Los Angeles 2028 and Brisbane 2032. The recruitment of the Talent Development Coach - BMX Freestyle will play an important role in helping us shape, create and deploy Talent Development Coaching activity within the BMX Freestyle environment and communities. Our Talent Development Team identify and nurture the best cycling talent to be future Olympic and Paralympic riders, the team are currently looking to recruit a Talent Development Coach - BMX Freestyle with a view to increase the quality and quantity of cycling talent through targeted talent development pathway activity. You must be based within England to apply for this role.
In this role of a Talent Development Coach - BMX Freestyle, you will:
-Work as an integral member of the British Cycling Talent Team and Great Britain Cycling Team (GBCT) to identify, develop, inspire, and support developing BMX Freestyle riders
-Identify and confirm talented athletes to enter onto the GBCT BMX FS World Class Performance Pathway
What do we offer?
As well as a great starting salary, you will also enjoy a generous benefits package that includes, free Race Gold membership, Cycle to Work scheme, a generous group pension, free eye tests, an employee assistance programme, 25 days holiday, mental health training and support. You will also be given all the tools to do the job, this includes a company car, a laptop, a mobile phone, branded kit and coaching equipment. You’ll receive the opportunity to learn and develop, as well as exciting opportunities to broaden your role and potentially move around the organisation.
What you need is:
We are keen to hear from candidates who are passionate about BMX Freestyle but also possess the coaching skills and vision to work with us creating, shaping and forming our BMX Freestyle Talent Pathway. Candidates should be able to demonstrate involvement in the sport of BMX Nationally and/or internationally and have experience of coaching and inspiring riders to perform. This is a profession which is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check will be required.
How to apply:
For an informal discussion about this role, prior to submitting a prospective application please contact Head of Talent Development, Joe Malik (07908 407 317). Apply here.
British Cycling values the diversity of its workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community (Equality Act 2010). We particularly encourage applications from women, and individuals from all minority ethnic communities. For more information on British Cycling please visit the following page britishcycling.org.uk. We are a member of the Disability Confident Scheme