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MANCHESTER UNITED FC

FIRST TEAM PHYSIOTHERAPIST

Club: Manchester United FC
 
Contract: Full Time
 
Closing Date: 26th April 2021

The Purpose      

The main purpose of this role is to contribute to development and delivery of physiotherapy care to the first team players and to provide physiotherapy services, including service provision at home and away games if required.

The Role

To work daily with the first team players to limit time loss through injury and to enable optimal transfer of training into match day performances.
To work with the head of rehabilitation and physiotherapy to deliver accurate assessment, diagnosis, prognosis, and efficient and effective rehabilitation for players who have sustained injury.
To work as a member of the club wide physical therapies department to develop and establish practices aligned to the objective of becoming the most effective football medicine and science department in world football.
To liaise with other club physiotherapists, club doctors, club paramedical consultants, masseurs, and external healthcare professionals for the adequate provision of suitable care for the Manchester United senior professional playing staff.
To ensure that full physical screening and physiotherapy records are kept in accordance with the Manchester United physiotherapy service standards.
To maintain compliance with relevant professional practice standards and club service standards.
To contribute to the injury prevention programme for senior professional players in conjunction with the club doctor, head of human performance, head of rehabilitation and physiotherapy and first team physiotherapy colleagues.
To contribute to the daily provision of daily preparation of first team players for training.
To assist with match-day preparation for first team fixtures as required including emergency injury care.
Report to the head of rehabilitation and physiotherapy for daily workload organisation and professional development and review purposes.
Liaise with the head of rehabilitation and physiotherapy for personal and departmental research support/supervision and professional mentoring as needed.
The Person

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy.
Health & Care Professions Council registration.
Master’s degree in a subject relevant to the role (Desirable)
Extensive experience of advanced resuscitation and emergency aid procedures in elite sport- Current ATMMIF or equivalent qualification. (Desirable)
Extensive experience of physiotherapy provision within elite performance. (Essential)
Extensive knowledge of relevant scientific evidence and research and a desire to assist and develop research within the role.
Excellent clinical reasoning skills.
Excellent treatment skills.
Highly experienced in the planning and delivery of end stage rehabilitation in performance sport.
A commitment to maintaining continuous development personally and as a contributing member of the club wide physical therapy team.
To exhibit sound personal qualities including effective communication and diplomacy skills, self-motivation, enthusiasm, and ability to work under pressure.
 

 

MUFC Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer and recognises the importance of safeguarding children and adults at risk in our workplace.

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.

MUFC positively welcomes and seeks to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce and that all job applicants and employees receive equal and fair treatment. We encourage applications from all candidates regardless of age, race, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or nationality.

If you require any reasonable adjustments to support your application and perform at your best, please do not hesitate to contact to make a request; we are here to help.

TO APPLY CLICK HERE

11LEADER-KINESPORT

11 LEADER recherche dans le cadre de son développement de son pôle ÉLITE , un kinésithérapeute diplômé d'état en Contrat à Durée Indéterminée.

MISSIONS :
  • Rattaché à l’équipe Médico-sportive, vous devrez assurer les soins et l'accompagnement physique et technique de sportifs d’élite dans différents pays d’EUROPE.
  • Rattaché à l’équipe d’enseignements 11 Leader au sein la société KINESPORT, vous devrez animer des cours de formation professionnelle.
4 jours de déplacement par semaine.

PROFIL :
ACTIVITE KINESITHERAPIQUE
  • Vous disposez d'une solide expérience de suivi d'un sport collectif (travail en centre de rééducation à orientation sportive, travail dans un club de haut niveau, un centre de formation ...)
  • Vous avez un diplôme en kinésithérapie du sport  . Vous avez de l’expérience en préparation physique et physiologique, et êtes en mesure d’animer une séance sur terrain, un programme et une planification
  • Vous avez de l’expérience en thérapie manuelle et êtes en mesure de faire un bilan
  • Vous aimez le travail en équipe et respecter les consignes transmises par le ou les responsables.
  • Vous avez une aisance relationnelle et un bon sens de la communication avec les patients et vos collègues
  • La maitrise de l'anglais est indispensable
  • La maitrise de l'espagnol est souhaitable

ACTIVITE DE FORMATIONS ET DE PUBLICATIONS
  • Vous avez l’esprit de recherche et de partage
  • Vous savez écrire des synthèses d’articles et des articles ( français anglais souhaitable), et réaliser des veilles scientifiques
  • Vous savez animer un groupe en formation afin de transmettre la méthodologie 11 Leader.

