*Carrying out administrative duties, using systems and processes relevant to the organisation;
*Responding to inquiries and requests for information from other organisations and members of the public;
*Ensuring administrative systems, processes and databases are efficient and well managed;
*Administrative support to managerial staff and heads of organisations;
organizing meetings, training, coaching, festivals, conferences and other events;
promotion of sport in schools;
*Working with students or young people;
*Liaising with local sports councils, regional committees and national governing bodies;
*Consulting with clients, members, the community and local sporting organisations;
*Advising sports clubs on areas such as organisation, funding, promotion and regulations;
*Managing budgets, controlling finance allocated for community activities and sometimes coordinating or raising sponsorship;
*Undertaking or commissioning research and collating, mapping and monitoring data;
*Producing promotional literature, reports and event materials and liaising with marketing and media organisations;
*Making presentations to grant-making bodies and/or relevant authorities;
*Managing, supervising and training staff and sometimes running an office;
*Supporting colleagues to encourage and develop sport in the local, regional, national or international community;
*Serving on regional and national government think tanks and task groups;
*Participating in the resolution of political and ethical issues, such as conflicts of interest between partner organisations, use of banned substances and breaches of regulations.
*Sports administrators are responsible for carrying out administrative tasks across a wide range of functions within sports clubs and organisations. For instance, you could be focusing your efforts on marketing, fundraising, procurement, supply chain management or general administration tasks. *Alternatively, you could be responsible for organizing and scheduling sports events, managing budgets or overseeing the recruitment and training of staff.
*Opportunities to work as a sports administrator are available in sports clubs (amateur and professional), sports academies and schools, sports administration and governance bodies, health facilities, sports charities and not-for-profit organisations and community centers.
*No matter what area of sports administration you move into, you will essentially be responsible for making sure sports organisations, events and initiatives are run efficiently and cost-effectively. *Consequently, part of your role will involve maintaining databases, managing admin systems and implementing project management processes to ensure everything runs as smooth as silk.
*The working conditions and environment of a sports administrator vary greatly depending on the size of the club or association they work for. *They usually work in offices, though may frequently be required to travel to visit sponsors, educational institutions, media organisations and other stakeholders. Working hours often include weekends and evenings.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants should forward their ,CVs name, qualifications, post applying for to the HR : cv. Donchest @gmail.com OR their mobile number in the message box or mobile number stated on this advert. Not abiding to this advice will lead to total disqualification. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted