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Updated 13 March 2024

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British equestrian vacancies

Senior Performance Lifestyle Practitioner

The UK Sports Institute and British Equestrian are looking for a Senior Performance Lifestyle practitioner to help develop and support athletes towards Paris 2024 and throughout the next Olympic and Paralympic cycle to the LA Games in 2028.

The opportunity is to work as part of British Equestrian’s Human Performance Support team and the UKSI’s Performance Lifestyle team, delivering to athletes on the Olympic and Paralympic world class programme.

If you are genuinely passionate about the holistic support and development of athletes and you have the drive to develop and grow personally and professionally, the UKSI is the place for you.

You must be suitably qualified and highly experienced with the ability to demonstrate the required behaviours to enable you to develop and deliver front line support to elite level athletes and coaches as part of an incredible Performance Support Team.

The UKSI offers a great benefits package as well as unrivalled personal & professional development. You could benefit from year-round CPD programmes and 1to1 guidance and mentorship from some of the most experienced practitioners in the world. There is no better place to develop and grow as a high-performance practitioner.

If you are genuinely interested in a career in Performance Lifestyle, we would love to hear from you - please vist the UKSI website for full information and how to apply. 

Senior PL Practitioner Job description

CLOSING DATE: 9am Friday 5 April 2024

SHORTLISTING DATE: 9/10 April 2024

INTERVIEW DATE: Monday 15 April 2024

World class Performance pathways coordinator (Maternity Leave cover)

A full time role to cover maternity leave, this role provides coordination and administrative support to the World Class Programme Head of Performance Pathways (HOPP) to deliver the Sport England and UK Sport outcomes through the World Class Podium Potential Pathway programme (WCP3) and England Talent Pathway (ETP).

  • To liaise with the Olympic Disciplines (ODs), the WCP3 Discipline Coaches (DCs) and Pathway Managers (PWM) on behalf of the HOPP as required to co-ordinate training days for 11 Pathway Programmes within the UK Sport/Sport England portfolio of funding.
  • To liaise with the key stake holders and other organisations on behalf of the HOPP as required.
  • To support and promote the ETP and WCP within the BEF.
  • To provide further administrative support to the WCP and BEF activity when required.

This role will include out of hours working as well as travel within the UK. A willingness to work irregular hours and travel within the UK with overnight stays and weekend work is therefore essential.This role will include out of hours working as well as travel within the UK. A willingness to work irregular hours and travel within the UK with overnight stays and weekend work is therefore essential.

World Class Performance Pathways Coordinator full Job description

Closing date for applications: 12 noon Tuesday 2 April 2024.

First stage Interviews to be held virtually on 18 April 2024. Second stage Interviews to be held in person on 25 April 2024.

For further information regarding the role please contact Melissa Kinrade.

How to apply: If you think this is a role you’d be passionate about, please apply through Be Applied.

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