Les personnes intéressées sont invitées à se faire connaître par mail (lettre de motivation, CV et projet professionnel) auprès d’Arnaud BRUCHARD, à manager@11leader.com

RANGERS FC : First Team Physiotherapist

HOW TO APPLY
If you can add value to our team please email your CV and cover letter to recruitment@rangers.co.uk
THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MONDAY 29TH MARCH 2021.
JOB TITLE: Physiotherapist
REPORTING TO: First Team Doctor
LOCATION: Rangers Training Centre
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Permanent, Full Time

THE ROLE
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Rangers Football Club’s Medical and Sports Science Department. We are currently seeking a Physiotherapist to work primarily with the First Team Squad.
The Physiotherapist role will encompass a number of areas. The successful applicant will be involved in comprehensive assessment, treatment, rehabilitation of the players, as well as involvement in the Club’s prevention of injury strategies. We are looking for a person who will bring fresh ideas, enthusiasm, and energy to the role and who will demonstrate and promote the Club’s core values. The position is full-time, based at The Training Centre, working as part of a multi-disciplinary team focused on developing the department and driving success. Match cover, at times, will also be required which will be at Ibrox for home fixtures and some overnight travel for away fixtures.
The successful applicant will be joining a well-respected and forward-thinking Medical and Sports Science Department who promote the health and wellbeing of the playing staff. Our ethos is optimising resilience of healthy/injured athletes and minimising recovery time during rehabilitation, in order to maximise availability.

Your responsibilities will include the following:
  • Ensure squad players under your care receive appropriate assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries.
  • To be involved in the transition of injured players from gym-based to pitch-based activity, reflecting both the mechanical and physiological demands of the game.
  • Liaise daily with the First Team Doctor and Head of Performance at the training ground to provide/establish injury and treatment strategies for players under your duty of care.
  • Support and improve the delivery of profiling and injury mitigation strategies across the First Team squad.
  • Contribute to the department’s commitment to research and development.
  • Assist first aid and pitchside cover for training and games as required.
  • Monitor and reflect upon the practices and treatment you provide to ensure continual professional development.
  • Ensure all medical records are maintained and updated accordingly in line with the relevant bodies’ rules and regulations.
  • Assist fellow Physiotherapy and Sports Science staff to ensure the Medical and Sports Science Department is efficient and effective across all phases.
  • Adhere to Club policies with particular emphasis to safeguarding children and equality.
  • Promote drug-free sport and have a working knowledge of The WADA Code.
  • Offer assistance and support in gym based work with players in collaboration with sports science staff.
  • THE CANDIDATE
  • The candidate attributes include:
  • HCPC registered Physiotherapist
  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
  • Minimum of four years’ experience working in a similar role within elite sport
  • Current up to date Advanced Trauma Care Course e.g. ATMIFF, Sport Promote.
  • Eligibility to work in the UK
  • Desirable:
  • Relevant Masters Level Qualification in Sport and Exercise Medicine or advanced MSK.
  • Personal attributes:
  • Critical and reflective thinker.
  • Clear values and team player.
  • Prepared to communicate effectively and honestly.
  • Ability to lead and drive self and others.
  • Adaptable behavioural style.
  • Comfortable working under pressure with sound and rational decision making processes.
  • Ability to build positive relationships with key stakeholders (both internally and externally).
  • Invested in continuous personal development.

EQUALITY & INCLUSION:
Rangers Football Club is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy and maternity.
Rangers Football Club also welcomes applications from suitably qualified members of the armed forces family.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
The candidate must keep up to date with new methods and undertake any necessary internal or external training sessions in accordance with Company Policies and Procedures. Successful candidates will undertake a PVG check.

