Disability Sport Wales, in partnership with Wrexham County Borough Council and the Spirit of 2012 Trust, is seeking a dynamic individual to help transform the lives of (disabled) women in the Wrexham area by helping them to become more active and involved in physical recreation  

 

The Company:

Disability Sport Wales is the lead organisation for disability sport in Wales.  We are committed to supporting the Sector Vision of ‘Uniting a proud sporting Nation’, where every (disabled) person is hooked on sport and physical recreation. Our partner Wrexham County Borough Council already provide sports to disabled people and share our vision to transform lives and does this by creating choice and opportunity through the provision of high quality community provision, education and the provision of inclusive training and learning opportunities. 

 

The Role: The post holder will develop and support disability sport and physical activity opportunities across the County and co-ordinate the Spirit of 2012’s Get Out Get Active programme (GOGA), benefitting some of the most disadvantaged and inactive women in Wrexham. The project will focus on encouraging more (disabled) women to take part in activities (including outdoor activities) which will lead to improved health and well-being.

The GOGA programme sees an investment of £4.5 million across the UK to develop, deliver and learn from innovative ways to support inactive people into active recreation. Disability Sport Wales is leading in Wales a uniquely inclusive and dynamic partnership which will see real change in three Welsh Local Authority areas and a further fifteen locations across the UK. Wrexham has been chosen as one of these key localities. 

 

Location:

The post will be located at Wrexham County Borough Council, Wrexham, based within the Active Wrexham offices.

 

Why should you apply for the job?

  • Be part of a strong, supportive and proactive team
  • Work for an equitable and diverse employer, with strong professional ethics and values
  • Opportunity to transform lives and support the delivery of inclusive sport and physical recreation within Wales

 

Apply to: National Partnership Manager, Disability Sport Wales, c/o Sport Wales National Centre, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, CF11 9SW.

Email: michelle.daltry@disabilitysportwales.com

Tel:  07918 716316

Or visit: www.disabilitysportwales.com

This post is supported by Spirit of 2012 Trust

 

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