Monday, 9 January 2017

Jobs at Liverpool FC

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Liverpool Fc are looking for Senior Partnerships Manager - Asia

Liverpool Fc are looking for an experienced Senior Partnerships Manager to join our team in the NW to lead a team managing a selection of key partners, with a specific focus on, or a base in, the Asia region.
The Senior Partnerships Manager will be responsible for managing the team to ensure delivery of brand value for their partners through successful activations and marketing campaigns using their rights and assets and their association with the Club.
The role will take a lead rolein managing the Club's Principal Partners - Standard Chartered Bank and Bet Victor. It is also responsible for overseeing the delivery of the Club's programme of International Roadshow Events.
Able to think strategically,you will also take a lead in key department projects, developing relationships,evolving ways of working, and representing the Department in key working groups to help to deliver constant improvement and efficiency, contributing to the long-term objectives of the Commercial function
An experienced line manager,you will be able to lead motivate and develop a team, and have experience of coaching and mentoring staff to provide best-in-class service.
The Senior Partnerships Manager will have a proven track record in managing multiple marketing, advertising or PR client relationships and activating campaigns across the full suite of marketing platforms and digital media - in other words, you will be a fully rounded senior account manager who can provide strong account management to a portfolio of partners. 
You will be able to develop creative ideas and plans to ensure partners deliver their brand KPI's and marketing objectives. The role requires an excellent communicator, able to forge strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders including senior executives and the ability to workin multi-cultural environments across multiple time-zones. The role requires regular travel to the region.







To be successful in this role you will need to have an understanding of brand dynamics and market trends and possess excellent commercial awareness that can be translated into compelling campaigns across multiple territories and platforms to maximise results for our partners and the Club. You'll have excellent attention to detail and an ability to produce and interpret reports and compelling case studies to demonstrate ROI..

Skill required 

The successful candidate must beself-motivated, enthusiastic and personable who can not only meet and exceed partner expectations, but also work under pressure to achieve tight deadlines.
You will need to demonstrate solid account management experience gained while working in brand or sports marketing, within either the sports or media industries, preferably with a rights holder or agency.
You will have experience of managing a team and an ability to engage, develop and encourage staff, and create a strong team dynamic.
You will have an excellent level of business acumen, with a strong grasp of figures and the ability to produce accurate reports. This role will also call for someone with strong interpersonal skills and confidence, who can build strong working relationships with colleagues within the Club as well as with their partner contacts.  It will therefore be imperative for you to beable to demonstrate excellent communication and customer facing skills.
You will also need to be professional and credible, with an ability to present a professional, smart and confident image to partners when representing the Club.To be successful in this role you will need to be a highly organised individual with a structured approach to working and meeting deadlines. An ability to use your initiative, effectively problem solve and be able to prioritise an often conflicting workload will be essential. It will also be imperative for you to be able to deal with highly confidential information with absolute discretion andintegrity.
You should be IT literate with a good level of proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Demonstrable experience of Event Management in international markets is required.

TEAM: The Commercial Partnerships Department consists of 3 teams; Partnership Development,Partnership Management and Partner Experience. The Senior Partnerships Manager role will sit within the Partnership Management team.

T&C:  This is a permanent, full time position, which will be based at our office in Chapel Street, Liverpool. 
CLOSING:  The closing date for applications for this role is:  20thJanuary 2017










Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Current vacancies at Hull City Tigers

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Hull City Tigers is looking to recruit an Academy Physiotherapist 


An exciting opportunity has arisen at Hull City Tigers Football club, to join the academy medical and sport science team. This position is a 2-year contract and the role see you be medically responsible for the Foundation and Youth Development Phases at Hull City Tigers Academy. The role is aimed at an entry level Physiotherapist with experience within a football club, preferably an academy. The applicant should be professional, hard working and aware of how an academy system works.

