Tennis Scotland is looking to strengthen is Board of Directors by recruiting a Director of Participation and a Director of Governance each on a three year term.
Volunteer opportunities currently exist for passionate and experienced individuals to join the Board of Tennis Scotland, the national governing body for tennis, to help shape our future. In this exciting era for the sport, we now want to build on the profile created by our players and coaches over the last 5-10 years to ‘Deliver a Legacy’ for tennis in Scotland and an enthusiasm for participation and success. You might be the right person to help us on the next stage of our journey.
We are looking to hear from you if you have a strategic mind, are a good communicator and a strong team player. Previous experience of working as part of a Board as well as having a passion for tennis would be desirable. For the Director of Participation role, experience of developing sport would be desirable. For the Director of Governance role, a legal background would be desirable. For both roles, experience of working alongside a professional and motivated team would strengthen your application. Detailed Job Descriptions and Personal Specifications of both roles can be found below.
Full Job Specifications can be found at https://www3.lta.org.uk/in-your-area/Scotland/news/May-2017/Board-Recruitment-Opportunities—Governance-Director–Participation-Director/
Please submit a letter of interest along with a short CV specifying which position you are applying for, to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively, please post this in confidence FAO Pete Nicolson, Tennis Scotland, 177 Colinton Road, Edinburgh, EH14 1BZ.
The closing date for applicants is 31st May 2017. Interviews will be held early in June 2017.
About Tennis Scotland
Tennis Scotland is the governing body for tennis in Scotland. We work closely with the LTA and sportscotland to develop the sport across the country - from grassroots in clubs, schools and parks through to providing the best coaching and facilities for the next generation of Scottish tennis stars.