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British Curling, the governing body responsible for the UK’s Winter Olympic and Paralympic curling programmes is looking to recruit a new Chair. This exciting opportunity comes at a key stage in the build up to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing in 2022, following a period of new leadership and the strengthening of British Curling’s management team under Executive Performance Director Nigel Holl. 

We are looking to appoint a new Chair to lead and work closely with the existing Board, the Executive Performance Director and the staff in delivering the business strategy and success that British Curling expects. British Curling has recently recruited three new Non Executive Directors to the Board – adding to the skills and experience the Board already has in place.

The closing date for applications is 31st Jan 2020. Provisional dates for interviews are 13th February 2020.

To apply for this role, please email with a CV and letter of application demonstrating how you will impact positively on British Curling.

Please click on the links below to download the advert and job description. 

British Curling Chair – vacancy

British Curling Chair - job description. 

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