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Tom Hall

For more information or to discuss the Senior Project Office or the School Games Co-ordinator role please contact:

Tom Hall

01452 393 609

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Geetha Dean

For more information or to discuss the Digital Media Officer role please contact:

Geetha Dean

01452 303 528

Current vacancies

SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER £24 – 28k (1 Year Contract)

A talented Senior Project Officer / Community Project Manager who believes in the value of getting people active, is needed to join us on a 12 month contract (secondments are welcome and depending on funding there is also the possibility that the role will be extended).

You can expect an exciting role, visiting areas of the county, project managing our Satellite Club Programme whilst supporting the management and development of community projects that encourage positive change to the least active.

Experience within physical activity / sports is not required, in fact, we would actively encourage applications from candidates who have not always loved sport or physical activity themselves but can demonstrate the ability to motivate, engage and empower everyone to get active every day.

Reporting to the Physical Activity Specialist for Children and Young People the Senior Project Officer / Community Project Manager will take the lead on the effective delivery, monitoring and evaluation of the Sport England Satellite Clubs programme. On a day-to-day basis expect to build effective relationships with a range of organisations, manage budgets, attend networking events, contribute to training events, prepare reports, develop a sustainability plan, share learning, arrange and coordinate meetings, activities and events, identify opportunities to grow and anything else necessary to ensure the successful delivery of specific community programmes that target those who are least active such as ‘Beat the Street’.

To qualify … You could be a Senior Project Officer / Community Project Manager or similar with a CV that demonstrates:

  • Experience, at grass roots level, engaging underrepresented groups in new activities;
  • Project management experience across a number of projects;
  • An understanding of the barriers and enablers to physical activity;
  • Experience of managing finances and budgets;
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
  • The ability to manage multiple priorities, troubleshoot and meet deadlines;
  • The ability to develop effective relationships and partnerships with a range of organisations;
  • A personal commitment to the vision and values of Active Gloucestershire.

Due to the nature of the role you will need to have a full UK Driving Licence or the ability to get around the county.

This is a rare opportunity for a Senior Project Officer / Community Project Manager to make a real difference to people’s lives and our success.

Closing date: Friday 6th April

Interview date: Monday 16th April 2018

Please download the full job description from the resources section on the left hand side of this page for more details of the role.

HOW TO APPLY - If this position inspires you, please complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, which you can download from the resources section, and send applications to Geetha Dean.

Digital Marketing Executive (22.5 hours/0.6 FTE)

Are you passionate about social engagement through digital channels? Do you have a genuine interest in community, physical activity and wellbeing?

We have the perfect job for a digitally–savvy, energetic and enthusiastic marketing executive who is looking for an exciting, part-time role where you can really make a difference.

We want you to help raise awareness about the great work that Active Gloucestershire and its partners do across the county. Our mission is to ensure that everyone in Gloucestershire is active every day.

We need someone who can:

  • Come up with creative ideas for digital campaigns
  • Manage social media, email campaigns and websites
  • Produce creative assets, including video, graphics and imagery, using tools to hand, as well as working with agencies
  • Engage appropriately, confidently and enthusiastically with people from all walks of life across the county

See the full Job Description in the resources section on the left hand side of this page and apply online

Closing date: Sunday 15th April

Interview date: Week commencing 23rd April 2018

PR/Events Specialist (22.5 hours/0.6 FTE)

We are looking for a talented, creative and experienced professional able to come up with exciting ways to engage with our networks across the county and to raise our profile in local, regional and national media.

Do you have a genuine interest in community, physical activity and wellbeing? We need you to get behind our mission for everyone in Gloucestershire to be active every day. We work with hundreds of partners to make this happen and raising theirs and our profile is critical to success.

We need someone who:

  • Helps create new business opportunities through outreach and engagement
  • Is a master of storytelling, generating positive press attention
  • Is a confident and dynamic presenter, both written and oral
  • Is flexible and able to turn things around quickly

See the full Job Description in the resources section on the left hand side of this page and apply online

Closing date: Sunday 15th April

Interview date: Week commencing 23rd April 2018

School Games Co-ordinator

The School Games Coordinator will be pivotal in supporting the Head of Education in working across the education sector to increase the number of children and young people who are inspired to lead a long-term active life. This will include working with partners to develop a county-wide framework and set of priorities for PE and school sport in Gloucestershire, championing the key role that PE and school sport play in whole school wellbeing and education attainment, helping to coordinating a high quality advice and guidance service, and delivering the award winning county wide School Games and PE Primary Premium programmes.

Please download the full job description on the left for more details on the role.

If this challenge inspires you, please complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, which you can download from the resources section on the left hand side of this page, and send applications to Tom Hall.

The closing date for this role is Friday 30th March (or until the vacancy is filled).