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

Job Title: Physiotherapist
Based: British Judo Centre of Excellence, Walsall Campus
Salary: £30,000 p.a
Hours: 37 hours per week

The British Judo Association (BJA) is a dynamic, proactive organisation. Working with our partners in high performance sport we aim to achieve sustained international success for British Judo through the delivery of world class, integrated and innovative services.

In 2012 we saw the most successful British Judo performance at an Olympic Games this century, creating a springboard for even greater performances across the Rio and Tokyo Olympic cycles. Contributing to this success, and behind every medal winning athlete, can be found a world class support team – all focused on the achievement of medal winning margins. An opportunity exists to become a member of this team if you, like the elite athletes we support, have the drive, passion and commitment to be the best you can be.

The British Judo Association World Class Performance Programme (WCPP) are seeking to appoint a fulltime Chartered Physiotherapist to join the Science and Medicine team based at the Centre of Excellence, Walsall. We are looking for a highly motivated individual who has experience of working in a multi-disciplinary high-performance environment. The ability to be flexible, both in terms of working practice and hours, is essential and the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the desire and capability to be an excellent team player.

Reporting to the Lead Physiotherapist, the role will involve:
• Delivery and development of the Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation service for British Judo World Class Programme athletes.
• Having a focus on injury prevention and rehabilitation and will have a significant emphasis on a multi-disciplinary approach to strength and conditioning.
• The delivery of the Physiotherapy service from identified locations and at international training camps with the requirement to work flexible hours.
• Being an integrated member of the Sports Science and Medical and wider Performance team based in Walsall.

To be considered for the role, you must meet the following criteria:
• A qualification at degree level (or equivalent) in Physiotherapy.
• Membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) and registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC).
• Considerable experience in the provision of physiotherapy services to athletes and coaches which should include work with high performance teams or squads.

British Judo is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from all suitably qualified persons are encouraged.

How to apply:

Applications should be made by providing a completed Application Form and covering letter outlining how you would achieve success in the role, together with an Equal Opportunities form emailed to jobs@britishjudo.org.uk. All relevant application forms can be found at the top of the page.

If you have any questions regarding this post, please contact David Hart, Lead Physiotherapist 07834 161208

Closing date: Monday 26 November 2018 @ 1 pm (GMT).
Interview date: Week Commencing Monday 3 December 2018 (Walsall).

Applicant must have the right to live and work in the UK.

Job Title: Head of Coaching (Welsh Judo Association)
Responsible To: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Location: Cardiff with extensive travel
Salary: £30,000 -£34,000 (dependent on experience)
Hours: 37 hours per week. The role will require evening and weekend work.
Contract Type: Four year fixed-Term contract.

Job Purpose
The Welsh Judo Association are recruiting for an experienced and committed Performance Coach, responsible for the development of players with the technical and tactical ability to deliver long term sustainable medal success at IJF major events. At the heart of this role is the daily delivery within our national academy, where players can progress from their clubs, through our Home Country Development Programme to the GB Performance Programme.

Key Responsibilities
1. Deliver an over supply of players accepted onto the GB Performance Programme. Work closely with the CEO, setting and achieving realistic targets within the operational plan for:
• Periodisation models for preparation and competition
• Squad structures
• Selection standards
• Performance reviews

2. Together with the CEO, recruit, deploy and develop a team of coaches to support the programme and the players.
3. Provide line management of the Performance Pathway Coach.
4. Act as Head of Delegation at domestic and international camps and competitions, promoting a positive image of Welsh Judo at all times.
5. Be the key driver in building key relationships with coaches, parents and players.

Job Description
6. Provide performance management of the training environment and athletes in accordance to Welsh Judo systems and policies.
7. Create individual action plans (IAP’s), setting outcome, performance & process goals that are integrated into training sessions.
8. Deliver structured, exciting, progressive judo sessions that develop players through the pathway from fundamental judo principles through to technical and tactical sessions for elite performance.
9. Develop and oversee the competition programme of players within the Talent Cymru squad at Pre-Cadet, Cadet, Junior and Senior age groups.
10. Oversee delivery of Sports Science Sports Medicine support (psychology, physiology, nutrition, performance analysis, strength & conditioning).
11.Work alongside the Performance Operations Manager to develop the Coach Cymru working group, ensuring a clear coaching pathway for Welsh coaches.
12. Work alongside the Performance Operations Manager to oversee delivery on the national coaching conference and masterclasses.

Job Requirements
1. Qualified BJA or UKCC level 2 judo coach
2. Current driving licence
3. Enhanced DBS disclosure

This job description is not regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in the light of the changing needs of the association.

All applicants must complete an Equal Opportunities form when applying for the role. To download the form, please click here

For more information about the role, please click here

Job Title: Performance Pathway Coach (Welsh Judo Association)
Responsible To: Head of Coaching
Location: Home based with extensive travel
Salary: £12,500
Hours: 20 hours per week. The role will require evening and weekend work.
Contract Type: One year fixed-Term contract with the potential for extension, depending on funding.

Job Purpose

The Welsh Judo Association are recruiting for an experienced and committed Performance Pathway Coach, responsible for overseeing the development of players at Pre-Cadet and Cadet age groups.

At the heart of this role is working with coaches and players at their own clubs, coach support at our national academy, as well as leading delivery at Pre-Cadet National training.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Deliver structured, exciting, progressive judo sessions that develop players through the pathway from fundamental judo principles through to technical and tactical sessions for elite performance.
  2. Act as Head of Delegation for Pre-Cadet and Cadet age groups at domestic and international camps and competitions, promoting a positive image of Welsh Judo at all times.
  3. Be the key driver in building key relationships with coaches, parents and players through weekly club visits.
  4. Oversee the competition programme of players within Pre-Cadet and Cadet age groups, supporting the co-ordination and logistics for all programme activities.
  5. Work as part of the coaching team, providing coaching support where needed at the Welsh national academy.
  6. Support the Performance Operations Manager to oversee development of Pre-Cadet and Cadets, including the development of a parents curriculum.
  7. Responsible for own administrative duties, regularly liaising and reporting with Head of Coaching, Performance Operations Manager and Communications Officer.
  8. Ensure ethical practice is promoted and adhered to such as safeguarding and anti-doping.

Job Requirements
1. Qualified BJA or UKCC level 2 judo coach
2. Current driving licence
3. Enhanced DBS disclosure

This job description is not regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in the light of the changing needs of the association.

All applicants must complete an Equal Opportunities form when applying for the role. To download the form, please click here

For more information about the role, please click here

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