Swansea City AFC vacancy: full-time performance analyst
23rd April 2015
Performance analyst (full-time)
Swansea City AFC have an exciting job opportunity for two performance analysts within their performance analysis department. The position will be for the 2015/2016 season.
The successful candidates will participate in an exciting project and contribute through the collection of statistical and video data. The successful candidates will be required to attend an initial two-week training period in order to understand the club's philosophy and intentions for the 2015/2016 season.
The ideal candidate will:
• Be working towards or have completed their MSc degree in a sports related discipline or equivalent
• A good understanding of football and the industry
• Proficient in SportsCode Software
• Excellent verbal and writing skills
• Strong IT skills
• Comfortable working in a team environment as well individually
• Previous experience working within the Football Industry
• UK driving licence/use of own car
If you have the right mix of skills for the Performance Analyst position at Swansea City AFC, please send your CV and covering letter by May 3, 2015, to HR Department at Swansea City AFC, Liberty Stadium, Landore, Swansea SA1 2FA or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Swansea City AFC is an equal opportunities employer. The Club does not tolerate less favourable treatment of any employee or job applicant on any ground, including but not limited to gender, marital status, race, racial origin, nationality, national origin, religion or belief, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, membership or non-membership of a Trade Union, pregnancy, childbirth, political affiliation, relationships in the workplace, or any other prejudice.
Swansea City AFC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people involved in activities and event at Swansea City AFC. As part of the Club's recruitment and selection process any offers of work involving working in regulated activity with children are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS Disclosure and barred list check (depending on the level of supervision, frequency and nature of contact with children). Appropriate references are also required.