Role Vacancy: Operations and Administrative Executive (Maternity Cover)

The Ageas Bowl are recruiting for Southern Vipers Operations and Administrative Executive (Maternity Cover)

The Ageas Bowl - the home of Hampshire Cricket, Southern Vipers, Southern Brave, Hilton at The Ageas Bowl, BEEFY'S by Sir Ian Botham, eforea spa, Boundary Lakes Golf Course, Hampshire Wellbeing Centre, Hampshire Cricket Foundation - and host of England Internationals, arena-scale concerts and large conferences and events is recruiting for an Operations and Administrative Executive (Maternity Cover).

The Southern Vipers have emerged champions of the Charlotte Edwards Cup 2022 after having an unbeaten T20 campaign. This role provides a unique experience to be part of a dynamic, successful elite women’s sports team. Our Administrator is the backbone of the team, supporting colleagues and ensuring that everything runs efficiently.  If you have outstanding organisation, planning and communication skills and are interested in learning more about the role, please see the attached job description.

Equal Opportunities

We are committed to employment practices and behaviours which encourage diversity, promote equality of treatment and eliminate unlawful and or unfair discrimination.

Full Job Description

Role Title: Operations and Administrative Executive for Southern Vipers (Maternity Cover)          

Reports to: Regional Director of Women's Cricket

Department / Area: Southern Vipers

Location: The Ageas Bowl 

Contract: Full-Time, temporary maternity cover - anticipated 9 month duration - expected to cease by May 2023

Salary: £22,000

Desired Start Date: September


How To Apply

Those wishing to apply for the position should send the following to recruitment@ageasbowl.com.

All applications should be submitted before 23:59pm on Sunday 24th July, with interviews to take place shortly after.

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