British Orienteering is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic individual to the post of Northern Ireland Sporting Clubs Coordinator.

The role is for 30 hours per week and minimum of 6 months. The role is home based with travel required across Northern Ireland.

British Orienteering is looking for candidates who are passionate about sports development, to work with a range of partners to engage people in the sport of orienteering. Candidates must be enthusiastic, energetic and approachable and have experience of working with a wide range of people.

British Orienteering alongside Sport NI is bringing the sport of orienteering to local communities across Northern Ireland and the successful candidates will work closely with clubs, hubs, volunteers and external partners to deliver increases in participation and membership.

Candidates will be required to maintain pre-existing projects across Northern Ireland – Satellite Orienteering Hubs that will require ongoing development, support and steering. For this, candidates will need to be flexible and able to work weekday evenings and weekends where appropriate.

More information can be found in the job description and person specification here

To apply please send your CV by 5 pm on Friday 2nd August 2019 with a covering letter detailing why you feel you are suitable for the role to [email protected].

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 21st August 2019 in Belfast.

For more information please contact Craig Anthony, Head of Development on 07342 882530.

Tennis Ireland seek to appoint the following:

Development Management and Child Safeguarding Officer

High Performance Director

For more information visit:

Job Title: Sales & Marketing Officer

Department: Sales & Marketing

Reporting to: Commercial Manager

Hours of work: 35 hours per week.  However, the nature of the post will require a high degree of flexibility involving evenings and weekends as dictated by operational requirements of the business.

Duration: Permanent    

Closing date: 22 July at 12noon

Sales Marketing Officer – Job Description


Pathways Coach & Administrator (Part-time, 3.5 days/week)
Salary £15,400 per annum (£22,000 pro rata)

Based at Ulster University, Jordanstown

Athletics Northern Ireland is working in collaboration with British Athletics (BA) and the other Home Country Athletics Federations (HCAF) to align the Talent pathway across all areas of the UK with the aim of transferring junior to senior success and reducing the dropout rate of 14 – 17-year olds. This work is focused at the ‘Performance Foundation’ level, which sits at the top of Event Group and bottom of Event Specialist, on the Athletics NI Athlete Development Pathway (ADP).
The post holder will co -ordinate and deliver support to a core group of Youth Academy athletes and their coaches including delivery and reporting on Physical and Technical Preparation sessions, Strength Diagnostics and regular liaison with assigned physiotherapists. The post will also provide administration related to athlete benchmarking, profiling, selection and competition policies.
For more information and to download the application pack please visit, email [email protected] or telephone 028 9060 2707. No CVs will be considered

Interviews will be held on Friday 2nd August 2019 at Athletics House, Mary Peters Track, Belfast
Athletics Northern Ireland is an equal opportunities employer
Closing Date 5pm on Thursday 25th July 2019

This is a British Athletics Funded post

Northern Cricket Union: Club and Workforce Development Officer

Primary Location:      Northern Cricket Union Office, Stormont Estate, Belfast

The Northern Cricket Union wishes to recruit a full time Club and Workforce Development Officer to deliver key areas of the Union’s Strategic Plan and Cricket Ireland’s Strategic Plan in relation to Club and Workforce (Coaches, Officials and Volunteers) Development.

Reporting to the General Manager, the post holder will be required to lead the strategic and business planning process for Club and Workforce development within the region, ensuring areas of strategic focus (including but not limited to boys’/girls’/mens’/womens’ cricket, culture & diversity etc) are being addressed within the Club environment, to grow the game of cricket.

A detailed Job Description and further details on the application process can be downloaded from

The closing date for the receipt of applications is 12 noon on Monday 15th July 2019.  Subsequent interviews will take place during the week beginning Monday 29th July 2019.

The Northern Cricket Union is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination.