Inspire a Generation Programme Officer (Closes: 5pm on 20th June 2024)

Job Title: Inspire a Generation Programme Officer
Salary: £25,000 per annum
Location: Loughborough / Home Working
Working Pattern: Full time (37.5 hours per week)
Reports to: Inspire a Generation Programme Manager
Closing Date: 5pm on Thursday 20th June 2024

Role Overview:

The Inspire a Generation (IAG) Project Officer is one of the first points of contact for those entering our sport for the first time. The IAG programme is there to help people get involved in the sport, to set up new clubs and teams and to deliver recreational playing opportunities outside of the domestic league structure. Through IAG, we offer grants for wheelchairs to teams and clubs as well as funding courses for coaches, activators and league competitions. We also run IAG events with our commercial partners, which provide a fun way for people to try our sport for the first time.

The Inspire a Generation Project Officer is vital to the smooth running of the programme as they will support the IAG Manager in the acquisition of new partners and will work closely with the Workforce Manager to create training and education opportunities through our unique funding system. This role is an integral part of the Participation team, which will enable the post-holder to gain all-round experience of sport development. This is an entry level role that will provide a great first step for anyone who is keen to develop a career in sport.

Key Responsibilities:

Administer the Activators education and support them with their progress. Support local delivery partners with their progress, monitoring participation, collating progress reports and support the Inspire a Generation Programme Manager with the smooth running of the programme.

Administer the workforce development grant applicants and support them with their progress. Complete daily enrolment checks, book and support webinars and online sessions. Support in the creation of new content and uploading/managing resources.

Complete vital tasks in the efficient running of the BWB Inspire Leagues and grassroots competitions, monitoring shared inboxes across BWB and support the participation team with any relevant programmes and projects.


  • Ensuring the health, safety and welfare of all involved with wheelchair basketball.
  • Following safeguarding procedures for children and adults at risk.
  • Undertaking other duties as appropriate to achieve BWB objectives

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How to apply

Please complete the British Wheelchair Basketball Application Form (below)

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