Scottish Ice Hockey Board Vacancies

Scottish Ice Hockey is seeking to appoint two additional non-executive Board Members to widen the scope and expertise of the Board starting in the 2023/24 Season. The two appointees will add specific knowledge and management expertise to the Board to ensure a higher level of focus on non-sport related subjects specifically

Board Vacancy: INED Diversity Inclusion & Minority Groups

The appointee will be a non-executive member of the Board of SIH and bring much needed clarity to the subject. The person should be able to show evidence of having performed a similar role in other organisations (not solely nor specifically ice hockey related) over a suitable period of time.

The role will ensure that SIH achieve a positive approach to the subject and retain that status at all times

A full job description will be provided to suitable applicants

Board Vacancy: INED Governance & Audit

The appointee will be a member of the Board of SIH and bring much needed clarity to the subject. The person should be able to show evidence of having performed a similar role in other organisations [not specifically ice hockey related] over a suitable period of time.

The role will ensure that SIH achieve a positive approach to the subject and maintain that status at all times. The role will also seek to ensure continuous improvement of SIH which in turn will create a higher level of satisfaction by its members and quality of player.

A full job description will be provided to suitable applicants

PLEASE NOTE: Both these positions are voluntary roles. Expenses are reimbursed in-line with the SIH [Ice Hockey] Expense Policy. Some travel may be involved.

How to apply

Please send a CV (including contact details) and covering letter detailing the relevant skills, knowledge and experience you have in relation to the above position[s] to: nomination@scottishicehockey.co.uk

 Closing date for applications is: February 29, 2024.

Valuing diversity

Scottish Ice Hockey (SIH), are committed to providing an environment which seeks to encourage an open and diverse community. This is reflected in our values and behaviours where we respect the rights and dignity of all people whatever their background. We believe that people from different backgrounds can bring fresh ideas, thinking and approaches which make the way work is undertaken more effective and efficient.

We therefore believe that unlawful discrimination, intimidation, or harassment of anyone connected with the SIH, specifically related to their race, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, sex, sexual orientation, disability, marital or partnership status or maternity and pregnancy cannot be tolerated. In addition, we strive to advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations between all people within SIH. As an organisation we will provide an environment where people can address and debate differences and constantly reflect on practices.