In an effort to meet the coronavirus crisis head on, we have opened up our service to support 13 additional sports since March.
And a fresh commitment to grassroots sport means that now is the perfect time to expand, with six new roles up for grabs.
Four of these positions will be customer support focused and two jobs will be created with an emphasis upon business development.
And the new appointments reflect an ongoing expansion designed to meet the needs of a fast-growing community of like-minded sports clubs and small businesses.
In recent weeks, GiveToLocal has been buoyed by the addition of Corporate Relationship Manager David Broom.
And one of the organisation’s newest additions, Partnership Executive Luke Collins, believes that now is the perfect time for people to join the GiveToLocal team.
“Being a part of GiveToLocal has been exciting,” said Luke.
“It’s a fast-paced environment that has allowed me to be involved with so many different projects.
“Working at GiveToLocal has opened up a number of different paths for me and it’s connected me with some brilliant people.
“Most importantly, it’s also created an environment where I can enjoy my work!
“For me, joining GiveToLocal was an amazing opportunity and I’d recommend it to anyone who is looking for a new or fresh challenge.”
And Luke’s words were echoed by Service Representative Laura Herbertson, who joined GiveToLocal in February.
“One of the things I’ve loved about working at GiveTolocal is how flexible it’s been,” said Laura.
“I’m a mother to a young child and flexibility in my work is key. Everyone is really understanding of other people’s situations.
“I get satisfaction from knowing that I’m helping people across the country.
“New members of staff will be working with really passionate people who care about both their sports clubs and local communities. Everyone mucks in and we’re all in it together.”
For more information about our new vacancies, email your CV to email@example.com