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Lead Performance Coach

British Judo is looking to appoint an exceptional individual for this post to join the coaching team and contribute to our GB-led performance programmes which aims to achieve medal winning success at significant international competitions including European, World Championships and Olympic/Paralympic Games.

These are hugely exciting and challenging times for the performance team and the successful candidate will be a team player able to deliver a world class environment and medal winning culture. The post holder will lead and performance manage a team of BJA performance coaches (full-time and parttime support coaches) at the Centre of Excellence to develop and implement preparation, competition and performance management programmes for Podium Potential athletes to optimise their performance and achieve annual goals.

The post holder will ensure athletes receive the highest quality coaching and input from sports science, medicine and lifestyle advisers through collaboration and negotiation to optimise athlete performance and development. Candidates should have a thorough understanding and appreciation of world class standards in high performance sporting environments including a comprehensive understanding of coaching, sports science and medicine, international competition and talent pathways and have experience of transitional performance pathways to support players progressing from their clubs through the Home Country Development Programme to the GB Performance Programme.

Closing date: Close of business on 25 February 2015
Interview date: 3 March 2015

Applications should be made by completed application form together with a covering letter and CV
detailing skills, experience and suitability for the role and outlining how you would achieve success in the
role.

Completed applications should be sent to:
Sally Hurman
British Judo Association
Suite B, Technology Centre
Epinal Way
LOUGHBOROUGH LE11 3GE
Email: sally.hurman@britishjudo.org.uk

BJA Lead Performance Coach - Person Specification  |  Application Form  |  Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 


Conduct and Complaints Commission

The British Judo Association is looking for volunteers to serve as Investigators for the BJA’s Conduct and Complaints Commission.  The Commission is also looking to appoint the Chair.

The Commission was set up 13 years ago and has overall responsibility to investigate and resolve complaints and conduct issues that are reported.  Wherever possible, Investigators actively seek to mediate to provide solutions, however, some issues will be required to be taken forward to disciplinary action.

In the role you will be assigned a small number of cases, ie, one or two per year.  You may also be asked to serve on adjudication panels to review other investigated cases.

The role is voluntary although expenses will be covered.

Applicants should have appropriate skills and experience to be able to investigate and report on issues accurately and thoroughly and have good mediation skills.

For further information regarding the role, please contact Keith Eldridge:  07788 391520

Expressions of interest, detailing relevant skills and experience, together with a brief CV should be sent to:

Sally Hurman
British Judo Association
Suite B, Technology Centre
Epinal Way
LOUGHBOROUGH
LE11 3GE

Email:  sally.hurman@britishjudo.org.uk

Closing date:  Midday on Friday, 20 March 2015