Hull City Tigers Academy are currently operating at a category 2 academy within the Elite Player Performance Plan (EPPP). The medical team is made up of a U23 Physiotherapist, an U18s Physiotherapist and 10 part time Physiotherapists.

The role includes:
The accurate assessment and diagnosis of acute and chronic injuries seen within Paediatric sport. Report to the head academy Physiotherapist for advice and guidance on injuries and assessments.
Assist in the daily treatment and rehabilitation of players.
Ensure contemporaneous notes are kept and be responsible for keeping the PMA system current.
Liaise with part time medical staff, taking responsibility for the hand over of medical information
Be confident when speaking to parents regarding injuries and rehabilitation management plans.
Devise detailed and structured rehabilitation and home exercise programs for the u9-u16s age groups
Be the lead pitch side responder for the u9-u16s games programs.
Have an understanding of the EPPP system.
Help with the U23s and U18s squad when asked.
Ensure your HCPC portfolio is up to date.
Demonstrate excellent communication skills throughout the wider MDT.
To keep abreast of current best practices, maintain CPD and take an active role in the departments CPD programme.
Produce up to date monthly injury audits for the Head Academy Physiotherapist
As part of your role, you will be expected to work weeknights, weekends and travel away with the relevant teams when fixtures arise.





Essential Requirements:

BSc in Physiotherapy
Member of the CSP
Current driving license
HCPC registered

Desirable Requirements:
Experience working in sport, preferably in an academy setting
Pitch side qualification, preferably the IFAS or AREA.

Reports to: Head Academy Physiotherapist/ Head of Sport Science and Medicine
Key Contacts: Head of Medical Services, Club Doctor, Head Academy Strength & Conditioning Coach, Academy Strength & Conditioning Coach, Academy Sports Scientist and First Team Sport Therapists.
Based at the Hull City Tigers Academy site at Bishop Burton College and this role may be required to attend other football sites including the first team site and stadiums. You will be expected to undertake travel as is necessary to fulfill your job requirements and to the satisfaction of Hull City Tigers Football Club.
This is a full-time role requiring flexibility to work regular evenings and weekends, plus regular travel to away matches.

Job Purpose:
To contribute to the success and achievement of Hull City Football Club, striving for excellence and optimal service provision within the medical department.
To assist in the management, coordination and supervision of all medical provision for academy players
To assist the Head Academy Physiotherapist in the day-to-day running of the medical department.
Key Roles & Responsibilities:

Management of Injuries
1 To assist the provision of Physiotherapy services across the academy.
2 To oversee the use of part time Physiotherapists and sports therapists in their provision of medical care to all players in the academy. Regularly inform the Head Academy Physiotherapist of the status of the injured players.
3 To standardise the management of injuries by assisting in the development and structure of injury rehabilitation guidelines.
4 To ensure the management of injuries effectively meets its commitments to the players, coaches and senior management through clinical audit and accurate documentation.
Injury Prevention
5 To liaise effectively with the Academy coaching staff on a daily basis in order to keep them informed of players’ availability for Academy matches and training.
6 To work alongside the Strength & Conditioning/Sport Science team in order to deliver effective injury prevention strategies across all age groups.
7 To provide musculoskeletal screening / profiling of the U9-U16 Academy players and integrate this with the club medical records.
8 To provide injury prevention strategies to all U9- U16 Academy players, including individuals and group sessions.
9 To ensure the delivery of preventative rehabilitation effectively meets its commitments to players, coaches and academy management through clinical audit and accurate documentation.
Pre-signing Medicals/Medical Consultations
10 To assist and coordinate the pre-signing medical assessments of all Academy players as required.
11 To accompany players to medical consultations at short notice. Ensuring best practice is followed at all times and ensuring the player receives optimal care and advice at all times. Medical Provision at Matches/Training Sessions/Tours
12 To provide physiotherapy match day cover for U16 and U15-U9 Academy fixtures.
13 To organise and implement the medical provision for all training camps for the Academy teams as required.
14 To ensure all medical equipment and procedures are regularly reviewed and maintained at the training ground and at all development training venues under the Head Academy Physiotherapist. Sport Science & Recovery
15 To work alongside the academy Strength & Conditioning/Sport Science team in order to deliver first class recovery and injury prevention strategies to all players both immediately after games and on recovery days.
16 To ensure all players are educated on the importance of recovery.
17 To liaise effectively with the medical staff and coaching staff on a daily basis in order to effectively inform them regarding availability of players for training and matches.
18 To work alongside the Strength & Conditioning/Sport Science team in order to deliver first class recovery and injury prevention strategies to all players both immediately after games and on recovery days.

