Charity registered in Scotland SC045658
Trustees welcomed to join the Board of Management of the Glenrothes Community Sports & Health Hub ,based at
Gilvenbank Park, Pitcoudie Avenue, Glenrothes, Fife, KY7 6SU
The sports & health hub’s two members are Glenrothes Cricket Club and Glenrothes Athletic Football Club and has three affiliated members, Glenrothes Rugby Club, Glenrothes Tennis Club and Glenrothes Strollers Football Club.
There are over 200 children & young people involved with Glenrothes Athletic Football club ages from 5 years – 18 years. There are over 80 coaches & volunteers.
There are over 70 children & young people involved with Glenrothes Cricket Club as well as two adult cricket teams.
The sports & health hub offers Andys Man Club, Womens Wellbeing Club, Yoga, Pilates, sporting memories club, parents & toddlers & story telling, walking football, chair exercise, female self defence, employability and welfare support.
Hub also offers a community larder every Wednesday & Friday between 4.30-5.30 where surplus foods are offered from Asda and the Glenrothes Foodbank
The health hub offers educational workshops and training.
Trustees must have a desire to lead the sports & health hub into offering activities that will support the elderly & vulnerable, poverty, social inclusion, mental health, health inequality and community resilience.
Hub offers support to people of all ages and backgrounds
The main role of the Hub Manager is to maximise the use of the Glenrothes Community Sports & Health Hub through increased bookings and development of new activities, projects & community events.
To research, compile and complete applications for local and national funding.
Core duties include:
• Monitoring and delivering agreed project outcomes/milestones and report regularly to funders/stakeholders, ensuring quality and impact is measured appropriately.
• To plan, deliver, monitor and promote use and activity programmes and recruit other groups to hire the facilities, aiming for high occupancy levels during weekdays, evenings and weekends.
• To meet regularly with service users to discuss their needs and feedback.
• To maintain and enhance current partnerships and seek to develop new partnerships with other third sector, voluntary & statutory and specialist agencies along with local & national employers.
• Liaise with all sporting groups that are affiliated to the Glenrothes Community Sports & Health Hub and ensure they are being supported.
• Line management, supervision and support of a diversity of part-time staff and volunteers.
• Responsibility for strengthening and supporting the Hub’s growing volunteer base.
• Liaise regularly with Fife Council, Community Sports Hub Officer.
• Reporting on a monthly basis to the Board of Management of the Glenrothes Community Sports & Health Hub.
• Duties may include working evenings and weekends. Driving licence is essential with use (business insurance) of a vehicle.