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Vacancy: Performance Analyst for Bristol City Women

Bristol City Women seek a Performance Analyst.

Role Summary:

  • To provide players and staff with in-depth statistical training and matchday analysis.
  • This will include pre-match opposition analysis, post-match analysis, training analysis and individual player analysis.

Salary and Contractual Status:

Responsibilities:

  • To film and edit all first team sessions as required by the 1st Team Manager, including home and away matches, training and individual practice.
  • Review footage and accurately code all necessary events
  • To ensure coaching staff receive Sportscode/Hudl reports in a timely manner after each match as agreed with 1st Team Manager
  • To co-ordinate the storage and maintenance of all data, software and equipment related to performance analysis
  • To review opposition video and scout opposition players as required by the Manager and produce necessary reports/presentations on these areas as requested
  • To attend all technical staff meetings
  • To attend other teams matches as and when requested by the 1st Team Manager
  • To assist the 1st Team manager with player recruitment for the Club
  • To operate in line with Club values and policies at all times
  • To undertake any additional duties as responsibly requested by the 1st Team Manager or General Manager

Essential skills and experience:

  • Performance Analysis Degree (either completed or currently studying)
  • FA Coaching badges or other proven understanding of football tactics and coaching
  • Experience using Performance Analysis software, ideally Sportscode, and of working with statistical data.
  • Ability to prepare and present reports using Powerpoint/Keynote
  • Full UK Driving License
  • Enhanced CRC check
  • Your own computer

Desirable:

  • Masters in Performance Analysis
  • Experience in player recruitment
  • Experience of working as a Performance Analyst within an elite women’s football environment
  • Your own Sportscode licence

Key Competencies:

  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Organised and able to work to deadlines
  • Good attention to detail
  • Ability to communicate with a variety of stakeholders
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Good at motivating others

To apply for the role, please send a copy of your CV and covering letter (no more than two A4 sides) to bcwfcinfo@bristolcitywfc.co.uk outlining why you best fit the specifications for the job role advertised.

  • Application closing date:  Sunday, November 10th (midnight)
  • Interviews will take place on the w/c: Monday, November 11th

 


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