Management Responsibilities




19 To take an active role in all medical meetings and other planning meetings.
20 To assist in the production and maintenance of emergency action plans and department procedure documents under the guidance of the Head Academy Physiotherapist.
21 To assist in the establishment of a database of commonly occurring injuries as highlighted by recent audits in comparison to previous seasons, producing a best practice protocol for these injuries according to the latest evidence in the literature.
22 To assist in the production an injury audit on a yearly basis for the Academy and feedback to provide accountability for the department and actively seek to follow best practice.
23 To assist in the management of the department ensuring excellent communication pathways with all management and coaching staff regarding player availability and optimal training strategies for all players.
24 To ensure appointments are made for consultations and appropriate travel arrangements made for all Academy players as required. Liaise with the player’s parents to ensure all travel arrangements are organised.
25 To ensure that an up to date understanding of the central premier league insurance for U9-U16 is adopted. Continual Professional Development
26 To assist with In-service training sessions in conjunction with the Head Academy Physiotherapist.
27 To assist with the creation of a CPD department pathway to ensure the on-going development of knowledge and skills.
28 To take responsibility for their continued professional development to ensure that you attend regular courses, conferences and keep an up to date file of their CPD achievements.
29 To strive to advance working practices both within the department and in the wider sports physiotherapy setting by looking to regularly publish clinical research. Key Performance Indicators 30 To produce daily reports of injured foundation phase and youth development phase player’s, ensuring all medical notes are up to date within 24hours of treatment.
31 To ensure medical notes are completed in line with CSP Core Standards.
32 To produce regular programmes of injured players’ progression of rehabilitation.
33 To have a Continual Professional Development file up to date and present on a 6-monthly basis during your appraisal.

How to apply

Please send a covering letter and current CV to: Karen.clark@hulltigers.com

Closing date 20 January 2017





Saturday, 31 December 2016

Vacancy at Liverpool FC

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Liverpool FC is looking to recruit a TV Live Assistant Producer 


The Assistant Producer to the Matchday team will research and produce a variety of content for the broadcasts based around the match coverage on LFCTV.
This includes First team, Academy and Liverpool ladies live match broadcasts.

Key responsibilities

- Carry out interviews with various subjects (sometimes live) and carry out the role of Floor Manager at Live match outside broadcasts. There will also be scope to work on various live event broadcasting.
- Produce content which is compelling and creative, but will understand the complexities of working to tight deadlines.
- Looking at existing footage and repackage it for new audiences, but also produce new content for all levels of Match broadcast.
- They will to build and maintain professional relationships with other football clubs and liaise with their academy departments to arrange the filming of matches.
- Support Producers, Commentators, Pundits and Guest and create relevant matchday information packs for each live broadcast.
- Support the production of all Liverpool Ladies programming and be able to co-ordinate the production of short & long-format content for output on LFCTV and LFCTVGO.
- Follow guidance and instructions from the Matchday Producers.





Skills 

The person will have excellent knowledge of current and future broadcasting with the ability to edit video for TV and web.
They will have editing skills (FCP, Premiere, Avid), ideally have a working knowledge of after-effects, and have experience of creating compelling content and writing scripts.
They will also require to experience working in TV, with an ability to operate across all platforms (TV, web, digital, social media).
They will be able to   identify opportunities and react quickly to a changing environment.  

