Archery GB looking for a Paralympic Performance Manager

Archery GB is seeking to appoint a full-time Paralympic Performance Manager to work with the world-leading Paralympic Archery programme, leading the team and programme to its medal targets in Tokyo 2020.

The Paralympic Performance Manager will be responsible for the leadership and management of the Paralympic Archery World Class Performance programme, leading the programme design, delivery, management and review towards qualification and medal-winning performances at Tokyo 2020.

Key responsibilities of the post will include creating and thriving a world leading high performance environment and medal winning culture, building strong relationships with stakeholders, including coaches, athletes, personnel and external partners.

The new Paralympic Performance Manager will be primarily based at Lilleshall National Sports Centre, and the position is funded until 31 March 2021.

Applicants must have extensive knowledge of world class standards, practices and systems in high performance sport and of archery, of people development (athlete, staff and practitioners), and significant experience of designing, delivering and evaluating strategic and operational plans and programmes.

The closing date for applications is 10 April 2017 (9am). Late applications will not be accepted. Interviews dates to be advised.

For further details on the role or to submit a CV and covering letter, contact Archery GB’s Katy Cumming.

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