Club jobs on offer at Pitreavie AAC and Ayr Seaforth AC

Thursday 6th April 2023

Pitreavie AAC Community Athletics Coordinator and Coach

Organisation: Pitreavie AAC

Closing Date: 18 April 2023

Contract Length – 3 years

Salary and Hours – 22 hours per week, £14,666 per annum

More details on the vacancy

Pitreavie AAC is a well-established and successful athletics and running club based in Dunfermline.

The club, a charity, has a membership of over 350 members developing a pathway for total beginners through to Olympians.

Additionally, the club have developed a junior athletics community programme attracting up to 300 young people each week into athletics activity.

The Community Athletics Coordinator and Coach post will have a significant impact in the further growth and development of the club.

The Community Athletics Coordinator and Coach will organise, lead and coach the established community athletics programme.

This part time post (22 hours per week) is funded through a partnership between Pitreavie AAC and scottishathletics – and is part of the scottishathletics Club Together programme. The post will be employed through scottishathletics.

Pitreavie AAC passing the baton from generation to generation


Job: Development Officer

Organisation: Ayr Seaforth Athletic Club

Closing Date: 14 April 2023

Reports to: Ayr Seaforth Committee and scottishathletics
Salary: £10,920 (15 hours per week)
Contract Length: Fixed Term of 1 year

Full details on the vacancy and how to apply

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Ayr Seaforth Athletic Club for a Development Officer to join the club in partnership with scottishathletics.

The post will be funded by Ayr Seaforth, scottishathletics and Impact Funding Partners.

Ayr Seaforth AC has been in existence for over 50 years with a current membership of over 200. The club has provided local athletes with the opportunity to take part in athletics at local, regional and national levels.

The Development Post will lead Ayr Seaforth Athletic Club’s efforts in expanding athletic participation to local areas where membership has traditionally been low, particularly in the north of the Ayr.

This mainly includes young people who attend Ayr Academy and its associated cluster Primary Schools.

In addition to increasing new athlete numbers, the successful job holder will aim to help increase the number of volunteers required to support the Club’s growth.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 14 April 23


Tags: Ayr Seaforth, Jobs in Athletics, Pitreavie AAC

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