Sport for Development Coalition: Head of Impact & Engagement
The Sport for Development Coalition is recruiting a Head of Impact & Engagement. Over the next five years the Coalition will build, and then make the case for sport for development – allowing it to unlock additional investment and resources for the sector. This will be achieved through a focus on three core pillars of work: Impact, Advocacy and Investment.
The Head of Impact & Engagement will make a key contribution to the vision and mission of the Coalition by co-ordinating and leading engagement and consultation with sector stakeholders, deliver events and activities that contribute to the Coalition’s advocacy on behalf of the movement and support the collation of data, research and resources to assist sport for development organisations enhance and demonstrate impact.
The role offers a unique opportunity to work with a wide range of sport for development organisations delivering impact across a diverse number of communities at what is a crucial time for the movement. The role will contribute to achieving targets to engage with and grow the organisations supporting the Coalition and deliver mechanisms to better understand, connect, support and align its supporters to enable sport for development to achieve its full potential.
The Coalition is a small team with a big reach and we work collaboratively to facilitate the collective action of our growing network. The role will therefore involve being able to work flexibly with the possibility of it growing and taking on line-management responsibilities.
Please send a CV with a covering letter outlining why you want the role and how you meet the role specification. Your covering letter should be two sides of A4 maximum. Please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected]
If you would like to speak about the role, an informal conversation can be arranged with the current post holder. Email [email protected]
Applications close on Wednesday 26 October (at 2359).
- Visit the Coalition's website for details