Club Doncaster is the brand that connects Doncaster’s elite sports teams. We also manage the delivery of events at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium, and associated Elite Performance Centre, Sports Village, Club Doncaster Foundation, Sports College, and Impact Programmes.
We are more than just a sports club, we use every day as a chance to improve people’s lives, through all levels of elite sport and community engagement and education.
We are proud at Club Doncaster to ensure that we always seek to be best in class at every area of the organisation on a daily basis. By recruiting people who demonstrate integrity, compassion, pride, honesty, and a desire to continuously improve themselves and those around them, we can make sure that we are always moving forward and making a difference in all areas of our work.
A new post has been created within the medical department for an assistant physiotherapist to join Doncaster Rovers and support all areas of the programme as well as supporting across the Club Doncaster group when the opportunity arises.
The successful candidate will be part of a small team, and report to the head of sports medicine in the treatment of injuries across the club, delivering a culture of accountability, injury prevention, rehabilitation and multi-disciplinary support and working.
It is essential that candidates must have attained either a physiotherapy or sports therapy degree qualification and be either HCPC or MSST registered. Candidates will also have at least one year of post-graduate experience working within an elite sports environment and possess an understanding of medical and sport related systems such as the PMA and Benchmark54 noting systems. Furthermore, candidates are required to have either the FA pitch side ITMMiF or ATMMiF qualification.
Candidates will also be assessed during the recruitment process the ability to demonstrate their understanding in assessing, rehabilitating and dealing with the medical needs of our players at all times.
Core hours will be in line with all elite teams training calendar. The successful candidate should be available for evening and weekend work where this is required as dictated by the match schedule and the unexpected demands of the job. They will also be expected to travel nationally with professional squads when this is required.
The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, be able to communicate effectively with players, staff, and senior management and be adaptable and innovative.
Please be aware that a criminal disclosure and identity check will be carried out on the successful applicant prior to any offer of employment, in line with Club Doncaster’s safeguarding culture and procedures.
Club Doncaster is also committed to ensuring to the highest standards of safeguarding, we are an equal opportunities employer and is keen to hear from all persons who feel that this would be the right role for them.
If you would like to apply for the role please submit a full CV and covering letter demonstrating clearly your experience in line with the person specification to head of people and culture Kirsty Cavanagh on firstname.lastname@example.org
Or via postal application to:
Head of People & Culture
Closing date for applications is October 11 2019 at 12pm