Basketball Wales Job Advert
|Job Title:||Basketball Wales Administrator|
|Contract Type:||One Year Fixed Term Contract|
|Hours of work:||17.5 hours per week|
|Pay:||£17,000 per annum pro-rata, plus benefits including pension and annual leave|
|Location:||Home-based primarily with some travel for meetings. Meetings are usually held at Sport Wales offices, Cardiff , CF11 9SW|
|Closing Date||25th May 2018|
|Interview Dates||Week commencing 4th June 2018|
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a paid, part-time Administrator to join Basketball Wales and provide administrative support to the Board of Directors in delivering services to our diverse membership and the wider Basketball community in Wales, as Basketball Wales increases its focus on grassroots development and on opportunities to grow the sport.
We require a pro-active individual with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the successful candidate will play a pivotal role across the performance, participation and educational activities of Basketball Wales. They will have strong organisational skills, have good attention-to-detail, be able to work independently and interact with the Directors and with our members across Wales.
- General Administration
- Day-to-day administrative tasks, including dealing with membership queries, maintaining the National Body’s events calendar;
- Provide transactional support to the Finance Director, including upkeep of the finance system;
- Support the Safeguarding Officer in maintaining governance policies and related controls; and
- Aid with the processing of DBS checks and compliance of members and volunteers.
- Provide organisational support for the delivery of coaching, officiating and other courses.
- Collaborating with the Board to organise and deliver an audit of membership to help identify areas for the further services to be provided.
- Provide administrative support for the delivery of the Mini Basketball Award Scheme and for the delivery of pilot programmes for Clubs and Communities.
- Provide administrative support to the National Teams, including record-keeping, compliance with safeguarding requirements and centralising the organization of events.
The list above is not to be considered exclusive or exhaustive as there may be other duties and requirements associated with the post, which the Board may call upon the post holder to perform.
To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter outlining why you would be a good fit for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org
This post is supported by Sport Wales