- 23 days holiday. Pro rata for the contract
- Non Contributory Pension scheme
Salary and Benefits
Fixed Term Contract running until Oct 2020
£35,000 per annum. Pro rata for the contract
A great opportunity has become available for a Pathway Physiotherapist at Surrey County Cricket Club (SCCC). The role will be split between two main areas: (i) supporting the long-term athletic development of the SCCC academy and youth players and (ii) supporting the academy/youth players and professional players playing 2nd XI cricket. It is also expected that you will help support the delivery of wider science and medicine duties to the first team.
• Take the lead and work independently on academy/emerging player group physio and medical screening, treatment and prescription of rehabilitation and prehab
• Assist the lead physiotherapist in day-to-day departmental duties including treatment, screening and rehabilitation of the professional players
• Ensure adherence to treatment and prehab is of the highest levels in the first, second and academy squads
• Lead the academy cricket department in the overall reduction of time loss to injury and illness
• Assist the professional cricket department in the overall reduction of time loss to injury and illness
• Assist ACE programme players with injury and illness
• Drive your own professional development according to agreed objectives
• Ensure the highest quality of timely note keeping and practice, according to HCPC/CSP standards, is upheld at all times
• Assist the department lead in other duties as agreed by the department lead.
The successful candidate will have the following experience / skills / qualities:
• At least three years (specialised) experience in MSK physiotherapy
• Degree (or equivalent) in physiotherapy
• HCPC/CSP registered
• safe and competent in working alone and practicing independently
• exceptional team player and a great communicator
• broad understanding of long-term athletic development and be knowledgeable about working with youth athletes
• an understanding of the physiological demands of, and injury trends in, elite cricket
• be a proactive, flexible clinician who drives their own development and learning and works according to objectives set by the department lead.
• advanced first aid trained (Lubas FASE 2 or FA/RFU equivalents)
• working towards a post graduate qualification in a relevant field
• experience in working with elite athletes/elite youth athletes in a professional environment (preferably professional cricket)
• comprehensive knowledge of injury patterns in elite cricket
How to apply
Please apply via the link provided, supplying a covering letter and a CV.