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Lead Endurance Coach, Loughborough University / British Athletics
Loughborough University, in conjunction with British Athletics, is looking for a dynamic ad passionate individual to lead our endurance programme.
The successful candidate will bring substantial experience in coaching and leading programmes in endurance events. Inter disciplinary working is an essential part of their philosophy and the role will lead this approach across all aspects of endurance. The postholder will be responsible for all facets of endurance at Loughborough University including athlete recruitment, competition calendar and agreed programme outcomes. S/he will also work closely with British Athletics to further develop futures programme athletics.
Closing date for applications: 29 August 2021.
Non Executive Chair, UK Athletics
The long-term strategy for the sport is owned equally by UK Athletics (UKA) and the four Home Country Athletics Federations (HCAFs). In November 2020, UKA and the HCAFs collectively issued a new strategy, Athletics Unified, representing a new era of collaboration. UKA is the National Governing Body for Athletics in the UK. Their four primary roles are: governance of the sport, developing athletes, coaches and officials to achieve success on the world stage, securing commercial income to fund the sport and staging world class events. UKA is seeking a new Chair to lead the organisation.
Closing date for applications: 6 September 2021.
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