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National Development Manager

Netball Scotland

Netball Scotland is the National Governing Body of Netball in Scotland, responsible for the governance and development of the sport across the country.

Posted
20 Jan 2023
Status
Full Time
Permanent
Location
Scotland
Closing date
8 Feb 2023

The Role:

The National Development Manager will have ownership, accountability, and responsibility for leading the successful delivery of national strategies in order to deliver Netball Scotland’s (NS’) corporate strategy.

Strategic Priorities:

  • Lead the development, implementation, and activation of the Education Strategy which increases the quality and quantity of coaches, officials & workforce across the domestic and performance pathways.
  • Lead the development, and implementation of the Volunteer Strategy to support growth and development of the sport across Scotland.
  • Lead the development and activation of a domestic Competition Framework which supports and aligns to the ambitions of the performance pathway.
  • Lead on the planning and delivery of national development projects which support Netball Scotland’s strategic priorities.

Operational Priorities

Operational Excellence

  • Line-manage, lead, and motivate the Education & Workforce Officer responsible for administration and coordination of all tasks related to Education and Training courses, workshops, events, and competitions.
  • Line-manage, lead, and motivate a high performing team of Tutors & Assessors responsible for educating and training a network of volunteers and professionals to support the needs of the sport across Scotland.
  • Work collaboratively with the Director of Development, Head of Growth and Membership & Ticketing Manager to utilise data, trend analysis and insights to effectively plan and forecast development operational plans and KPIs in line with annual budget and operational planning process.
  • Work collaboratively with National Development Managers (NDMs) and Netball Development Officers (NDOs) to activate local delivery of education and training and promote volunteer and competition opportunities.
  • Regularly review plans to ensure objectives are being delivered, and to ensure activity is effective and impactful.
  • Establish and manage effective relationships with key external partners, stakeholders, and European/International netball federations to inform and influence their agendas to benefit NS and its people, and to enhance NS’ education proposition for members, workforce, and volunteers.
  • Be the lead contact for NS for a portfolio of local authority partners.
  • Represent NS at Local, Regional & National Forums.
  • Prepare informative reports for the Board, CEO, Director of Development, and other key partners/stakeholders against key performance indicators as required.
  • Strive to deliver a culture of continuous improvement, operational excellence, and purpose driven approach.

Education & Training

  • Lead on all product innovation and development, ensuring that NS remains at the forefront of new technologies, advancements and legislative/regulatory developments in sports education and training.
  • Lead the management, review and evaluation of education systems and processes to ensure optimum efficiencies, impact, and productivity.
  • Lead the review, creation, and development of resource content to ensure it meets the needs of a growing membership and pathway.
  • Lead the creation and management of a portfolio of innovative and engaging educational resources, products, programmes, and training opportunities to increase the quality and quantity of workforce and drive additional income streams.
  • Lead on training and development of Tutors, Assessors, Match Bench Officials and Volunteers to support delivery of a performing pathway.
  • Lead on provision of education and training needs of the Elite Coach Mentoring & Pathway to Elite Development Programmes with a key focus on, but not limited to, leadership qualities & behaviours and providing access to opportunities to progress tactical and technical knowledge.
  • Support all areas of the business to ensure appropriate, effective education & development products and programmes are delivered as required.

Full Job Description can be downloaded here

Person Specification can be downloaded here

How to Apply

Please click 'Apply Now' to submit your application addressed to Karen Dunn by the closing date of 5pm on Wednesday 8th February 2023.

Shortlisting will take place on Friday 10th February with successful applicants invited to interview on Monday 20th February 2023.


Additional Information

Status
Full Time
Permanent
Job Type
Community
Governing Body Role
Sport
Netball
Salary information
£27,000 - 34,999

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