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Go Motorsport Regional Development Officer (South East England)

The Motor Sports Association, national governing body of UK motor sport, seeks a motivated individual to assist with its development programme for motor sport as a Go Motorsport Regional Development Officer (RDO).

The ideal candidate will be well-presented and articulate as the role will involve working with local motor clubs and making presentations to groups. It is essential that the RDO is a motivated self-starter, can demonstrate an ability to work independently and is prepared to work evenings and/or weekends if required.

A strong understanding of domestic motor sport is essential and the ideal candidate will have significant knowledge and experience of club motor sport. It would be advantageous if they also had a good knowledge of the key people within the sport in their area.

The MSA will undertake a full CRB check on behalf of the successful individual.

Further details:

  • Region: South East England
  • Hours of work: A minimum of 10 hours per week (flexible hours)
  • Duration of contract: Annual
  • Remuneration: £5,500 per annum
  •  Reasonable expenses incurred in the process of fulfilling the contract will be covered to a maximum of £1,000 (mileage, postage, etc)

Duties may include, but will not be limited to, the following tasks:

  • Be the first point of contact for the MSA and pro-actively work to assist the development of the sport in the target region
  • Liaise with Regional Associations, attending selected meetings as required
  • Engage with local car clubs, encouraging them to diversify and grow, providing support as necessary and share ideas and best practice between clubs
  • Engage with local venues and events
  • Utilise initiative and experience to further the cause of motor sport
  • Follow up local enquiries received by Go Motorsport
  • Arrange and deliver Go Motorsport presentations within schools and colleges
  • Maintain regular dialogue with MSA and provide report of activity undertaken

To apply:

Interested applicants should send a brief CV and letter of introduction detailing motor sport experience, current employment status and other relevant details to by 30 April 2013.