The BEF have added three vacancies on to their website for the following positions:
Head of Performance Pathways
The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) is seeking a dynamic individual with a track record of success to design, implement and lead its World Class Performance Pathways Programme.
Reporting to the Performance Director, the Head of Performance Pathways will be a member of the Senior Leadership Team which is tasked with seeking to engage, enhance and evolve the athletes on the BEF’s World Class Programmes (WCP) and create a culture and environment that enables the BEF WCP team to achieve sustained success for the Tokyo cycle and beyond.
Performance Operations Manager
The British Equestrian Federation are looking for a collaborative team player with a significant understanding and experience of overall project management processes to join the Equestrian World Class team. Reporting into the Head of Performance Operations, the Performance Operations Manager will be responsible for supporting and/or the delivery of all operational and logistical aspects of World Class Programme competitions and events.
Anti-Doping Programme Manager (Maternity Cover)
The BEF is the National Governing Body for horse sports in the UK which, working collaboratively with its 19 member bodies, represents a broad spectrum of equine interests. A unique opportunity has arisen to be involved in the BEF’s human and equine anti-doping programme, enabling the successful candidate to gain invaluable insight and experience of end to end delivery of a sports testing programme.
We require a pro-active individual with good organisational forward-planning and stakeholder management skills, to join the BEF whilst the current Anti-Doping Programme Manager is on maternity leave. Successful applicants should be educated to degree level or equivalent and must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills with exceptional attention to detail and the ability to work to consistently high standards. A good knowledge of the equestrian sport horse environment would be beneficial, as would experience of working within anti-doping programmes.
The nature of the role is such that work may need to be undertaken over weekends or in the evenings. It will also involve travelling to Squad Sessions and other training events. The contract will be for a fixed term of up to a year starting on or before 12 June 2017 and will include a competitive salary plus pension and health insurance in accordance with the BEF’s normal terms and conditions of employment.
The position is part time, based at our offices at Abbey Park, Stareton, Warwickshire.
Further information on these three positions including job descriptions and application forms can be found on their website