Recruitment

The British Olympic Association (BOA) is the National Olympic Committee (NOC) for Great Britain and Northern Ireland.  A vibrant, dynamic, highly professional organisation it requires compatible and strong leadership to ensure it maximises the opportunities and legacy from fielding the most successful Team GB in over 100 years at the London 2012 Games and continues to drive forward the vision and mission of the BOA both nationally and internationally.

 

VACANCY – MULTIMEDIA INTERNSHIP - UNIVERSITY PLACEMENT

The BOA is seeking a highly creative, energetic, self-motivated and hardworking video producer come graphic design student to work with the Communications & Marketing teams on a 12 month placement. 

Further information can be found via the following link. 

Any questions regarding the role should be sent to Recruitment@TeamGB.com

 

HQ MEDICAL PRACTITIONER - RIO 2016

With the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games just 17 months away, Team GB is opening the recruitment process for HQ Medical Practitioner roles to support the team in Brazil. We are kicking off the process by inviting practitioners who meet the criteria outlined in the role descriptions, to send in their CV’s with a cover letter as an expression of interest to full-fill a role with Team GB.

The window for expressions of interest to be made for all roles, will be open from 23rd March -19th April 2015 (Midnight).

This is an exciting opportunity to play a critical role in the support of Team GB at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. For further details on the recruitment process and the roles themselves, please click on the following links:

 

·         Chief Physiotherapy Officer

·         HQ Medical Officer

·         HQ Physiotherapist

 

Work Placements

The BOA is able to offer a limited number of unpaid work placements. If you have a passion for Sport and are interested in learning more about working in a high profile sporting organisation, please send you CV and cover note to boa@boa.org.uk.

We will endeavour to respond to all enquiries but due to the overwhelming number of applications received it may take a little time.