There is an exciting opportunity to join Club Doncaster as a Medical Event Practitioner.
Club Doncaster is the brand that connects Doncaster’s elite sports teams, the company also manage the delivery of events at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium, and associated Elite Performance Centre, Sports Park, Club Doncaster Foundation, Club Doncaster Sports College, and Impact Programmes.
Club Doncaster is more than just a sports club and the company aim to improve people’s lives, through all levels of elite sport, community engagement, and education every day.
We are proud at Club Doncaster to ensure we always strive to lead the field in every area of the organisation. 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 levels of our work.
A new opportunity has arisen for an experienced and knowledgeable Medical Event Practitioner to join the operations team and provide match day medical cover at the Keepmoat Stadium.
The Practitioner will report to the Safety Officer with duties including;
- Provision of emergency medical cover for the crowd at matches at the stadium.
- Development and implementation of medical best practice policies and procedures, including the Emergency Action Plan(s).
- Undertaking CPD as prescribed by the EFL, FA and internal club CPD.
The ideal applicant will have experience in a similar role at events and be fully conversant with the duties involved. The candidate must currently be registered with the HCPC (Paramedic) or NMC as a nurse registration, and hold previous experience in a role such as a Specialist Paramedic, Specialist Urgent Care Practitioner or Emergency Care Practitioner. It is important for the successful applicant to possess suitable medical indemnity insurance.
Completion of the Immediate Medical Care course by the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care, or an equivalent, would also be desirable.
This role requires flexibility on Saturday afternoons, midweek evenings and public holidays with attendance at all first team home fixtures.
The successful candidate will be supported by the Club through CPD opportunities.
Club Doncaster recognises that the safety and protection of those children and young people in day to day contact with the club is paramount. The company is committed to creating a safe culture for all.
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.
We are an equal opportunities employer and are 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 in the first instance, please submit your CV and cover letter to
Kirsty Cavanagh Head of People & Culture Kirsty.Cavanagh@clubdoncaster.co.uk
Closing Date Friday September 24 2021 – Please note in the case of receiving sufficient applications Club Doncaster reserve the right to close the process earlier than the advertised date.