The LTA is the National Governing Body of tennis for Great Britain. We are here to govern and grow tennis, from grassroots participation through to the professional game. Our vision for the sport is Tennis Opened Up. We’re working towards a future where tennis is truly a sport for all. All ages, all backgrounds, all levels of fitness. Anyone can pick up a racket and everyone can be a part of the tennis family. Our mission is to grow tennis by making it relevant, accessible, welcoming and enjoyable.
We play an important part in ensuring the popularity and future of our sport. We’re here because we’re passionate about tennis; and we want to spread that passion across the nation.
This role presents an exciting opportunity to deliver and develop work within the LTA National Performance Pathway (players aged circa 11-18) working with and alongside a variety of groups including players, coaches, parents, Regional Player Development Centres (RPDC) and National academies (NA). Working as part of a large inter-disciplinary Science and Medicine Team you will be responsible for the development, review and when required delivery of a world-class programme of support.
You will have experience working as part of an inter-disciplinary team delivering S+C in High Performance Sport and a proven ability to develop young players and communicate effectively with players, parents and coaches. Due to the nature and scope of the role you will have required experience in leading teams, coach education, delivery to 11 – 18 year old athletes and the ability to truly work alongside and in partnership with others.
To find out more, please review the full Job Description and apply, we look forward to reviewing your application.
Please note, the closing date for applications is Sunday 27th September 2020. Interviews are expected to be held during the week commencing 5th October 2020.
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