Opportunities within Judo in Scotland

Whether you are looking for your next career move or are looking to play an active role within the sport as a volunteer, this page is where you will find the opportunities to make a difference in Judo in Scotland.

If you have a vacancy that you would like to advertise here, email [email protected]

Jobs in Judo


Voluntary Positions

Judo Communications Officer

Organisation: Scottish Student Sport

Scottish Student Sport (SSS), the organisation for student sport in Scotland, is seeking an energetic and committed individual to act as one of the lead volunteers within Scottish Student Judo.
As the Communications Officer your main responsibility will be to support the SS Judo Chair and SSS by publicising the sport and its activity (e.g. posting on social media channels).

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Judo Development Group – Student Representative

Organisation: Scottish Student Sport

Scottish Student Sport (SSS), the governing body for student sport in Scotland, is seeking an energetic and committed individual to act as one of the lead volunteers within Scottish Student Judo.

The Judo Development Group has been established to guide the work of SSS in Judo.
As a member, you will work with the rest of the group to create and deliver a development plan across a range of areas including competition, workforce, club development, and publicity.

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Become A Referee 

Who is the Referee?

The referee is the volunteer who can be found in the centre of all the action at tournaments and gradings ensuring the contests are conducted fairly and safely.

What Does the Referee Do?

Referees ensure that contests are conducted safely and correctly, following approved contest rules, and ultimately making the call on who wins or loses by giving scores/penalties to Judoka.

How Do I Become A Referee?

If you are at least a green belt and over the age of 12 you can start your refereeing journey. As you build your skills and experience you will have the opportunity to advance through a structure of eight levels. 

If you would like to become a referee contact [email protected].

Become A Technical Official 

Who is a Technical Official?

From Timekeepers to Competition Controllers Technical Officials are the volunteers at events that carry out roles other than the referee.

What Does A Technical Official Do?

There are several different positions of a technical official in Judo. Usually found at the control table or mat side, a technical official ensures the smooth running of an event.

How Do I Become A Technical Official?

The great news is that to start your technical official journey, no judo experience is required! JudoScotland will provide all the training you need to start as a timekeeper.

If you would like to become a referee contact [email protected].

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