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Matchday Catering Assistants 

We are looking for new people to join our friendly team to work on matchdays. There are several casual vacancies. You must be flexible to meet the seasonal business requirements. Excellent customer service skills are essential as you will be providing more than just a sales service. 

Kiosk Assistants

Serving hot snacks, must have good numeracy and customer service skills.

Hospitality Assistants

Attending tables and ensuring cleanliness standards, polite and diligent, resolving any issues that may occur.

To apply for any of the above roles: please email: recruitment@bristolrovers.co.uk with your CV

Bristol Rovers values the diversity of its workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community (Equality Act 2010). 

BRFC are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

Academy Vacancies

The Academy are currently looking to recruit for the following roles:

  • Age Group Coach – Youth Development Phase (Part Time/Casual)
  • Sports Therapists (Part Time/Casual)
  • Talent ID Scouts (Multiple Roles)

 

Age Group Coach – Youth Development Phase (Part Time / Casual)

Bristol Rovers FC are looking to recruit a part time Academy coach to work within the Youth Development Phase of our Category 3 Licenced Academy programme. Successful applicants will report directly to the Lead Phase Coach and the Head of Coaching, and will be responsible for the delivery of the Academy coaching programme in line with the Academy philosophy.

We are looking for individuals who have excellent communication, interpersonal and motivational skills, as well as being a role-model to young players. They will be able to show that they are capable of creating and delivering innovative and engaging coaching sessions to challenge and develop the player in line with the Academy coaching syllabus, as well as demonstrating that they understand the needs of the modern young player in terms of their physical and psychological development.

The roles involve working in the evenings (Monday, Wednesday & Thursday) and during Weekends. There will also be an expectation for administrative tasks to be completed as part of the role.

Applicants will only be considered if they hold a minimum of UEFA 'B' coaching qualification (essential), as well as having demonstrable experience of working with players within the u13-u16s age range at a similar level. Possession of the FA Youth Award is also desirable.  Applicants will also need to be locally based (living within 45 minutes of the Bristol area).

Successful applicants will undergo a screening process that will include an Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure and FA Licenced Coaches Club status checks.

To apply:

Please send a coaching CV with a concise covering letter outlining your relevant experience, along with the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to Head of Coaching Adrian Harvie: adrianharvie@bristolrovers.co.uk

Closing Date: The post will be advertised until filled

Salary: Sessional (£30 per session; double rate for away games) plus contribution to CPD

Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday Evenings plus Sunday match days

To download the Equal Opportunities form, please click HERE. 

Academy Sports Therapists (Part Time / Casual)

Bristol Rovers FC Academy are looking to recruit additional Sports Therapists to support the Academy Sport Science and Medicine Department to support the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation services to all Bristol Rovers FC Academy players within the schoolboy program and to assist with the injury prevention program part of the Sport Science and Medicine departments. The role will involve working midweek evenings and some weekend work.

Key Tasks include:
- To support in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of all players within the pre-academy, Foundation Phase and Youth Development Phase.
- To assist in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of Professional Development Phase players as required by the department.
- To support schoolboy match day cover as required.
- To assist the Athletic Development coach in the conducting of physical movement screening and anthropometric tests as required
- Ensure all medical notes are up to date within 24 hours of treatment.

The Academy Sports Therapist should:

- Possess the FA Level 4 Intermediate Trauma Medical Management in Football (ITMMiF)
- Have a minimum of a degree in the field of Physiotherapy, Sports Therapy, Sports Rehabilitation or a related field (or working towards)
- Previous working experience and knowledge in injury prevention and rehabilitation
- Have excellent communication skills, both orally and written
- Be personable and enthusiastic with a strong work ethic
- Be willing to engage in and undertake Continued Professional Development (CPD)
- Applicants will only be considered from within Bristol and surrounding areas (circa 30 minutes)

To Apply:
Please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter outlining suitability for the role to Lead Sports Therapist Leighanne Kelly: leighannekelly@bristolrovers.co.uk

Any successful applicant will be subjected to a full screening process and DBS check prior to commencement in the role.

Closing Date: The post will be advertised until filled
Salary: Sessional (£30 per session)
Hours: Evenings – as agreed; with potential for occasional weekend work – as agreed.

 

Talent ID Vacancies

Bristol Rovers FC are looking to expand the Recruitment Department of our Category 3 Licenced Academy programme and are accepting applications for new scouts. Successful applicants will report directly to the Head of Academy Recruitment and will support the identification and recruitment of talented local players who have the potential to progress into the Academy program.

We are looking for individuals who have a strong knowledge of local junior football and ideally with a pre-existing network of contacts. The individual must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be able to act as a front-line ambassador for the Club and the Academy within the local community.

The roles involve flexible working. There will also be an expectation for administrative tasks to be completed as part of the role.

Applicants must be locally based and be in possession of the FA Talent ID Level 1 and FA Safeguarding Certificate.

Successful applicants will undergo a screening process that will include an Enhanced DBS Check.

To apply:

Please send covering letter outlining your relevant experience and expression of interest to Alex Hinder (Head of Academy Recruitment): alexhinder@bristolrovers.co.uk

Salary: Performance Related Pay Structure