Boxing Scotland is a leading Scottish Governing Body of Sport.
In partnership with Sportscotland an exciting opportunity has arisen within Boxing Scotland whereby we hope to appoint a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to take the organisation forward.
With a clear focus on continued growth and increased members, the CEO will be responsible for the leadership of Boxing Scotland and the successful delivery of our four-year strategy 2019 – 2023, adopted by the Boxing Scotland Board in 2019. The CEO will also be responsible for leading the implementation of future strategic plans and for developing and maintaining successful key partner relationships.
The role requires an experienced leader, an exemplary relationship builder, a natural team worker and someone who is already used to operating at a senior level with numerous stakeholders in a complex sporting, political and increasingly commercial environment.
The CEO will inspire and motivate a highly regarded staff team to deliver exceptional service to members. The post holder will be part of and work alongside a supportive, strong and dynamic Board and will be prepared to strive for the marginal gains that lead to organisational success.
In addition, the CEO will be responsible for the development and implementation of annual operating and financial plans including key stakeholder investment.
The role will involve significant evening and full weekend working commitments. Therefore, the working hours will be flexible as will the place of work.
The post holder will report to the Boxing Scotland Board of Directors and will be line managed by the Boxing Scotland Chairman.
The post will be based in the Boxing Scotland office/National High-Performance Centre in Glasgow
Salary – circa £50 – 60,000 per annum (Dependent on Experience)
A Job Description can be downloaded below:
CV with cover letter should be forwarded to Marianne.Crichton@boxingscotland.org no later than midday Monday 16th November 2020.
The organisation is fully committed to equality of opportunity for all job applicants and aims to select people for employment on the basis of their skills, abilities, experience, knowledge and, where appropriate, qualifications and training. However, the organisation requires job applicants for this post to give the organisation permission to apply via Disclosure Scotland for a relevant disclosure under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007.
It is a legal requirement for the role that the successful applicant is a member of the PVG scheme and any subsequent employment offered will be on the condition that the requirement is successfully met.