JOBS IN SPORT

VACANCY: LGFA – Leinster Development Officer

VACANCY: LGFA – Leinster Development Officer

Founded in 1974, Ladies Gaelic Football is one of the fastest growing sports in Europe with over 190,000 registered members. With over 1000 clubs in Ireland and membership growing by the day, Ladies Gaelic is reaching women and girls from all over the country. To...

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VACANCY: Finance & Governance Officer at Meath LSP

VACANCY: Finance & Governance Officer at Meath LSP

This is will be a part-time fixed term contract for a period of 2 years. Hours of work will be 28 hours per week. The salary for this post will be aligned to LA Grade V Salary Scale (pro rata)commensurate with experience. The primary function of the Finance Governance...

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VACANCY: CRICKET IRELAND – Commercial Partnerships Executive

VACANCY: CRICKET IRELAND – Commercial Partnerships Executive

BACKGROUND Cricket Ireland is the governing body for the men’s and women’s game throughout Ireland, with ultimate responsibility for its national and international aspects. The future of Irish cricket is very bright given the growth of the sport driven by significant...

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VACANCY: IABA  – Inclusion and Communications Officer

VACANCY: IABA – Inclusion and Communications Officer

The Irish Athletic Boxing Association (IABA) is the National Governing Body of Sport responsible for the development and management of the sport of amateur boxing in Ireland. The IABA is seeking to appoint an Inclusion and Communications Officer on a full-time basis,...

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VACANCY: Swim Ireland – Women in Sport Officer

VACANCY: Swim Ireland – Women in Sport Officer

Swim Ireland is the National Governing Body for Swimming, Water Polo, Diving and associated Aquatic Disciplines on the island of Ireland.  Swim Ireland’s Head Office is based at Irish Sport HQ, Sport Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. Swim Ireland is a private...

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VACANCY: Chief Commercial Officer

VACANCY: Chief Commercial Officer

Cricket Ireland is the governing body for the men’s and women’s game throughout Ireland, with ultimate responsibility for its national and international aspects. The future of Irish cricket is very bright given the growth of the sport driven by significant success on...

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