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Parklife Engagement Officer

Details Category: News

Published: Tuesday, 25 July 2017 12:28

Media & Communication Roles

If you have a creative passion for photography or design, a love for all things social media, or fancy yourself a descriptive genius in journalism or blogging then these roles can be suited to your individual skill-set providing you the perfect voluntary outlet to build your experience and portfolio. Join the ever-growing fun and social Parklife team, apply your passion and make the most of your University experience.  

Parklife is a dynamic and evolving programme which is constantly delivering exciting activities or events which require promoting and reporting. In these roles you can have a real impact across the University for the Parklife programme helping to engage students and staff into a variety of activities.

There is no need to have a big interest or knowledge in sport to take on one of these roles as all relevant information will be provided in a comprehensive support package from Sport Brighton.   

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Parklife Activator

Details Category: News

Published: Tuesday, 25 July 2017 11:50

Activator Role

Activators are the face of Parklife. Without them, Parklife would not be able to deliver such a wide variety of activities within its programme. Activators facilitate sessions to ensure all are included and have fun. They help set up the sessions, can coordinate games and competition, provide links into SportsFed clubs and help everyone have to keeps coming back to the sessions.

Activators do not always need to be 'sporty' or 'outgoing' individuals, anyone can make the role their own. Its a great addition to the CV, with a great support and benefits package from Sport Brighton as well as being a social and fun position to add to your University experience.

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Sport Brighton staff member wins Sussex FA Community Award

Details Category: News

Published: Thursday, 20 July 2017 16:08

Sussex County FA Community Awards

Beth Garner, Sports Club Coordinator for Sport Brighton has been recognised for her ‘invaluable commitment to the grassroots game’ by being awarded with the Sussex County FA Football Workforce Young Volunteer Award.

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University Tennis Ambassador

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Published: Tuesday, 18 July 2017 16:05

University of Brighton Tennis Ambassador

Parklife is the social and recreational sport strand of Sport Brighton’s service to the University of Brighton. Designed to engage students and staff into more activity; leagues, drop-in sessions and one-off events so everyone can ‘play your way’.

As part of the Parklife volunteering programme we partner with various national governing bodies of sport to develop a sport-specific activator role tasked with improving the respective sports Parklife offer in the wider programme. Through the partnerships comes an increased amount of support and benefits to the role.

In partnership with the Tennis Foundation we are looking for students to apply for the Tennis Ambassador role.

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