Could you be our Disciplinary Committee Chair?

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Annie Stone

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Table Tennis England is looking for a suitable volunteer to Chair our experienced Disciplinary Committee, this role is crucial to the Governance of Table Tennis England.

 

Role Description

Status: Voluntary

Remuneration: Expenses (in accordance with relevant policy)

Time Commitment: As required when cases are presented

Term of Office: 2-year term to a maximum of 4 terms

 

The applicant must be a current member and have the attributes as highlighted below and be able to deliver as per the Disciplinary Regulations and the Terms of Reference for the committee.

Table Tennis England are the National Governing Body for Table Tennis England and our volunteer committees work with our staff and Board to ensure the smooth running of table tennis across England.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

To act in relation to an alleged Disciplinary Breach, including the power to impose appropriate sanctions in accordance with Regulations Part D: Disciplinary Regulations.

 

KEY SKILLS:

· Experience in leading a team (essential)

· knowledge and experience of working with regulations/procedures/code of conducts (essential)

· knowledge of table tennis administration (essential)

· Ability to interview and gain facts from those referred (essential)

· Ability to approach cases with an open mind, listen to both sides and decide cases solely on the evidence presented (essential)

· Investigation report interpretation (desirable)

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Applications should include a summary of experience and a personal statement, sent to:

Victoria Wiegleb

Executive Assistant

Table Tennis England

Bradwell Road

Loughton Lodge

Milton Keynes

MK8 9LA

Or by email [email protected]

If you would like an informal chat with the current chair also let us know and we can arrange this.

 

Closing dates for applications:

All applications or expressions of interest should be received by the 31st October 2021

Table Tennis England is an equal opportunities organisation and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, regardless of their race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. Click here to see our equal opportunities policy.

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