Wed, October 12, 2022

British Wrestling is seeking to appoint a new independent Chair of the Judicial Panel

British Wrestling is seeking to appoint a new independent Chair of the Judicial Panel

British Wrestling is the national governing body for the sport of wrestling in the UK. As part of its governance role the BWA makes and enforces regulations to uphold standards and integrity across the sport of wrestling and those involved in delivering the sport. 

British Wrestling is seeking to appoint a new independent Chair of the Judicial Panel to succeed the current chair. As part of the role BWA is looking for an individual who is willing to assist in updating the current Judicial Code and complaints processes to reflect current best practice. The Judicial Code may be found here.

This is a voluntary position and reasonable expenses will be covered in line with British Wrestling’s expenses policy. Time commitment varies case by case and the type of panel you are chairing. An estimated commitment for each panel would be 2-6 hours comprising preparation in advance, attendance at any hearing and any follow up correspondence. 

The initial term of appointment will be four years, with the possibility of renewal.

The job description can be accessed via the related documents tab on the right-hand side. Full details of the role are also available on www.britishwrestling.org/about-british-wrestling/jobs

For an informal discussion about the role please contact CEO, Craig Anthony on 07972 780542 or canthony@britishwrestling.org.

Applications should be submitted by 7th November 2022 and, in order to apply, you are required to submit a CV and a covering letter (setting out your suitability for the role and how you meet the criteria in the role profile) to admin@britishwrestling.org.


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