- To be successful in this role the person will have a high level of organisational skills and pay attention to detail with the ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines on a regular basis. They will also need to have a good knowledge of Liverpool FC and football in general with experience of carrying out research for long-form programming.

- For this role it is essential that they will have experience in working for a national or international broadcaster with an understanding of local, national and international audiences and the difference between them,  and that they will also  have knowledge of the Premier League broadcasting rules and regulations and experience in dealing with Football Club press officers, players and managers.

They will have IT skills / experience preferably in Microsoft Office. Google Docs and MAC OS.

Due to the complexities and nature of this role the person will need to work weekends and unsocial hours (as required).

TEAM:  LFC TV broadcasts seven days a week with a mixture of news, match action, exclusive interviews with the Manager and players, in-depth analysis, archive matches and studio discussions.   The team is based in Liverpool City Centre but we cover live match build-up and commentary from our Stadium in Anfield, live Reserve and Academy match action.

T&C:   This is a full time permanent position, working on a 5 out 7 day basis and the position is based in the Liverpool City Centre.

CLOSING:  The closing date for applications for this role is:  5th January 2017

More info at http://www.liverpoolfc.com/corporate/jobs






Thursday, 29 December 2016

Current vacancies at Everton FC

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Current vacancies at Everton Fc 


Everton is looking to recruit an IT Support Assistant

Everton are currently seeing an enthusiastic and committed individual to join our IT Team as an IT Assistant.

The role will be based at Goodison Park, working 35 hours per week.

The right candidate will assist the IT Systems & Services Manager ensuring the maintenance, support and proper functioning of the Club’s ICT systems during normal office hours with specific reference to the Ticketing, Retail, Hospitality and Windows domain and operating systems.

The successful will need to have good communication skills, orally and in writing.

Good organisational skills and be able to multi task and solve problems.

Due to the nature of the role there will be times when you will be working at a number of Everton’s different sites and therefore you will need to have the ability to work independently and as member of a team, and to interface with other departments in the business.

You will need to have knowledge and understanding of current trends and developments in information technology and be able to use active Directory Management.

Have knowledge of networking fundamentals (switching/cabling/DHCP), mobile technology (iPhone, Android and Blackberry deployment) and knowledge of Microsoft operating systems (Windows 7 / 8 / 10) with emphasis on Office365 & Apps.





Key Responsibilities


- To provide hardware and software support services for the Everton Football Club network.
- To help maintain hardware and software inventory including security patch management.
- To assist in monitoring software license compliance.
- Setting up new users' accounts and profiles and dealing with password issues
- Installation, configuring and troubleshooting of network hardware
- Comprehensive desktop support to staff, students and visitors.
- Software deployment to workstations on networks
- Audio Visual and Internet support
- To ensure user compliance with EFC network procedures and provide user training where applicable.
- To maintain and control stocks of IT consumables.
- Keep up-to-date IT records as required by the IT Manager
- Log support calls

Skills required


Good communication skills, orally and in writing
Good organisational skills
Detail orientated
Ability to multi task
Ability to solve problems
Ability to work independently and as member of a team, and to interface with other departments in the business
Good analytical skills and an eye for detail
Driving License
Knowledge of common software packages
Solid customer Service Skills





Experience 

Knowledge and understanding of current trends and developments in information technology
Active Directory Management
Networking fundamentals (switching/cabling/DHCP)
Mobile Technology (iPhone, Android and Blackberry deployment)
Knowledge Microsoft operating systems (Windows 7 / 8 / 10)
Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office with emphasis on Office365 & Apps Microsoft Exchange administration
Ideally 1 year’s support desk experience
Experience of a helpdesk ticketing system

How to Apply

Please have your CV ready and complete our online application at www.evertonfc.com/careers

We kindly ask that applicants discuss their intention to apply for internal roles with their manager in the first instance.  If you have any questions regarding this please contact a member of the HR team.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday 9th January 2017.

