Welsh Athletics aims for excellence in every field and department. Our vision is shared by all our staff members - a professional group that work as a team to deliver the best possible athletics experience in Wales day in, day out.
We often look to increase our ranks, bringing committed and passionate individuals with unique expertise to our team: if you think you have what it takes to work with Welsh Athletics, see available positions below.
This page also shows available positions within the other Home Countries' organisation and some of our main partners.
Welsh Athletics is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to delivering our Equality Policies.
Available Positions - Welsh Athletics
Club Network Officer (West)
Welsh Athletics is experiencing a period of growth and is developing a structure that will not only create a sustainable and vibrant future for athletics in Wales but also support the growth of both clubs and community sport. We are seeking a Club Network Officer to support in the implementation and delivery of the Athletics Networks - Club Development Plan which forms part of the Welsh Athletics Strategic Plan 2015-2019. This part-time position will cover West Wales (Carmarthenshire (west), Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire).
The overall purpose of this role is to develop relationships and support the growth of the sport locally across clubs, school and community settings working in partnership to implement and deliver local initiatives that will increase the quality of provision and participation levels.
To view the Role Description, please click here (Welsh)
To view the Role Description, please click here (English)
For an Application Form, please click here (Welsh)
For an Application Form, please click here (English)
Run Champion Volunteer, Run Wales
Please follow the link for more information. http://irun.wales/become-run-champion/
Welsh Athletics - Team Manager Voluntary Positions available / Athletau Cymru - Swyddi Rheolwyr Tîm Gwirfoddol
Please click here for more information
Freelance Opportunity - Seiko Timing
Please see attached document outlining a superb opportunity to work at some of the biggest Athletics events around the World with Seiko.
Vacancies at UKA
Follow the link below for all current vacancies
Director of Coaching and Athlete Development - Athletics NI
Closing Date Monday 6th March 2017 at 3pm
The successful applicant will have ultimate responsibility to lead the successful delivery of athlete, coach and club development within Northern Ireland
Essential Criteria Include
- UKA Athletics Coach Licence or equivalent athletics coaching qualification
- Proven expertise of leading coach and athlete performance development at national level
- Proven success in delivering against performance indicators and within set budgets.
- A third level educational qualification
For further information on this vacancy or to download an application form, please visit http://athleticsni.org/About/Job-Opportunities