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Job Vacancies

Please see below vacancies available within British Shooting or with organisations that work closely with us. Full details for the vacancies are available from the download icons below.

Are you a world class coach who can lead a team of coaches and athletes to deliver world leading performances as part of our inspirational World Class system? 

We are looking for people with internationally recognised coaching qualifications, experienced in designing and delivering a high performance culture who can release the potential of our coaches and athletes and achieve medal success and beyond. 

If you have the desire and passion to achieve world class acclaim in your coaching we would love to hear from you. 

British Shooting’s purpose is to develop world leading people to deliver world leading performances. Supported by the National Lottery and UK Sport funding we aim to deliver an inspirational world-class system that releases potential, drives sustained medal success and takes us beyond expectations.

As part of a new performance structure, British Shooting is looking to appoint a full time/ contract for the following roles:

Advert – Target Sprint Voluntary Positions:

British Shooting is recruiting for three voluntary Target Sprint positions for the next 12 months; 1x Head GB Target Sprint Coach. 2x Selectors to select a GB Team for the Target Sprint World Championships held in Suhl, Germany 23-25th June 2017 in accordance with the British Shooting Selection Policy.

Are you a world class rifle and/or athletics coach who can drive people to deliver world leading performances? Do you have the willingness to learn about the Target Sprint discipline, work closely with British Shooting’s Engagement Team and join our journey to being a world leading nation for Target Sprint? To support our vision of being a world leading nation for Target Sprint, it is essential that we select the athletes in a fair and transparent selection procedure, who have the best chance to win the best set of medals for Great Britain. If you’re an advocate of Target Sprint, share our vision and passion we want to hear from you. Join our journey

To apply email Gorgs.Geikie@BritishShooting.org.uk by 31st March 2017, with your CV and covering letter outlining your suitability for the role. Interviews to take place early April. 

For more information on the Head GB Target Sprint Coach, click here.

British Shooting is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Paralympic Rifle Performance Coach
To work with the coaches, management and support staff in the British Shooting Paralympic WCP to deliver coaching services to Podium and Podium Potential athletes on the Performance Pathway. Through this service, to positively influence athlete development and performance in both training and competition with the intention of producing athletes capable of winning Gold medals at a Paralympic Games.  In addition, to take on roles as required at competitions and to be involved in talent recruitment and development activity where required.

Job title: Performance Coach – Rifle (Paralympic)
Responsible to: British Shooting Performance Director (Paralympic)
Responsible for: World Class Programme – Rifle (Paralympic)
Commitment: Full time/ contract for services (tbc)
Salary: Dependent on experience
Contract period: April 2017 – March 2021

Olympic Rifle Performance Coach
The role will be to lead the delivery of an inspirational coaching programme to athletes identified on the WCP and GBR teams that enables athletes to deliver medal success at major internationals, Tokyo 2020 Olympics and beyond.

The WCP & GB Head Coach will operate within the GB Performance Pathway, supporting and developing male and female athletes as part of a multi-disciplinary team. They will also lead, inform and support the implementation of the British Shooting performance strategy and develop a unified high performance culture that is focused on becoming world leading, 

Job title: World Class Programme and GBR Head Coach – Rifle (Olympic)
Responsible to: British Shooting Performance Director (Olympic)
Responsible for: World Class Programme and GBR Teams – Rifle (Olympic)
Commitment: Full time/ contract for services (tbc)
Remuneration package: Competitive salary and benefits offered
Contract period: April 2017 – March 2021. 

Olympic Shotgun Performance Coach
The GBR Performance Coach will operate principally within the WCP and GBR Performance Pathway, supporting and developing male and female athletes and coaches as part of a multi-disciplinary team. They will also lead, inform and support the implementation of the British Shooting performance strategy and develop a unified high performance culture that is focused on becoming world leading, 

Job title: GBR Performance Coach – Shotgun (Olympic)
Responsible to: British Shooting Performance Director (Olympic)
Responsible for: identified WCP/ GBR Performance Pathway athletes and identified discipline GBR Team (s) – Shotgun (Olympic)
Commitment: Full time/ contract for services (tbc)
Remuneration package: Competitive salary and benefits offered
Contract period: April 2017 – March 2018 and to then be reviewed for April 2018 – March 2021.

EIS Performance Psychologist

Working across British Shooting’s Great Britain Academy and Paralympic World Class Programmes, the psychologist will work closely with the Performance Directors, Head of Performance Support, Coaching Team, Lead Psychologist and multidisciplinary team to deliver psychological provision within the sports. More details, click here.

If you would like to apply for work experience writing content for the official British Shooting website, please send an email, along with your CV, to media@britishshooting.org.uk.

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