- Closing date: 12 noon Monday 30th March 2015
- Salary: Competitive salary
Sport and physical activity are an integral part of the undergraduate and graduate student and staff experience at the University of Cambridge. Provision for sport is shared between the Colleges, the University sporting clubs and the University. Cambridge University is recognised internationally as a centre for excellence in sport, with participation in high profile sporting events such as the Boat Race and Varsity matches against Oxford. Cambridge is currently ranked 14th in the British Universities and Colleges Sport year end rankings.
- Closing date: Tuesday 31st March 2015
- Salary: £16000 p.a.
<p>Digital Research Intern If your passion is for sport you'll know that ESPN is the leading sports network in the world, with premier performances and out-of-this-world technology. ESPN are looking for a dynamic and creative Intern to work in the exciting and fast-paced digital world, helping to drive ESPN's various Website and Mobile App entities (such as ESPN.co.uk, ESPNFC, ESPNCricinfo and ESPN.com).</p>
- Closing date: Wednesday 1st April 2015
- Salary: £22,685 - £25,513 p.a.
The role will support a number of our sports clubs, which may include martial arts, dance and acrobatic forms plus others. The successful candidate would be responsible for ensuring all sports maximise their potential and support the development of these sports and their coaches. The individual will be well organised and committed to the development of NTU sport.
- Closing date: Sunday 5th April 2015
- Salary: £19,000
Want to work in sport and be part of the one of the UK's premier sites for sport, health, wellbeing and leisure? Interested in working for professional sports teams and on major sporting events? Passionate for sport at all levels from grassroots to elite competition? We have an exciting opportunity for a creative, forward-thinking and commercially driven individual to join our energetic Marketing and Communications team.
- Closing date: Tuesday 7th April 2015
- Salary: £8.36 per hour (plus shift allowance)
The successful candidate will join a large and successful team who support a wide range of activities associated with the operation of a large, diverse range of sporting facilities. The role requires supporting the day-to-day operation of a diverse Sports Centre and the wider delivery of sports based programmes, providing an excellent level of customer service at all times
- Closing date: Tuesday 7th April 2015
- Salary: £24,775 to £30,434
Lancaster University Students' Union is seeking to employ a dynamic individual to take up the role of Sports Development Manager. You will join us at an exciting and challenging time as we work collaboratively with the University to enhance and communicate sporting pathways that reflect our top 10 standing.
- Closing date: Friday 17th April 2015
- Salary: Salary: £18,031 - £20,198 per annum.
Cardiff University are looking for an enthusiastic and reliable individual who will assist the management and operation of sports grounds and associated services within the University.
- Closing date: Tuesday 21st April 2015
- Salary: 37k plus incentive based pay
British Fencing, the National Governing Body for Fencing, is seeking two Participation Programme Managers to join their small but dynamic team. British Fencing is positioning itself at the leading edge of NGB participation work through innovative and insight-led strategies to drive sustainable participation. This is the opportunity to be involved by "changing the game" in terms of its approach to delivering participation increase and long term sustainability in sport development.
- Closing date: Saturday 2nd May 2015
- Salary: £200 per week and travel expenses
<p>Stirling University Boat Club are looking for a coach to help the highly talented team develop and succeed at next year's BUCS competition.</p>
- Closing date: Wednesday 6th May 2015
- Salary: Up to £25.00 per hour
The University of East London is one of the leading sporting Universities in London, and has many sports clubs that compete at the highest level in University competitions (BUCS). Our combined rugby club consists of 1 men's 1st XV and 1 women's 1st XV, and have a new committee in place for the next academic year. With support from the RFU, we are aiming to improve the development of the club on and off the field of play, with the overall objectives of increasing our playing membership and gaining league promotions.