- On May 17, 2018
The best jobs in human performance and sports science from around the globe.
Sport Singapore is seeking skilled and experienced physiotherapists to join their coaching team. The successful applicant will be one who demonstrates sufficient knowledge in the assessment and management of sporting injuries. Duties of this role will involve keeping appropriate documentation, designing rehab and return to sports program planning and monitoring and communicating with the athletes, coaches, and other relevant personnel.
Manchester United is advertising an exciting opportunity for a skilled performance coach to join their team. The role will focus on delivering a physical development programme to the Manchester United Senior Women’s Team and Development Squad. This involves the delivery of comprehensive physical preparation programmes, based on sound strength and conditioning and physiology principles. Applications close 22/05/2018.
Hockey Australia is seeking to appoint a new Assistant Coach to work within the High-Performance unit to assist with the coordination and implementation of the national senior women’s program. The successful applicant will be responsible for assisting with developing all aspects of the technical and performance standards of the National Senior team the ‘Hockeyroos’, with the clear goal being to achieve medal success at the 2020 Olympic Games. Applications close 01/06/2018.
The Hong Kong Sports Institute (HKSI) is seeking an experienced individual to coordinate, design, and implement training programmes for elite athletes in Hong Kong. The chosen applicant will be responsible for monitoring athlete performance through a set of comprehensive assessments alongside regular routine evaluations. Applications close 09/06/2018.
Swimming Australia is looking to appoint a new Performance Manager to support the CSHP in managing the functions of the high-performance unit. To be considered for this role, the applicant must be a strong, effective collaborator with the ability to engage and influence key stakeholders to achieve the strategic and operational outcomes of Swimming Australia’s high-performance programs. Applications close 06/06/2018.
The English Institute of Sport is looking for a skilled physiotherapist to contribute to the development and delivery of athlete health strategies in British Para Table Tennis to optimise performance. The successful applicant will be expected to work with Head of Performance Support for British Para Table Tennis, the Technical Lead Physiotherapist, EIS and national governing body (NGB) to support staff to improve performance through implementing, evaluating and developing physiotherapy services. Applications close 20/05/2018.