Head of Performance Support, British Curling Performance programme

The British and Scottish Curling programme is housed within sportscotland institute of sport. The programme has previously delivered Olympic and World medal success and is aiming to do so again in Beijing 2022. The Head of Performance Support role is a key one towards success by Great Britain/Scotland Curling teams on the highest world competition stages.

Permanent, 0.7FTE

Full Time Equivalent Salary: £42-44k

Based in Stirling

As the Head of Performance Support of the British programme, you will take a key role in developing the high-performance teams to deliver in Beijing 2022. This will include maximising the impact of the Sports Science, Sport Medicine and Performance Lifestyle services in the programme, working in conjunction with the National Coach to create a high-quality training environment at the National Curling Academy in Stirling, ensure that the What it takes to win model is driving all performance activity and be part of the programme’s Senior Leadership Team

You must have a flexible approach to work, an ability to travel internationally and have a positive attitude to support a team of high-performance experts working with high performance Curling Athletes.

In return for the above sportscotland offers benefits including, generous holidays, discounts, a great pension scheme, contribution towards your personal development and much more.

Closing date for completed applications: 18th December 2018

Interviews will likely take place on the week beginning 7th January 2019.

An application form should be completed to be considered for this role and emailed to hr.recruitment@sportscotland.org.uk. If you have any difficulties with this because of a disability, please get in touch and we will discuss how we can help you.

Date published: 27 November 2018
Date updated: 27 November 2018

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