GBWR Workforce Team

GBWR is undergoing an unprecedented period of growth. In order to ensure we are fully supporting our workforce during this time we would like to establish a workforce team. This team would meet twice per year and would ensure that the strategic direction of the national governing body meets the needs of the workforce members. The team will include: GBWR staff – National Development Director and Workforce Development Officer, two representatives of classification, two representatives of club volunteering, two representatives of coaching, two representatives of refereeing and two representatives of table officiating.

For the full terms of reference or if you would like to express interest in becoming a member of the workforce team, please email The email just needs to include a couple of lines stating which group you would represent and why you could represent this group well. Regardless of experience it will be great to hear from you as we look to build a team that is a true reflection of our sport.

Also expressions of interest need to be submitted by October 19th 2018.

WheelPower: Nominations to the Sports Management Committee

WheelPower, is seeking nominations to serve on the Sports Management Committee for the coming year, to be approved by its Board. Committee members represent wheelchair sport as a whole and in accordance with the vision and philosophy of WheelPower as it relates to disability sport.

GBWR is inviting its Members to nominate individuals for WheelPower’s Sports Management Committee – the information sheet contains further details, including the nomination form.

Nominations must be submitted by Monday 15th October 2018 to Pasan Kularatne, Head of Sport and Physical Activity at WheelPower via email to or by post sent to Pasan Kularatne, WheelPower, Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Guttmann Road, Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire, HP21 9PP.

Talent Programme Mechanic

Talent Programme Mechanic

The purpose of the role is to provide mechanical support at Talent Programme camps and regional sessions, thus, supporting the delivery of a successful Talent Programme. This role is open to a role share which will allow flexibility to support the required sessions.

For further details, see the role description / conditions of service, and for an informal discussion contact Conor (details below).

To apply:

To be considered for the role please send an email which includes why you are interested in this role, experience as a mechanic (those without the appropriate skills/experience may be considered) and two referees to:

Conor Murphy (GBWR Talent Programme Manager), by email to