Vacancies

British Eventing Accounts Assistant

British Eventing is seeking an Accounts Assistant (Sales Ledger) to join our small Finance Team. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer the successful candidate will be the primary interface between the BE Finance Team and our Affiliated Event Organisers. Previous experience of sales ledger administration using SAGE accounting software is preferable together with use of Microsoft Excel and Word. 

Key responsibilities include:

Sales Ledger

  • Preparation invoices, statements and aged debtor reports 
  • Enter invoices and receipts to Sage Sales Ledger
  • Reconciling accounts

Event Entries Administration 

  • Reconcile internet entry income received via the BE event entry system with the entry information received from the Events
  • Calculate and pay interim and final payments to the Event Organisers
  • Balance abandonment premiums with entries received

Event Insurance Request Administration

  • Liaise with insurance brokers to administer requests from Event Organisers for optional insurance and invoice same to Events 

Abandonment Fund administration and reporting

  • Administer claims received from Events in respect of abandonment and deal with insurers. Once settled make payments to Events
  • Prepare reports for insurers for abandonment insurance – annual and monthly 


The role is full time based at our offices at Abbey Park. If you have the right experience, feel you are a team player, pays close attention to detail, have good organisation and time management skills, is an excellent communicator both verbally and written and are interested in applying, then please send your application including your CV and current salary information to wendy.mcgowan@britisheventing.com

Closing dates for applications is Friday 28th June 2019

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Officials and Rules Coordinator

British Eventing currently has a vacancy for an Officials and Rules Coordinator.

The role is based at the BE Head Office near Kenilworth and is full time (35 hours per week).

Key responsibilities include:

  • Collation of rule changes and desktop publishing for annual edition of BE Rules and Members’ Handbook.
  • Review and communication of information to Organisers and Officials.
  • Administration of BE and FEI Officials’ recruitment and CPD.
  • Provide support to the organisation and running of the annual BE Officials’ Conference and end of season reviews.
  • Provide secretarial support to the Risk Management and Sport Committee and International Organisers meetings.
  • Administration of Event Reports including Event Evaluations and Event Discipline Reports.
  • Administration and issue of Event Affiliation Agreements.

Please refer to the job description HERE which describes the role in more detail.

The candidate should be able to demonstrate administration experience with the ability to communicate and develop successful relationships with a diverse set of stakeholders and participants. Eventing knowledge, in particular the rules of the sport, would be helpful, although not essential.

For further information please contact Alexandra Bright on alexandra.bright@britisheventing.com

To apply please send your curriculum vitae together with a covering letter indicating suitability to Alexandra Bright (alexandra.bright@britisheventing.com) to arrive no later than noon, 20 June 2019.

Candidates should be prepared to be interviewed in the week commencing 24 June 2019.

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Trainee Scorer

As part of on-going development plans British Eventing now seek exceptional people for the role of Trainee Scorer (South Gloucestershire/Bristol Area).

The BE Scorer is a key role responsible for production of the timetable, competitors’ times, overall scoring and production of results.

The BE Scorer will liaise closely with Organisers, BE Officials, Regional Coordinators, Entries Secretaries and the BE Office to ensure that their events fully comply with the Rules.

The ideal candidate will have a good level of education, IT skills, team leader experience, possess the ability to communicate at all levels and be fully versed in our sport and event management. 

The roles are on a contractual basis and event based, with some work necessary from home. Some travel will be required and staying away from home during events will be a possibility.

For more information please contact Emily Pugh-Lewis, or send your CV together with a short covering letter indicating your suitability by email to Emily on emily.pugh-lewis@britisheventing.com

The deadline for applications is 5.00pm Friday 5 July.

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Under 18 Regional Coordinator East Midlands

British Eventing currently has a vacancy for an Under 18 Regional Coordinator in the East Midlands.

This is a voluntary role based within the region. The successful candidate will work with the Regional Team to help build on the excellent and well established training programme in the South West.

