RESPONSIBLE TO: General Manager
RESPONSIBLE FOR: Day to day community coordination of the school program as well as administrative duties at Raiders HQ.
SALARY BAND: Negotiable
HOURS OF WORK: Such hours as are necessary to fulfil the requirements of your position to the satisfaction of Plymouth Raiders. Variable commitments including evenings and weekends.
LOCATION: Plymouth Raiders Office, Plymouth Marjon University, Plymouth, Devon and Local schools.
TENURE: Permanent position.
HOW TO APPLY: Please email your CV to [email protected]. Due to the high amount of interest in the role, we regret that we will be unable to respond to all applicants.
APPLICATIONS: Closing date for applications is Friday 15th June 2018 with interviews expected to be completed by Wednesday 20th June 2018. Immediate start required.
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About the Plymouth Raiders
Plymouth Raiders is a professional basketball team based in Plymouth, England. The team compete in the British Basketball League (BBL), the country’s premier basketball competition – and play their home games at Plymouth Pavilions.
The club was founded in 1983 through a merger between two local basketball clubs and went on to be the longest serving and most successful team in Division 1 of the EBL National League.
Between 1996 and 2004, the Plymouth Raiders won six different competitions, including three National Basketball League Play-off titles and the National Cup in 2004. After years of dominating the lower leagues, in 2004 the Raiders moved to the British Basketball where they have established a great reputation for themselves.
Raiders also runs an elite Academy programme in the City, and works closely with the Plymouth Raiders Foundation to help develop the game of basketball across Devon and Cornwall. In August 2017 Plymouth Storm Wheelchair Basketball joined the Club and from 2017/18 season onwards will play as Plymouth Raiders Wheelchair Basketball.
In July 2017, the club was acquired by former players Richard Mollard and Ross Mackenzie, who are leading the club into an exciting new era both on and off the court.