Durham Cricket is looking to appoint a Physiotherapist to join its high-performance Sports Science & Medicine team.
Reporting to the Director of Cricket and the Lead Physiotherapist & Science and Medicine Lead, the Physiotherapist will provide physiotherapy services and support to the Professional, Academy and Pathway programme players while representing Durham Cricket. Attendance and service provision for the Second XI at all home and away fixtures, as well as training sessions, will be required. The role will involve working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to deliver best practice and achieve the objectives of the Sports Science and Medicine team at all times.
The successful applicant will demonstrate high-standard clinical skills, and preferably will have experience working in a team environment with elite athletes / high performing-teams. Previous experience working within cricket is beneficial but not essential. While the role will be supported by the Lead Physiotherapist & Science and Medicine Lead, the successful applicant must be able to work autonomously and will show a commitment to continuing professional development and growth. An interest in cricket is important. Registration with the HCPC and Chartered Society of Physiotherapists is essential.
The role will also involve working with the coaching and administrative staff to further enhance the culture of Durham Cricket and its high-performance environment by upholding the club values and behaviours. Extended hours and regular travel throughout the UK during the County season (April-September) including weekends and Bank holidays is required. The post holder will be based at Durham Cricket at the Emirates Riverside in Chester-le-Street.
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How to apply
To apply for the role please send a covering letter detailing your suitability for the role and a current CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 18th March 2020.