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Center of Excellence Coach
British Judo Centre of Excellence, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus
Salary: Circa £30k
The BJA Performance System is a GB-led programme with a long term goal of sustainable medal success at
all major events. To achieve this we need to be one unified team going in one direction with a shared
mental model of core values, progression, professionalism, commitment, work ethic, responsibility, trust
At the core of the programme will be a transitional performance pathway where players can progress from
their clubs, through the Home Country Development Programmes to the GB Performance Programme,
primarily delivered at the BJA Centre of Excellence.
The BJA Centre of Excellence Coach is responsible for the delivering the highest quality coaching and
supporting Olympic and Paralympic elite athletes within the centre and BJA programmes to enable British
Judo to achieve its vision.
If you are interested in joining at this exciting time in the history of British Judo then please do apply.
Application by completed application form with a covering letter detailing skills and experience and suitability for the role. Completed applications should be sent to email@example.com
Our policy is that no employee, member or applicant for employment receives less favourable treatment than another on the grounds of race, colour, ethnic, racial or national origins, religion (or religious belief), sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age or disability. Further, no person will be disadvantaged by any condition or requirement that is not justified by the genuine needs of the job or the Association.
Closing date: Close of Business Monday, 23 June 2014
Date for interview: Tuesday 1st July 2014
The National Coaching Commission (NCC) is being re-formed under the chairmanship of BJA Director Peter Blewitt and he is currently seeking applications for Commission members who have an interest in the development of coaching and in coach education in the UK.
The work of the NCC is important and at times complex, and as such a considerable expertise in the area of coach education and coach development is an essential requirement. Members must be able to contribute to the development of coaching and must be prepared to make a considerable time commitment to attend a variety of meetings and do the necessary work that the role entails. Excellent IT and communication skills are an essential requirement.
Applicants require approval by the BJA Technical Panel based on a recommendation from the NCC. If approved, they will become the members of the NCC where they will have a UK-wide responsibility for coaching matters.
Interested applicants should submit their CV outlining their judo experience and coaching background along with a covering letter, detailing the areas where they feel they can contribute to the work of the Commission. They should be prepared to attend an interview if required.
The completed CV should be sent to Joyce Heron, Education and Training Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org