Vacancies

Please find below the latest job vacancies.

 

British Eventing Selectors to the Junior and Young rider eventing team

British Eventing is looking to appoint five joint Junior and Young Rider Selectors as part of the ongoing development of BE Youth Performance Programmes.

The purpose of the role is to select and nominate athlete and horse combinations to represent Great Britain at FEI Junior and Young Rider European Championships and other International competitions. Selectors will also be required to liaise with the Youth Performance Manager and BE staff over matters relating to the performance of either athlete or horse and, at all times, to ensure that the reputation of Great Britain and British Eventing is upheld.

Selectors report directly to the Independent Chair of Selectors, work in conjunction with the Youth Performance Manager and are overseen by the CEO and the International Director of British Eventing. The role, which is voluntary, includes attending selection trials, the National Championships and training sessions where appropriate. You may also be required to attend the European Championships.

The appointed persons will need to be impartial, confidential, tactful and a good communicator. They must also possess the appropriate technical expertise to effectively select teams based on sound evidence based analysis.

Interviews will be held at/near the British Eventing Office in late September/early October.

The appointments will be made ahead of the start of the 2020 season and will be subject to a DBS check. The appointment will run to the European Championships in 2020 after which all selector positions will be reviewed as we enter the new Olympiad.

Please click HERE so see the full role description.

Applicants should send their CV and covering letter by email to Gemma Harriss, BE International & Youth coordinator, via email gemma.harriss@britisheventing.com by 12 noon on Friday 13th September 2019

British Eventing is an equal opportunities organisation and welcomes all applications.

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British Eventing Youth Performance Coach to the Junior and Young rider eventing team

British Eventing is looking to appoint two Youth Performance Coaches who will work  jointly across the Junior and Young Rider teams as part of the ongoing development of BE Youth Performance Programmes.

Working under the Youth Performance Manager the Youth Performance Coaches are responsible for delivering training programmme across both age groups. This includes advising and working with athlete’s home and regional coaches as well as delivering national training and performance squad sessions. 

Throughout the season Youth Performance Coaches are expected to attend selection trials where requested. They will also be required to attend the relative National and European Championships. Those who are appointed should have excellent communication and relationship management skills as well as current experience of coaching athletes aged 14 to 21 years.

Interviews will be held at/near the British Eventing Office in late September/early October.

The appointments will be made ahead of the start of the 2020 season and will be subject to a DBS check. The appointment will run to the European Championships in 2020 after which all coaches positions will be reviewed as we enter the new Olympiad.

Please click HERE so see the full role description.

Applicants should send their CV and covering letter by email to Gemma Harriss, BE International & Youth coordinator, via email gemma.harriss@britisheventing.com by 12 noon on Friday 13th September 2019

British Eventing is an equal opportunities organisation and welcomes all applications.

 

Other Opportunities

Chairperson - The Association of British Riding Schools

In autumn 2019, the current Chair of the Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS), Hannah Mays, will be retiring. The registered charity, which is at the heart of Riding and Equestrianism in the United Kingdom, is now looking to appoint a new Chairperson to lead the trustees and further develop the benefits offered by the association to its members. 

Find out more and view the role description HERE.