Careers

Are you interested in working at Science in Sport?

We are growing fast and our aim at Science in Sport is to offer a world-class service whilst educating our consumers on how to get the most from their nutrition and training. We are always looking for talented individuals who are passionate about what they do to join our team. Everyone on our team is highly valued and given the freedom to be innovative and grow within the company. If that sounds interesting to you, take a look at our current openings below, or drop us a note to say you're interested at [email protected].



 Current Openings:

London, UK


Applications

We would love to hear from you and learn about why you would like to work for Science in Sport. Please send a copy of your CV and any details of a position you’d be interested in going for to [email protected]. We will aim to respond to you within 14 days.

Thank you for your interest in Science in Sport.


 

Science in Sport Team Members

We're very proud of the team here at Science in Sport. They range from experts in their respective field to elite athletes who have used Science in Sport products for years and can apply that knowledge to their everyday working life.

 



Our History

Science in Sport plc is a leading sports nutrition company that develops, manufactures and markets sports nutrition products for professional athletes and sports enthusiasts. It was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in London with its manufacturing facility based in Nelson, Lancashire.

Science in Sport is a strong brand in the elite athlete community - in the 2012 London Olympics, 24 medal-winning athletes or teams used our products. Science in Sport is currently the official sports nutrition supplier to Reading Football Club, Team Sky, British Cycling and USA Cycling. Science in Sport are also currently the official supplier of sports drinks and sports nutrition to the Britain's greatest ever Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy and heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson.

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