RANGERS FC : Rehabilitation Performance Coach

HOW TO APPLY
If you can add value to our team please email your CV and cover letter to recruitment@rangers.co.uk
THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MONDAY 29TH MARCH 2021.
JOB TITLE: Rehabilitation Performance Coach
REPORTING TO: Head of Performance
LOCATION: Rangers Training Centre
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Permanent, Full Time

THE ROLE
A unique opportunity has arisen to join Rangers Football Club as a Rehabilitation Performance Coach.
The Rehabilitation Performance Coach will be responsible for leading and delivering all rehabilitation training for injured players. It is expected the successful candidate will be capable of working within a multidisciplinary team of doctors, physiotherapists, S&C, performance, and technical coaches to deliver an industry-leading rehabilitation performance plan. The candidate will be expected to have strong skills in technological systems essential for planning and evaluating training outcomes and adaptations. A large input into the processes of player sustainability will be a key feature to this role to ensure players’ return to performance is sustained in the weeks following RTP. This role will also include other performance support work with the first team playing squad where required.

Your responsibilities will include the following:
  • Lead and deliver individualised industry leading pitch rehabilitations.
  • Work collaboratively with the treating physiotherapist / S&C to ensure the progression of bed to gym, gym to pitch and pitch to RTT is seamless and progressive.
  • Demonstrate strong physiological and biomechanical knowledge to ensure program progressions of S&C are performed to the highest level.
  • Have strong experience of technological systems and how such systems link to the physiology of football.
  • Proven experience of communicating and disseminating knowledge and information of rehabilitation progressions within a high-performance environment.
  • Ensure data collection is maintained to the highest standard and utilised in a rational and objective manner.
  • Support the sustainability process of players RTP.
  • Assist with performance support work for the 1st team squad where required.
  • THE CANDIDATE
  • Personal Attributes:
  • Critical and reflective thinker.
  • Clear values and team player.
  • Prepared to communicate effectively and honestly.
  • Ability to lead and drive self and others.
  • Adaptable behavioural style.
  • Comfortable working under pressure with sound and rationale decision making processes.
  • Ability to build positive relationships with key stakeholders (internally and externally).
  • Invested in continuous personal development.
  • Job knowledge:
  • Essential
  • MSc in Sport Science, Rehabilitation, or Strength and Conditioning.
  • BASES Accredited
  • UKSCA, CSCS or ASCA Accredited
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in elite sport delivering high performance rehabilitation training.
  • Evidence of planning and delivering rehabilitation programming in an elite sport environment.
  • Computer literate.
  • Desirable
  • PhD / Dprof in Sport Science, Rehabilitation or Strength and Conditioning.
  • BASES High Performance Accreditation.
  • UEFA B/A Licence

You must be eligible to work in the UK. This role is full time, with shifts being set as per the needs of the business. The role holder will be expected to have a flexible approach to working hours, and evening and weekend work will be a requirement.

EQUALITY & INCLUSION:
Rangers Football Club is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy and maternity.
Rangers Football Club also welcomes applications from suitably qualified members of the armed forces family.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
The candidate must keep up to date with new methods and undertake any necessary internal or external training sessions in accordance with Company Policies and Procedures. Successful candidates will undertake a PVG check.

RANGERS FC : Women's First Team Physiotherapist

HOW TO APPLY
If you can add value to our team please email your CV and cover letter to recruitment@rangers.co.uk
THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS FRIDAY 26th MARCH 2021.

Women's First Team Physiotherapist

JOB TITLE: Women’s First Team Physiotherapist
REPORTING TO: Lead Academy Physiotherapist
LOCATION: Rangers Training Centre
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Permanent, Full Time

