EIS Vacancies

Want to work with the best?
For the fourth year running the English Institute of Sport has been recognised as one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit organisations to work for, placed at 56th on the list in 2018.

If you have an enquiry regarding a job vacancy please email EISHumanResources@eis2win.co.uk.

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Read what some of the athletes and coaches we work with and our employees have to say about the English Institute of Sport.

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What we offer

The EIS is a dynamic, growing and fast moving organisation that will offer you a flexible, positive, stimulating and challenging work environment.

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Continuously developing the expertise and capabilities of our practitioners is critical to the on-going success of the organisation and we place a great deal of emphasis on creating opportunities for EIS employees at all levels to extend their knowledge and expertise and, at the same time, acquire the skills required to have a successful career in high performance sport.


Please note: Due to the specific nature of the EIS’s work and the number of enquiries we receive from students, unfortunately we cannot respond to individual enquiries and emails around work experience or shadowing a practitioner in a specific department.



“Working with coaches is our sport science and medical team from the EIS. The team covers everything including medical issues and physio, strength and conditioning, nutrition, psychology, lifestyle and performance analysis and has been a massive factor in our success, giving our boxers a performance edge over their opponents.”

Rob McCracken
Performance Director, GB Boxing


Would you like to make a difference to world-class performance by helping the EIS with research and development?

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Discover how the EIS works with a range of commercial partners to develop elite sport in England and how you could get involved.

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