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Club Support Officer

  • Location: England
  • Organisation: England Golf
  • Salary: Band 3 (£20,000 - £25,000 per annum plus benefits)
  • Contract: Full Time
  • Closing Date: 21 March 2017 | Coaching & Sports Development

Club Support Officer

Salary: £20,000 - £25,000 per annum plus benefits

England Golf’s new strategy is being launched in Spring 2017 with a strong focus on supporting Stronger Counties and Clubs. Club Support Officers are core to this delivery and provide a customer focused service to counties and clubs based on the demand within a designated region.  They support activities identified within County Action Plans to provide bespoke support to golf clubs looking to improve their business, increase their membership and player base and offering innovative solutions.  A key purpose is to help promote and raise awareness of our strategic ambitions and initiatives, including focus on marketing core market golfers within a designated region.

A number of vacancies are available and these are within specific regions. Applicants will need to live within the main work area associated with this role.  Where a County is specified this is the preference for a successful applicant.

The Club Support Officer vacancies are listed below. 

1 vacancy (North East) – North/East Yorkshire

2 vacancies (North) – Cumbria and Durham

4 vacancies (Midlands North) – Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Shropshire & Herefordshire

2 vacancies (East) – Cambridgeshire and Essex

2 vacancies (Midlands South) – Berkshire/Buckinghamshire/Oxfordshire

1 vacancy (South East) – Middlesex

2 vacancies (South West) – Devon, Dorset/Wiltshire

We are seeking candidates, ideally, with a sports related diploma and sports development experience.  You must have a good knowledge of the structure of golf (general and administrative) and sport in general.  The skills required include the ability to communicate and present, work collaboratively with both paid staff and volunteers and IT skills. You will also need to be highly motivated.  

Prior work experience in golf club environment and/or programme delivery is desirable but not essential.

These positions are home based, although successful candidates will be required to travel as necessary to meetings (valid driving licence & car owner is essential). The post-holder will be entitled to travel and other expenses.

How to apply

For further information please visit our website, and to apply please complete and return the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form (no C.V.’s please) for the attention of Human Resources on

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 21 March 2017 at 1pm

1st Interviews take place: From 27 March 2017 onwards

England Golf is an equal opportunities employer

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