Welcome to the British Judo vacancies page of the British Judo website. On this page you will find more information about current opportunities at British Judo and partner organisations and how you can apply for them.

Please ensure you complete and attach a completed Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form when applying for a position.

We are currently recruiting for the following positions:

4 x Intermediate Activity Leadership – PE & School Sport Apprenticeships with British Judo Association

The British Judo Sport Apprentice will be responsible for assisting the planning, preparation and delivery of high quality sport provision to children and young people in an education and community environment.

All candidates must be comfortable with delivering judo sessions and a variety of different sports and developing into a Judo Coaching Specialist. The apprentice will also have administrative responsibilities such as regular use of Microsoft Office, Word and Excel.

Specific duties include:
• Preparing session plans
• Shadowing experienced coaches delivering sessions
• Preparing risk assessments for sessions
• Administration tasks associated with preparing for sessions i.e. collating registers and health and safety information on participants

Location: 1 apprentice per area Stockton, Gateshead, Sunderland, Durham
Places Available: 4
Hours: 37.5 hours a week (predominately Mon – Fri) do need to be flexible for weekend or evening work.

Weekly Wage: £131.25 with possibility of pay increase

Closing Date: Saturday 13th June 2017
Interviews will be held: As applications are received, interviews will be confirmed
Possible Start Date: 21st August 2017

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Performance Welfare Officer

British Judo is seeking to appoint an exceptional individual for this post. The post holder will develop, implement and review safeguarding and welfare policies and systems within the World Class Performance and Talent Development programmes to optimise athlete welfare and well-being and ensure appropriate duty of care principles are maintained.

Prior experience in a boarding/pastoral care environment with a full understanding of the social and personal needs of today’s teenagers will be important.

They will contribute to the creation and maintenance of a high-performing culture for athletes within the World Class Performance and Talent Pathway programmes, ensuring the systems and processes are in place to support athletes as they enter, remain and exit the programme.

The closing date for applications is close of business on 23rd June 2017, with interviews taking place shortly after.

Performance Welfare Officer Job Description

Applications should be made by completed by providing a covering letter, completed application form and CV detailing your expertise, skills, experience and suitability for the role and outlining how you would achieve success in the role. Candidates should also outline their salary expectations.

Completed applications should be sent to:
Sharon Hellend, Executive Assistant
British Judo Association
University of Wolverhampton
Gorway Road

Or Email to: jobs@britishjudo.org.uk

Other Vacancies in Judo:

Judo Education Schools Program Coach

Judo Education has a full-time coaching position available from September 2017.

Judo Education have been delivering coaching to schools now for over 20 years and prides itself on offering a great service through a committed team there is an opportunity for you to join this team.

The job is based in the north west area and will involve working in primary schools all training and lesson plans will be provided and you will be fully supported through out the period.

The successful applicant would need to have a relevant coaching qualification through the BJA.

If you are interested in the position and you would like to discuss it further then please contact 01744 731747 and ask for Carl or email carl@judoeducation.co.uk