Find out more about this exciting opportunity at Town
- Town recruiting a Senior Physical Performance Coach
- Rare opportunity to work with the First Team
- Apply online before closing date of 11 July 2018
A rare, challenging and rewarding opportunity to join a forward thinking, progressive team as Senior Physical Performance Coach. This is an exciting time in the development of Huddersfield Town as the Club continues to build for the future.
An undergraduate degree in Sports Science and significant practical experience is essential, as is a recognised strength and conditioning qualification (NSCA CSCS or UKSCA).
As equally important is the skill and expertise to lead in the design, development and operational delivery of the Club’s player monitoring strategies, and support in the design and delivery of individual player and team-based physical performance training programmes.
Your commitment, expertise and drive for excellence will be rewarded with a package commensurate with your experience and genuine opportunity to develop as you;
- Lead in the delivery of the Club’s pre-training preparation strategy
- Play a key role in delivering both individual player and team-based training sessions as well as support match day team preparation
- Work with the First Team’s medical staff in the design and delivery of late stage rehabilitation and injury risk management
- Work with the Performance Staff at host clubs of on-loan players to optimise their long-term development.
Based: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire (including travel with the First Team).
Salary: Competitive, commensurate with experience
Click HERE for a job specification in PDF format.
We receive a high volume of applications for our vacancies and as such encourage you to include with your CV a covering letter detailing why you feel you match the brief. Please also include your salary expectations for this role.
If you would like to join our team as our new Senior Physical Performance Coach, then please apply by CLICKING HERE.
The closing date for applications is 11 July 2018.
Huddersfield Town is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. If this role involves the supervision of and work with children and young people or vulnerable adults, you will require an Enhanced Criminal Records Check (CRC) through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and clearance for work in football by the FA. As such, this post is exempt for the rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and the applicant must disclose all previous convictions including spent convictions.
Equality & Inclusion
As Huddersfield Town is a diverse club that respects all characteristics under the Equality Act 2010, we want everyone to feel valued and included within the club and to achieve their full potential. Huddersfield Town has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of discrimination and commits itself to the redress of any inequalities by taking positive action where appropriate.