London Youth Games recruiting for 2 new roles

2nd Nov 2022
Yolanda Martin

Get involved in the world’s largest and most inclusive city-focused Youth Games

We believe sport is a right for all.

Following the challenging pandemic, the return of Europe’s largest youth multi-sport event has never been more needed.

With 96 competitions taking place across 31 sports, the London Youth Games hosts more activities than the Commonwealth Games, the Paralympic Games and the Winter Olympics. And we do it every year!

In the last 2 years, we reached over 280,000 young people, including 44% ethnically diverse communities and 1,100 young disabled people through our inclusive sports programme.

Next year we’ll go one step further. We’ll host events at world-class venues, such as Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, to continue to inspire the next sporting generation.

Essentially, to create a Games for everyone.

We’re recruiting for 2 new roles to play a part in this mission.

About the London Youth Games

We are committed to providing opportunities through both participation and volunteering for all young Londoners, with a commitment that our workforce and the Games become reflective of London’s rich diversity. We encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including Black, Asian, and ethnically diverse people, disabled people, women, and people from the LGBTQ+ communities.

Disability Activation Manager

Responsible for leading the development and delivery of the organisation’s work providing growing participation and volunteering opportunities for young disabled people.

This involves leading and collaborating with the wider team to deliver projects, competitions, and events for young disabled people, as well as building awareness of the growing opportunities for young disabled people across our programmes and across London.

Disability Activation Manager – Role Description Oct 2022

Closing date: 9.00am, Wednesday 30 November 2022


Sport & Event Officer

Responsible for supporting the Sport Development & Delivery and Event team to create exceptional competitions, events and experiences for young people across our School & Open Games programmes.

This is well suited to a team-oriented individual with strong inter-personal skills, and great enthusiasm for sports, youth and event management.

Sports and Events Officer – Role Description Oct 2022

Closing date: 9.00am, Thursday 24 November 2022


How to apply

Download the job description(s) using the links above. Please send a CV and covering letter (maximum 2 pages) outlining your suitability for the role and detailing why you are interested to [email protected] by the closing date.