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Employee Relations Advisor

This role will contribute to Chelsea’s strategic and operational HR objectives and provide the full range of HR generalise advice and guidance to managers and employees. 
London

Support Team Advisor - Maternity Cover (12 Months)

At Manchester United we aim to be the best on and off the pitch – and the quality of our behind-the scenes team sets us apart from the competition. Our people are as committed to the success of the company as the players are to winning trophies. We offer a unique and exciting working environment, excellent training, with recognition and rewards for the part each individual plays. Sounding good so far?
Manchester

First Team Tactical Analyst

Swansea City AFC is seeking a Tactical Analyst to complement the First Team Analysis department in all aspects, with a strong emphasis being based around pre-match preparation and opposition analysis.
Swansea

Football Safeguarding Lead

Location: St Mary’s Stadium & Staplewood Training Ground, Southampton with up to 40% home working as standard. Hours: Full time, core hours 08:00-16:00 Mon-Fri, with flexible start/finish times if needed.               Due to the nature of the role, some weekend and evening work is required. Contract Type: Permanent Criminal Record Check: Enhanced with Child List     We look for people with integrity, compassion and support for those around them; people who take pride in what they do with an honest approach, who embrace a challenge while also being accountable for their decisions; people who have the energy and passion to bring an innovative approach to their role and strive to be different from the rest; people with the aspiration to lead the way and become an example to others.
Southampton

Senior Football Development Coordinator

Liverpool FC Foundation is offering an exciting opportunity to work in the football department and oversee the day-to-day operations of LFC Foundation football programmes.What will you be doing?There will be a large element of football delivery and educational workshops alongside promoting the programmes in the local community. The role involves working across evening and weekend delivery and leading on camps, tournaments and events.The main responsibilities are:-Deliver the football programmes in line with the business plan ensuring all KPI`s are met-Ensure quality and safeguarding standards are achieved and maintained-Work closely with local and regional partner organisations-Engage with hard-to-reach groups-Help increase engagement into the programmes for people with disabilities and girls across all Foundation activities-To encourage and mentor participants to become volunteers-Create pathways into other relevant foundation programmes-Deliver social action sessions and workshops-Ensure effective collection of data and statistics on relevant foundation databases-Provide an inclusive environment following our Red Together strategy-Line management responsibility for the delivery team including performance management and administration tasks
Liverpool

Youth Development Phase Coach (W&G)

Brighton & Hove Albion FC are recruiting for 2 Youth Development Phase Coach (W&G) to come and join the team!
Lancing, West Sussex

Academy Administration Manager

Job Location     Academy Training Ground, BR3 1RJ Contract Type  Full-time                              Salary/ ROP      Competitive   To take control of all administration whilst working closely with Academy staff to work to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of the Club’s Academy site.
London

Kit Assistant - Women's Team

Job Location      Sydenham Highschool Sports Ground, London, SE26 5BGContract Type    Full-time                            Salary/ ROP       Competitive   To assist in the management, preparation and distribution for all training and match day kit for the Women’s players and employees.
London

Marketing Campaign Manager

Crystal Palace Football Club is seeking an experienced, ambitious, and knowledgeable Marketing Campaign Manager to join our Marketing and Communications team. This is a new opportunity to join a small but high-performing team who are tasked with growing the fanbase through creating and delivering a range of campaigns and initiatives, improving communication with supporters, as well as supporting colleagues in driving revenue growth, as well as delivering campaigns for commercial partners. 
London

Production Manager

We’re looking for a Production Manager to manage and deliver all non-matchday production projects for Chelsea Football Club.
London

