14 Feb 17
Applications are invited for the role of Head Coach for the Wales U15 Men's National Team
The British Basketball Federation (British Basketball) is the National Governing Body (NGB) responsible for basketball in Britain and took on the International Federation (FIBA) membership role from the Home Country Associations in October 2016.
The goal of British Basketball is to create a world class elite basketball programme in Great Britain and to lead the overarching strategy for the growth of basketball in England, Scotland and Wales.
The Board of British Basketball are currently looking to appoint an Independent Chair and an Appointed Board Director (Performance) to drive this strategy forward.
The role of Independent Chair is crucial to the work and effectiveness of the Board. The Chair should not only be prepared and able to take on additional commitments, but that they must be capable of operating at a broader and higher level. An effective Chair has to be able to command the support of the members, the organisation's partners as well as operate with Board members. In bringing leadership, specialist skills and experience to British Basketball, the right candidate will be independent of any Member Nation and will understand all of the areas of specialism which board directors may possess.
Appointed Board Director (Performance)
The Appointed Board Director (Performance) will act as a director of the British Basketball Federation and provide strategic leadership and governance support whilst also building relationships with key stakeholders. The Director will have specific accountability to help monitor and report to the Board on all matters related to the effective operation of the Great Britain Team programmes and to lead the British Basketball Performance planning process.
Full role descriptions for both positions can be downloaded using the links below:
Candidates should submit their CV, together with a covering letter expressing the role that they wish to apply for, detailing their rationale for their interest and any specific business and/or sport competencies that they could bring to the role.
Submissions by post or email are acceptable and should be sent to:
British Basketball Federation
c/o Martin Lindsey
SportPark, Loughborough University
3 Oakwood Drive
Loughborough LE11 3QF
The closing date for applications is 12 noon, 16 February 2017.
Interviews will be held in London/Loughborough week commencing 27 February 2017.
British Basketball is fully committed to the principles of equality of opportunity and is responsible for ensuring that no applicants, staff (paid or unpaid), workers, office holders, volunteers, or participants (together "Stakeholders") are unlawfully discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation (together the "Protected Characteristics"). British Basketball welcomes applications from all sections of society.