JOB: British Paralympic Association communications manager

The British Paralympic Association is looking for a new, full-time communications manager based at their central London headquarters.

The successful candidate will  help deliver media relations and PR in the build-up to and during the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. 

He or she will be brimming with creative ideas, passionate about the inspirational power of Paralympic sport and have significant experience of working with the media across a wide range of issues.

The successful candidate will be working with the Head of Communications to plan and deliver opportunities to grow ParalympicsGB digital channels and secures a wide range of media coverage around key milestones such as team announcements, team launch and crucially during Tokyo 2020.

Experience of working at an international sporting event or similar is vital to this role.

Salary: £38,000-£43,000 (dependent on experience)


The BPA is fully committed to the principles of the equality of opportunity. It is responsible for ensuring that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment, on the grounds of age, gender reassignment, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, race, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, disability, or socio-economic background than any other.

Disabled applicants meeting the minimum requirement of the role will be offered an interview. Please indicate in your cover letter if this may be applicable to your application.

How to apply

For details of the person specification download the Job Description and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form below:

Please send a role specific cover letter, completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, CV and indication of current salary to Eleanor Edson, Corporate Services Officer, at

All enquiries are to be directed to the email listed and no phone enquiries will be taken.

Closing Date: Mon June 3 2019

Interviews: Fri 14 June 2019 or w/c 17 June

Candidates who have been shortlisted for interview will be notified by Fri 7 June