World ParaVolley is currently accepting expressions of interest (EOI) for several key volunteer positions within its Anti-Doping Commission. These roles are crucial to maintaining the integrity of the sport and ensuring compliance with global anti-doping standards.


Anti-Doping Team Leader

The Team Leader of the Anti-Doping Commission is responsible for anti-doping matters relating to the disciplines of World ParaVolley and the effective functioning of the Commission. The main focus of this position is to ensure compliance with the WADA Anti-Doping Code. This is a volunteer position that requires a significant time commitment.

Anti-Doping Testing Manager

The Testing & Results Manager role contributes to WPV’s antidoping program by protecting clean sport and the integrity of athletes by developing and managing effective testing programs that are compliant with the World Anti-doping Code and standards & World ParaVolley Anti-Doping Rules, and notifying TL re AAFs, ATFs, APFs.

Anti-Doping Education Manager

The Education Manager’s role contributes to World ParaVolley’s Anti-Doping program by providing an education plan/program to enable athletes, their support personnel, and other target groups to make informed decisions and act in accordance with anti-doping rules and the values of clean sport.

TUE Manager

The Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Manager role contributes to the WPV anti-doping program by supporting the protection of athletes’ health through the management of a TUE program that allows athletes to apply for a TUE which is fairly reviewed and processed in line with the relevant WPV rules.

Go to the OPPORTUNITIES page for the full role descriptions.


Interested individuals are encouraged to submit their EOI along with their CV to These volunteer positions offer a unique opportunity to contribute to the integrity of paravolley and the broader movement for clean sport.


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