Appointments: Development Manager

19
Jan
2017

The MSA, governing body of UK motor sports, is seeking a new Development Manager. This is a permanent position.

Predominantly based at Motor Sports House, Colnbrook, and reporting to the Director of Development, the successful applicant’s duties will include – but not be limited to – the following:

  • Manage all elements of club development, constantly reviewing and evolving the programme to maximise support for clubs.
  • Manage the regional team, supporting and monitoring the agreed areas of delivery and progress.
  • Work with key stakeholders to grow and sustain the volunteer workforce by developing and implementing volunteer recruitment and retention projects and initiatives.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with key volunteers through engagement with relevant committees, working groups, associations and clubs.
  • Effectively lead and manage a range of projects in a timely manner, maximising efficiency, sustainability and impact.
  • Work closely with MSA departments and staff encouraging cross-departmental working where appropriate.
  • Provide accurate reports as required, detailing qualitative and quantitative data relating to development projects and programmes.
  • Develop and manage a budget related to specific activities, projects and programmes.

For the full job description please click HERE.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to Sheila.barter@msauk.org by 12.00noon on 1 February 2017.

The MSA is an equal opportunities organisation which welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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