JOB VACANCY - CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
We provide leadership and a common narrative for the sport and physical activity landscape across the city, working with the whole sector.
As part of our continuing expansion, MCRactive is now looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and hard-working individual with shared values to become part of our growing team.
The successful candidate will lead on the development and delivery of Council Facility Strategies and associated National Governing Body Facility Sport Plans, working with a wide range of stakeholders to provide the evidence base for Strategic Plans and development of associated capital projects.
This role will lead on capital investment planning for Sport and Leisure in Manchester, taking forward the Council’s Pipeline Capital Programme for investment. This will be done in a manner that is sustainable and provides the platform for growth, both financial and in local participation.
A key focus of the role will include matrix management of internal and external colleagues, as client lead for Capital Projects. To be a successful candidate, you will need to have a proven successful track record in project management in the Sport and Leisure Sector, with experience of managing numerous projects.
The full job description can be viewed here.
The role is full time (35 hours per week) however requests for part time hours or job share will be considered.
The salary for this position is £35,336 through to £39,571.
The closing date for applications is midnight on Thursday 7th July 2022. Interviews will take place on Friday 15th July 2022.
To apply for this position please submit your CV to email@example.com complete with a covering letter which explains in detail your suitability for this role and how you meet the criteria set in the Person Specification.
MCRactive welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, we aim for diversity within our team and believe it’s important that our workforce represents the communities we serve. We therefore want to attract more applicants from underrepresented groups particularly those who identify as LGBTQ+, those from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority backgrounds and individuals aged between 18 and 29 or 60+.