INAS seeking anti-doping committee member

Applications to the international federation for athletes with an intellectual disability are being accepted until 27 May. 20 Apr 2016
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International Sports Federation for Persons with an Intellectual Disability (INAS-FID)

By INAS and IPC

The international federation for athletes with an intellectual disability, INAS, is seeking to appoint a member to its anti-doping committee, with a specific responsibility for overseeing the processing of results and appeals.

The INAS Anti-Doping Committee is comprised of a number of independent practitioners who are responsible for advising and implementing INAS anti-doping procedures. It also liaises with event organisers to ensure compliance at INAS world and regional events.

Anti-Doping Committee members each take responsibility for a specific area of anti-doping procedure/practice. These include considering Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) applications, managing results, managing whereabouts information and the registered testing pool, overseeing appeals, managing an athlete education programme or liaising with INAS event organisers and sports directors.

Complete information about the position, including qualification requirements, is available on INAS’ website.

Applications should be made by CV/cover letter that states the position applying for and details the candidates’ suitability for the role. Applications should be sent no later than Friday 27 May to [email protected] or mailed to:

INAS

PO BOX 4972

Sheffield

S25 9EQ

England