Team Scotland is recruiting four General Team Managers for the XXII Commonwealth Games to be held in Birmingham from 28 July to 8 August 2022. The successful candidates will work closely with the Chef de Mission and wider Team Scotland management team.
This is an exciting opportunity for experienced, dynamic individuals to be involved at the heart of operations as Team Scotland seek to provide the best environment for Scottish athletes to excel and perform with distinction at Birmingham 2022.
Each General Team Manager will take responsibility for one of the following areas:
Applicants should have at least five years’ experience of working at a Multi-sport Games and be able to show a track record of management and Team preparations. In addition to proven ability in a leadership role within a multi-disciplinary team, good time management and the ability to work for extended periods under pressure are required. Applicants should have a good working knowledge of the Scottish sporting landscape, a belief in sport and a desire to play a key role in a unique global event.
If you are interested in one of these roles, please click here to view the full advert, which includes a link to detailed information on each role and the application form.
These roles are voluntary positions, however agreed out of pocket expenses will be met.
Applications should be returned by email to: email@example.com no later than midday on 16 July 2020.
Interviews will be held in the offices of Commonwealth Games Scotland or by video conference the week commencing 27 July 2020.
This is the first phase of recruitment and appointment of further specialist General Team Management roles and sport Team Managers will be progressed over the coming months, followed by sport specific and specialist support personnel.
Team Scotland (TS) endorses the principle of sports equality and will endeavour through our policies, procedures, actions and decision-making to ensure that no person (employee, volunteer, member or participant) who is part of TS or who comes into contact with TS, receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion, age or social background.