- On August 13, 2018
The best jobs in human performance and sports science from around the globe.
Fulham Football Club is seeking an exceptional individual to lead the Academy Sport Science team as head of the department, focusing primarily on the planning and implementation of the physical development strategy throughout the Academy pathway from U9’s to U23’s. The successful applicant must be an accomplished communicator with the ability to work across all departments, ensuring an aligned and consistent approach to physical development across the Club.
A new leadership role has been created within the NSWIS to drive physiology and nutrition to new levels of ‘world class’ technical expertise through innovation, best practice and cutting-edge service delivery. The ideal individual is one who is capable of enabling and impacting athlete and sport performance, building on the high capability of our team to position NSWIS as national system leader.
The NSW Waratahs are seeking to appoint a new Team Physiotherapist to provide an elite level Physiotherapy services to the Super Rugby squad. The main responsibilities of this role are to ensure players are provided with the necessary and appropriate physiotherapy management and manual therapy.
The Hong Kong Sports Institute is looking for a new Speed Skating Coach to coordinate, implement and oversee various training programmes of elite short track speed skating athletes in Hong Kong. The successful individual will be responsible for monitoring athlete performance through comprehensive, multi-method assessment and regular evaluations.
Newington College is currently accepting applications for the position of Director of Rugby to lead their extensive Rugby program across the Secondary and Primary campuses (K-12). The primary responsibility for the Director of Rugby is the development of an engaging, challenging and inclusive program across all age groups and abilities.
British Athletics is seeking to appoint a performance nutritionist to deliver and provide nutritional support for athletes, alongside working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to create a world class high performance training environment. The successful individual will be responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring innovative and evidence based practical nutrition strategies that are tailored to the needs of British athletes.