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.

Customer Services Officer

British Judo is seeking to appoint an exceptional and highly motivated individual to join the Customer Services Team at our Offices in Walsall. The post holder will provide excellent administrative support to BJA coaches, members and clubs.

Responsibilities and duties
Duties:
– Taking in-bound calls from existing and potential members
– Assist and provide excellent customer service to our coaches and club officials, going the extra mile to improve and maintain member satisfaction
– Work independently and as a team to achieve our objectives to increase our membership
– Keep up to date on policies and procedures to ensure a knowledgeable and expert service is provided always

Skills
About you:
– Excellent telephone manner and experience delivering exceptional customer service
– Excellent I.T. skills: Microsoft Office including Outlook and Excel
– Administrative/data entry experience
– Highly organised and able to prioritise

Customer Service Officer Job Description

Application Form  

Equal Opportunities Form 

How to apply

Applications should be made by providing a completed application form, together with an Equal Opportunities form and emailed to jobs@britishjudo.org.uk

Location: Walsall
Hours: 37.5 hours a week (predominately Mon – Fri) however there is a need to be flexible for weekend or evening work when required occasionally.
Salary: £18,000 per annum

Closing Date: Monday 23rd July 2018
Interviews will be held: Week commencing 30th July (Subject to change)

Head of IT, Digital Services and Data Protection

British Judo Association (‘BJA’) is seeking to appoint an exceptional and highly motivated Head of IT, Digital Services and Data Protection to join the Corporate Services Team at our Offices in Walsall. The post holder will contribute to the achievement of the BJA’s strategic vision and mission by leading and delivering upon the development, implementation and monitoring of the BJA’s IT and digital infrastructure.

The post holder will be responsible for IT project management and framework ownership; budget and team management together with ensuring the BJA is compliant with data protection legislation.  All of these aspects will ensure that IT services are aligned to the growing needs of the business to help improve growth, functionality, revenues, surplus and customer satisfaction.

Reporting to the Corporate Services Director, the successful candidate will:

  • Lead and develop a robust IT and Digital Services Strategy
  • Support the delivery of and maintain a robust, effective and dynamic CRM System
  • Coordinate the organisation in maintaining data protection compliance. Lead on data protection impact assessments and audits and act as the intermediary between data subjects.
  • Provide data protection(GDPR) guidance for all activities involving personal data.
  • Oversee and coordinate Subject Access Requests (SARs).
  • Deliver and maintain a fully functioning website that can accessed always by the members and the BJA internal staff, as well as other stakeholders.
  • Ensure an adequate IT support service is provided to all BJA staff to enable them to operate effectively.
  • Lead, manage and develop the IT staff in accordance with the Association’s policies and procedures to ensure they perform to the highest standards and successfully deliver their objectives that are aligned to the strategic plan.
  • Deliver multiple, medium scale IT Projects, from inception through to completion, budget management and reporting.
  • Be able to work under pressure and ensure that all deadlines are adhered to.

Head of IT Digital Services and Data Protection Job Description

Application Form  

Equal Opportunities Form 

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 and emailed to jobs@britishjudo.org.uk

Location: Walsall
Hours: 37.5 hours a week (predominately Mon – Fri) however there is a need to be flexible for weekend or evening work when required occasionally.
Salary: £30,000 to £32,000 pa dependent upon experience

Closing Date: Friday 6th July 2018
Interviews will be held: TBC

Destination@BritishJudo Apprenticeship

The British Judo Association are on the look out for apprentices who are looking to take their first steps on the coaching ladder as part of the Destination@BritishJudo programme.

Successful applicants 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 and Middlesbrough.
Places Available: 2
Hours: 37.5 hours a week (predominately Mon – Fri) however there is a need to be flexible for weekend or evening work.

Weekly Wage: £138.75

Closing Date: Thursday 14th June 2018
Interviews will be held: As applications are received, interviews will be confirmed
Possible Start Date: 31st August 2018

If you would like to discuss the role further, please email sarah.down@britishjudo.org.uk

For more information about the Middlesbrough Apprenticeship, please click here

For more information about the Stockton Apprenticeship, please click here

Other Vacancies in Judo:

Southern Area Treasurer and Secretary

The Southern Area needs your help and skills….. we are looking for 2 new members for the Southern Area Committee (SAC) for the posts of:

  • Treasurer
  • Secretary

SAC meetings are held 6 times per year including the AGM held in early July; the meetings are held at the K2 Sports Centre, Crawley.  You will need to have access to a computer and be able to use Office software for Word and Excel.

Treasurer

The Treasurer is responsible for the general management, review and planning of the Southern Area’s funding, budget, banking and record keeping.  The Treasurer is one of the signatories for cheques, and is required to present the Area’s financial reports at the AGM.

For further information, please contact Alan Rickard (Chair of Southern Area) at alan@croydonjudo.com

Secretary

The secretary is responsible for preparing and writing up SAC agendas, minutes and reports, and circulate as required (usually email).  Also preparing papers and taking the minutes for the AGM and extra meetings if required.

For further information, please contact Marion Woodard at marion.woodard@gmail.com or mobile: 07766 104000

It would be appreciated if any enquiries could be made by Wednesday 16 May as we would like to introduce the new Committee members at the AGM on Wednesday 4 July.