The Voice of Great Britain's Elite Athletes
Performance Welfare Officer
BASED AT THE BJA CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE – WALSALL
British Judo is seeking to appoint an exceptional individual for this post. The post holder will develop, implement and review safeguarding and welfare policies and systems within the World Class Performance and Talent Development programmes to optimise athlete welfare and well-being and ensure appropriate duty of care principles are maintained.
They will contribute to the creation and maintenance of a high-performing culture for athletes within the World Class Performance and Talent Pathway programmes, ensuring the systems and processes are in place to support athletes as they enter, remain and exit the programme.
The post holder will establish independent athlete processes that ensures athletes play a constructive role in the programme and have the confidence to raise issues (including whistleblowing) that will not prejudice their careers and are dealt with in an empathetic and ethical manner
The closing date for applications is close of business on 19th May 2017, with interviews taking place shortly afterwards.
Applications should be made by completed by providing a covering letter, completed application form and CV detailing your expertise, skills, experience and suitability for the role and outlining how you would achieve success in the role. Candidates should also outline their salary expectations.
For more information please see the British Judo website: http://www.britishjudo.org.uk/the-british-judo-association/vacancies/
Completed applications should be sent to:
Sharon Hellend, Executive Assistant
British Judo Association
University of Wolverhampton
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org