1st Team Physiotherapist

Location: Stanley Park Training Ground, Chippenham OR The New Lawn Stadium, Nailsworth. Reporting to the Head of Medical Services / Sporting Director, the 1st Team Physiotherapist is integral to contributing to the success and achievement of the football club. As the 1st Team Physiotherapist, you’ll aim for excellence within the medical department and provide optimal service to all 1st team Players, providing first class manual and exercise therapy based treatments. You’ll assist in the delivery of the departmental aims and objectives, creating a department that is viewed as the best in the division in terms of prevention and management of injury. Management of other staff Support the work of any junior first team therapy staff and act as a clinical mentor to the Head Academy Physiotherapist.  To assist the Head of Medical Services in the professional development of all other staff within the department, contributing to mid-season and end of season review meetings to review progression and to provide formal feedback.  To be responsible for the development and implementation of all Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) across the club.  This includes appropriate staff training and liaison with 3rd parties who will be central to the effective implementation of these plans both at training and matches. Management of injuries Deliver first class physiotherapy services to all players in the first team, striving to return players from injury in the most efficient timeframe possible. You will be assigned specific players to ‘case-manage’ and will be required to have input into the treatment and management plans of all injured players (who may be working with other physios). Work alongside the rest of the medical team to strive for best-practice in all aspects of our provision.  Implement evidence based practice and utilise advanced clinical reasoning skills during the rehabilitation process.  Demonstrate effective communication with all multi-disciplinary team members in order to ensure clarity surrounding the management of all injured players. Produce an injury management plan for injured players under your care. This will demonstrate the likely evolution of the injury and take account of realistic milestones in the recovery pathway. This will be communicated to the rest of the team in weekly departmental meetings.  Produce a daily treatment plan for players under your care, this will be aligned with the injury management plan and take account of appropriate functional markers in order to demonstrate progress.  To contribute to the departmental CPD programme on a regular basis in liaison with the Head of Medical Services.  To communicate clearly and effectively with the rest of the MDT regarding the diagnosis, management plan and anticipated timeframes for all injured players.  To accurately and comprehensively complete medical notes within 24 hours of any treatment on the Benchmark54 database.  Injury prevention Work alongside the conditioning team to influence the players’ pre-activation and injury prevention routines. Liaise with the strength and conditioning team on a daily basis in order to have input into decisions relating to individual player availability and readiness to train.  Alongside the conditioning team and the Head of Medical Services, contribute to individualised injury prevention programmes focused on addressing relevant injury risk factors as identified following both screening and analysis of previous injury history.  Work alongside the rest of medical and sport science team to analyse injury patterns and adjust preventative programmes accordingly in order to mitigate the risk of injury.  Medical provisions at matches/tours To travel with the team and be available to provide therapy treatments to players both on the evening before and the day of the match as required.  To attend all home matches and be present as required in the pre-match build up to a game.  To rehabilitate / treat players at the stadium on the morning of 1st team home matches as required.  To work in tandem with the Head of Medical Services to be available at short notice on the day following matches to assess and treat players as required.  Pre-signing medicals / medical consultations To work under the direction of the Head of Medical Services, ensuring all players undergo a comprehensive pre-signing medical prior to signing with the Sporting Director notified of any potential injury risks and the level of risk identified (low, moderate or high).  Accompany players to medical consultations at short notice as required ensuring the player receives optimal care and advice at all times.  Continual professional development Work towards designated SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timed) targets for personal development and departmental progression in collaboration with the Performance Consultant and the Head of Medical Services.  Keep a Personal Development Plan (PDP) which highlights areas for development and allows us to afford you the time and resources to work towards these objectives wherever possible.  To meet with the Performance Consultant on 6 weekly basis to discuss and review SMART Targets.  Undertake the required training in line with league rules (ATMMiF) (this will be funded by the club).  Take responsibility for your own continued professional development, ensuring that you attend regular courses/conferences and keeping an up to date portfolio of achievements. Appropriate funding will be available for courses / conferences – this is to be assessed on a case-by-case basis and will be linked to your Personal Development Plan / SMART Targets  Other requirements Attend all first team games and tours as required  A minimum of 40 hours per week  Flexibility in this role is essential – ability to work irregular and unsocial hours as required.  Work may be subject to change with less than 24 hours notice on occasions. Work will regularly be outside ‘normal’ working hours, in evenings, weekends and holidays  Attendance may be required at consultant appointments/special events/dinners/tournaments.  All holiday is to be taken during breaks in the footballing season  You may at times be required to carry out additional tasks / reasonable duties not outlined in this job description, including travel as is deemed necessary to fulfil your job requirements.
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