Apr 05, 2020
Schoolboy Physiotherapist - Mansfield Town Football Club - Salary £50 per session - Closing date 30 April 2020
Report to: - Head of Academy Sports Science and Medicine Mansfield Town Football Club are seeking to employ a Schoolboy Academy Physiotherapist as part of their Category 3 status for the forthcoming 2020/21 season. Three evening injury clinics and training sessions a week (typically Monday, Wednesday and Friday) will be required to be covered as well as the Sunday morning home games programme. The successful candidate will oversee the care of the U9-16s schoolboy medical programme. Essential: - BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy CSP Registration HCPC Registration Full UK Driving Licence FA ITMiFF Qualification Computer literacy skills Flexibility to change in training evenings/clinic times Willingness to attend Child Protection Workshop and undertake an enhanced DBS check Excellent communication skills Desirable: - Working towards post graduate qualification (Physiotherapy, Sports Medicine etc) Knowledge of Elite Player Performance Plan Knowledge of Strength and Conditioning Experience of working with young athletes/footballers Roles and Responsibilities: - Oversee the evening schoolboy clinics, training and Sunday morning games programme. Provide pitch side cover for home games Ensure appropriate first aid/primary care provisions are provided and maintained at the training ground for the schoolboy programme. Look after the team of first aiders who will provide pitch side assistance for games home and away. Keep up to date with latest evidence-based research to provide safe and effective treatments to the Academy players. Record all injuries and maintain accurate and up to date notes on an online performance management system. Undertake musculoskeletal screenings to identify physical aspects to be improved and implement an individualise prehabilitation programme for the schoolboys. Undertake an injury audit alongside the Head of Academy Sports Science and Medicine to identify trends therefore identifying ways of reducing the risk of injury. To produce a weekly injury report to be made available to Academy Manager and Head of Academy Sports Science and Medicine. Liaise with coaching staff regarding players every 6 and 12 weeks to ensure players have a performance clock for this period. Support the long-term development of Mansfield Town’s academy by ensuring the club meets the requirements of the EPPP audit process alongside the Head of Academy Sports Science and Medicine. Maintain a regular up to date CPD portfolio with an opportunity to engage with the club’s CPD programme. Communicate as appropriate to parents of the schoolboys, medical team and coaching staff where appropriate including return to training times. Maintain confidentiality at all times. Maintain professional conduct at all times including on social media. Be willing to work across different sites if required by the football club. Be self-motivated, organised and flexible to the demands of the role.
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