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Wed, November 17, 2021

Table Tennis England is seeking an interim CEO

Table Tennis England is seeking an interim CEO

Table Tennis England is seeking an interim CEO whilst a permanent successor is recruited.

Table Tennis England is the governing body of table tennis in England, responsible for representing, co-ordinating, administering, marketing and developing the sport. It exists to create and support opportunities for everyone to enjoy and achieve in table tennis.

The Interim Chief Executive will be responsible for:

  • Providing the necessary leadership to get the best from the existing management team
  • Leading, guiding and assisting the management team and the governing body through the forthcoming agenda
  • Continuing close project management of ongoing strategic work, events, tenders and governance items
  • Influencing, developing and driving the strategy in conjunction with the Board
  • Playing a visible role and openly communicating with staff and members

For further details please click here

Interested candidates should apply by sending their CV to: daryl.mason@hartmannmason.com

Table Tennis England has appointed Hartmann Mason - an executive search company - to assist with the recruitment of a new Chief Executive Officer.

This process has now begun with the search and advertising for an interim CEO to take up the reins on a temporary basis from Sara Sutcliffe before the end of the year.

The closing date is November 28th.

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