Posted on 28 October 22 by Liam Parmenter
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level= are proud to be supporting UK Deaf Sport in their search for a new Partnerships Manager.
To access the BSL translation link, please click here: https://youtu.be/ndI743EqG7A
UK Deaf Sport is the leading organisation for deaf sports in the UK. Their vision is Every Deaf Person Active and Inspired by Sports and Physical Activity. They provide support, raise awareness for fairness and campaign for deaf people, ensuring equal opportunities in sport and physical activity. Its mission is for more deaf people to participate in sports throughout their lives and more deaf athletes to perform on the world stage.
The Partnerships Manager will work alongside the CEO to build and strengthen communication and effective relationships with the deaf community, existing and new sport and non-sport partners and UK Deaf Sport Members. The aim of this post is to strengthen relationships among organisations from grassroots to elite level to increase the number of opportunities for deaf people to take part in sport and physical activity
Partnerships Manager Responsibilities:
Partnerships Manager Person Specification:
To apply for this role, you will need to first register your interest by submitting your CV. Your CV will only be used for information purposes and will not be relevant in the application process. You will then be emailed a response containing a link needed to answer some work-related questions. Our goal is to assess your approach to a problem and better understand what knowledge and skills you have. Your answers will be anonymised, randomised and reviewed by a diverse panel.
We also think giving feedback is incredibly valuable for candidates, so at the end of the process, you'll see how well you performed during the application process.
The closing date for applications is Monday 31st October 2022 at 5pm, and the deadline for submission of the work-related questions is Wednesday 2nd November 2022 at 5pm.
UK Deaf Sport encourage applicants who are from underrepresented groups, across protected characteristics, as they value the benefits of a diverse pool of applicants to find the best candidate. Lived experience of deafness would be highly beneficial. If you require a BSL interpreter, or have other accessibility needs, please advise and we will make the necessary arrangements.
UK Deaf Sport uses the term deaf in this job description to cover a range of potential definitions of deafness, including those who are profoundly deaf, have significant hearing loss or are hard of hearing. It is acknowledged that definitions and understanding of Deaf and deafness can be complex. Within the deaf community there are perceptions around the level of deafness where some who are completely deaf consider themselves to be different compared to those with hearing loss. This also includes the use of the terms Deaf and deaf whereby the use of a capital D in Deaf can denote those who identify as having a cultural and shared experience of being Deaf, usually with profound or little hearing and may use sign language, whereas the use of lowercase d in deaf can refer to those who have both a significant hearing loss or are hard of hearing.
Rate / Salary
34000 - 36000
Leisure and Sport
Skills / Experience
Outstanding stakeholder relationship management; Ability to build strong partnerships; Excellent organisational and communication skills;
Flexible, home-based working