THE ROLE
A unique opportunity has arisen to join the Women’s and Girls’ department of Rangers Football Club as a Women’s First Team Physiotherapist.
The purpose of this role is to assist in the management of the sports medicine strategy and provide an elite level of medical provision for the Women’s team and Girls’ academy. The role requires the delivery of treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of injuries for all players across the Women’s First team while overseeing and supporting the Girls’ academy.
Your responsibilities will include the following:
  • To deliver the sports medicine support strategy for all age groups in the Women’s and Girls’ programme (focusing on the Women’s team) providing high quality medical provision to the players at Rangers Football Club.
  • Provide regular updates to the Women’s First Team Doctor and Lead Academy Physiotherapist
  • As part of a multi-disciplinary team, regularly contribute to the departmental strategy to ensure best practice and continuous improvement.
  • Assist in ensuring the department attains criteria in line with the club’s performance strategy and football governing bodies.
  • Liaise daily with other Girls’ academy Physiotherapists, Sport Scientists and Coaches to ensure effective communication between departments.
  • Attend weekly performance meetings with Women’s and Girls’ staff.
  • Attend weekly Sports Medicine meeting with Women’s and Girls’ and Academy medical staff
  • Ensure that the management of injuries meets elite standards and the club’s commitment to players through best practice in recognition/diagnosis, documentation, evaluation and treatment of injures.
  • Ensure appropriate injury mitigation and player care strategies are adopted, including but not limited to: screening, testing, player and squad interventions, player and coach education, and growth-maturation based interventions.
  • Based on screening, injury history, and performance testing, develop and implement both individual and squad-based multidisciplinary interventions with a view to maximising player performance and reducing risk of injuries.
  • Database management regarding player records, injury history, statistics and progress including regular injury auditing. This should utilise the club’s on-line platform and Club Sports Medicine established guidelines.
  • Working with the Performance team to implement the appropriate rehabilitation and re-conditioning of injured players to allow safe and effective return to play as soon as possible.
  • Demonstrate commitment to continuous improvement of the departmental strategy relating to individual player and squad needs including in-service training.
  • Ensure a steady communication channel to coaches, players, sports scientist and parents on player development.
  • Support players in achieving a ‘Performance lifestyle’ through player education strategies.
  • Support coaches in maximising player development through coach education strategies.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the physical development requirements of young footballers including an understanding of growth and maturation in relation to females, performance, and injury.
  • Undertake personal CPD to meet the demands of the role.
  • Ensure medical equipment is at the required level and standard, up to date and in line with the club’s and governing bodies’ requirements.
  • Ensure the safe use of gym equipment for any player under your supervision.
  • To provide medical cover at home and away fixtures, where required.
  • To attend tournaments abroad as and when required.
  • To support the Women’s and Girls’ culture, core principals, aims and values.
  • Possess a flexible approach to working hours, evening and weekends and be willing to adapt.
  • To support a performance culture and maximise player potential and ensure that a common and united message is delivered to all players at all times.

THE CANDIDATE
Job Knowledge
  • Previous Physiotherapy experience
  • Graduate calibre or equivalent proven experience working within a similar role
  • Sound knowledge of Physiotherapy techniques
  • Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
  • Member of The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Experience of working in full time football or other sport is essential
  • Understanding of the physical development requirements of young athletes
  • Understanding of growth and maturation in relation to females, performance and injury
  • IT skills to a high level of competence: Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Eligible to work in the UK
  • Personal Attributes
  • Engaging personality and able influencer with the ability to adapt to fresh challenges
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • An ability to manage time effectively to achieve the expectations of the role
  • Good team player
  • A flexible approach to working hours is must due to the nature of the job and the scheduling of fixtures

EQUALITY & INCLUSION:
Rangers Football Club is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy and maternity.
Rangers Football club also welcomes applications from suitably qualified members of the armed forces family.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
The candidate must keep up to date with new methods and undertake any necessary internal or external training sessions in accordance with Company Policies and Procedures. Successful candidates will undertake a PVG check.

ISOKINETIC LONDRES : 𝐉𝐮𝐧𝐢𝐨𝐫 𝐏𝐡𝐲𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐚𝐩𝐢𝐬𝐭 𝐩𝐨𝐬𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 (𝐌𝐒𝐊)

Isokinetic, FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Physiotherapist for a new rewarding opportunity. 
You will be working in our Harley Street clinic (London), in a team of Sports Medicine professionals focused on offering the best possible functional recovery to our patients.

You will need to hold the following requirements:

🔹 A current HCPC registration
🔹 BSc or MSc in Physiotherapy
🔹 Specific interests in Sport injuries and Rehabilitation
🔹 Ability to work in a team
This is a full-time (40 hrs per week) contract, with an initial period of three months’ training. 
To apply please send you CV to Marco Zanobbi m.zanobbi@isokinetic.com

Cabinet Kiné du Sport Paris

Cabinet (Paris 8ème) spécialisé en Kinésithérapie du Sport recherche un kinésithérapeute pour compléter son équipe :
⁃ Une équipe de 10 kinés avec qui échanger
⁃ 90% de sportif
⁃ 75% pratiquant au moins 3x/semaine
⁃ Une motivation commune, centrée sur la reprise du sport

