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  • PR Manager

    Run For All is now looking for a talented PR Manager to join its expanding marketing and communications team.

    As PR Manager, you will be responsible for developing and implementing effective communications across all key functions and for the line-management of the PR and marketing assistant. Read more here

  • Volunteers

    Can you spare a few hours, either regularly or as a one-off, to help Jane Tomlinson’s Run For All deliver its exciting calendar of sporting events, including the Leeds 10K, Leeds Half Marathon and the Yorkshire Marathon. Email to register your interest

  • Volunteer Junior Programmer

    We’re looking for a volunteer junior programmer, ideally with knowledge of VBA or .net or equivalent, to help work on a number of projects. You’ll work to help analyse where we can improve our internal systems, devise solutions, write code, carry out tests and work to identify and resolve bugs and glitches. You’ll also document your work so there is a detailed record and operating instructions for future use.

    You could be working on specific projects or assisting on daily tasks, depending on how much time you’re able to give.

    Email for more details 

  • Volunteer Admin Assistants - Several Roles

    We're looking for volunteers to help with office-based tasks in the build up to our busy event season. You don't need to have experience - just a positive attitude and enthusiastic approach. 

    You'll be helping with a number of tasks which could include: taking and directing telephone calls; answering participant emails; packing and sorting race numbers and packs; and general admin support, such as the franking and posting of external mail. 

    Whether you can commit to a regular volunteering shift, or just want to join us on an ad-hoc basis, we'd love to hear from you. 

    Volunteering is a great way to get some experience for your CV or to give something back if you have a few hours to spare.

    Through the Jane Tomlinson Appeal and Run For All events, more than £10m has been raised for charities big and small. With your help, we can do even more! 

    Interested in either position? Get in touch today via 


    Run For All is always looking for volunteers to help across event weekends. If you would like to find out about other volunteering opportunities, then check out our volunteering page

  • Event Team Officer


    Location: Leeds

    Contract: Fixed Term Contract (until 25th October)

    Salary: £26K to £31k dependent on experience.  


    Jane Tomlinson’s Run For All is one of the UK’s biggest not-for-profit sporting event companies, staging a large number of high profile mass participation events including the Lincoln 10K, Leeds 10K and York 10Ks, Leeds Half Marathon, Sheffield Half Marathon and The Yorkshire Marathon.

    Run For All is now looking for an experienced, organised, efficient and enthusiastic Event Team Officer to join its busy Leeds-based team.

    As an Event Team Officer you will work on the planning and delivery of a number of Run For All’s events, with particular emphasis on the technical side of things.

    The successful applicant will play a key role in developing and maintaining policies and procedures, producing the Event Management Plans and overseeing the creation of risk assessments. On event days, the Event Team Officer will be vital in ensuring the events are delivered to an exceptionally high standard, providing an inspiring and enjoyable experience for our tens of thousands of participants and spectators.

    To be considered for this role, applicants will need to have experience of working to tight deadlines and have previously delivered exciting and innovative events, both to time and on budget. Applicants should also be able to demonstrate excellent project management skills, have the ability to juggle several projects at a time, be highly-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision.

    Excellent communication skills are a must and applicants should also be proficient in a range of IT packages, including Microsoft Office, Word, Power Point and Excel. Knowledge of Microsoft Project would be an advantage.

    A genuine enthusiasm for sports will be an advantage in this role.

    With charity at our core, we are looking to employ someone who understands the unique ethos of and aims of our organisation. Applicants should be enthusiastic and hardworking, be flexible and have a positive attitude and a good sense of humour.

    You will need to own a car and have a full clean driving licence to be considered for this position. You should expect to work a number of weekends and occasionally, out of hours, especially throughout the event season. We do not accept applications from recruitment agencies.

    To Apply: Send a covering letter and CV to no later than 5pm on 17th May 2019. Interviews will be held in Leeds.

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