Angling Trust Job Vacancies
BROADS ANGLING STRATEGY GROUP
Venue Consultant Role
Salary: Self-Employed - There is no fixed salary, but you will be rewarded in the form of payment upon completed delivery of each venue's requirements.
- Evidence of practical experience in Broadland Fisheries.
- Strong IT and report-writing abilities
- Good communication, organisation, facilitation and influencing skills, and with a proven ability to build relationships with different stakeholders.
- Project management skills and proven ability to deliver to deadlines.
- An interest in angling, angling-related issues and wildlife conservation.
- Able to work with little supervision; a self-starter.
- Vehicle with a full licence.
Trustee with Finance & Investment Management Expertise
Voluntary position, but travel expenses paid. 10 days per year.
Fish Legal is a membership association which takes legal action throughout the UK on behalf of its 1,000 member angling clubs and fishery owners if their waters are affected by pollution or other damage, and also offers these members free legal advice. It is supported by subscription income from clubs, fisheries and 13,500 individual members. Fish Legal has accumulated a substantial fighting fund over the last 65 years, to support the legal costs of cases, which is held by an investment company. Over that time, Fish Legal has successfully settled thousands of claims on behalf of its members and only lost four `cases. In England, Fish Legal acts as the legal arm of the Angling Trust, with which it has a close and permanent partnership agreement.
The Chairman of Fish Legal is seeking a volunteer with in-depth experience of finance and investment management to join the Committee (i.e. the Board) which has oversight of the management of the organisation, and to be a non-executive Director of our investment company. We are particularly looking for an individual who is committed to the aims of the organisation, but who also has professional experience of finance and investment management at a senior level. Knowledge of corporation tax management would be an advantage.
The Committee meets four times a year, usually in London during the working week, and has an annual AGM, usually held on a Saturday in the autumn. There would be up to five days’ additional work each year in between meetings.
Anyone interested in this role should initially contact the Chief Executive Mark Lloyd for an informal discussion via email@example.com or by telephoning the office on 01568 620447.
Team England Fly Fishing Loch Style Manager
Volunteer position Ref LOCH1
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced person to join the Angling Trust’s Team England Fly Fishing management team.
The Angling Trust is looking to recruit person(s) to manage Spring and Autumn Home International Loch Style teams. Angling Trust Team England Fly Fishing manages all elements of International competitive fly fishing. The successful candidate will undertake a variety of functions ranging from talent identification, selection and development to competition and event management. Further details can be found within the role description
International Team Managers and their assistants are critical to the development of the International Teams, team members and prospective team members. Furthermore, they are central to the smooth running and organisation of the team, team members prior to, during, and following International competitions and events.
The ideal candidate will possess competitive fly fishing experience at international level, excellent communication skills, have experience in managing or leading teams, and have attained or be committed to attaining UKCC Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Angling.
This role will contribute to Angling Trust’s vision of making Team England Fly Fishing the number 1 team in the World
A detailed role description can be downloaded by clicking here
Further information can be obtained through Clive Collier (Chairman of Angling Trust Team England Fly Fishing Committee) on 07768 465691
How to Apply
Applicants should complete an application form and diversity monitoring form and send them marked “Personal” to David Compton, Angling Trust, Strelley Hall, Strelley, Nottingham NG8 6PE or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is 12 noon on 21 February 2014