CIMSPA Youth Panel - We are recruiting!

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We are recruiting for various positions on the CIMSPA Youth Panel. These positions not only provide excellent opportunities for your own professional development, but they give you the chance to have your say as an advocate for the voices of young people in the sport and physical activity sector.

The Roles


We are recruiting for three positions:
  • Youth Panel Member (multiple positions) – you will attend meetings and collaborate on associated actions aligning to the Youth Panel’s objectives
  • Youth Panel Chair – you will play a leadership role on the Youth Panel, and work to optimise the panel’s relationships with CIMSPA’s board, employees and members
  • Youth Panel Vice Chair – you will support the Chair in the management and development of the panel

The Purpose of the Youth Panel


The purpose of the Youth Panel is to allow young adults to act as advisors to the board of trustees by advocating the youth perspective to influence, policy, practice, and the strategic direction of CIMSPA. As champions of the youth perspective, Youth Panel members consider the implications of CIMSPA’s services and operations for young adults, ultimately working to support CIMSPA’s vision and mission.

Why should you apply?


Being part of the CIMSPA Youth Panel is your opportunity to make a real difference to the sport and physical activity sector for young people. Being a panel member feels empowering, as CIMSPA truly values the voices of young people, and wants to build a thriving sport and physical activity sector for everyone. The activities and outcomes of the panel’s actions are taken into account at board level, meaning Youth Panel members’ perspectives have the potential to influence CIMSPA’s ways of working. Furthermore, Youth Panel membership provides excellent opportunities for professional development. Through support from senior CIMSPA officers and involvement in activities ranging from attending board meetings to discussing the impacts of sport and physical activity policy, being part of the panel is sure to develop your personal and professional skillset.

Application Details


If you are aged 16-25 and would like to be considered, please visit the below webpage and follow the instructions to apply for the role you are interested in. The full job descriptions can also be found here.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on 28th January 2022.

If you require any further information on the role(s), please contact:
Jess Melling
Governance Officer
jess.melling@cimspa.co.uk

Best wishes

CIMSPA Youth Panel


 

The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity


CIMSPA’s work enhances the career opportunities and professional development of the workforce operating in sport, fitness, exercise, leisure, gyms, coaching, outdoor exercise, health and wellbeing. We achieve this through sector-wide engagement, membership, networking, events, directories and professional standards.

 

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