Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 7th January 2021
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JOB TITLE: Lead Academy Physiotherapist
DEPARTMENT: Medical Department
LOCATION: Tottenham Hotspur Training Centre, Enfield

Tottenham Hotspur is a world famous football club based in North London. Off the pitch, the Club has a strong and successful business model centered around building a platform for long-term success, which includes a new world-class stadium. The Club operates out of multiple sites, including a world class Training Centre in Enfield where all the First Team and the Academy’s training and coaching activities occur, and where the Medical department is based.

The Club is searching for a Lead Academy Physiotherapist to join its Medical Team. The successful applicant will join a leading and innovative medical team which strives to achieve optimal results in the areas of performance, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, while providing elite care for players. This post will lead on areas of physiotherapy, both clinical and managerial, within the multidisciplinary team in our Academy. The role will also be primarily responsible for physiotherapy services to the U18 squad. The role will be involved in implementation of injury prevention strategies and medical screening for the Academy players and contribute to the on-going development of this process in conjunction with the other members of the medical department. The role will be responsible for ensuring optimal cover for all Academy age groups for both training sessions and matches both home and away. The position is identified as a Designated Person for safeguarding and is responsible for executing good practice around children (under 18s) and forwarding queries/issues or disclosures to the Safeguarding Officer. The role will require an active involvement in the governance structure and management within the Academy and wider medical department. The position will involve working irregular hours (e.g. evenings / Saturdays / Sundays / Bank Holidays) based around team schedule, so a flexible candidate is sought. Tottenham Hotspur Football Club welcomes applications from anyone regardless of age, disability, race, colour or ethnic and national origins, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.


 Lead the Academy physiotherapy team in provision of physiotherapy care to our Academy players
Attend U18 Matches both home and away as required, ensuring pitch side cover is provided with all necessary equipment
Work closely with the coaching and sport science staff as part of an integrated performance team
Develop and maintain a programme of injury prevention
Work collaboratively with the medical and sport science department across the club to ensure a consistent philosophy and approach to rehabilitation
Ensure player’s parents are involved in and happy with ongoing issues and treatments as appropriate
Report any safeguarding concerns as appropriate and act on any concerns brought to your attention


  • A BSc or MSc degree level qualification in Physiotherapy
  • HCPC Registered
  • Experience of working within a high-performance team and a clear understanding of successful player development of young athletes
  • An extensive and up to date CPD portfolio.

Essential criteria

  • Extensive experience of working full time with elite level athletes
  • Successful experience of working full time in a high-performance team environment
  • Be a good role model for staff and players in the elite sport environment in terms of knowledge, behaviour and development
  • Experience in leading and managing a physiotherapy team.
  • Maintain high professional standards at all time and conform to expected behaviours in terms of clinical practice and confidentiality
  • Be willing and able to travel away from home including to international tours and tournaments when required

Desirable criteria

  • Experience in leading a Football Academy
  • First Team experience in elite professional football

CHELSEA Football Club

Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 8th January 2021

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Location: Cobham, Surrey
Contract type: Permanent (Full time)

Closing date: 8 January 2021

Job Description

JOB TITLE: Women’s Team Physiotherapist
DEPARTMENT: CFC Medical Department, CFC Women’s Team
Provide medical support to the Women’s Team, especially with respect to the prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation of injuries.

Cobham. Travel to home & away games (including international travel) with the Team when required.

Full time hours over 6 days. As and when required according to team schedule.


• Support the Club and the Team Manager/Coaches and the medical department to achieve our shared goal of success across all squads.
• Provide support to other members of the women’s team medical department. Contribute as part of the medical team to the planning and implementation of injured player treatment interventions.
• Lead on the rehabilitation of injured players in a manner which is in keeping with the overall club medical philosophy.
• To communicate effectively with all members of the interdisciplinary team to ensure players receive the best support available.
• Undertake a progressive and ongoing professional development process attending and participating in in-house CPD sessions (when possible), keep a regular CPD file, and ensure up to date with medical advances and research in their field.
• Provide maintenance treatments to support the health of uninjured players.
• Carry out screening assessments twice per season, and use this information to develop individualised prehab programmes aimed at preventing injuries and improving performance.
• Support the Team Doctor with the emergency management of injured players. Participate in the department’s regular emergency training scenarios.
• Maintain high standards of clinical governance, including contemporaneous clinical documentation using the KitmanLabs system.
• Ensure medical equipment is kept fully stocked and maintained.
• To provide mentorship and support to the RTC/Academy Physio as required.
• Deliver service in any area of Chelsea Football Club as required.


