Mon, May 15, 2023

Welsh Triathlon is looking to recruit a Chief Executive Officer

Welsh Triathlon is looking to recruit a Chief Executive Officer

Welsh Triathlon is recruiting for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to provide outstanding leadership to their organisation from grassroots, right through to elite performance.

Reporting to the Board and leading the staff team, as well as the contracted and volunteer workforce, this varied role encompasses everything from the development of participation and grassroots activity, to elite performance at the highest level of the sport. The ideal candidate will be commercially and financially capable, have experience of sporting standards, effective governance and working with external partners.

This role will be available from July 2023.

For a confidential conversation about the role, please contact: Martin Kitchener, Chair of the Board: martinkitchener@welshtriathlon.org

To Apply:

Please submit a covering letter and the application form to: admin@welshtriathlon.org

Closing Date: Tuesday 6th June 2023

Interviews: Wednesday 21st June 2023

To view the full job description and the application form please click here


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