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Sep 20, 2017, 7:01 AM

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Inshore Technical Manager

The Inshore Equipment Manager will be responsible for the management of continuous technological improvements to sailings' equipment through the application of quality standards, regulations and procedures which ensure the integrity of our sport, specially focused on equipment for inshore events and Olympic competition.

Click here for more in the job description - http://sailing.org/...tManager-[22928].pdf

Application deadline - Sunday 1 October 2017
Interviews week of 9 October 2017 in London
Competitive salary with benefits

All applications should be sent to: human.resources@sailing.org with a CV and a cover letter.

BACKGROUND

World Sailing is the world governing body for the sport of sailing, officially recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and International Paralympic Committee (IPC)

World Sailing is responsible for:
the promotion of the sport internationally;
managing sailing at the Olympic and Paralympic Games;
developing the Racing Rules of Sailing and regulations for all sailing competitions;
the training of judges, umpires and other administrators;
the development of the sport around the world; and
representing the sailors in all matters concerning the sport.
The principle members of World Sailing are the 145 'Member National Authorities' (MNAs) and the 100+ 'Class Associations'.

We have a clear and ambitious vision:

A world in which millions more people fall in love with sailing; inspired by the unique relationship between sport, technology and the forces of nature, we all work to protect the waters of the world.

Our mission:
To make sailing more exciting and accessible for everyone to participate or watch, and use our reach and influence to create a sustainable future for our sport and the waters of the world.




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