SUPPORTERS of all seven Sports Insure Premiership clubs are being given the opportunity to have a say in the league’s future – and to get involved in race-night media operations.
As part of a league-wide initiative launched by Premiership CEO Phil Morris, each club will be appointing a Fans’ Voice representative, and a Social Media ambassador.
The Fans’ Voice representative will have the chance to join Zoom meetings hosted by Morris to discuss the status of the league as a whole with their fellow club representatives, and specifically ways in which the race-night experience for supporters can be enhanced.
Meanwhile, the Social Media ambassador is a newly created race-night role which will involve working alongside each club’s existing social media team, as well as that of the BSPL, to provide content primarily for BSP social media channels while also making all content available to their respective club.
The role is primarily designed at content creation and therefore a working knowledge of social media platforms such as TikTok and Facebook/Instagram Reels would be preferable, although training will be given.
This would be a role requiring access to the pits and centre-green during home meetings, and the successful applicant would need to be able to provide content at speed.
If you are interested in either of these positions, you are asked to contact the club in the first instance at email@example.com.
Potential Fans’ Voice representatives should briefly explain why you feel you would be suitable for the position, and give an example of an idea/change to the sport which you would like to see implemented in the future.
For the Social Media ambassador role, you should provide brief details as to your suitability for the position, including your previous experience with social media.
All applications should be made by 5pm on Friday December 1st.
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