Vacancy: Chief Executive +17th September 2018
The Board of Trustees of local charity The Tigers Sport and Education Trust has today announced it is recruiting for a new role of Chief Executive who will be responsible for leading and managing the development and strategic direction of the charity.
John Davies, the Trust Manager, will be stepping down to pursue other opportunities after successfully running the organisation for 28 years.
The organisation was founded in 1990 under the name of Hull City Football in the Community, with ex-Hull City goalkeeper John at its helm, before changing its name in 2007 to reflect its charitable status. Since then the charity, that is affiliated with Hull City Football Club, has continued to grow and develop to encourage people of all ages across Hull and East Yorkshire to enjoy sport and physical activity.
Commenting on the Board’s decision, Chair Sean Royce said: “On behalf of the Trustees, I’d like to thank John for his hard work, dedication and enthusiasm which have never wavered over the years. We all wish him well in whatever he chooses to do next although I know he’s keen to ensure a thorough handover with the new CEO so we’re expecting him to be around with us for a while yet.”