Tennis Wales are the Governing Body of tennis in Wales, with an exciting vision for the future. In partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association & Sport Wales we aim to open tennis up to more people. Tennis Wales support a growing infrastructure of 79 registered tennis venues, 22 Local Authorities, schools and a superb network of charitable partners & sponsors.
Tennis Wales are committed to providing a safe and inclusive sport. The Safeguarding Officer will work closely with the Lawn Tennis Association Safeguarding Team and will play a key role in taking a pro-active approach to safeguarding. You will be responsible for providing high quality auditing and compliance checking of venues. You will also play a key role in continuously improving Safeguarding awareness and standards across Welsh Tennis. You will be a part of ensuring high safeguarding standards exist across the sport and that we’re a leading sport in the sector.
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To apply please submit a covering letter explaining why you are suitable for the role, along with a copy of your current CV, and complete the Tennis Wales Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form.
The deadline for applications is 4pm on Sunday 3rd March.
Applications should be sent to Maria Rees firstname.lastname@example.org.