Et avec cela :
⁃ Tout le matériel nécessaire
⁃ Sans être limité par l’espace
⁃ Une évolution au sein du centre en fonction des envies et des motivations
⁃ Un agenda de 35 h
⁃ Du temps pour toi
⁃ Une rémunération élevée
- Des échanges et du partage quotidien avec une équipe

Infos et contacts:  06 79 31 97 90 ou par mail : contact@koss-sport.com

ASM CLERMONT RUGBY

L’ASM CLERMONT RUGBY propose un poste de MK au sein de sa structure professionnelle.

Veuillez adresser votre CV a l’adresse suivante : raphael.aubin@asm-rugby.com

SUNDERLAND AFC

SENIOR PHYSIOTHERAPIST
Club: Sunderland AFC
Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 10th March 2021
Senior Physiotherapist
Full-time
40 hours per week, Monday - Sunday

How to Apply
If you feel you have the relevant skills and wish to be considered for this position please e-mail your current CV and covering letter stating current salary to recruitment@safc.com detailing any relevant experience and qualifications. Alternatively, your application may be posted to Recruitment, HR Department, Sunderland AFC, Stadium of Light, Sunderland, SR5 1SU. The closing date for all applications is 10 March 2021.
Sunderland AFC is looking to recruit a Senior Physiotherapist to deliver high quality sports medicine care in both the acute and rehabilitation settings, providing assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of senior players.
Reporting to the Head Physiotherapist you will work in a multi-disciplinary team, to assess and manage injuries and illnesses to all the club’s senior players, including making relevant referrals to internal and external professionals. Familiarity with Musculo-skeletal screening and movement analysis, and experience of working as a physiotherapist within the professional development phase and/or senior professional football is essential.
Candidates must be aware of the PGAAC Audit process and the Performance Management Application, be highly organised, with experience of working under pressure, and be able to communicate with a range of staff
Responsibilities for the role include:
-Management of injuries for senior squad.
-Manual soft tissue therapy for players in the senior squad.
-Daily work with Academy players when required.
-Provide match day cover to 1st Team games and additional matches as required.
-Daily completion of all players’ medical records using club nominated electronic system.
-Maintain a comprehensive database of work conducted with athletes to include current medical status, medical notes, rehabilitation and prehabilitation programmes, medical/orthopaedic/movement screen results, individual physical targets and session content and attendance.
-Collate, analyse and feedback relevant medical information to the appropriate Club staff for all Academy players. This is to include updates on injured players, rehabilitation programmes, return to train/play dates and injury audits within medical confidentiality guidelines.
-Accompanying players to medical appointments as and when required
-To work in a multidisciplinary team as a team player alongside other disciplines (medical, massage therapy, sports science, strength and conditioning, podiatry, nutritionists, and sports psychology).
-Liaison with the player recruitment staff concerning appropriate medical information and consents for all -Academy trialists.
-Attend and actively participate in medical meetings
Candidates must be a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Previous experience working within a football medical programme and/or in another sporting domain in a senior medical role and holding (or working towards) a MSc in Physiotherapy is desirable. You will be expected to undertake any specific training or Continued Professional Development to maintain your qualifications and/or as organised by the Club.
This position is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring (DBS) check and the successful candidate must be in possession of up-to-date FA Safeguarding certificate, ATMMiF certificate and full UK driving licence.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
Sunderland AFC is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a policy of treating all employees and job applicants equally. Our aim is that all colleagues should be able to work in an environment free from discrimination, harassment and bullying.
SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN & ADULTS AT RISK
Sunderland AFC is fully committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children, young people, adults at risk and all vulnerable groups within the organisation. Sunderland AFC owes a duty of care to safeguard all children, young people, adults at risk and all vulnerable groups involved in activities as organised by the football club. Sunderland AFC makes provisions for children, young people, adults at risk and all vulnerable groups through adherence to the Safeguarding Policies and Procedures adopted by the Club.

Centre Médico Sportif à Strasbourg 

L'équipe des kinés du Centre Médico Sportif Meinau à Strasbourg recrute un(e) kiné pour un poste d’assistant(e) collaborateur(trice) à temps plein. Cela concerne une reprise de poste, zonage un pour un, deux demi journées de libre par semaine.

