Commonwealth Games Scotland (CGS) is the lead body for Commonwealth sport in Scotland and is responsible for selecting, preparing and managing Scotland’s team at the Commonwealth Games and Commonwealth Youth Games.
For every Games, CGS, in partnership with Scottish Wrestling and sportscotland, aim to deliver the best prepared team possible, creating the right environment and giving athletes every opportunity to excel.
This is an exciting time in Scottish sport and CGS with Scottish Wrestling are seeking to appoint an appropriately skilled person for the position of Team Manager: Wrestling. This is a voluntary role with expenses reimbursed.
Role Description and Application Forms
A role description and application form can be obtained by downloading them from the links below, or by contacting:
Commonwealth Games Scotland (CGS)
Gannochy Sports Centre,
University of Stirling,
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The files may also be downloaded from the Commonwealth Games Scotland website here.
How to Apply
Applications should be returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12 noon on 29 November 2012.
Interviews will be held on 6 December 2012 in the offices at Commonwealth House, Glasgow 2014 Ltd.
In 2014, Glasgow will be staging one of the biggest sporting events in the world. The Commonwealth Games is expected to attract 6,500 of the world`s best athletes and officials from across the Commonwealth. Hundreds of thousands of spectators are expected and the global television and online audience will number in millions. It`s an exciting time for the city and the Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee (OC) is determined to stage an athlete-centred and sport-focused Games that will generate a positive lasting legacy for all involved.
Glasgow 2014 will be staging the 17 sports across 11 days of competition. Aquatics, Athletics, Badminton, Boxing, Cycling, Gymnastics, Hockey, Judo, Lawn Bowls, Netball, Rugby Sevens, Shooting, Squash, Table Tennis, Triathlon, Weightlifting, Wrestling.
The OC is currently recruiting for Sport Competition Managers (SCMs) for each sport that will be responsible for the planning, organising, managing and delivering the Sport competition and related services.
The Sport Competition Manager will be responsible for planning, organising, managing and conducting the Sport competition and related services, as it pertains to the designated sport, at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
These roles are absolutely integral to the success of the Games, and the recruitment of these positions represents a key milestone in the delivery of an outstanding athlete centred and sport focused Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. The closing date for applications is Monday, 5th March 2012.
More information about all current Glasgow 2014 recruitment opportunities, including role profiles and application details, can be found on the Glasgow 2014 website:- Glasgow 2014 – Work For Us.
The Scottish Wrestling Association today appointed a new Assistant Coach, Viorel Etko, to work with Scottish National Head Coach, Volodymyr Gladkov.
A graduate of the Moldovan National Institute of Sport and Physical Education, Viorel worked with various national coaches throughout his career as a wrestler and has recently been imparting that experience to young wrestlers in Aberdeenshire.
Viorel represented Scotland with distinction as a wrestler in international competition, including at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. Viorel also won a bronze medal for Scotland at the 2009 Commonwealth Wrestling Championships as well as representing Great Britain at the European and World Championships on five occasions.
Scottish Wrestling Association is moving ahead with a clear vision to become a Commonwealth top 8 Nation by 2014.
We are seeking to appoint someone to assist our National Head Coach to achieve our aims and performance targets.
National Assistant Coach:
Full time circa £27,000 per annum.
3-year, renewable contract.
We seek applications from candidates who have proven ability and experience in coaching wrestling at a high level allied with the commitment, drive and energy to achieve our aims.
The full job specification and application form can be downloaded from the links below, or can be obtained by telephoning Gerry Malone on 07914 036255
Applications closed at 5pm on Monday, 28th March 2011.
The post, which requires some travel, nationally and internationally, is based in Glasgow.