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Join the team: Tennis Scotland are looking for a new National Safeguarding Officer


At Tennis Scotland, we’re about to say goodbye to our long-serving National Safeguarding Officer, so we’re looking for someone to pick up the racket and continue his fine work.

It’s a wonderful opportunity for someone who’s passionate about ensuring our sport is played in a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment.

As a crucial member of the team, you will be responsible for managing and investigating safeguarding cases and continuously improving standards as you travel to tennis venues around Scotland.

About the role

Working in collaboration with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) Safeguarding Team and sportscotland, you will ensure high standards of safeguarding exist across the sport, both in venues and across the workforce.

You can read the full Job Specification by clicking here.

Salary range

Up to £30,000, depending on experience

Why work for Tennis Scotland?

You’ll get to enjoy some exciting benefits, such as the opportunity to buy tickets for major tennis events, such as Wimbledon, a generous holiday allowance, free parking at our headquarters at the University of Stirling and clothing and tennis equipment from our partners at AMC, Dunlop and K-Swiss.

How to apply 

Step One: Fill in our Equality Monitoring Survey

Step Two: Send your CV to lynne.barbour@tennisscotland.org

Closing date: 14 January

Interviews: January 2024



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