Disability Development Manager
- Lawn Tennis Association
- £40,000 - £45,000 dependant on experience
- National Tennis Centre, Roehampton
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is seeking a Disability Development Manager. You will be their expert advisor on how the sport can be more inclusive and how to grow the number of disabled people playing, coaching and volunteering in tennis.
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is the National Governing Body for tennis in Great Britain, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, and is responsible for developing and promoting the sport while safeguarding the integrity of tennis. The vision for The Lawn Tennis Association is “tennis opened up”; and the mission for all those involved in delivering this vision to grow tennis by making it relevant, accessible, welcoming and enjoyable.
Passionate about having a sport that is diverse as well as welcoming and accessible to everyone from all backgrounds, especially for disabled people. As Disability Development Manager you’ll be their expert advisor on how the sport can be more inclusive and how to grow the number of disabled people playing, coaching and volunteering in tennis.
You will have a natural ability to build effective relationships with everyone; leading and inspiring people to follow key identified actions to ensure tennis is opened up and that there are choices for disabled people to get involved. You must have a passion about the benefits of being active and equality and diversity within sport.
Based in leafy Roehampton, you will be based at the vibrant National Tennis Centre. If the sound of a game of Tennis or a lunch time run (or stroll) in Richmond Park appeals then this could be all you need to energise and refocus to enable you to give your best. Don’t live in London? No problem! There is a flexible range of options for roles which are based here but involve national travel.
A competitive benefits package and a positive culture underpinned by the values (Passion, Teamwork, Excellence, and Integrity). Passionate about their people and take individual needs seriously whether it is a request for flexible working or support with how best to make the most of working at the LTA.
How to apply
They welcome applications from all backgrounds, especially disabled people, as we believe a diverse workforce is fundamental to achieving great things – our people make the real difference.
If you require assistance in completing your online application please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the People Team will answer your query as soon as possible.
Please ensure that you submit both a CV and covering letter when applying.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 3 April.