The U18 Regional Coordinator's main responsibilities (which are shared with and supported by the Assistant U18RCs, this list is not exhaustive):

  • To act as the British Eventing U18 Regional Coordinator representative within the designated region.
  • To be the principal point of contact in relation to matters for all registered U18 BE members, Organisers and Officials within the designated region.
  • Liaise with the BE staff to coordinate the U18 Programme including matters relating to rules, registration, entries, qualifications, discipline/incident reporting and related issues.
  • Manage the regional budget in conjunction with BE staff.
  • Attend at least two regional committee meetings plus at least one national meeting per annum and report on the regional activities when required.
  • Plan suitable fixtures to host Under 18 qualifying classes at BE90, BE100 and Novice level within the designated region. The plan is to be developed in conjunction with the BE Regional Coordinators, whilst liaising with relevant event organisers.
  • Together with the Assistant U18RCs and U18 Coaches develop a working knowledge of the U18 members within the designated region in order to assist the U18 National Coach and the relevant Chairman of Selectors where required.

View full job description HERE.

Offers are subject to a successful DBS check.

Applications for the role will close on Friday 21 June 2019 at 1pm, and interviews for the role will take place on Wednesday 3 July 2019 (Venue TBC).

If you are interested, or wish to learn more about the role, please contact:

Chairman of the Under 18 Programme - Jane Peters on 07702 901007 or email jane.peters@britisheventing.com

Training and Education Manager - Sean Maxwell BHSI on 02476 698906 or email sean.maxwell@britisheventing.com

If you wish to apply please send a CV including all relevant skills and experience along with a covering letter to training@britisheventing.com by 1pm on Friday 21 June 2019.

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Under 18 Regional Coordinator Wales and West Midlands

British Eventing currently has a vacancy for an Under 18 Regional Coordinator in Wales and West Midlands.

The vacancy has arisen due to the successful completion of an eight year tenure of the current U18 Regional Coordinator. Part of the BE succession planning strategy is to advertise the post after an eight year tenure.

This is a voluntary role based within the region.

The successful candidate will work with the Regional Team to help build on the excellent and well established training programme in Wales and the West Midlands.

The Coordinator will assist with the following responsibilities (please note that this list is not exhaustive)

The U18 Regional Coordinator's main responsibilities (which are shared with and supported by the Assistant U18RCs, this list is not exhaustive):

  • To act as the British Eventing U18 Regional Coordinator representative within the designated region.
  • To be the principal point of contact in relation to matters for all registered U18 BE members, Organisers and Officials within the designated region.
  • Liaise with the BE staff to coordinate the U18 Programme including matters relating to rules, registration, entries, qualifications, discipline/incident reporting and related issues.
  • Manage the regional budget in conjunction with BE staff.
  • Attend at least two regional committee meetings plus at least one national meeting per annum and report on the regional activities when required.
  • Plan suitable fixtures to host Under 18 qualifying classes at BE90, BE100 and Novice level within the designated region. The plan is to be developed in conjunction with the BE Regional Coordinators, whilst liaising with relevant event organisers.
  • Together with the Assistant U18RCs and U18 Coaches develop a working knowledge of the U18 members within the designated region in order to assist the U18 National Coach and the relevant Chairman of Selectors where required.

View full job description HERE.

Offers are subject to a successful DBS check.

Applications for the role will close on Monday 24th June 2019 at 1pm, and interviews for the role will take place on Tuesday 2 July 2019 in the Wales and West Midlands region (Venue TBC).

If you are interested, or wish to learn more about the role, please contact:

Chairman of the Under 18 Programme - Jane Peters on 07702 901007 or email jane.peters@britisheventing.com

Training and Education Manager - Sean Maxwell BHSI on 02476 698906 or email sean.maxwell@britisheventing.com (Please note Sean is on holiday 3 - 12 June 19)

If you wish to apply please send a CV including all relevant skills and experience along with a covering letter to training@britisheventing.com by 1pm on Monday 24th June 2019.

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