JudoScotland Board Member (Co-option)

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JudoScotland Board Member (Co-option)

Posted: 10/02/2017

Following the recent departure of a JudoScotland Board member, we are keen to invite applications from individuals willing to be co-opted onto the JudoScotland Board through to the 2017 Annual General meeting (AGM) in the first instance. The JudoScotland AGM will take place on Saturday 2nd September 2017. 

JudoScotland

As the sportscotland-recognised national governing body for the Olympic sport of Judo, JudoScotland (JS) represents our members, clubs, individual disciplines and hundreds of qualified, enthusiastic and committed volunteers delivering judo across Scotland.

We believe that the Olympic sport of Judo has the potential to have a major impact on the lives of the Scottish population and in particular on our younger citizens. Our sport has an inherent ability to engender respect for others, a sense of fair-play, develops a personal confidence and self-discipline within its participants, along with the obvious potential for an improvement in physical fitness.

Job Description

A Board Member job description can be found here.

The successful applicant will be expected to attend approximately six to eight Board meetings per year (pro-rata) and will be invited to various JudoScotland events.

How to apply

To indicate your interest in this post, please forward the following documentation to: the Chief Executive officer, JudoScotland, South Platt Hill, Ratho, Newbridge, EH28 8AA:

  • A one page Curriculum Vitae;
  • A covering letter outlining your reasons for wanting to join the Board and;
  • A completed skills audit matrix (which can be accessed here).

Please note that the closing date for this position is 1200 hours on Friday 10 March 2017.

Equality

JudoScotland is fully committed to the principles of equality and equal opportunities and is responsible for ensuring that no member, employee, or job applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, gender, disability, race, ethnic origin, nationality, colour, parental or marital status, pregnancy, religious belief, class or social background, sexual preference or political belief.