JOB TITLE: U9-U12 Performance Analyst
DEPARTMENT: Performance Analysis
REPORTING TO: Lead U9-16 Performance Analyst
JOB FUNCTION: Providing analysis support to coaches throughout U9-U12 age groups.
CONTRACT: 40 hours a week, permanent.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES (Play Your Part):
• Deliver the U9-12 analysis programme.
• Deliver analysis related performance education to players; ensuring they understand all analysis tasks within their programme.
• Maintain team and individual, video and statistical databases to monitor individual player performance for tracking and benchmarking players throughout these age groups.
• Provide technical support for the delivery of match-day presentations, tactical workshops and individual players analysis projects; as directed by coaches or specialist support staff.
• Assist in the production of the U11 & U12 Video reports (interim and End of Season).
• Progress own professional development plan to ensure Academy analysis stays at the forefront of new technology, research and innovation.
• Contribute to the development and management of best practice video libraries for use across the Academy.
• Work flexibly to the meet the needs of the team schedules, including domestic and international travel.
MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE (Here to Win):
• Meeting deadlines as specified.
• Ensuring all footage is filmed, coded and uploaded to system successfully.
• Video reports are completed and signed off before the deadline.
• Undergraduate degree in Sport Science or another relevant subject.
• FA Level 1, Safeguarding & Emergency Aid.
• FA Level 2 or higher.
• Minimum 1 years’ experience as a Performance Analyst.
• IT literate including an ability to use Mac’s.
• Experience of using industry standard analysis software - namely Hudl Sportscode.
• Knowledge and understanding of football.
• Previous coaching experience.
The Employee must at all times carry out his/her responsibilities with due regard to Academy 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 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. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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.