Archery GB Job Vacancy – Paralympic Programme Manager

May 13th 2022
Vicky Sartain

Following the success of the Tokyo Paralympic Games, Archery GB is seeking to recruit a Paralympic Programme Manager to lead the day-to-day operations of the Paralympic World Class Programme (WCP).

Job title: Paralympic Programme Manager

Location: Archery GB, Lilleshall National Sports Centre and home based

The Paralympic Programme Manager will be an integral part of the Performance Management Team (PMT) and will be focused on supporting the development of the Paralympic programme as we look to redefine Performance Archery.

The role will work closely with the Olympic Performance Manager on ensuring there is alignment between the Paralympic and Olympic World Class Programmes and Pathway.

Job purpose:

To lead the day-to-day operations, management and performance of the Paralympic World Class Programme and help drive the alignment of the Performance Archery Programme.

Key dates:

Closing date for applications: 12 noon on 9 June.

Interviews: 17 June (provisional) at Lilleshall National Sports Centre, Shropshire

How to apply:

Please click here for the full Job Description and Person Specification. For more information, please contact: Applications should include your full CV and covering letter matching your skills and experience to the person specification.

We invite all applicants to complete our Equal Opportunities monitoring process to enable us to ensure the effectiveness of our approach to equality.  Please download and complete our monitoring form (in the Documents section below) and return a copy with your application.  This will be used for monitoring purposes only.

Archery GB is an equal opportunities employer.


Archery GB Paralympic Programme Manager – Job Description
Archery GB Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form

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