British Judo Job Board
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Competitions and Events Officer
The British Judo Association is seeking to appoint a candidate who has a passion for delivering exceptional customer service for the position of Competitions and Events Officer.
Candidates must possess excellent communication skills and have exceptional administration, organisation and IT skills in order to work with key stakeholders to establish and develop the Association’s competition structure and pathway and provide assistance to the BJA Events Officer to ensure BJA hosted national and international competitions are delivered to a high standard.
A knowledge of Judo would be a distinct advantage, however, this is not a prerequisite.
Job/person specification together with application and equal opportunities monitoring forms are available from the BJA website: www.britishjudo.org.uk
Application by completed application form together with a covering letter detailing skills, experience and suitability for the role to:
Closing date: 2.00 pm on Friday, 21 March 2014
Interview: To be advised
Independent Non-Executive Director Post
There has never been a better time to be involved in UK Sport, these are hugely exciting and challenging times for the British Judo Association which is the National Governing Body for the Olympic Sport of Judo in Great Britain. The Association represents Great Britain internationally and is a member of The International Judo Federation, The European Judo Union, The British Olympic Association, The Central Council of Physical Recreation, Commonwealth Judo Association, and the Commonwealth Games Council.
We are looking for an exceptional individual to become an Independent Non-Executive Director to enhance the strategic capabilities of the Board and prepare to take the Association through to its next funding cycle. You will have current senior experience in the commercial sector with particular emphasis on sponsorship and a passion for sport.
You will be expected to attend approximately six meetings per year and will be invited to various BJA events. The post is not remunerated but reasonable expenses will be paid. The appointment will be initially for two years.
To indicate your interest in this post please send your CV with a covering letter outlining relevant skills and experience to:
Chief Executive’s Office
British Judo Association
Suite B, Loughborough Technology Centre
OR email: email@example.com
Closing date for applications: close of business on Friday, 27 March 2014
Service Manager – Eastern Area
The British Judo Association is seeking high caliber candidates for the post of Service Manager in the Eastern Area comprising Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex.
The post holder will contribute to the success of the British Judo Association through the delivery of the development initiatives outlined in the BJA’s Strategic Plan 2012-2020 and detailed in related Delivery Plans to ensure that the Association’s key strategic objective and performance indicators are achieved.
Candidates will possess excellent organizational, literacy and IT skills and be able to demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills.
For a copy of the job specification and person specification, please visit our website at www.britishjudo.org.uk
Application by completed BJA employment application form with a supporting letter detailing your experience, skills, abilities and suitability for the role. Applications should be sent to:
Sally Hurman, Executive Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 2.00 pm on Friday, 21 March 2014
Interview date: Monday, 7 April 2014
(Working with British Judo)
Based at British Judo Centre of Excellence in Walsall
Salary: Level 1 - £17,736 - £22,978 p.a.
Level 2 - £24,745 - £26,260 p.a.
Hours: 37 hours per week
The post holder will contribute to the achievement of the aims and objectives of the English Institute of Sport and British Judo through:
• Being responsible for all aspects of Performance Analysis, data management, statistical analysis and skill acquisition in the preparation and support to the elite athletes and coaches.
• Working closely within a multi-disciplinary team, led by the Performance Director, to design, implement and deliver a world class Performance Analysis and Data Management system for use by staff and athletes.
You should have:
• A qualification at degree level in sports science or a related subject specialising in the area of performance analysis and enrolled on higher level of studying.
• Considerable experience in the provision of performance analysis support to athletes and coaches to improve performance. This experience should include work with national teams and their athletes.
• Experience of and ability to modify performance analysis programmes according to the results of assessment data, in conjunction with coaches and other support staff.