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StreetGames also has apprenticeship courses running throughout the UK.
We have an excellent opportunity for a candidate with great organisational skills and experience in supporting an Executive team and a Board of Trustees and also in governance standards.
The role of Partnership Sustainability Lead will form a crucial part of our approach to growing participation in sport among young people from disadvantaged communities between 2018 and 2021. Working in an Area Team, reporting to the Area Lead and collaborating closely with local DSAs, this role will help LTOs to access new sources of income for the delivery of the local sporting offer through their ability to link the needs of investors in wider social outcomes with LTO capability.
An excellent opportunity for a candidate with experience in the PR & Communications industry has arisen.
The purpose of the Press and Publicity Manager will be to work directly with journalists, media outlets and other stakeholders to achieve clear, accurate and creative communication of StreetGames’ impact to the general public and key audiences.
StreetGames are currently recruiting a new Chair of the Board of Trustees. Please apply here
There is a growing trend in the UK for companies to do more than simply give money to good causes. Many employees and employers prefer to be actively involved with corporate community investment, which aims to link employees' skills and time to the donation of resources.
StreetGames' industry-leading apprenticeships are a mix of on-the-job, workplace learning and off-site conventional study - typically revolving around youth, community or sports-based coaching techniques. The employer pays the apprentice a wage and in return the government pays for most or all of their training.