Programme Coordinator

Home working
16 Sep 2022
07 Oct 2022
Contract Type
Part Time

A new role has arisen for a Programme Coordinator to help deliver the Pathway into Racing through Pony Racing. The Pathway is in its second year and is spearheaded by the Pony Racing Authority. It brings together activities delivered by partners including Racing to School, the Pony Club, Careers in Racing, the British Racing School and the National Horseracing College. The Pathway aims to introduce young riders to racing with particular emphasis on diversity and inclusion.

The goal of the 5-year collaborative strategy is to align the activities delivered by each of these organisations as part of a formal pathway, and to maximise their impact. It will build on the great progress already being made to train and develop jockeys and racing staff of the future.

The role is funded by the Racing Foundation for 4 days a week and is ideal for someone who can work from home. The role offers some flexibility.

Key elements of the role involve:

  • Responsibility for delivering and coordinating activities Identifying and reporting on the impact of these activities Responsible for targeting activities in line with the focus of the pathway Responsible for collating data and updating the Pathway database Helping to delivering and maintain the communications and social media strategy Be responsible for compiling reports for grant funders and stakeholders

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be self-motivated, happy working on your own and as part of a team Have experience of programme coordination or similar for which you have been responsible for delivery Have good office and administrative skills with an eye for detail Possess excellent communication skills Marketing and social media skills Be prepared to travel to events Awareness of what is required to work with young people Demonstrate commitment to our Diversity and Inclusion strategy

We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.

To apply for the role please send a CV and covering letter to Clarissa Daly at