Cabinet pluridisciplinaire en relation direct avec les médecins du sport, les ostéopathes et le podologue.
Patientèle très sympa, orientée sport, jeune et dynamique. Le cabinet est très bien équipé : grand plateau technique, huit salles de soins, matériels/appareils de renforcement musculaire, isocinétisme, técarthérapie, et ondes de chocs.

La partie administrative est assurée par les secrétaires présentes à temps plein. La prise de rendez-vous en ligne est également possible.

Expérience dans la kiné du sport et formations recommandées.
Début prévu pour le 1er juin 2021.

Si vous êtes intéressés, motivés par le travail d'équipe, et le tout dans beau cadre de travail :
- Vous pouvez envoyer vos CV et lettres de motivation par mail à : kine@cmsm67.com

LEICESTER CITY FC : First Team Management Physiotherapist

Club: Leicester City FC
Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 12th March 2021
Leicester City .FC
How to Apply
If you feel you have the qualities and experience we are looking for please apply by sending your CV, along with a covering letter, by email to recruitment@lcfc.co.uk
Closing Date – 12 March 2021
First Team Management Physiotherapist
About The Role
Leicester City Football Club is currently searching for a First Team Management Physiotherapist to work alongside the senior doctor and physiotherapists within the medical department. The First Team Management Physiotherapist will work closely with the Head of Performance plus the strength and conditioning and fitness staff to ensure optimum care and management of the football players concerning their physical development and injury treatment whilst striving for future injury prevention.
Who We’re Looking For the ideal candidate will have demonstratable capability in the following:
  • All core skills of physiotherapy and rehabilitation as well as physical development.
  • Excellent communication skills - involving all staff and levels at the Club.
  • High level interpersonal, influencing & decision-making skills - required when dealing with decision making with colleagues within the medical department.
  • Key skills including open mindedness, flexibility of thought, a sense of innovation, diversity of skills and a willingness to change, listen and adapt are essential for the physiotherapist to succeed in a highly motivated and dynamic team-based sport.
  • Whilst there will be opportunities for leadership, flexibility is needed to be led from within as well as from outside the medical department.
The job will involve duties to cover training sessions and match day cover as required. However, match day work will not be the primary focus of this job.
The ideal candidate will have the following experience and qualifications :
Essential:
  • Qualified and State Registered Physiotherapist
  • Registration with The Health Care Professions Council
  • Up to date qualification with a course covering basic life support and rescue from the field of play (for example ATMMiF held by The FA, EFARU held by The RFU).
  • Excellent knowledge and capability in physiotherapy, able to supervise and mentor others and liaise with senior staff.
  • A thorough understanding and experience of the challenges of physiotherapy in an elite sport environment.
  • A strong musculoskeletal background with specific interest in structural and functional pathology of the spine and pelvis.
  • An in depth understanding of human kinetics and clinical biomechanics.
Desirable :
  • Experience of working in Premier League Football at a senior level.
  • Experience of working in more than one sport.
  • Strong sense of education and personal development through diverse working practice.
  • A qualification in spinal manipulation therapy.
  • Postgraduate education / or equivalent experience / experience in Aquatic Therapy
  • A willingness to analyse current working practices and liaise with academic institutions to assist in critical review of such work.

About The Club
Knowing some of the history of Leicester City Football Club helps you appreciate the sense of community, spirit and family for which the Foxes are renowned for.
Formed in 1884, the Club has been in the Premier League since 2014 when the Foxes returned to the Premier League as the Championship title winners. In 2016, Leicester City became Premier League champions. This remarkable achievement qualified them for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in the Club’s history and reached the quarter finals.
Under the stewardship of King Power and the Club’s CEO Susan Whelan, Leicester City Football Club is deeply committed to the local community and its supporters and continually strives to ensure that every point of engagement with fans is truly world class including the experience on matchdays. Investment in the Club continues, with the opening of a new 180-acre Training Ground in north Leicester.
Ultimately, the Club’s vision is as exciting as it is simple: we believe that together, it’s possible. We value and respect individual difference and recognise that the diversity of our staff contributes to our success off the pitch. Our inclusive culture and approach is supported by our Stonewall Diversity Champions partnership, our Time to Change pledge and our status as a Disability Confident employer.
Benefits Package
  • Leicester City Football Club offers a competitive salary and pension scheme with life assurance to all its permanent employees. Employees are able to benefit from free onsite parking as well as an onsite subsidised staff restaurant. Employees also benefit from up to 33 days’ annual leave including bank holidays.
  • Leicester City Football Club is an equal opportunities employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender identify or expression, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
  • Leicester City Football Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. As such, you may be subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service and prior to taking up any role.
  • A shortlist of suitable applicants will be compiled shortly after the closing date and successful candidates will be contacted about the interview process.

