Jobs and Volunteer Positions in Wrestling
Jobs and Volunteer Positions
Legacy Project Officer
British Wrestling, the national governing body for wrestling in the UK, is seeking to appoint a dynamic and enthusiastic Legacy Project Officer to deliver its legacy ambitions for the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games. This is an exciting opportunity to join the national governing body for the Olympic and Commonwealth sport of wrestling.
The Legacy Project Officer will work with targeted communities in the West Midlands, Northwest, and London/ Southeast to facilitate female wrestling projects that increase participation, retention and tackle inequalities in participation. The successful candidate will have experience of working with clubs and communities to develop inclusive programmes that demonstrate the social impact of sport.
The post holder will work with our digital partners to create digital communities to enhance the participant experience and our monitoring and evaluation partners to ensure the impact of the project is captured.
This is an exciting time to join British Wrestling a growing and ambitious governing body as we grow the sport and develop our female participation.
Full details of the role including a person specification are available here.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Craig Anthony on 07972 780542 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com. Please clearly state in the covering letter how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification. The deadline for applications is Sunday 17th July and interviews will take place on Monday 25th July.
Assistant Level 2 Coaches – North/Midlands Regional Squads
Any level 2 coaches who would like to volunteer to assist in the North/Midlands Regional Squad sessions please contact Mick Sudron at firstname.lastname@example.org, North and Dean Brown at email@example.com, Midlands.
You must have a full membership to BWA and your club must be registered as either an affiliated or associated club.
If too many coaches apply there is 1 session a month and we will get everyone involved who wants to volunteer.
The BWA is committed to providing equal opportunities for all and is committed to following best practice in the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults. For further information please consult the Policies page on www.britishwrestling.org
N.B. This page is not actively monitored and thus the closing dates for some posts may have passed and the opportunity not removed