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LTA - Chief Medical Officer
|Location||The National Tennis Centre, 100 Priory Lane, Roehampton, London SW15 5JQ|
|Hours of Work|
|Salary & Benefits||Competitive plus excellent benefits and bonus|
|Closing Date||16 Jan|
About The Role
The LTA is the National Governing Body of tennis for Great Britain and we govern and grow tennis, from grassroots participation through to the professional game. Our vision for the sport is Tennis Opened Up.
Working as an integral part of the LTA Performance Team to deliver the mission of 'becoming a globally respected nation for player development' by supporting GB players, teams & programmes across the Player Pathway this role presents an exciting opportunity to deliver world class clinical support to players at the National Tennis Centre.
As part of a large inter-disciplinary Science and Medicine department, providing high quality performance support with the aim of developing and empowering the most resilient, athletic tennis players in the world. Within a decentralised programme of support, this role has a significant advisory element, requiring the ability to influence players, parents and coaches with diverse approaches.
The CMO is responsible for the development and delivery of all areas of clinical governance required of the LTA as a National Governing Body
The LTA, through its vision “Tennis Opened up”, is committed to creating a diverse environment where all colleagues feel included and a strong sense of belonging. We are proud to actively invite applications from all candidates who meet the essential criteria and are able to work in the UK, and we commit that everyone will receive equal consideration for employment irrespective of your ethnicity, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity status, disability or age. We also operate a flexible working environment where all colleagues are able to discuss their working needs with their manager or the People Team at any time.