London 2012 (Sport Competition Department) is now recruiting for Games Time paid roles. This is an opportunity for you to utilise your sport-related skills and experience to help London put on the ‘Greatest show on Earth’.
 
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) will recruit from across the UK – from a range of skills, communities and backgrounds and we will be staging one day selection events per sport.

For further information about the Games Time roles, candidates should visit the official London 2012 website.

www.london2012.com/get-involved/jobs/working-for-locog


Those selected at CV stage will be invited to attend a recruitment selection day as a first stage of the interview process.

If successful and offered a Games Time role you may also be required to attend a test event relevant to your sport Competition role.

If you are seeking to gain a secondment from your existing role to take up a Games Time Role we advise you should start talking with your employer now.

Roles in Boxing


Opportunities available in Boxing include:

Administration Group Leader – responsible for ensuring the high quality provision of administrative assistance to the Competition Management Team and providing cover for the Boxing Services Manager when required.

Athlete Services Group Leader – responsible for ensuring the provision of a high quality games time experience for all Olympic athletes at the Boxing Competition venue.

International Federation Services Group Leader – acting as the focal point for IF requests during the Games, sensitively and sensibly managing their needs and ensuring that all IF work areas and lounges are maintained to an appropriately high standard for the duration of the Games.
Sport Information Group Leader – responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Sport Information function at both the Athletes’ Village and Competition venue.

Technical Officials Group Leader – responsible for ensuring that the Technical Delegate and International Technical Officials are supported in order that they can fulfil their duties to the highest standard and to deal with their enquiries and problems in a timely manner.

Sport Equipment Group Leader – responsible for ensuring that the provision, quality, maintenance, storage, security and distribution of all sports equipment for the duration of the Games meets the high standard required, acting as the organisational link with equipment suppliers.

Field of Play Group Leader – responsible for ensuring that all activity taking place in the Field of Play is conducted in accordance with LOCOG and IF rules and regulations and that all equipment and personnel are presented and deployed appropriately.  The Field of Play Group Leader will also act as deputy Technical Operations Manager when required.

Training Venue Group Leader – responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of the training facilities and appropriate services.

Roles will start from spring/summer 2012 although you may be required to attend a test event from 22 – 28 November 2011.

Please access these roles directly through the London 2012 website.

London 2012 (Sport Competition Department) is now recruiting for Games Time paid roles. This is an opportunity for you to utilise your sport-related skills and experience to help London put on the ‘Greatest show on Earth’.

The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) will recruit from across the UK – from a range of skills, communities and backgrounds and we will be staging one day selection events per sport.

For further information about the Games Time roles, candidates should visit the official London 2012 website.


Those selected at CV stage will be invited to attend a recruitment selection day as a first stage of the interview process.

If successful and offered a Games Time role you may also be required to attend a test event relevant to your sport Competition role.

If you are seeking to gain a secondment from your existing role to take up a Games Time Role we advise you should start talking with your employer now.

Roles in Boxing


Opportunities available in Boxing include:

Administration Group Leader – responsible for ensuring the high quality provision of administrative assistance to the Competition Management Team and providing cover for the Boxing Services Manager when required.

Athlete Services Group Leader – responsible for ensuring the provision of a high quality games time experience for all Olympic athletes at the Boxing Competition venue.

International Federation Services Group Leader – acting as the focal point for IF requests during the Games, sensitively and sensibly managing their needs and ensuring that all IF work areas and lounges are maintained to an appropriately high standard for the duration of the Games.
Sport Information Group Leader – responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Sport Information function at both the Athletes’ Village and Competition venue.

Technical Officials Group Leader – responsible for ensuring that the Technical Delegate and International Technical Officials are supported in order that they can fulfil their duties to the highest standard and to deal with their enquiries and problems in a timely manner.

Sport Equipment Group Leader – responsible for ensuring that the provision, quality, maintenance, storage, security and distribution of all sports equipment for the duration of the Games meets the high standard required, acting as the organisational link with equipment suppliers.

Field of Play Group Leader – responsible for ensuring that all activity taking place in the Field of Play is conducted in accordance with LOCOG and IF rules and regulations and that all equipment and personnel are presented and deployed appropriately.  The Field of Play Group Leader will also act as deputy Technical Operations Manager when required.

Training Venue Group Leader – responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of the training facilities and appropriate services.

Roles will start from spring/summer 2012 although you may be required to attend a test event from 22 – 28 November 2011.
 

Please access these roles directly through the London 2012 website.


London 2012 (Sport Competition Department) is now recruiting for Games Time paid roles. This is an opportunity for you to utilise your sport-related skills and experience to help London put on the ‘Greatest show on Earth’.

The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) will recruit from across the UK – from a range of skills, communities and backgrounds and we will be staging one day selection events per sport.

For further information about the Games Time roles, candidates should visit the official London 2012 website.

www.london2012.com/get-involved/jobs/working-for-locog

Those selected at CV stage will be invited to attend a recruitment selection day as a first stage of the interview process.

If successful and offered a Games Time role you may also be required to attend a test event relevant to your sport Competition role.

If you are seeking to gain a secondment from your existing role to take up a Games Time Role we advise you should start talking with your employer now.

Roles in Boxing

Opportunities available in Boxing include:

Administration Group Leader
Responsible for ensuring the high quality provision of administrative assistance to the Competition Management Team and providing cover for the Boxing Services Manager when required.

Athlete Services Group Leader
Responsible for ensuring the provision of a high quality games time experience for all Olympic athletes at the Boxing Competition venue.

International Federation Services Group Leader
Acting as the focal point for IF requests during the Games, sensitively and sensibly managing their needs and ensuring that all IF work areas and lounges are maintained to an appropriately high standard for the duration of the Games.

Sport Information Group Leader
Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Sport Information function at both the Athletes’ Village and Competition venue.

Technical Officials Group Leader
Responsible for ensuring that the Technical Delegate and International Technical Officials are supported in order that they can fulfil their duties to the highest standard and to deal with their enquiries and problems in a timely manner.

Sport Equipment Group Leader
Responsible for ensuring that the provision, quality, maintenance, storage, security and distribution of all sports equipment for the duration of the Games meets the high standard required, acting as the organisational link with equipment suppliers.

Field of Play Group Leader
Responsible for ensuring that all activity taking place in the Field of Play is conducted in accordance with LOCOG and IF rules and regulations and that all equipment and personnel are presented and deployed appropriately. The Field of Play Group Leader will also act as deputy Technical Operations Manager when required.

Training Venue Group Leader
Responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of the training facilities and appropriate services.

Roles will start from spring/summer 2012 although you may be required to attend a test event from 22 – 28 November 2011.

Please access these roles directly through the London 2012 website.

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