At Women in Sport, we’re a small team, but we’re doing big things. Transforming sport for the benefit of every woman and girl in the UK isn’t easy, but we’re committed to making the biggest difference we can. If you want to join us in our mission, why not consider a career with Women in Sport. We’re in. Are you?

We are an inclusive and diverse employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Please check back regularly for news on upcoming positions within the Women in Sport Team.

Women in Sport is recruiting for a new Chair of Trustees.

Our current Chair, Sally Hancock, is stepping down after four years, and we are looking for a new chair to take on this critical leadership role during a time of significant opportunity for the charity.

This is a high profile public role where your visible leadership, enthusiasm and drive will help us make a huge impact by increasing the visibility of women’s sport, in the media and in everyday life.

Preferably you will be a skilled chair and strategic leader with a track record of success. Politically and commercially astute, you will be committed to working in partnership with people who work in sport.  If you are passionate about raising the profile of women in sport and leading improvements to drive positive change and remove barriers in sport, we are keen to hear from you.

We welcome applications from women and men.

Click here to view the full recruitment pack. 

If you’d like a brief chat with our current Chair, Sally Hancock, about the role please contact Alistair Milner at Sports Recruitment International:

Please contact Alistair Milner at Sports Recruitment International:



£30,000 pro rata

3 days per week, fixed term until October 2019

Application deadline – 12pm Monday 23rd October 2017

Women in Sport is the leading charity who’s vision it is for a society where gender equality exists in every sphere. With over 30 years experience we are advancing gender equality through and within sport; empowering women and girls through sport and transforming the sport sector.

We are looking for an Innovation Manager to lead on our commitment to the Get Out & Get Active programme joining the team to help support us in delivering our ambition. We need someone who shows a passion for women’s sport and has proven experience in relationship building, project management and working in the area of disability and inclusion.

In January 2016 ‘Spirit of 2012’ awarded a grant to a consortium of organisations to deliver the ‘Get Out & Get Active’ (GOGA) initiative. GOGA has been established to help reach the least active people in fun and inclusive opportunities, so that disabled and non-disabled people across the UK, their families and friends, can enjoy recreational physical activity together.

The initiative is led by The English Federation of Disability Sport and this role will have responsibility for delivering Women in Sport’s part of the programme. Women in Sport have committed to working with a range of organisations in selected locations across the UK (18 locations overall with a focus on a small number for Women in Sport). The role will focus on developing new relationships and providing partners with innovative ways to engage the least active women and girls in sport and physical activity, with a specific focus on disability. This will centre on sharing existing insight, generating new research and importantly the activation of learnings for positive impact.

This is a part-time role, 3 days per week, fixed-term until October 2019. The post can be based in either London or we will consider other bases around the country.

Click here to view the full job description

How to apply: If you feel inspired to come and work with us, please submit a covering letter (maximum 2 sides A4) and detailed CV to The covering letter should explain why this role interests you and how your experience addresses the criteria as set out in the job description.

The closing date for applications is 12pm on the 23rd October 2017. The first round of interviews will be held during the week commencing 30th October 2017.

Job start date: w/c 4th December 2017

We are an inclusive and diverse employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

For further information on the role contact 020 3137 6263.

Only successful applicants will be contacted for interview.