Vacancy: Participation Development Partner


| Tennis Wales

Responsible to            Head of Participation 

Location                      Flexible with travel required across Wales

Salary                          £25,000 to £30,000 per annum plus benefits (pension, healthcare & car allowance)

Salary Hours               Full Time

Tennis Wales is seeking a Participation Development Partner to help us deliver our vision and strategy ‘tennis opened up across Wales’.

The Participation Development Partner will play a critical role across Wales; leading our participation priorities across the club and volunteer network, park and community tennis venues and education sites. This role requires expert planning, communication, and collaboration skills with the need to engage & influence multiple partners and stakeholders.

You will play an important role in ensuring that participation in tennis continues to grow, whilst upholding strong inclusive principles to ensure people from all communities of Wales enjoy playing tennis. This post will in particular drive our priorities around parks and community tennis – supporting the modernisation of park courts, adoption of gate access technology and digital court booking systems whilst ensuring high quality programming of community tennis across Wales.

We value the diversity of thought which comes from having a Tennis Wales team drawn from a range of backgrounds, experiences and characteristics that can help us achieve our vision of tennis opened up across Wales. We therefore welcome applications from people from all communities.


Job Description and Person Specification

Full details can be found here.


How to apply

The closing date for this position is 5pm on Friday 10th September.  Should you wish to apply, please forward your CV along with a covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4 clearly evidencing your skills and experiences aligned to the job description and person specification to Maria Rees (


Tennis Wales is an equal opportunities employer and would appreciate it if you could also complete our Diversity Monitoring Form.


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