British Wrestling is seeking experienced and enthusiastic volunteers for our national and regional talent pathway.
British Wrestling is evolving the talent pathway with an increased focus on long term athlete development. The GBR Talent Squad is the focus of this development working with Cadet and younger wrestlers to develop the skills and abilities needed to compete and win on the European and World stage.
The regional talent pathway is the first step on the pathway to Great Britain representation for young and aspiring wrestlers in England. As the volunteer workforce delivering the regional squad you will be responsible for supporting and coaching young talented athletes to develop the skills and abilities to achieve their potential and progress up the performance pathway.
Regional Squad Managers will be responsible for the organisation and coordination of the regional squad delivery. They will also work as the Safeguarding Officer for the regional squad and work as a team to act as Safeguarding Officer for the Talent Squad.
National Talent Coaches (Region) will be the lead coach for a region and have responsibility for coaching the GBR Talent Squad as a group.
National Development Coaches will work with the National Talent Coaches (Region) to deliver the GBR Talent Squad focusing on developing younger athletes.
Assistant Regional Coaches will support National Talent Coaches (Region) to deliver regional squad sessions.
For an informal discussion about the positions please contact BWA Talent Lead Jit Rakhra on firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply please submit a short statement indicating your relevant experience in relation to the role description by Sunday 16th February 2020 to email@example.com. Coaches are welcome to submit one application for multiple positions, please indicate on your application which positions you are interested in.
Potential candidates may be asked to interview for the position, these are provisionally expected to be during the weekend of 28th February to 1st March.