Want To Work For Quintic? (Deadline: May 20th)

Quintic are looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to join their team as a Business Development and Client Services Executive. This role would require the successful candidate to support prospective, new and existing clients with their wide ranging purchasing, technical and training requirements.

This would be an excellent opportunity to gain experience of both the technical and business side of customer service within a sports science setting. You would be working with clients around the world, as well as just domestically, and already having a good working knowledge of Quintic would be a big advantage.

The position would be suitable for recent graduates or for third years about to finish their courses.

Deadline: May 20th

Salary: £18,000 – £22,000 + Commission

For more details, please see Quintic Business Development Job Advert – April 2016


Volunteering: Gifted & Talented Workshops (Weds 23rd October)

Volunteers are sought to help with running a range of sports science workshops next Wednesday (23rd Oct). Help is particularly needed in the areas of biomechanics and physiology. Sessions will run from 10:30 to 3:30 (with a lunch break between 12:15 and 1:00), and you would be given all the necessary instruction for the activities.

It will be an interesting opportunity to work with 10-11 year olds who have been identified as highly talented by their schools/regions.

You will also be able to use these hours to fulfill any module-related requirements related to voluntary placements (eg in Employability, RM1 or ISS).

If you would be interested in helping then please contact Danny Taylor at dtaylor@lincoln.ac.uk by Tuesday morning, to confirm your involvement or ask any questions you might have. Thanks!

England Cricket Presentation (Tues 22nd October)

We are very pleased to announce that Liam Sanders – performance analyst & biomechanist for the England cricket team – will be giving a presentation about his work in the Coaching Suite at 6pm on Tuesday 22nd October.

The talk is open to all, but could you please email Sandy Willmott at swillmott@lincoln.ac.uk if you would like to attend.