Vacancies

Below are detailed the vacancies with Volleyball England, including both full-time and voluntary positions.

If no roles are advertised, then there are currently none available, so please check back again soon.

To apply for a Volleyball England role, please send a completed copy of the relevant application form detailed on to jobs@volleyballengland.org, unless otherwise specified.

Candidates may be asked to take part in a telephone interview, or invited to attend for interview, where they may be requested to carry out tasks/tests that assess their suitability for the role.

Please note we cannot reply to every application for a vacancy, only those invited for interview.

For jobs relating to other clubs or organisations, please follow the instructions as indicated on the vacancy.

Current Vacancies


Junior Coaches

Stockport Volleyball Club (based in South Manchester) is looking for juniors coaches for its boys and girls programmes for the 2024-25 season. It is looking for coaches to lead its U15 and U16 boys and girls teams, from September 2024 to April 2025.

The coach commitment must be for two practice sessions per week, periodic coaches meetings, Volleyball England Tier 1 competitions and local competitions.

The minimum qualification to apply is Volleyball England Assistant Coach Award (Level 1), or equivalent experience. Funding for coach education is available. 

A coach honorarium is provided as is coach apparel.

To apply, please submit a copy of your coaching CV and coaching philosophy to info@stockportvolleyball.com. If successfully progressing from the first stage of the recruitment process, you will be invited for an interview with Stockport committee members and a potential trial session with club members.

The closing date for applications is Friday May 31 2024.

Talent Pathway Coaches (Indoor and/or Beach) 

The purpose of these role is to be a member of the England Talent Pathway coaching staff in one or more roles, as designated by the appropriate Performance Director. 

Roles assigned will be based on current needs and priorities, as well as the volunteer’s skills, experience, and developmental potential. 

Talent coaches also help build a strong community of supporters who can aid in administering and promoting the England Talent Pathway. 

Please note: Candidates will need to fulfil several requirements, including, but not limited to: a current enhanced DBS check, carried out through Volleyball England, which is no more than three years old (costs covered by VE), and attendance at a recognised and valid Safeguarding and Protecting Children training course in the last three years (costs covered by VE). 

For full role description, person specification and how to apply, click here

Scottish Volleyball Board members

Scottish Volleyball (SV) is recruiting new board members to assist in the continued development of the sport and organisation in Scotland. 

It is seeking individuals with relevant skills and experience in the areas of Finance, Legal and Technical. 

The purpose of the SV Board is to provide leadership and develop policy on behalf of SV and work with key agencies and other sub regional partners to develop sport and its infrastructure across Scotland. 

Key responsibilities of the board include strategic planning, leading and partnering, the management of financial resources and Engaging in policy formulation and consultation. 

Successful applicants will be expected to attend Board Meetings, annual memberships meetings and key sporting events. 

Click here for full job advert. Click here for role specification. Click here for Board skills matrix template. 

If you are interested in being considered for one of these roles, please complete and send the Board skills matrix, a current CV and covering letter to hr@scottishvolleyball.org outlining your expertise for the role along with a detailed description of what you would bring to the Board. 

The closing date for applications is Friday 31st May 2024 and interviews will be held in the week commencing 10th June. 

Scottish Volleyball Development Officer (Community) and Development Officer (Foundation)

Scottish Volleyball, in partnership with sportscotland, is seeking to recruit a Development Officer (Community) and a Development Officer (Foundation) to deliver on the strategic plan “We Are Volleyball” in communities around Scotland.

The successful candidates will share the organisation's passion and vision for the growth and development of volleyball in Scotland. The appointed person will be required to demonstrate a proven record of successfully working in community sports and a sound understanding of the Scottish sporting landscape.

Click to view the Development Officer (Community) job advert, role description and person specification.

Click to view the Development Officer (Foundation) job advert, role description and person specification.

Please return your application to: hr@scottishvolleyball.org

The closing date for both roles is 5pm on Wednesday 29th May 2024, with interviews on Monday 10th June 2024.

Further Information

Volleyball England has an equity policy and is committed to equal opportunities. The equity policy can be found on www.volleyballengland.org

Volleyball England is committed to best practice in the care of children and as such this post may be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. The child protection policy can be found on www.volleyballengland.org.