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Current Vacancies: Events Manager

We are looking for people with passion and vision to join our workforce.

We believe in the value of diversity and we are actively aiming to improve in this area right throughout the organisation. All applicants will be considered equally based on their skills, knowledge, experience and what they have to offer to the organisation.

About Weightlifting Wales

We exist to inspire people to take up the sports of Weightlifting and Para Powerlifting, to improve the health and well-being of the general population and to nurture champions who compete at a higher level in the sport. Our vision is of an active nation where Weightlifting and Para Powerlifting are foundations for health and all sports, as well as being a nation whose champions perform consistently at major international competitions.

The Role of Events Manager

As a member of the Weightlifting Wales’ workforce, you would be willing and ready to work as part of a team to help drive forward our ongoing strategy. We are looking for a member of staff who is comfortable in their ability to manage events and people, and who can also bring in fresh thoughts and perspectives to the organisation.

The successful candidate will deliver the key elements of the Weightlifting Wales Strategy associated with events. Organise and manage domestic competitions and non-competitive events for Weightlifting, Para Powerlifting and other strength related activities. Engage with various organisations, licensed clubs/academies, venues and volunteers.

Weightlifting Wales is the governing body for both Weightlifting and Para Powerlifting; with the ambition to grow both sports within Wales, supporting all levels and abilities from grassroots and recreational participation, to Commonwealth level and beyond.

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Midnight, 28th February 2023

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to hannah.powell@weightlifting.wales

Interview Dates TBC


Events Manager Job Description


Weightlifting Wales Strategy