Almost eighteen months ago, the NSRA announced the need for “Organisational Change”, an agenda that the Association remains committed to, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. At the outset, it was explained this was a necessary process to ensure, as your NGB, we are fully fit for purpose and well equipped to address the challenges and demands our sport faces in the future.
Throughout the process, our efforts have been and will continue to be geared towards delivering a significantly improved service to all our affiliates, which you will have noticed from some of the new technologies we have recently deployed and changes in management personnel and approach. Apart from an enhanced user experience new technology has enabled the NSRA to become a more efficient organisation. Consequently, this has necessitated a review of the job roles we need to continue to ensure our user’s needs are comfortably met while maintaining all existing operational functions. The outcome of this is a new organisational structure, which will be published shortly following final confirmation of the job roles.
As part of the changes, we have regrettably had to make a small number of job roles redundant. This in no way is a reflection of the individuals concerned and the contributions they have made. Far from it, as the Association would like to place on record our deep appreciation for everyone’s service and hard work. However, the decisions concerned are necessary for us to modernise and secure a bright future for the NSRA. We will of course support those employees concerned in their search for new employment.
As we move forward, we will keep all our members and affiliated clubs and associations updated about the changes we are making. Of course, if there is any further clarification or information you require, please contact us. All the main contact details can be found on the NSRA website.
|Phil Pride||Dave Froggett|
|Joint Acting Chief Executive Officers|