Angling Trust Vacancies
Salary £8,500 per annum
Part time – 20 hours per week
Monday to Friday 4 hrs/day.
Location: Office-based Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated and professional individual to join our Ilkeston office.
The successful applicant will undertake a wide range of duties in our busy Ilkeston office, providing reception and administrative support to the Finance and Business; Competitions; and Coaching teams located at that office as well to the wider organisation.
This is a rewarding and varied job with excellent opportunities to develop your skills.
You will enjoy working with a small, friendly and dedicated team who share your passion for delivering an extremely high standard of work to our members as well as passion for the outdoor environment.
A good standard of education and interpersonal skills are important.
You will be office based at the Angling Trust offices in Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
The Angling Trust is the National Governing Body and unified representative organisation for coarse, game and sea angling in England. It is working for the future of angling through environmental, lobbying and education programmes, as well as delivering competitions, managing our national teams and developing commercial opportunities.
A detailed job description can be downloaded here. Further information about the position can be obtained from the Finance Controller, Rosemarie Chapman, on email@example.com or via 0115 822 4660.
Applicants should download and complete an application form and diversity monitoring form and send them marked “Personal” to Debbi O'Brien, Angling Trust, The Old Police Station, Wharncliffe Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, DE7 5GF or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is Monday, 24th April, 2017. We may close the recruitment early depending on applications. Interviews will be held at our Ilkeston, Derbyshire, office.
Independent Non-Executive Directors
Voluntary role - Travel expenses payableThe Angling Trust is seeking independent non-executive directors, due to the scheduled retirement of existing board members.
The Angling Trust Ltd. is the English National Governing Body and unified representative organisation for coarse, game and sea angling in England and Wales. It has a wide ranging role which includes:
- Campaigning and lobbying to protect the water environment, fish stocks and anglers’ rights
- Promoting participation in angling, particularly to under-represented groups and deprived backgrounds
- Organising competitions at a national and international level.
One or more of the Directors may be nominated by the membership of the Trust. This is an opportunity for members to have a clear voice on the Board to ensure that policies and strategies reflect the needs of the membership.
There are quarterly Board meetings and each director usually sits on at least one committee, with each committee also sitting quarterly. Board meetings are held in London. Occasionally there will be a need to meet in the evenings or at weekends. These are voluntary roles; directors are not remunerated, but travel expenses are payable.
Angling Trust is an equal opportunities employer. We would particularly welcome nominations from individuals representing groups currently under-represented on our board: women, minority ethnic and disabled people. An interest in sports development, membership organisations or environmental issues would be an advantage. We would welcome applications/nominations from people with no knowledge of angling but strategic management experience from another sector.
Applicants should complete an application form and diversity monitoring form and send it, along with a current CV or a description of the skills, knowledge and attributes you would bring to the Boardroom, marked “Personal” to Georgina Miller, Company Secretary, Angling Trust, Eastwood House, 6 Rainbow Street, Leominster, HR6 8DQ.
Closing date for applications 16 June 2017.
- If you wish to volunteer to work for the Angling Trust please complete the application form below.
Team England Fly Fishing (TEFF)Team England Fly Fishing has a number of opportunities for volunteers to help support the delivery of competitive fly fishing activities, positions include;
- Rivers International Coordinator
- Coaching & Development Manager
To understand more about each of the roles above please download the relevant pdf at the bottom of this page.
If you would like to discuss any of these roles in more detail please contact Senior Competitions & Talent Manager Ben Thompson via email at email@example.com
You will also find an application form, guidance notes and equality monitoring form at the bottom of this page. You can find out more about volunteering with the Angling Trust by clicking here and view our Volunteer Handbook here