Horse Racing

Horse Racing

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    Employer: British Horseracing Authority

    Salary: Competitive

    Location: WC1V 6LS, London

    Job Type: Permanent (Full time)

    How to Apply: If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience, please apply by completing our application form and attaching your CV on the following link:



    The British Horseracing Authority is the single governing and regulatory body for British Horseracing which ensures the continuing integrity and successful development of the sport. It is the BHA’s role to act for and on behalf of the whole sport, ensuring that the highest standards apply on and away from the racecourse. We are currently looking for a Compliance Adviser to join our Compliance team, under the direction of the Head of Legal – Regulation.

    As the Compliance Adviser, you will conduct case management for anti-doping, corruption and other non-running and riding prosecutions under the Rules of Racing, including presentation to the Disciplinary Panel at Inquiry.

    This is a great opportunity for someone with legal qualifications with previous experience managing a large and complex caseload within a confidential legal environment, who is keen to expand their knowledge in a challenging role. The Compliance Adviser will be responsible for case management, drafting and finalising witness statements, assisting the Integrity team with investigations and advising on any formal objections by the Authority to the licensing or registration of individuals considered unsuitable to participate in the sport.

    The successful candidate will have legal training, be confident, enthusiastic, innovative and proactive, with a “can do” and flexible approach. You will ideally have previous experience in managing a case load within a legal or regulatory environment, preferably in sport, and an ability to multi-task whilst maintaining a good level of attention to detail would be a key skill. Experience of dealing with a high volume of varied legal related administration is desirable. Being a fully qualified lawyer holding an appropriate practising certificate is advantageous.

    Ideally you will have strong problem solving skills, excellent attention to detail, a meticulous approach, and proven ability as an effective communicator, both written and oral. Preferably you will have an interest in horseracing or an understanding with the aims and objectives of the regulatory body for horseracing.

    As the needs of the business change this role will change accordingly, therefore this document should be viewed as guidelines which are subject to change. We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.

    The closing date for applications will be 16 February 2016.


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    Employer: The Injured Jockeys Fund

    Salary: Competitive salary dependant on experience

    Location: Jack Berry House, Old Malton Road, Malton, North Yorkshire

    Job Type: Permanent (Full time)

    How to Apply: Please email your CV (no longer than 2 pages) with a cover letter outlining your experience and why you are the ideal candidate for the role to



    An exciting opportunity to join the Injured Jockeys Fund performance team at Jack Berry House. This new facility provides physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and strength and conditioning for a proactive approach to injury prevention and sports rehabilitation.

    In this full time role you will play an important part of the multi-disciplinary team that provides services to Jockeys and other clients. You will have an active input into rehabilitation both from a soft tissue aspect and exercise prescription, therefore a thorough understanding and good experience in the reconditioning of sports injuries is essential.

    Working as a key part of a first class team means we are looking for someone with a can do attitude who can build respectful relationships with clients. You will have the ability to work flexibly and assist with the day to day running of Jack Berry House, including some administrative support.

    Successful applicants will be shortlisted for interview and will be notified as soon as possible. The interview will involve both a formal interview and practical component.

    Closing date: 31 January 2016

    Interview date: 15 February 2016


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