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Diving Legacy Officer

Are you passionate about diving and highly motivated to lead an exciting diving project in the West Midlands in the run up to Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games? Swim England is seeking a Diving Legacy Officer to join our team to develop diving participation the West Midlands Region

About Diving Legacy Officer

Swim England is the national governing body for swimming in England. We help people learn how to swim, enjoy the water, and compete in our sports of swimming, diving, water polo and synchronised swimming.

This is an exciting opportunity working within the Sport Development Directorate as part of a busy Volunteering and Pathways team responsible for driving the development of diving and the other aquatic disciplines.

Reporting to the Head of Volunteering and Pathways, you will be responsible for leading a project to develop grassroots level diving activity in West Midlands. This project is a significant part of the Commonwealth Games legacy in the region and aims to maximise the potential for the purpose built 10m facility in Sandwell. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating well governed and sustainable activity which will feed into the new facility and continue to grow after the games have finished.

This role will also act as maternity cover for the National Development Officer – Diving. There will therefore also be an element of day to day club support to our existing diving clubs nationally and the administration and promotion of established programmes such a START Diving and Diving Development Centres. You will be expected to direct investment accordingly to support these projects and support the development in the West Midlands.

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