Scottish Professional Football League Trust - Overview
The Scottish Professional Football League Trust is the charitable arm of the Scottish Professional Football League and was established to lead and co-ordinate community engagement activities across all 42 member clubs.
SPFL clubs have a track record of credible and sustained activity, using football and physical activity as a tool to deliver positive life changes in the communities they serve. The SPFL Trust seeks to build on this reputation and co-ordinate projects that will be centrally funded and operate within and across the clubs.
To manage effective delivery of SPFL Trust Health projects against agreed outcomes by co-ordinating project schedules, resources and information and liaising with partners to meet project requirements, scope and objectives; ultimately contributing to the successful delivery of projects within your remit, achieving agreed outcomes.
We are looking for a responsible Health Lead to comprehensively organise and manage projects which focus on improving health & wellbeing and mental health; and are designed to meet the identified social needs of people in Scotland.
The successful candidate will work closely with our Operations Manager, FFIT Officer and Wellbeing Officer to deliver action plans and evaluation plans. You will perform various tasks working with key stakeholders, undertaking project management. To succeed in this role you should have excellent time management, organisation and communication skills, allowing you to effectively collaborate with partners and internal teams to deliver results.
A full Job Description is available for download below.
Please send a supporting statement detailing your suitability for the role, along with an up-to-date CV by 12 noon on Wednesday 17th August to email@example.com .
Please ensure the subject of your email is ‘Health Lead’
Interviews will be scheduled for Week commencing Monday 22nd August 2022.
Please note that employment is conditional on the successful applicant undergoing reference and PVG checks