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  • Anglia Ruskin University - Sports Projects Officer

    • Closing date: Friday 1st August 2014
    • Salary: £24,289 - £28,972 p.a.

    As a Sport Projects Officer, you will play a key role in delivering designated projects within our Sport England University Sport Activation Fund Delivery Plan, including leading on the development of the Peterborough Campus sports programme.

  • Anglia Ruskin University - Outdoor Activities Officer

    • Closing date: Friday 1st August 2014
    • Salary: £24,289 - £28,972 p.a. pro rata

    As an Outdoor Activities Officer, you will be leading on the co-ordination and delivery of the Active Anglia Outdoor Activities Programme whilst ensuring you represent our University to the highest standards at all times.

  • University of East London - University Tennis Coordinator

    • Closing date: Friday 1st August 2014
    • Salary: £21,545 to £23,734 pro rata per annum inclusive of London Weighting

    We are seeking an enthusiastic and competitive graduate to provide tennis expertise as part of our expanding sporting offer to students, staff and the wider community.

  • University of Surrey - Surrey Sports Park Senior Sports Development Manager

    • Closing date: Friday 1st August 2014
    • Salary: £27,000-£30,000 per annum

    <p>Are you an experienced sports professional who is able to excel in target driven environment?</p> <p>Surrey Sports Park is looking for a driven individual to lead the organisation's commercial sports programme.</p>

  • England Golf - Head of Training and Education

    • Closing date: Friday 1 August 2014 at 13:00
    • Salary: Salary Band 4 (£24,000 - £36,000 per annum + benefits)

    <p>The is a new role within England Golf and the Head of Training and Education will co-ordinate and manage the development and delivery of an extensive training and education programme within England Golf, with a particular focus on meeting the training and education needs of volunteers and paid staff within golf clubs.</p>

  • King's College London - Sports Participation Coordinator

    • Closing date: Tuesday 5th August 2014
    • Salary: £26,527 to £30,728 Grade 5 scale, currently , plus £2,323 London allowance per annum.

    The purpose of the role will be to: Ensure the King’s Sport participation programme is successfully centrally co-ordinated to provide opportunities for students to participate in a range of sporting opportunities whilst studying at the University.

  • Lancaster University - Sports Participation Coordinator x 2

    • Closing date: Tuesday 5th August 2014
    • Salary: £20,781 to £24,057

    Lancaster University Students' Union are looking for 2 dynamic individuals to take up our Sports Participation Coordinator (Activities & Communications) roles who will accompany a strong team of staff and student officers in delivering new and exciting participation opportunities.

  • Coventry University - Head Coach Netball

    • Closing date: Thursday 7th August 2014
    • Salary: TBC

    Coventry University is looking to recruit a new Head Coach to look after and develop there netball programme for the forthcoming season.

  • Anglia Ruskin University - Sports Marketing Officer

    • Closing date: Friday 8th August 2014
    • Salary: £24,289 - £28,972 p.a. pro rata

    As a Sports Marketing Officer you will ensure sport has a more visible presence throughout our University through the creation of a variety of marketing campaigns aimed at engaging a wider variety of students and staff.

  • Wasteland Ski - BUSC Intern Logistics, Events & Staffing Coordinator

    • Closing date: 17:30 Friday 8th August 2014
    • Salary: Competitive London Internship

    <p>Wasteland Ski and BUSC (British Universities Snowsports Council) are offering a competitive and exciting internship as a Logistics, Events and Staffing Coordinator. This opportunity is part of work aimed at the long term sustainability and development of the student snow sports programme throughout the UK.</p>

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