Regulatory Operations Project Officer
British Horseracing Authority
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This job expires on Monday, 19th August 2019
The British Horseracing Authority is the governing and regulatory body for horse racing in Great Britain. It is the BHA’s role to act for and on behalf of the whole sport, ensuring that the highest standards apply on and away from the racecourse. Our vision is to build a brighter future for our sport, our horses and our people.
In contributing to this broad objective, the specific role of the department is to ensure that British Horseracing is seen as a capable and progressive regulator. Reporting to the Regulatory Projects Officer, you will be required to assist in the project development and implementation of BHA initiatives across various departments including Equine Health and Welfare, Integrity and Regulation, Racecourse Operations and others.
The role, while based within the Regulatory Projects team in London, requires engagement on multiple projects linked to the improvement of a wide range of BHA regulatory functions at any one time. As such, the role requires confidence in actively engaging and consulting with stakeholders at various senior levels throughout the BHA and the industry.
An active interest in horseracing is essential, and the role requires occasional work to be undertaken on the racecourse with our equine welfare teams, so experience with horses would be beneficial. While the role is London based, some flexibility to work from home is available.
You will require analytical skills to clarify, identify and track all project requirements, and to ensure that implementation plans are in place. The ability to work autonomously in prioritising your workload is key. Demonstrable experience in researching to assist in the production of reports is required. You should be able to demonstrate a high standard of written ability, with proven project management and organisation skills.
Flexibility to provide administrative support to the Regulatory Projects Officer and others in coordinating the project activities of the Integrity, Regulatory and Welfare teams is required in order to help them meet best practice in their project work.
As the needs of the business change this role will change accordingly, therefore this advertisement should be viewed as a guideline, which may be subject to change. We welcome enquiries and applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.
If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience, please apply by completing our application form on the following link Application Form (please quote reference number 201915)
The closing date for applications will be Monday 19th August 2019.
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