New Job for Jude !!

Huge congratulations go out to Tyne Bridge Harrier Jude Smith who starts work with The Tony Blair Sports Foundation next year.

Judes new job title is Office Manager and PA to the Chief Executive, and she’ll start work on 3rd January 2012. Jude will be providing administrative support to the Tony Blair Sports Foundation team – managing all front of house enquires, assisting with the organisation and delivery of TBSF events and competitions, co-ordinating mailings to Members of the Foundation, keeping financial records and updating website content.

This is such an exciting & positive opportunity for Jude who was recently informed of the uncertainty of her current employment.

From everyone at Tyne Bridge Harriers.. we wish Jude all the very best of luck in her new role and for the future.

Well done Jude.

Tyne Bridge Harriers have built up strong links with the Tony Blair Sports Foundation and are currently preparing to send 3 more club athletes on the road to coaching as they commence the Leadership In Running Fitness Course in conjunction with UK Athletics & Run England

For more information about the important work of The Tony Blair Foundation click the logo below.

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    • Denise on 10th November 2011 at 09:04
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    Great news Jude! Good luck in your new role. It sounds perfect for you.

    • Double D on 10th November 2011 at 09:23
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    Congratulations Jude, I hope the new job works out well (and doesn’t interfere with your training with the club).

    • on 10th November 2011 at 09:47
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    congratulations Jude.. fantastic news. They have definitely picked the right person for the job. well done and good luck in your new role. xx

    • Steve Allerdyce on 11th November 2011 at 19:26
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    Congratulations on your new job Jude, all the best for the future, can’t think of a better person for your new role

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