for Badminton in Scotland. Our role is to increase participation, develop and support clubs plus accelerate the growth of the sport across the country. We are looking for the right person to join our committed Team of Regional Development Officers.
The Regional Development Officers have a key role to play, working with partners and other organisations across the area to contribute to the overall Badminton Scotland strategy and deliver key activities to support this including:
Additionally, the RDO has a key role to play, working with colleagues and partners to support the promotion and encourage our members, and others, to engage with the opportunities available on the coach education pathway, competitions and further participation.
If you want to be part of a dynamic energetic Team and are passionate about developing sport, clubs, competitions and people, then this is the job for you.
How to Apply
To apply, please click 'Apply Now' to submit a CV and covering letter to Nicky Waterson, explaining how your skills and experience are best suited to enhance the Regional Development Officer Team and provide some examples of how you have developed sport or clubs within a specific setting.
Salary range is currently £23,600 to £28,000 dependant on relevant experience, with a generous annual leave entitlement, paid sick leave and access to a contributory pension scheme.
If you would like to discuss the position further, please contact Nicky Waterson, Head of Engagement at [email protected] or 07398121009.
Deadline for applications is Sunday 14 August 2022;
Note that any applications which are not emailed including both CV and covering letter will not be assessed.