Current vacancies

Programme Leader, Changing Places Bristol (Closing date - 5 pm Wednesday 5 June 2024)

Access Sport is looking to appoint a new Programme Leader with lead responsibility for our Changing Places programme in Bristol. The post holder will support the delivery of our ambitious Stand for Inclusion Growth Strategy, manage our existing place-based work and local team and drive the development of new projects in Bristol.

To find out more and how to apply please download the job pack:

Programme Leader, Changing Places Bristol Job Pack
Programme Leader Application Form

Finance and Systems Officer (Closing date - 5 pm Wednesday 5 June 2024)

We are looking to appoint a Finance and Systems Officer, sitting within the Finance Directorate. This role will also work closely with the Fundraising and Communications team, as well as the wider delivery teams to support accurate and timely recording of income and expenditure in the finance and CRM systems.

To find out more and how to apply please download the job pack:

Finance and Systems Officer Job Pack 
Finance and Systems Officer Application Form

Fundraising and Events Coordinator (Closing date - 5 pm Friday 7 June 2024)

Access Sport has an exciting opportunity to appoint a new Fundraising and Events Coordinator to join our growing team. The charity's income has grown by 62% in the last two years and is set for further growth over the next three years as we implement our Stand for Inclusion growth strategy. We are looking for an ambitious and motivated individual to support the Fundraising team to achieve this growth.

To find out more and how to apply please download the job pack:

Fundraising and Events Coordinator Job Pack
Fundraising and Events Coordinator Application Form

Social Impact Cycling Coach (No closing date - applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis)

We are looking to appoint a Stockwood Activator as part of our cycling inclusion work to lead activation at Stockwood Bike Park.

To find out more and how to apply please download the job pack:

Social Impact Cycling Coach Job Pack

Why join the team?

Access Sport is an exciting and dynamic place to work. No two days are the same. There are opportunities for our team members to get involved in all aspects of the charity, from the delivery of our programmes on the ground, to fundraising, event management and finance.

We are committed to being a supportive and enjoyable place to work. As an Access Sport employee you will benefit from:

    • 25 days holiday in addition to the usual public holidays and time off between Christmas and New Year (after two years of continuous service this increases to 26 days and after five years to 28 days holiday)
    • A healthy living & well-being employer 
    • Employee Assistance Programme – access to a 24/7 confidential helpline and online information, plus counselling sessions (LifeWorks)
    • New Mums and Dads, including adoptive parents, can take enhanced maternity and paternity leave
    • The cycle to work scheme, saving up to 39% on a new bike and accessories
    • Government opt-in workplace pension scheme
    • Group Life Assurance for all current staff on payroll
    • Bristol, London and Manchester offices include suitable facilities to encourage active travel
    • Personal training and development support
    • Monthly ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ team activities and other social events
    • Team days throughout the year  

Our Values

Our mission to transform lives through sport inspires and motivates our team. Our five core values define our way of working and are what make us distinctive:

Inclusive - We believe that everyone should have equal opportunity to access the benefits of physical activity and sport in their local community

Passionate - We are passionate about transforming lives through sport and determined to have a lasting impact

Empowering - We empower communities and individuals from disadvantaged areas to provide transformational sporting and personal development opportunities

Innovative - We are ambitious, creative and forward-thinking, bringing new initiatives and ideas to the sector

Honest - We are open, transparent and trustworthy – always holding ourselves to the highest standard of integrity

Equal Opportunities

Access Sport is committed to becoming disability confident and an employer of choice irrespective of disability, gender, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation and age. We are actively seeking to diversify and to create a workplace that is welcoming for all, ensuring that our workforce is representative of wider society and the communities we support.  

Download our Equal Opportunities form here.


Disability Confident Scheme

We are committed to the employment and career development of disabled people. As part of this commitment, we operate a guaranteed interview scheme (GIS) for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role they have applied for.

Disability Confident is a government scheme designed to encourage employers to recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions. Access Sport is currently at Level 2: Disability Confident Employer. 

For an internal or external applicant, we commit to:

  • Interviewing applicants with a disability who successfully evidence their ability to fulfil the responsibilities and meet the essential person specification criteria.
  • Providing an inclusive and accessible recruitment process.
  • Making reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process so disabled job applicants have the best opportunity to demonstrate that they can do the job.
  • Supporting employees and making adjustments during employment.

Our Disability Confident scheme commitments apply to all vacancies at Access Sport. Under the Equality Act 2010, a disability is defined as a physical or mental condition which has a long-term and substantial effect on your daily life. If you would like to be considered for a guaranteed interview, please include this request in the email with your application. To be invited to interview, candidates applying under GIS should achieve an aggregate score of 60% of the total possible marks across the assessment against evidence of their ability to fulfil the responsibilities and meet the essential person specification criteria. Applicants are scored against each key responsibility and person specification criteria using the following ratings: 0. No evidence; 1. Little/some evidence; 2. Good evidence; 3.Excellent evidence. 

For more information contact [email protected] / 020 7993 9883.