Sport Resolutions has an exciting opportunity for an individual to join its passionate, diverse and experienced case management team as an Investigator.
Salary: £31,000 plus benefits
Location: St Paul’s, London
Sport Resolutions has an exciting opportunity for an individual to join its passionate, diverse and experienced case management team as an Investigator. The successful applicant will work primarily on Sport Integrity matters but may also assist with the development of the National Safeguarding Panel (NSP) and our wider safeguarding work. The Investigator will play a vital role in ensuring that disputes are managed fairly, efficiently and cost-effectively.
The successful applicant will undertake investigations in relation to referrals made through Sport Integrity, an independent disclosure and complaints service for Olympic and Paralympic sport. The Investigator may also be required to manage enquiries, cases and independent reviews, appoint panel members, and provide general support to the Senior Case Manager for Safeguarding and the Head of Case Management.
Suitable applicants will have experience of conducting investigations and interviewing in a legal or safeguarding environment, excellent customer service skills, and a passion for sport and integrity. A high level of oral and written communication skills is required, along with first-rate attention to detail. The successful applicant will have the ability to handle confidential information in a discreet and professional manner and will have experience of using Microsoft applications.
Sport Resolutions values its staff extremely highly, with opportunities to develop skills and knowledge both internally and through the support of continued professional development.
Sport Resolutions has established itself as the independent dispute resolution service of choice for sport. Its skilled and motivated case team appoint individuals from an expert and diverse panel of over 300 individuals to cases such as anti-doping referrals, safeguarding investigations, vetting procedures, selection disputes and contract-based arbitrations. Sport Resolutions’ clients include NGBs and International Federations such as World Athletics, the International Tennis Federation, the Commonwealth Games, and the International Testing Agency.
The organisation administers the International Hearing Panel, which adjudicates on anti-doping rule violations, the Safeguarding Case Management Programme (SCMP), which provides UK NGBs with access to expert safeguarding and legal support; Sport Integrity, an independent disclosure and complaints service for Olympic and Paralympic sport; and the National Anti-Doping Panel, which is responsible for adjudicating anti-doping disputes in the UK.
For more information, please download the Role Profile from the links on the right hand side of this page.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter explaining what you will bring to the role to Ross Macdonald, Head of Business Operations, via email to email@example.com by 5:00 p.m. GMT on Thursday 7 December 2023.
Please also confirm, in your cover email, that you have the right to work in the UK or that you are eligible to immediately apply and obtain a work visa upon receiving any job offer, with no sponsorship required. The successful applicant must be in a position to work at least two days per week in-person, at the main office in London.
In addition, please complete the anonymous equality monitoring form accessed via the website link.
Interviews will be held in the week commencing Monday 11th December. The first round of interviews will be held via video conference call.
Sport Resolutions is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion. We welcome applications from everyone, including minority and underrepresented groups. All applicants will be assessed solely on merit and relevant experience to do the job. Sport Resolutions will make sure that you are treated fairly, regardless of a condition or disability, and will offer reasonable adjustments as part of our recruitment process to anyone who needs them.