Safegolf Case Management Group member (Voluntary)
- England Golf
- Reasonable expenses will be reimbursed
- Closing Date
- 16 August 2020
- Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire
England Golf's Case Management Group (CMG) is a group made up of independent members with safeguarding expertise from a variety of sectors and members of staff from England Golf. Their purpose is to review safeguarding cases, provide independent advice and to help develop best practice for safeguarding within the sport. From time to time representatives from other golfing bodies or sports organisations may be asked to attend meetings of the group.
There are currently 4 vacancies for the SafeGolf CMG.
The CMG members are expected to provide safeguarding and risk management advice on a case by case basis. You will be required to analyse the safeguarding risk based on the information available and provide justified and proportionate risk management solutions. Each member is expected to offer independent advice based on their experience and expertise.
These are voluntary positions and no remuneration will be paid for carrying out these duties, although reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
People with the following skills and experience:
Current or previous knowledge of safeguarding, adult welfare and child protection management achieved from work within the sectors of education, legal, probation, health, social work or police, or any other relevant safeguarding or sporting background.
- Significant knowledge and experience or interest in the safeguarding of children, young people and adults in the sport or voluntary sector.
- Understanding of the statutory context in which sports NGBs and bodies operate and provide activities for children, young people and adults.
- Ability to interpret and resolve complex and sometimes conflicting information. Excellent communication skills, including the ability to present complex information clearly and concisely in oral and written form.
- Diplomacy - the ability to demonstrate a high level of confidentiality.
Please highlight the skills and experience you would bring to this role clearly within your application. It is important to complete your application providing as much relevant information as possible.
The role may involve access to highly sensitive information, and you will be required to undergo a DBS check which will be carried out through England Golf, and will provide details of criminal convictions.
Evaluation of information is based strictly on confidentiality and discretion. If following application you are subsequently investigated by any agency or organisation in relation to concerns about your behaviour towards children, young or vulnerable people, you must inform England Golf within 24 hours.
Due to the importance and nature of these roles, applications will be assessed by a panel. Interviews will be via telephone conference call or video call.
How to apply
For further information and to apply, please visit the England Golf website