Everton Football Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointees undergo the Enhanced DBS Disclosure process.

Everton Football Club is an equal opportunities employer

More info at http://www.evertonfc.com/content/club/careers/vacancies





Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Queens Park Rangers FC careers

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Queens Park Rangers FC careers


Queens Park Rangers is looking to recruit an Academy Physiotherapists and Sports Therapists

Queens Park Rangers FC are looking for a number of experienced physiotherapists and sports therapists to join the team.

Queens Park Rangers Fc are currently looking to expand the pool of casually employed physiotherapists and sports therapists to support the u9-23 Academy teams and the QPR Development Centres.

The roles will include match day cover, training cover and school holiday camps, but also at times may involve day time and evening clinics, national and international tournaments.

As this is a casual role, flexibility is essential, with the ability to work weekday day time and evenings (5.00pm – 8.00pm), and weekends (8.30am – 1.00pm) on a rota basis and on an ad hoc basis, sometimes at short notice.





Skills

- Physiotherapists need to be CSP and HCPC members
- At least 3 years post qualification experience
- Excellent communication, team working and organisational skills
- Up to date FA first aid qualification, at FA BFAS or IFAS level
- Interest in paediatrics
- Be able to easily commute between Academy sites
- Have means of transport to get to away venues if transport is not provided
- FA safeguarding qualification (or in the process of completing)
- Experience in sports injury management, including youth sport
- NHS / Private practice experience
- FA first aid qualification, at AREA level

As part of the selection process you will be required to undergo an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check.





How to apply

If you are keen to undertake a new exciting challenge, please email your CV with a covering letter to jobs@qpr.co.uk with ‘Casual Physiotherapist Vacancies’ as the subject.

The closing date for applications is 6 January 2017. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Queens Park Rangers Football Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. As part of our safe recruitment practice pre-employment checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed.

Candidates must be able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK.

Queens Park Rangers Football Club is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Read more at http://www.qpr.co.uk/club/info/vacancies/index.aspx#UHjD6bpqUuOCqBZp.99





Friday, 23 December 2016

Vacancies at West Ham United

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West Ham United are looking for Graphic and Motion Graphics Designer


West Ham United FC is recruiting a talented and driven Graphic and Motion Graphics Designer to join its growing Digital Team.

The right candidate will report to the Senior Video Producer and Head of Digital Marketing

The successful candidate will be responsible for playing a leading role in developing a range of graphic / motions graphics assets across a number of key club platforms including:
- The club’s online video platforms including: YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WHUFC.com and more
- The club’s in-stadium and in-store video and LED screens: London Stadium, retail stores and more
- Static and animated graphics for social media
- Special projects including retail and ticketing campaigns, marketing materials and more

The candidates should be comfortable operating as both a static graphic designer; as well as a motion graphics designer with fluency in a variety of motion and animation environments.

Candidates should have an advanced, industry-tested show-reel / portfolio to present along with any applications for the position.





Skills required

The ideal candidate will have skills and experience in the following areas:
A degree relevant to the design / production process is key.
Demonstrable experience of working in a professional design environment, with experience in the sporting sector a preference.
Fluency across all of Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere, AfterEffects)
Additional knowledge of further animation / design software such as Cinema 4D is desirable.
Basic knowledge of video production techniques; and notably video editing would be advantageous
Understanding and commitment to the Club’s Equality Policy and ability to promote anti-discriminatory practice.

Salary:
Competitive

Hours:
You will be required to work normal business hours, and on occasions during unsociable hours, weekends, home matches may occur owing to time-sensitive projects.

Closing Date:
2nd January 2017





How to apply

To apply please email your CV and show reel/portfolio to hr@westhamunited.co.uk

Summary 

Position
Graphic and Motion Graphics Designer

Organisation
West Ham United

Salary
Competitive

Location
London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford

Contract type
Permanent (Full time)

Closing date
2 January 2017