Performance Programme Senior Coordinator - Paralympic UK Athletics Head Office, Alexander Stadium, Birmingham £23,175 - £27,295 PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME SENIOR COORDINATOR - PARALYMPIC Salary £23,175 – £27,295 per annum Location: UK Athletics Head Office, Alexander Stadium, Birmingham UK Athletics (UKA), the National governing body for the premier Olympic sport of athletics has a vacancy for a Performance Programme Senior Coordinator - Paralympic, to be part of the Operations team that support the Great Britain & Northern Ireland athletics teams as we head towards Tokyo 2020. The successful candidate will support the work of the Paralympic Performance Programme Manager to deliver the operational elements of the UK Sport Paralympic World Class Programme and support the wider Performance team in the delivery in both Paralympic and Olympic programme camps and competitions. The candidate should have experience of - single and / or multi-sport major championship environments, experience with managing complex group travel, experience of overseeing budgets and be a fluent user of Microsoft Office applications. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate skills such as – strong planning and organising skills, good communication skills both verbal and written and an ability to work as part of team. This role will involve regular nationwide and worldwide travel. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 October 2018. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 13 or Wednesday 14 November 2018. Equality, Diversity & Inclusion As the nation’s favourite Olympic and Paralympic Sport, UK Athletics embraces equality, diversity and inclusion both on and off the field of play where everyone can participate and we encourage job applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates irrespective of their gender, ethnicity, religion, belief or sexual orientation. UK Athletics is a Disability Confident Leader and will guarantee an interview to any candidate with a disability who meets the minimum job criteria. Our core values; Respect, Accountability, Quality, Communication and Integrity are at the heart of everything we do and it is our aim to demonstrate a culture of inclusion to reflect the diversity of the sport.