British Triathlon is on the look-out for a Director of Marketing & Communications. As a member of the Executive Team, the individual will be a people-centred marketing expert with a sound knowledge and experience of working in communications.
British Triathlon adds, ‘You will have proven experience in leading and nurturing a team. You will take the strategic lead for marketing, communications and membership working closely with colleagues to develop a digital approach to the achievement of the BTF and Triathlon England strategy.’
British Triathlon is the national governing body for triathlon, duathlon and aquathlon in Great Britain, responsible for raising the profile and delivering medal-winning performances and helping everyone discover, enjoy and achieve in triathlon.
Triathlon England is one of the three Home Nations of British Triathlon, the other two being Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon. The three Home Nation Associations are responsible for all aspects of triathlon in their respective countries and contribute to the work of British Triathlon.
The Director of Marketing & Communications role will suit a ‘values-driven people person’ with significant experience of marketing and communications and outstanding leadership credentials.
The role will be based at the British Triathlon headquarters located at Loughborough University; however, the nature of the role may require evening and weekend working and occasional travel.
Applicants should complete a covering letter explaining why you feel you are suitable for the role, together with a completed application form and equality form, should be e-mailed to: hr[at]britishtriathlon.org. Please quote the reference number MAC-18-13.
An application form and equality form can be downloaded from the British Triathlon website.
- Closing date: Midnight BST, 16th September 2018
- Interview Date: 5th October 2018
- Salary: c £55k-£60k depending on experience + benefits + pension
British Triathlon is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and is keen to address areas of underrepresentation in its workforce and would particularly welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons from the BAME community, disabled people and people from the LGBT+ Community.