JOBS: Stewards Administrative Intern

08
Feb
2018

The Motor Sports Association, national governing body of UK four-wheel motor sport, seeks a Stewards Administrative Intern to be based at its office in Colnbrook (near Heathrow Airport). This is a full-time position on a six-month fixed term contract.

Main responsibilities will include – but not be limited to – providing admin support to the MSA Stewards Coordinator, confirming Stewards’ appointments, processing Stewards’ reports and processing Stewards’ expense claims.

For the full job description and how to apply, click here.

The deadline for applications is Friday 23 February.

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