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This vacancies section advertises available positions within England Boxing and its partner organisations.

If no roles are advertised, then there are currently none available, so please check back again soon.

If you are applying for an England Boxing position, please, in the first instance, email a CV and cover letter to, unless specified otherwise.

Candidates may then be asked to take part in a telephone interview, or invited to attend for interview, where they may be requested to carry out tasks/tests that assess their suitability for the role.

Please note we cannot reply to every application for a vacancy, only those invited for an interview. If you do not hear from us within three weeks of the closing date, your application will not have been successful on this occasion.

To apply for positions with other organisations, follow the instructions within the information included.

Current England Boxing Vacancies

Compliance and Safeguarding Manager

England Boxing is looking to employ a Compliance and Safeguarding Manager to educate, inform and apply the compliance and disciplinary regulations to ensure the delivery of the sport safely, fairly and with integrity. The role will also play a full part in the broader delivery and growth of the sport and national governing body.

The successful candidate will be required to act as an initial England Boxing disciplinary lead officer in receiving, handling investigating and subsequently reporting to the relevant subcommittee and panels in line with England Boxing policies and procedures. This will include handling and managing any safeguarding and anti-doping complaints and breaches.

The role will require ensuring the policies of the organisation stay up-to-date, and relevant and follow recognised industry best practices and, where applicable, national laws. In addition, these requirements must be communicated effectively and clearly to the membership through appropriate education, training and communication. The role will also be required to deal with external agencies and organisations for example UKAD, LADOs, Police, and CPSU.

This is a full-time, permanent role reporting to the Head of Compliance. The role can be completed remotely but will include regular travel across the country. The salary is £30,000 – £35,000, subject to experience.

Job description: View the full job description by clicking here.

Closing date: Friday 10th May 2024.

To apply: To apply for this role with England Boxing, please send a CV and cover letter, indicating salary expectations, to

Tutor Recruitment – KO Discrimination Course

England Boxing is accepting applications from tutors to deliver sessions on the KO Discrimination Course which has been created with the purpose of educating the England Boxing membership across areas of Equality, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

Tutors will also have the flexibility to tailor their workload according to their individual needs and circumstances, whether that involves delivering a substantial amount of content or a more modest amount.

There are no minimum delivery requirements.

View the full job description here.

To Apply: click to view the Coach Educator Terms and Conditions and complete the application form.

All submissions must be sent to specifying the course in the subject.

Valuing Diversity

England Boxing Ltd is committed to valuing diversity and seeks to provide all staff with the opportunity for employment, career and personal development on the basis of ability, qualifications and suitability for the work as well as their potential to be developed into the job.

We believe that people from different backgrounds can bring fresh ideas, thinking and approaches which make the way work is undertaken more effective and efficient.

The Company will not tolerate direct or indirect discrimination against any person on grounds of age, disability, gender/gender reassignment, marriage / civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation whether in the field of recruitment, terms and conditions of employment, career progression, training, transfer or dismissal.

It is also the responsibility of all staff in their daily actions, decisions and behaviour to endeavour to promote these concepts, to comply with all relevant legislation and to ensure that they do not discriminate against colleagues, customers, suppliers or any other person associated with the Company.