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Approved Centre Scheme Coordinator


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Closing date: Monday 15th July 2024

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Approved Centre Scheme Coordinator

Closing Date for Applicants:
Monday 15th July 2024

Approved Centre Scheme Coordinator (Full Time Fixed Term - 2years)

Closing Date: 15 July 2024

Salary: £23,000.00 per annum

We also offer 26 days’ annual leave (+ public holidays) on starting, matched pension contributions up to 5%, enhanced pay when taking leave as your family grows, income protection insurance, a health-cash plan and a wide range of wellbeing and mental health support services.

Location: Our office is based near Stoneleigh in Warwickshire, and we’re typically working from there 2-3 days a week with flexibility to work remotely. You’re also welcome to work in the office more frequently.

Hours: Our usual full-time hours are 35 a week – with an early finish on a Friday! We offer other flexible work options, such as compressed hours, which we’re happy to discuss.


The Approved Centres Co-Ordinator's required to contribute to the success of the Approved Centres Department by providing effective support and project co-ordination.


What you’ll be doing:

  • Assisting with the delivery of the BHS Approved Centre Scheme ensuring quality assurance across all areas

  • Providing effective cross departmental support, for example Business Support/Safeguarding

  • Maintaining and co-ordination accurate recording processes

  • Co-ordinating Centre inspection teams, centre memberships and other projects

  • Invoice administration, including payments

What you won’t be doing:

  • Working in isolation

  • Having the same day twice

This is a great role for you if:

  • Can utilise own initiative working independently within a supportive environment.

  • Have proven experience within the equestrian industry, ideally knowledge of legal obligations.

  • Are competent with CRM systems, Microsoft, Dynamics 365 etc.

  • Are a team player with excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • You want to work in an organisation that supports you to bring your full, authentic self to work and is working really hard to be a beacon of inclusion in the equestrian sector.

Other information

The British Horse Society is committed to achieving equity for all current and prospective employees and does not condone discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, or marriage and civil partnership.

We aspire to have a diverse workforce because, in our view, diversity enables better organisational outcomes. We also believe that a more inclusive workplace, where people of different backgrounds work together, ensures better outcomes for all employees.

We therefore strongly encourage suitably experienced people from a wide range of backgrounds to apply.

Only suitable candidates will be contacted directly about this position, and we will not store or process the data of candidates for longer than is necessary for the recruitment process.

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