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The Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations e.V. (iNADO) offers the position of a full-time Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in Bonn, Germany, starting as soon as possible.

iNADO is the international member body of National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) and Regional Anti-Doping Organisations (RADOs) mainly funded by member subscriptions and partners. A total of 59 NADOs and 8 RADOs are currently members of the organisation. iNADO was founded in 2011 and is a non-for-profit German association since 2020.

iNADO’s strategic priority Building a Supportive Community is focused on nurturing an engaged membership that contributes to the global conversation about great antidoping practice. Building a Supportive Community is backed by three strategic activities Assess member needs, Run global collaboration platform and Coordinate expert & regional groups.

iNADO offers its CEO a leading international role in serving and protecting clean athletes and clean sport. The CEO reports to the Governing Board of Directors. The term of office is four years with the possibility of prolongation. iNADO has two multi-lingual full-time staff in addition to the CEO.

Key responsibilities
•Close cooperation with the iNADO membership and representation of their interests
•Expressing the views of the iNADO membership on anti-doping policies
•Capability to build and lead networks
•Further development and expansion of networking with the iNADO membership
•Promoting best practice for all aspects of anti-doping
•Supporting World Anti-Doping Code compliance by member NADOs
•Ongoing collaboration with other stakeholder in the field of anti-doping (e.g. WADA, Council of Europe, UNESCO, ITA)
•Responsibility of administrative procedures as well as daily oversight of office management

Key requirements
•Strategic thinking for the continuous implementation of iNADO's strategy plan
•Experience in dealing with the media/social media and the presentation of information to external and internal audiences is valued
•Excellent oral and written communication skills in English, knowledge in another language (e.g. German, French or Spanish) would be an advantage
•Experience in a management role in an international environment would be an asset
•Willingness to travel extensively worldwide

Preferred Qualifications
•University degree
•Experience and knowledge from anti-doping policy
•Practical experience in anti-doping work, preferably from an anti-doping organisation
•Knowledge of or experience with public sector or non-governmental organisations

If you are interested, please send (1) your CV, (2) a letter of application, including your salary expectations, and (3) the names of three English-speaking references (who will only be spoken to if you are interviewed for the position), no later than Wednesday 3rd July 2024, to Anders Solheim, Chair of the iNADO Governing Board:                                                               inado-application@inado.org
All further questions about this job advertisement should also be sent in writing to the above e-mail address.

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