The MSA, governing body of UK motor sports, is seeking a new Sporting Assistant. This is a permanent position.
Based at Motor Sports House, Colnbrook, and reporting to the Race, Speed and Kart Executive, the successful applicant’s duties will include – but not be limited to – the following:
This role might suit a recent graduate, although a degree is not a pre-requisite. Knowledge of, interest in, and enthusiasm for UK motor sport is highly desirable.
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is Friday 3 June2016, with an anticipated start date in July 2016.
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