Vacancies at the ICTSA

   25 Nov 2021

How can you contribute to your Sport?

The ICTSA are looking to fill the following Voluntary roles to enhance our Sport. These roles are independent to the National Executive, yet no less important to the running of the Irish Clay Target Shooting.

This is a good way to work alongside the National Executive to gain experience; with courses and training available. These roles will liaise with both the National Executive and Sport Ireland, and are a pre-requisite to the funding of our Sport.


- GDPR OfficerData protection officers are responsible for overseeing the data protection strategy and its implementation to ensure compliance with GDPR requirements.

This role would be ideal for someone who works in ecommerce or civil service, or is looking to work in these areas and enhance their GDPR knowledge.


- Anti-Doping Officer; The role of the Anti-Doping Officer is crucial, primarily in ensuring members of your NGB are informed and educated about the anti-doping rules, and also in adhering to the rules, ensuring that all athletes and athlete support personnel participate in an environment that is drug-free and promotes the spirit of sport. The Anti-Doping Officer is the main liaison person between the NGB and Sport Ireland on all Anti-Doping issues.

This role would suit those interested in Sports Science, Chemistry, Medicine etc.

For more information: Sport Ireland


- Safety Officer; The role of the Safety Officer is to develop and recommend measures for assuring personnel safety, and to anticipate potential unsafe situations. The Safety Officer works with the Grounds to prepare a ground-specific Safety Plan, and summary. This role is vital to the improvement of our facilities and sport.

This role would suit site managers, or those looking to further their career into site management. It would also suit a candidates with Public Service backgrounds.


Regular courses and training are available for all three roles.

To register your interest, please contact: honsec@ictsa.ie