• To represent the Women’s medical team and facilitate a team directed approach.
• Consistently deliver a high quality of physiotherapy service to players, support other members of the medical staff in completion of their respective duties, and contribute to the daily routines and team approach of the Chelsea Football Club Medical Department as requested by the Team Doctor and Medical Director.
• Excellent timekeeping and attendance
• Excellent communication skills with colleagues and players
• Excellent team player
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work to deadlines and efficient



• A recognised Physiotherapy qualification
• Full registration with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
• To hold an up-to-date advanced emergency pitch-side qualification (eg ATMMiF or equivalent)


• At least five years working in a professional football environment, with experience of leading on the rehabilitation of common and complex football injuries.
• Experience of working effectively within a high-performing interdisciplinary team.
• Experience of working in elite women’s football / sport.
• An understanding of football periodisation.
• A track record of carrying out research within an applied setting.

The Employee must at all times carry out his/her responsibilities with due regard to Chelsea Football Club policies and procedures in particular Health & Safety, Financial Authorisation, Confidentiality and with regard to the Data Protection Act. The Employee must act to protect all young people and vulnerable adults that are in their care or attending the Company's premises. The Employee must report any misconduct or suspected misconduct to the Safeguarding Lead.
Chelsea Football Club and the Foundation is fully committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all children, young people and adults at risk (vulnerable groups) that are in our care or attending our premises. As a consequence, Chelsea FC may require any successful applicants to complete a DBS Check prior to working at our premises. Successful applicants may also be required to undergo other child protection screening appropriate to the post applied for.
The Employee must ensure a positive commitment towards equality and diversity by treating others fairly and not committing any form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimisation or harassment of any description and to promote positive working relations amongst Employees and customers.

The above Job Description is not intended to be exhaustive, the duties and responsibilities may therefore vary over time according to the changing needs of the Club.


L’académie Mouratoglou souhaite renforcer son équipe médicale avec un nouveau Masseur kinésithérapeute à temps plein sur le site de Sophia Antipolis (proche Nice) pour le début 2021.

Vous travaillerez dans l’une des plus belles structures du tennis mondial, en vous occupant de sportifs de haut niveau tout comme de jeunes en devenir.
Important pourcentage d’internationaux (plus de 50 nationalités différentes), parler anglais est un sérieux avantage.

Travail au contact des collègues et en étroite relation avec le terrain. Faire preuve d’un esprit d’équipe est donc une de nos priorités (pôle médical, préparateurs physiques, entraineurs).
Service avec un docteur, pôle en plein développement avec un plateau technique bien équipé,
Le statut est en prestation de services (facture à la fin du mois).

Des connaissances dans le milieu du sport en général sont souhaitables, et une expérience dans le monde du tennis sera un vrai plus pour votre candidature.

Fin du recueil des candidatures au 30 novembre 2020 à l’adresse mail :
Louis Fresneau


Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 27th November 2020
The purpose of this role is to provide first class professional physiotherapy support to the players of the Women’s First and Development Teams.
Due to expansion of the Women’s Team, a vacancy has arisen within the Women’s Medical Department for an Assistant First Team and Development Team Physiotherapist. This is a full time post based at various locations and hours will vary dependent on the demands of the business. Flexibility is therefore essential and candidates will need to be able to work evenings and weekends as required.
The Role:
Key Responsibilities:
  • Training / Matches
To be in attendance at all training sessions and matches played by the Academy Team throughout the season and pre-season and first team training sessions and matches as required.
To be responsible for the day to day delivery of high level injury prevention, injury rehabilitation and pitch side first aid /emergency care including the systems and infrastructure required to ensure that these processes are supported, documented and reviewed appropriately, in collaboration with the rest of the Club medical staff

  • Equipment / Facilities
To ensure all medical equipment and procedures are regularly reviewed and maintained at the appointed training venue

  • Insurance
To be responsible for the organisation of physiotherapy / medical cover for the squads training, matches and tours in accordance with the Football Association guidelines and women’s team performance plan

  • Record Keeping & Communication
To maintain up-to date, thorough, accurate and confidentially safe medical records for female players
To assist in the collection and evaluation of ‘Readiness to Return to Training’ measures
To liaise effectively with the coaching staff on a regular basis in order to keep them informed of players’ availability for matches and training
To take an active role in all medical meetings and other planning meetings

