Doncaster Rovers are currently recruiting for an exceptional and significantly experienced candidate to strive within the role of talent identification manager at the club.
Reporting to the head of football operations, the successful candidate strategically identify senior players, whilst continuing to grow our positive reputation for player development and seek innovative ways to identify players capable of reaching their full potential within the Doncaster Rovers playing philosophy.
The role will need to deliver and implement the strategic plan for the senior team and work closely with the football staff to deliver on planned agreed player targets, as well as oppositional awareness.
The post’s objectives are to drive the vision of recruitment of senior players, ensuring that untapped trends, contacts, and early player identification is unrivaled.
We are looking for a committed recruitment professional, who will focus specifically on the development of the department through strategic planning, operational management, and a strong working relationship with the performance analysis department to enhance the information available to the management team.
The successful candidate will already be established within a similar role, and able to clearly evidence their working knowledge of national & international leagues.
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 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, with detailed experience, and covering letter demonstrating clearly your experience in line with the person specification to Kirsty Cavanagh head of people & culture at email@example.com
Closing date for applications May, Thursday 5 2022 at 5pm.