DUBAÏ : Réhabilitation specialist

ELITE SPORTS PERFORMANCE DXB
Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 25th February 2021
How to Apply
To apply please email CV & cover letter to Chris Bowman chris@elitetsmdxb.com
Application Deadline: Thursday 25th February 2021
1 X STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH
1 X REHABILITATION SPECIALIST
ELITE SPORTS PERFORMANCE DXB are excited to announce we are expanding our team of Sports Performance & Rehabilitation experts at our world class performance base in Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai.
Since 2018 ELITE DXB has worked with over 150 professional footballers from across the globe; has established themselves as the ‘go to’ for performance training and rehabilitation in Dubai; and have recently launched exciting new partnerships with local football academies and a world renown tennis academy to drive their provision of strength, conditioning and rehabilitation; plus have expanded their Running and Golf Performance programmes.
 We are looking for strong, driven, innovative candidates with experience of working in professional sports environments to join our team and help expand our growing business and drive the standards of sports performance & rehabilitation here in the Middle East.
Job Specifications:
  • Essential
BSc Hons Degree in Sports Science/Physiotherapy or related discipline
3-5 years minimum experience of working with elite athletes
Experience of working with a Long Term Athletic Development philosophy to reduce injury risk and enhance physical performance in youth athletes
Experience in rehabilitation, particularly in postoperative ACL reconstruction rehab.
  • Desired
NSCA/UKSCA/REPS Level 3 or equivalent
TPI Level 1 accredited
Soft tissue massage qualification
Package:
Remuneration dependent on experience & skill level
1 x Return flight to country of origin p/a
Medical Insurance
Competitive annual bonus scheme

Cabinet Kiné du Sport Chamonix Mont-Blanc

Nouveau cabinet de kinésithérapie du sport en plein centre de Chamonix Mont-Blanc cherche assistant(e) pour création de poste, 4j/semaine, à partir de Avril 2021.
Équipement neuf.

Profil recherché :
- Diplômé(e) kinesport expert ou équivalent
- Thérapie manuelle.
- A l'aise en anglais (importante communauté étrangère dans la vallée)
- Gérer des séances de réathlétisation collective.
- Motivation +++
- Ok pour participer à des manifestations sportives (stand récup etc) le week- end
- Amoureux de la montagne ;)
- Savoir rentrer un backflip en ski/snowboard

Contact: Geoffrey - 0634032753 - gmignot10@gmail.com

Cabinet Kiné du Sport Montpellier

Cabinet de 3 kinés orienté kiné du sport situé à Lavérune (Montpellier Ouest) recherche assistant pour reprendre un poste existant, à compter de mai.
Bien équipé (cage à squat, assault bike, técar, ondes de choc, petit matériel sport,…) travail en 30’, réathlé en extérieur.
Poste existant depuis plus de 3 ans avec le même kiné. Travail en collaboration avec les chirurgiens ortho et medecins du sport.

Profil idéal recherché :
-Diplômé(e) kinesport expert ou équivalent, (ou en cours de formation) à l’aise en thérapie manuelle.
-Sachant mener des séances de réathlétisation en groupe.
-Curieux(se) et motivé(e) par la dynamique de la kiné du sport.

Contact : Hugo - 0670404110 - hugo-kine@orange.fr (1er contact par mail)

CHELSEA Football Club

PHYSIOTHERAPIST
Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 8th January 2021
Please apply through our careers portal - Cliquer ICI
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
REPORTING TO: CFCW Doctor
JOB FUNCTION:
Provide medical support to the Women’s Team, especially with respect to the prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation of injuries.