  • Health / Injury Management
To, in conjunction with the Women’s Team Lead Physiotherapist and Doctor, oversee the development, co-ordination and implementation of all medical musculoskeletal matters in relation to the female playing staff
To assess all female players’ fitness and injury status with the Women’s Team Lead Physiotherapist and Doctor. This may involve assessment / discussion with players and other professionals who may have been involved in their care. This will include regular reassessment and assist to decide, in conjunction with the Women’s Team Lead Physiotherapist and Doctor, on players’ fitness to train and play
To provide evidence-based treatment and develop football-specific injury rehabilitation programmes aimed at speedy, safe and full recovery
To have particular responsibility for all medical / health related matters pertaining to the Women’s football team
To be involved in the counselling process of all players covering medical / health related matters
To accompany players to medical consultations, possibly at short notice, ensuring the player receives optimal care and advice at all times
To co-ordinate, in conjunction with the Women’s Team Lead Physiotherapist and Doctor, all aspects of medical screening, assessment, treatment and management of football-specific rehabilitation of female players
To work alongside the Women’s Team Lead Physiotherapist and Doctor in order to deliver recovery and injury prevention strategies to all players both immediately after games and on recovery days
To educate players on responsible management of injuries and injury prevention strategies, medical screening, FA doping controls programme and medical research

  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
To actively participate in personal CPD development in keeping with regulatory body guidelines (e.g. CSP).
To maintain accredited Sports First Aid course (e.g. ATMiFF) and continued postgraduate medical education including courses relevant to the job. This should include attendance at medical meetings arranged by the various associations on specific topics of relevance
To attend briefings, courses and seminars at the Football Association Medical Education Centre when necessary

  • Continuous Improvement
To contribute to the department moving forward through undertaking relevant research projects and contributing to others carrying out research
To evaluate current practice on a regular basis

  • Patient Confidentiality
To ensure all aspects of the role are bound by professional confidentially
To uphold the standards of sportsmanship, behaviour and playing style expect at Manchester United
To ensure the Club adheres to The FA standards for safeguarding women

  • To create a working environment:
In which staff feel comfortable evaluating their own and others’ performance
That is conducive with creativity, innovation and inventiveness in which staff can identify areas of operation that would benefit from a fresh approach
Where staff are encouraged, and keen, to suggest innovative approaches to problems
Which maximises staff participation by inspiring staff to take ownership of advancements and makes staff feel important and valuable

  • The Person:
HCPC membership, with post qualification experience (Band 6 or above, preferably including some Band 5 rotational experience within a general hospital setting).
Experience in sports injury management is essential and familiarity in youth sport is desirable.
A higher degree in a relevant subject or equivalent is desirable.
ATTMiF first aid qualification is desirable.
An ability to work to high professional standards, whilst maintaining strict levels of confidentiality and discretion.
An ability to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a wider Medical team.
Given the nature of the role an awareness of safeguarding practices and procedures is essential, but training will be provided in this area as standard.

  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
MUFC Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer and recognises the importance of safeguarding children and adults at risk in our work place.
Due to this post being in regulated activity, the potential employee will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check at the appropriate level.
It is unlawful to employ a person in a UK-based job who does not have permission to live and work in the UK. You should make yourself aware of how immigration laws apply to you before applying for any of our roles.


Cabinet de physiothérapie situé au centre de Reconvilier (Suisse) recherche pour compléter son équipe : 60% à 100%. Le cabiné est constitué par 150 m2 il a une forte orientation sportive et traumatologie.
Vous trouverez 3 salles de traitemaint, un plateau avec les machines Technogym Kinesis, plataform vibratoire, tecartherapie. Une activité au sein d’une entreprise dynamique, stimulante et en pleine expansion.
Profil demandé:
Physiothérapeute diplômée
Esprit d’équipe, dynamique, flexible, autonome
Maitrise du français, connaissances d’autres langues
Connaissances liée au sport et neurologie
Motivé pour être dans le top des nouvelles technologies et methódes
Date d'entrée à convenir.
Pour plus d'informations sur le poste, veuillez contacter,
Alexandre Baptista 0767709660
Envoyez votre candidature complète (c.v. et lettre de motivation) à l'adresse suivante:
PhysioPremium AB Sàrl
Grand Rue 30
2732 Reconvilier
Type d'emploi : Temps plein, Temps partiel


Cabinets de kiné spécialisés dans le sport, à Paris à la recherche d'un(e) assistant(e) pour un poste à long terme.
Cabinets situés dans le 7e et le 8e arrondissement, Boulevard Saint-Germain et Boulevard Haussmann, offrant la possibilité de travailler en équipe, avec chaque jour de vrais échanges et du partage de connaissances pour progresser tous ensemble.
Un seul objectif : voir les patients retourner sur le terrain en pleine forme, le plus vite possible. Parce que nous serons toujours plus forts en équipe, le cabinet recherche un(e) kiné avec cette envie d'échanger, de partager et avec le même objectif.
Rejoins l'équipe avec 130m2, salles individuelles, tout l'équipement souhaité, Paris intra-muros, 16 collègues et des patients qui n'attendent qu'une chose : retourner faire du sport ! Découvre tout sur
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