GB Boxing is to recruit a Performance Pathway Manager
GB Boxing is to recruit a Performance Pathway Manager
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The GB Boxing Performance Pathway Manager will be responsible for leading the development of integrated and connected boxing pathway, with the objective of increasing the number and quality of boxers able to compete at the highest level across all Olympic weight categories.

The person appointed will oversee the strategic development of a process that best enables the identification, confirmation and development of future medal winners in the sport, by leading and influencing the building of a clear and clear and coherent 10 year boxer pathway which is understood throughout the sport, with strong co-ordinated linkages between the GB World Class Programmes, Home Nation Programmes and club boxing. This role will involve the following:

 

  • Identification and understanding of patterns in performance development
  • Gap analysis - targeting medal opportunities and identifying gaps in performance
  • Building programmes designed to accelerate athlete development
  • Building alignment between home nation and GB programme activity
  • Focus on athlete profiling with emphasis on selection and benchmarking
  • Influencing competition strategies for boxers through the pathway


This role, reporting to the GB Boxing Chief Executive Officer will play a critical role in further developing the World Class Programme based in Sheffield and building stronger foundations and an increased and higher quality pool of boxers with the ability to achieve at the highest level across Olympic weight categories for men and women.

 

The person appointed will have a passion for elite sport and be able to demonstrate success and experience in previous roles within elite sport.

 

For detailed information please see Job Description: Click here.


How to apply:

 

Complete CV and covering letter, detailing all previous experience in a high performance or other similar environment and return to laura.ross@gbboxing.org.uk

 

Deadline for application: 28th February 2013

 

Interviews will take place on the 19th March.

 

British Amateur Boxing Association is an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sections of the community.


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