• BMX NZ - Volunteer Manager and Coach for our Senior BMX Test Team

  • BikeNZ/BRT U17 Girls National Road Cycling Coaches

  • High Performance Assistant Track Coach - Cambridge

  • Junior Performance Analyst Position - Cambridge

  • BMX NZ - Looking for Two Amazing Volunteers

    Expressions of Interest are sought for a Manager and Coach for our Senior BMX Test Team.

    Each year BMX NZ participates in a New Zealand / Australia test series.  This involves selected 14-15 year olds competing in a New Zealand event in October and an Australian event in January.

    If you are interested in furthering your coaching or sports management experience and you are passionate about helping teen riders achieve in competitive BMX racing then we would like to hear from you.

    These positions are volunteer roles that require a commitment from August 2014 to 31 January 2015.

    Please click on the following links for application forms for Coach and Team Manager of the Senior Test Team.

    Coach Application Form 

    Team Manager Application Form 

    Background check form 

    Fill out the appropriate application and background check forms and return them to:

    by 25 July 2014

    BikeNZ/BRT U17 Girls National Road Cycling  Coaches

    2014 - 2015 Season

    BikeNZ and Bike Road and Track are looking for two voluntary U17 Girls National road cycling coaches.

    Each coach will be responsible for implementing the U17 national road cycling development squad plan which includes delivering national camps and attending structured development races, along with the duties outlined below in roles and responsibilities. 

    This is a great opportunity to grow your coaching skills and experience and work with a team of passionate development coaches and selectors.

    If you are interested in applying for this position please submit a short coaching CV and cover letter to Amy Taylor ( by July 14, 2014.  In your cover letter please outline your relevant skills and experience, in relation to the job description below. For any queries about this role please contact Amy on 027 5014085.

    Length of the appointment:  August 2014 – November 2015

    Please click here to view the full position description 

    High Performance Assistant Track Coach - Cambridge

    This is an exciting opportunity for a future High Performance coach to work with BikeNZ, considered one of the world’s best developing high performance track programmes.  If you strive to become a future world class track coach then the performance environment within the Cambridge Avantidrome will provide the setting for you to succeed.

    This is a key role which will play a significant part in achieving the BikeNZ mission for medals at the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Games.

    As an Assistant Coach within our targeted High Performance Track Programme you will be working alongside our specialist senior coaches in the support of medal winning performances on the world stage. 

    The successful candidate will have at least two years’ experience working around a High performance environment.  They will have to be able to demonstrate a passion to develop world class coaching capability, interpret and implement strategies to contribute to performance, as well as strong people skills and leadership potential. 

    It goes without saying that they will have a thorough understanding of the needs of elite athletes, and knowledge of various sports science and sports medicine disciplines to ensure a team performance outcome.

    For a copy of the job description or to apply, please contact Hughie Castle

    Applications close 9 July 2014 with interviews held in September following the Commonwealth Games 2014.

    Junior Performance Analyst Position - Cambridge

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an upcoming or recent New Zealand graduate to gain experience working in in elite sport at the new Home of Cycling in Cambridge. Please see the description below and the attached position description for details. 

    Over the next few months we will be advertising a 4-month full-time internship based at the Avantidrome in Cambridge - start date is planned for 1st September 2014. The purpose of the internship is to provide high-quality recent New Zealand University graduates with the opportunity to develop the knowledge, expertise and experience required to work in the domain of high performance sport. 

    The successful applicant will be provided with the opportunity of working within the day-to–day operations of two key high performance sports based in the Cambridge region (cycling & triathlon). Subject to confirmation of further funding, if the successful applicant completes the 4 month period to the satisfaction of all stakeholders the role will be extended a further 12 months (see attached role description for further detail).

    If you know of good candidates for this position, can you please advise them to submit a cover letter and CV to by July 15th 2014.

    Please click here to view the position description.