Regional Talent Lead Coaches

Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) is looking to build on the success of the last four years where, supported by Sport England, the Lottery and sponsors it is now providing wheelchair rugby to a wide range of individuals and organisations. GBWR now wishes to build on this success and having achieved further investment from Sport England we are looking to recruit Regional Talent Lead Coaches. The successful candidates will join an active, passionate team with a strong work ethic and a commitment to building rich wheelchair rugby communities.

The ideal candidates will have experience in coaching talented athletes, preparing accurate reports and experience working for a charitable organisation. Ideally the candidate will have experience of working in wheelchair rugby or coaching experience within a disability sport. It is also assumed that the individual would be able to demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to influence at all levels.

Working hours / salary: This is a permanent position based on 8 hours per month (flexible). Expenses only.

Closing date: 4th August 2017. However, this vacancy will close once a satisfactory number of applications are received.

Interview date: Interviews will be held week commencing 14th August 2017

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To apply: Those wishing to apply will need to send their CV and a supporting letter of interest to LeighBoswell@rfu.com.

GBWR is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified/experienced people regardless of race, religion/belief, gender, gender reassignment, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital/civil partnership status, or pregnancy/maternity.

Projects Officer - Variant

Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) is looking to build on the success of the last four years where, supported by Sport England, the Lottery and sponsors it is now providing wheelchair rugby to a wide range of individuals and organisations. GBWR now wishes to build on this success and having achieved further investment from Sport England we are looking to recruit a Projects Officer – Variant, to lead on the development and delivery of the new variant programme.  The successful candidate will join an active, passionate team with a strong work ethic and a commitment to building rich wheelchair rugby communities.

The ideal candidate will have considerable experience developing and delivering participation initiatives across disability sports. They will have a background in disability sport, ideally wheelchair rugby, with an understanding of classification and sports development. It is also assumed that the individual would be able to demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to influence at all levels.

Working hours / salary: This is a permanent position based on a 18.5 hour week (part-time) with a salary of £25k pro-rata.

Closing date: 24th July 2017. However, this vacancy will close once a satisfactory number of applications are received.

Interview date: Interviews will be held 9th August 2017

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To arrange a confidential discussion email National Development Director, Kirsty Clarke mailto:kirsty.clarke@gbwr.org.uk

To apply: E-mail your CV and covering letter to leighboswell@rfu.com

GBWR is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified/experienced people regardless of race, religion/belief, gender, gender reassignment, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital/civil partnership status, or pregnancy/maternity.

Regional Development Officer - London & East

Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) is looking to build on the success of the last four years where, supported by Sport England, the Lottery and sponsors it is now providing wheelchair rugby to a wide range of individuals and organisations. GBWR now wishes to build on this success and having achieved further investment from Sport England we are looking to recruit a Regional Development Officer, to lead on the development and delivery of the Core Market strategy within the London and East regions. The successful candidate will join an active, passionate team with a strong work ethic and a commitment to building rich wheelchair rugby communities.

Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) is the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of wheelchair rugby in England, Scotland and Wales. In addition to the Great Britain team we have 22 teams across the country and we deliver programmes in Spinal Injury Units, military rehabilitation centres and as part of a growing number of charitable foundations such as those of Saracens, Harlequins and Exeter premiership rugby clubs; we also have a national youth programme. We work with a number of partners and have just successfully been awarded Sport England funding to further deliver our exciting programme of activities.

The ideal candidate will have considerable experience developing and delivering participation initiatives across disability sports. They will have a background in disability sport with a demonstrable experience in supporting clubs. It is also assumed that the individual would have strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to influence at all levels.

Working hours / salary: This is a permanent position based on a 18.5 hour week (part-time) with a salary of £25k pro-rata.

Closing date: 24th July 2017. However, this vacancy will close once a satisfactory number of applications are received.

Interview date: Interviews will be held 9th August 2017.

More Info:

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Job Description

To arrange a confidential discussion email National Development Director, Kirsty Clarke kirsty.clarke@gbwr.org.uk

To apply: E-mail your CV and covering letter to leighboswell@rfu.com

GBWR is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified/experienced people regardless of race, religion/belief, gender, gender reassignment, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital/civil partnership status, or pregnancy/maternity.

Regional Development Officer - Wales

Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) is looking to build on the success of the last four years where, supported by key investment partners it is now providing wheelchair rugby to a wide range of individuals and organisations. GBWR now wishes to build on this success and having achieved further investment we are looking to recruit a Regional Development Officer, to lead on the development and delivery of the participation strategy across Wales. The successful candidate will join an active, passionate team with a strong work ethic and a commitment to building rich wheelchair rugby communities.

Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby (GBWR) is the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of wheelchair rugby in England, Scotland and Wales. In addition to the Great Britain team we have 22 teams across the country and we deliver programmes in Spinal Injury Units, military rehabilitation centres and as part of a growing number of charitable foundations such as those from major rugby clubs; we also have a national youth programme.

The ideal candidate will have considerable experience developing and delivering participation initiatives across disability sports. They will have a background in disability sport with a demonstrable experience in supporting clubs. It is also assumed that the individual would have strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to influence at all levels.

Working hours: This is a permanent position based, initially, on a 9 hour week (one-day per week) with a salary of £25k pro-rata.

Closing date: 24th July 2017. However, this vacancy will close once a satisfactory number of applications are received.

Interview date: Interviews will be held 9th August 2017.

More Info:

Advert

Job Description

To arrange a confidential discussion email National Development Director, Kirsty Clarke kirsty.clarke@gbwr.org.uk

To apply: E-mail your CV and covering letter to leighboswell@rfu.com

GBWR is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified/experienced people regardless of race, religion/belief, gender, gender reassignment, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital/civil partnership status, or pregnancy/maternity.