Strength and Conditioning Coach (British Cycling Academy)
This role will be responsible for the Strength and Conditioning (S&C) support to the British Cycling Academy programmes. The role is diverse and will see the successful candidate working with Podium S&C Coaches to deliver and develop strength and conditioning services to Academy Riders working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to create a world class high performance training environment.
Lead the S&C programme to Senior Academy Riders based in Manchester
Provide coordination and delivery across a network of coaches to the British Cycling Regional Academy S&C programme
Attend camps providing S&C coaching when required
Assist the S&C team in Manchester to manage the gym and cover S&C session when required.
Data Protection Officer
To provide expert project management for the implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and the UK Data Protection Bill (DPB) within UK Sport (UKS) and its subsidiary company The English Institute of Sport (EIS). Advising colleagues across both organisations on and monitoring organisational GDPR compliance through training and raising awareness. The job purpose comes with the desire for the post holder to become the permanent Data Protection Officer at UKS and EIS. Permanent
Physiologist (British Triathlon)
This role will manage the delivery and development of physiological support for World Class Programme athletes on the British Triathlon Olympic programme, working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to create a world class high performance training environment.
The successful candidate will be required to manage the delivery and development of physiological support both within and outside British Triathlon High Performance Centres with the aim of ensuring coaches and athletes are able to make informed choices in order to maximise training adaptation and performance.
Support at domestic and international competitions and training camps will also be required
WHAT WE OFFER
Continuously developing the expertise and capabilities of our practitioners is critical to the ongoing success of the organisation and we place a great deal of emphasis on creating opportunities for EIS employees at all levels to extend their knowledge and expertise and, at the same time, acquire the skills required to have a successful career in high performance sport.
Continuously developing the expertise and capabilities of our practitioners is critical to the on-going success of the organisation and we place a great deal of emphasis on creating opportunities for EIS employees at all levels to extend their knowledge and expertise and, at the same time, acquire the skills required to have a successful career in high performance sport.
Although it is not routine practice for EIS to offer work experience opportunities, in occasional circumstances where there is a lull in the sports calendar or there is some availability of suitable support, EIS has been able to provide short work experience placements for PhD and MSc level students providing there is a clear link to their course of study.
Please be aware that all work experience placements will be advertised when available and that we may not be able to respond to queries not related to an advertised opportunity.
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