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Performance Manager

British Wrestling is seeking to appoint a Performance Manager to lead, develop and maintain a Wrestling performance pathway 

This exciting opportunity in an Olympic and Commonwealth sport will involve leading and developing wrestling’s performance pathway to develop suitably skilled wrestlers to qualify for Olympic Games. This will include the continued development and implementation of pathway standards at all levels of the performance pathway. The role will involve working closely with Home Nation countries, coaches, officials, management, administrative staff and scientific support personnel. 

Key responsibilities will include: 

  • To create and drive a World Class environment and medal-winning culture across the whole programme, through the building of strong relationships with all stakeholders including Home Nation countries, coaches, officials, management, administrative staff and scientific support personnel. 
  • Design, communicate and deliver Wrestling’s Performance Pathway strategy to develop suitably skilled wrestlers to qualify for Olympic Games. 
  • Ensure operational support is coordinated and provided for effective pathway delivery 
  • Develop and embed What It Takes To Win (WITTW) as a curriculum of performance development that defines the skills, competencies and abilities required at each stage of development across the Performance Pathway 
  • Work with the GBR Coaches and Home Nation coaches to plan an annual squad calendar that enables athlete development and progression 
  • Coordinate and manage selection meetings for all major championships and competitions 
  • Build collaborative, effective and robust working relationships with Home Country coaches and support staff. 
  • Review coaching qualifications and align with WITTW standards 
  • Lead and manage a British Wrestling Coach Development Programme that supports the learning and delivery of coaches at all levels of the pathway 

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 canthony@britishwrestling.org 

 To apply please send a CV and covering letter to admin@britishwrestling.org. Please clearly state in the covering letter how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification. The deadline for applications is Friday 25th June.  

England Wrestling Lead Coach

British Wrestling is seeking an England Lead Coach to work with the England Wrestling Team Leader to effectively and efficiently deliver a successful England Wrestling team in the pre-Games, Games and post-Games periods.

Reports To: England Wrestling Team Leader

Payment: In line with British Wrestling Expenses Policy

Time Commitment: Regular weekly hours plus attendance at monthly training sessions and additional camps and competitions. Full availability will be required for the period of the Games in Birmingham

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and deliver on the mat training for England Long List Athletes at weekly sessions and training camps
  • Work with GBR Support Coaches to plan and deliver combined GBR/England training sessions
  • Work with the England Wrestling Team Leader to develop individual plans for England Athletes and monitor/drive improvement towards the Games
  • Support England Long List Athletes at national & international competitions
  • Utilise and work with sports science support to ensure that the England Wrestling Team is best prepared for the Games
  • Be involved in athlete management and selection

Full details of the role are available to download below. For an informal discussion about the positions please contact England Wrestling Team Leader Jit Rakhra on 07960 879276 or jrakhra@britishwrestling.org

To apply please submit a CV and covering statement indicating your relevant experience in relation to the role description by Friday 4th June 2021 to admin@britishwrestling.org.

Interviews will take place on Saturday 12th June at the British Wrestling Academy. 

England Wrestling Assistant Team Leader

British Wrestling is seeking an Assistant Team Leader for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games to assist the England Wrestling Team Leader to effectively and efficiently deliver a successful England Wrestling team in the pre-Games, Games and post-Games periods.

Reports To: England Wrestling Team Leader

Payment: In line with British Wrestling Expenses Policy

Time Commitment: Regular weekly administrative hours plus attendance at monthly training sessions and additional camps and competitions. Full availability will be required for the period of the Games in Birmingham

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Team Leader in the effective and efficient management of a successful England Wrestling Team
  • Contribute to the Selection Policy, Athlete Agreement and training programme and other elements of team preparation
  • Take a lead role in constructing and promoting positive communications about the team in the pre-Games period and during the Games
  • Assist the Team Leader in the logistics of training events, training camps and competitions
  • Assist the Team Leader and Coach in athlete communications, coordination and monitoring

Full details of the role are available to download below. For an informal discussion about the positions please contact England Wrestling Team Leader Jit Rakhra on 07960 879276 or jrakhra@britishwrestling.org

To apply please submit a CV and covering statement indicating your relevant experience in relation to the role description by Friday 4th June 2021 to admin@britishwrestling.org.

Interviews will take place on Saturday 12th June at the British Wrestling Academy. 


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

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