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

CONTRACT:
Full time hours over 6 days. As and when required according to team schedule.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES (Play Your Part):
• 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.
MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE (Here to Win):
• 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
PERSONAL SPECIFICATION:
Qualifications:
Essential
• 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)
Experience:
Essential
• 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.
Desirable
• 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.

ACADÉMIE MOURATOGLOU

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 : louisvf@hotmail.fr
Louis Fresneau

PHYSIOTHERAPIST – WOMEN’S FOOTBALL - Manchester United FC

Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 27th November 2020
Purpose:       
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
Behaviour
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.

PHYSIO-PREMIUM - SUISSE

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
www.physiopremium.ch
Type d'emploi : Temps plein, Temps partiel

CABINET PARIS - KOSS

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 www.koss-sport.com
Pour toutes candidatures ou plus d'informations transmettez votre CV à contact@koss-sport.com ou par téléphone avec Thibault au 06 79 31 97 90.
Site internet : https://koss-sport.com/recrutement/
À bientôt avec l'équipe KOSS

CABINET KINE DU SPORT TOULOUSE (31)

Cabinet de kinésithérapie du sport (5 kinésithérapeutes, 1 ostéopathe, 1 diététicien) en centre ville de Toulouse recherche un(e) assistant(e) à partir du mois d'avril 2021.

Le poste : temps plein, 1 demi-journée off si vous le souhaitez. Patientèle variée mais majoritairement orientée kiné du sport.

Travail manuel, 30 min par patient. plateau technique de 80m2 équipé Technogym PureStengh, Kinesis, TRX ... petit bassin de rééducation, ondes de choc, cryothérapie etc.

Formations Kinesport, chaines musculaires de Busquet, Mc Kenzie etc bienvenues.

Contacts :
arnaud.tixier@gmail.com / 0650646096
simon.prieur@yahoo.fr / 0689535188
pestoup@gmail.com / 0664866800

www.estoup-prieur-tixier-masseurs-kinesitherapeutes.fr

CABINET CHATILLON (92320)

Cabinet au sein d une MSP, orienté musculo-squelettique, recherche un(e) kinésithérapeute pour compléter l'équipe de 4.. Cabinet tout neuf, ouvert février 2020. Échanges réguliers avec médecins généralistes et infirmières qui complètent l équipe, réflexion sur protocole de santé et topos réguliers inter professionnels.
3 salles de soins, un plateau technique bien équipé orienté sport et nouvelle technologie ( legpress, barre d haltérophilie olympique, sac de frappe, TRX, motion guidance, blazepod, stabiliser, rameur à eau...). Agenda partagé entre cabinet et dom/EHPAD à proximité.
Jeunes diplômés bienvenus.

Kiné du sport, thérapie manuelle, fasciathérapie, ergonomie sont les différentes formations de l'équipe.
logiciel Vega fourni.

Rétro 25%, 30 min par patient et DE pratiqué.
Situé en plein centre ville de Châtillon (92320) avec accès par métro ligne 13 et tramway T6.
N hésitez pas à joindre Matthieu Boras par tel au 06 79 58 51 74 ou Alexis Michel au 06 58 76 00 22.

TOTTENHAM Hotspur FC

LEAD ACADEMY PHYSIOTHERAPIST
Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 7th January 2021
How to Apply
Click here for the application page
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.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
 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
PERSON SPECIFICATION

Education/Qualifications/Training
  • 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

WATFORD Football Club

An exciting opportunity has become available within the Academy at Watford Football Club. We are looking to recruit a Senior Academy Physiotherapist working with the U18 and U23 players.

Employer: Watford Football Club
Job Title: Senior Academy Physiotherapist
Salary/Hourly rate of pay: Dependent on qualifications and experience
Location: Watford Football Club - Training Ground, London Colney
Type: Permanent Full Time
Passport/Visa: Must be eligible to work in the UK
Closing Date: 12noon, February 26, 2021

Download the full job advert HERE.

Application process:
1. Please download and complete the club application form located HERE.
2. Please send completed application form, cover letter detailing why you would be suitable for the role, a copy of all relevant qualifications, right to work in the UK documents and your CV via email to hradmin@watfordfc.com or by post to HR Admin, Watford Football Club, Vicarage Road Stadium, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD18 0ER.