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Para-Equestrian Dressage Pathway Manager

British Equestrian Federation
2.5 days/week up to £55K pro rata
Para-Equestrian Dressage Pathway Manager
Closing Date
24 March 2019
Interview Date
11 April 2019

The British Equestrian Federation is the National Governing Body for Equestrianism in the UK, affiliated to the FEI and supported by UK Sport and Sport England. The organisation has 19 Member Bodies reflecting the interests of a very broad spectrum of equestrian sports and activities, ranging from Olympic and Paralympic competition, to equine welfare, trade and recreational riding.

Equestrianism has huge public appeal within an extensive competitive and recreational landscape. Some 2.7m people in the UK ride each year supported by a strong core of enthusiasts, spectators and volunteers, and creating a substantial market with major economic and social benefits. Equestrianism is a gender and age-neutral activity, enabling it to play a key role in creating a more active nation.

The British Equestrian Federation is looking for a Pathway Manager to join our highly successful team that has consistently delivered medals at international competitions. You will provide management for the UK Sport Lottery funded World Class programme and Podium Potential Para-Equestrian Dressage programme.  

The Pathway Manager will work collaboratively with the Performance Manager to utilise shared knowledge and experience to deliver an effective Performance Pathway Programme that recognises potential, nurtures growth and drives sustained medal success. You will develop, evolve and implement the technical development framework for para-equestrian dressage athletes to transition to the Podium squad and deliver medal-winning performances.

Please visit British Equestrian Federation website to view a full job description.  

The successful candidate must be willing to work unscheduled hours, which will include evenings and weekends, and be willing to travel both within the UK and abroad. The role will include travel to remote locations that may not be accessible via public transport. The successful candidate must be eligible to work in the UK. As the needs of the business change this role will change accordingly, therefore this document should be viewed as a guideline which may be subject to change.

How to apply

For more information and details on how to apply, please visit British Equestrian website

Closing date for applications is Sunday 24 March.  

Interview date is scheduled for Thursday 11 April. 

The British Equestrian Federation positively seeks to achieve diversity in its workforce and applications from all candidates regardless of age, race, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or nationality are welcomed and encouraged.