BASES commences recruitment for Professional Development and Partnerships Manager
28th October 2019
BASES have commenced recruitment for a new Professional Development and Partnerships Manager.
Are you ready to take on a new and exciting challenge (or do you know someone who is) ?
Main purpose of job:
Implementing the Association’s continuous professional development (CPD) strategy, including day to day management of BASES professional standards programme and CPD offer.
This exciting new role is designed for a proactive, driven and independent individual with a passion for and commitment to professional development and education. You will ideally have experience of developing and/or co-ordinating CPD programmes, professional standards (e.g. accreditations, certifications), or training/education schemes alongside a successful track record of developing and managing effective stakeholder relationships. This role would suit someone who is comfortable working independently, has excellent people skills and who is a good co-ordinator and organiser. Experience or knowledge of professional bodies / associations and/or sport and exercise science is advantageous but not essential.
Contract Type: Part-time (3 days / 22.5 hours per week); permanent.
Salary: £29,512-32,575 (pro rata) dependent upon experience.
Location: Head Office is Leeds with some national travel required. Flexible working arrangements may be considered for an outstanding candidate.
Benefits package: 35 days paid holiday per year; Employer pension contribution of 6%; Gym membership allowance of £200.00 per annum pro rata; Cycle to work scheme; £50.00 annual contribution towards a sight test and cost of glasses if needed for VDU work.
Application closing date: 10:00am on Monday 18 November 2019
Interview date: Monday 2 December 2019.
Please attach a current CV (two-page maximum) along with one-page A4 (650 words maximum) as to how you evidence the essential candidate knowledge, experience, skills and capabilities. Email application, marked confidential, to Ian Wilson, BASES Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org).