Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds short-listed; Dunfermline part-time club job

Tuesday 24th November 2020

Photo by Bobby Gavin (Lindsays National XC Relays October 2019)

BUCS Awards

It has been quite a year for Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds – and now they are in the running for a top university award.

The club were short-listed for our Off-Track Club of the Year in the 4J Studios Annual Awards and Gregor Malcolm was named as our Volunteer of the Year.

Now both the club and Gregor himself have been short-listed in the BUCS Awards (British Unis and Colleges).

Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds are in the hunt for the Club of the Year accolade with rivals from Glasgow and from Nottingham.

The award ‘celebrates a club that has demonstrated a commitment to club development that has results in improving the university sport experience’.

And Gregor is one of three contenders for the Student Volunteer of the Year title with rivals from Nottingham and East Anglia.

The award ‘celebrates a student volunteer who has contributed to university and/or community work’.

Well done to all at Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds and best wishes for the BUCS Awards.


Organisation: Dunfermline Track and Field Club (DTFC)/scottishathletics

Closing Date: 27 November 2020

Full details on this vacancy

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Dunfermline Track and Field Club for a new Club Coach and Development Officer to join the club in partnership with scottishathletics, sportscotland, Fife Sport and Leisure Trust, Fife Council and Live Active.

This role will have a significant impact on:

• Developing, promoting and delivering three new Run Jump and Throw Centres;

• Recruiting new parent helpers, coaches and encouraging existing coaches to progress through the coaching pathway;

• Improving the profile of the club within the local community.

Dunfermline Track and Field Club (DTFC) has been in existence for over 30 years with a current membership of over 120. The club has provided local athletes with the opportunity to take part in athletics at local, regional and national levels.

This is a fixed term post for 4 years commencing on the agreed start date. The location of work will be at Pitreavie Athletics Centre and Lochleven High School (Kinross). Starting salary offered for the post will be £7,347 for 15 hours a week.

Applications should be made by submitting the application form, covering letter (addressing how the applicant’s skills and expertise fit with the job role and person specification) and equal opportunities form, marked ‘private and confidential’, to Francesca Snitjer, Executive and Equalities Officer, e-mail:  francesca.snitjer@scottishathletics.org.uk

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 27 November 2020


Tags: Dunfermline Track and Field club, Edinburgh Uni Hare and Hounds, Gregor Malcolm

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