We are looking for ambitious and courageous people as we continue to drive through the Reset phase of our ambitious vision to Reset, Build and Excel as a world class governing body over the next 10 years. See “Reset, Build, Excel An ambitious vision of Scottish Hockey (link here)” for more information on this. This is an exciting time to get involved with our organisation as we embark on a new era. Closing date for interest and application for these roles is the 15th of July 2022

 

Non-Executive Commercial Director

 

We are looking for an experienced Non-Executive Commercial Director to join us at this extremely exciting time. This role will ensure Scottish Hockey has a commercial strategic lead for the organisation. It will support the CEO and Board to create and deliver a commercial strategy and business plan to support Scottish Hockey’s ambitious vision. A key role will be to ensure investment opportunities and new revenue streams are identified and secured. Skills are required in negotiation and in attracting new commercial partners for the organisation.

 

See the role profile attached for more information on how to apply on this (link here)

 

Company Secretary

 

We seek an experienced Company Secretary to be responsible for the efficient administration of the company, particularly with regard to ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and for ensuring that decisions of the board of directors are documented and implemented.

 

See the role profile attached for more information on how to apply on this (link here)

  

Committee Members

 

As part of our governance Reset see “Governance Reset (link here) we are looking for Committee members for the following new committees. New members of these committees will play a key part in finalising the terms of reference and function of these committees.

 

Corporate Governance Committee (link for proposed TOR here)

 

We would welcome interest from people with expertise in finance, risk and governance to ensure we are compliant with the sport governance framework and good corporate governance.

 

People Committee (link for proposed TOR here)

 

We would welcome interest from people who care about people. People are at the centre of everything we do and an integral part of realising our vision. We are particularly interested in those with knowledge and passion in HR, safeguarding, wellbeing, equality, diversity and inclusion

 

If you are interested in giving back to sport in either of these rewarding roles, please contact Martin Shepherdson – Chair [email protected] or Barry Cawte – Chief Executive [email protected]

 

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

All Scottish Hockey job applications must be accompanied with an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Please submit it with your application. It will immediately be separated from your application and the information contained will not be seen by anyone on the interview panel.

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    This definition includes impairments that relate to mobility; manual dexterity; physical
    coordination; continence; ability to lift, carry or otherwise move everyday objects; speech,
    hearing or eyesight; memory or ability to concentrate, learn or understand; or, perception of the
    risk of physical danger, and also includes mental illness or mental health problems; learning
    disabilities; dyslexia; diabetes; epilepsy; and HIV, cancer and multiple sclerosis, from the point of
    diagnosis. (Note: This definition is provided in guidance on disability monitoring published by Trade Unions
    Congress, as recommended by the Disability Rights Commission).
    In terms of the Equality Act 2010, Scottish Hockey will take steps to make reasonable adjustments within the workplace to avoid those who have a disability in terms of the Act from suffering a disadvantage in comparison to those who are not disabled.

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