Employer: British Cycling

Salary: Competitive

Location: Manchester

Job Type: Permanent (Full time)

How to Apply: Interested candidates should send a covering letter and CV to:
Dawn Brown or please contact her if you would like
more information.



The Great Britain Cycling Team has set an extraordinary performance benchmark by which elite sporting success in this country and internationally, is measured and admired.

Having finished top of the cycling medal table at the Olympics and Paralympics in each of the last three cycles, British Cycling’s aim is to sustain success through to Tokyo and beyond.

British Cycling is the nation’s largest cycling organisation and the national governing body for cycle sport. Our mission in life is to deliver international sporting success, grow and effectively govern cycle sport and inspire and support people to cycle regularly.

As the strategic leader of Great Britain’s world class performance programme the post holder will drive our ambition to deliver annual inspirational success across all disciplines and culminate in achieving our medal targets in Tokyo 2020. They will also play a critical role in contributing to British Cycling’s ambition of becoming the most successful and popular sport and activity in Britain.

This role is about exemplary performance leadership and management. Alongside a hugely talented team of riders, coaches and technical support staff, creating a compelling performance vision and enabling all members of the team to
successfully deliver it.

This is likely to appeal to a performance leader with a specific interest in sustaining performance success. A leader who understands how to cultivate a high performance culture and mind-set to achieving this. An entrepreneurial thinker, a future-focussed and emotionally intelligent leader who can drive our aspiration through to remain a world leader.

Essential requirements are a background and recent experience of leading and managing a team operating in elite sport at the highest level. A comprehensive and applied understanding of elite coaching, integrated sports sport science/medicine/ technology/data delivery, international competition & elite training environments and performance pathways.

Closing date Friday 2 December. Interviews will be held before Christmas.

Further information on the role, including a candidate brief, is available via the British Cycling website.