The ITIA is a values-driven organisation, with a clear mission: to deliver impactful anti-doping and anti-corruption programmes to protect the integrity of our Members’ events and those who participate in them.

Our programmes are intelligence-led, innovative, collaborative and focus on prevention alongside detection, and we are always on the lookout for talented individuals who can help us to deliver our mission.

As one of the few independent integrity agencies in professional sport, staff at the ITIA have a unique opportunity to lead at the forefront of global integrity practice, and we are united in our passion to uphold the principle of fair competition.

Based in Roehampton, South West London, the ITIA has a progressive and inclusive approach to modern-day employment, with great benefits, excellent culture, and opportunities for professional and personal development.

You don’t have to just take our word for it. Here’s what our staff have to say about working at the ITIA:



    My current role involves managing a small team of investigators. I supervise the inquiries
    undertaken by the team and investigate more complex matters.

    Our work involves investigating suspected breaches of tennis’ integrity rules, whether they
    are related to corruption, in the form of match-fixing, or doping cases.

    I also work with our education team and jointly deliver preventative training on the rules to
    chair umpires and officials at the International Tennis Federation officiating schools
    worldwide, as well as regularly attending tournaments and offering support and guidance to
    members of the tennis family.

    I was attracted to joining the ITIA because of my love of tennis. Since I was at school, I have
    played the sport, and I love watching the professional game – so much so that I used to
    queue for hours as a teenager to collect the autographs of champions like Jimmy Connors
    and Ilie Nastase.

    Using my experience of 30 years in the Metropolitan Police, which includes work at Scotland
    Yard and investigating organised crime groups, to help keep the sport that I love clean and
    fair motivates me.

    To me, integrity is about demonstrating honesty, and standing by strong moral principles. In
    tennis, this means playing fair and providing equal opportunity.


At the ITIA, we know diversity fosters creativity and innovation. We are committed to equality of opportunity, to being fair and inclusive, and to being a place where all belong. We therefore particularly encourage applications from candidates from underrepresented groups.

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