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Could You Be Sport Ireland’s New ‘Women in Sport’ Leader?

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Sport Ireland are on the hunt for a new leader to develop and promote the involvement of women and girls in a range of sports across the country.
From leadership, to participation levels, to driving performance, the Women in Sport lead will contribute to Sport Ireland’s strategy for a world class sports sector.

 

Reporting to the Director of Participation and Ethics, the successful candidate would be expected to:

  • Oversee the development, implementation and monitoring of Sport Ireland’s Women in Sport Policy
  • Promote and advocate policy links and strategic actions in areas of crossover between the work of Sport Ireland and that of other Government departments and organisations
  • Support the auditing and evaluation of funded initiatives under the Women in Sport Programme
  • Work with Sport Ireland Communication’s unit in the promotion of the WIS communications campaigns
  • Advise on the development of future initiatives which will enhance the role of WIS and the wider area of inclusion in sport
  • Provide leadership & guidance in the development of women’s leadership role in sport, working closely with the Organisational Development and Change unit to enhance the development of Women’s role in sport.

The post-holder will be expected to have at least five years’ experience at a senior management level in the area of sports participation, strategy development and implementation, of which at least three should be within a large organisation operating at national level.

The search is being led by Tanya Madigan of Orange Recruitment and the closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 13th February.

Click here for more details on the post and how you can apply. 

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