Job Role: Boating Information Officer
Salary: £25,000 - £30,000 per annum (depending on experience)
Full Time: 35 hours per week (part time applications will be considered)
Location: Hamble (hybrid working)
The RYA offers a range of benefits which include:
The Boating Information Officer plays a critical role in maintaining accurate and up to date information for member advice and supports the wider team in gathering and coordinating insight and knowledge from a range of sources. Enabling the department to effectively represent member interests, shape policy and positively influence regulation affecting recreational boating. It would suit a technologically savvy individual who loves detail and communicating with different audiences, possessing excellent organisational and information management skills. As well as being a brilliant note taker, quickly able to recognise salient points to report decisions and actions, you will be curious with an ability to research information that can be translated into helpful resources and content. You will be required to work as part of a team, managing your time effectively so you can work flexibly across different subject areas. An understanding of boating and / or the environment would be a bonus but not essential.
Your responsibilities as a Boating Information Officer will include, but are not limited to:
Please review the full job description and send a completed application form and an equality monitoring form to email@example.com
Closing date for applications: 17th August 2023 (this may close early if a suitable candidate is found)
Interviews: Week commencing 21st August 2023
The RYA is committed to equality of opportunity.
The RYA as an equal opportunity and disability confident employer, celebrates and welcomes diversity in all its forms and believes that a diverse workforce boosts innovation, productivity and creativity. We are dedicated to promoting equity, diversity and inclusion and strive to be an inclusive and diverse workplace where everyone can be their authentic selves. We would particularly encourage applications from ethnically diverse candidates who are currently underrepresented at the RYA