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Vacancy: Under-23s Performance Analyst

Bristol City Football Club is seeking an Under-23s Performance Analyst.

We are looking for an ambitious and proactive person who is looking to further their analysis career within professional football.

You will have the opportunity to work within a dedicated team of knowledgeable, talented performance analysts and coaches at a forward thinking club.

Salary: Available on request
Position Type: Full Time
Location: Bristol City Training Ground, QEH School, Failand, BS8 3TN & Ashton Gate Stadium (First Team Training Ground)

Responsibilities:

  • Leading and producing all U23 pre, post and live match analysis alongside the team of coaches.

  • Filming U23 training using a drone and providing in depth post training analysis for both the team & individuals.

  • Providing and analysing statistical data on U23 matches (individually and team data).

  • Assisting the coaching / academy staff with U23 player reviews throughout the season.

  • To create and manage a best practice video library of all the teams DNA / best practice clips as well as all the matches & training sessions.

  • To carry out longer term development projects at the club.

  • Working on any other tasks that may be required from the analysis /coaching departments.

The Successful Candidate Must Have:

  • Someone with a ‘can do’ attitude that produces solutions rather than problems.

  • A very good work ethic, attention to detail, good communication skills & the ability to work within a team.

  • A creative side, willing, and able to keep the developing the analysis offered at the club.

  • Able to use the following confidently to a high standard; SportsCode, Coach Paint, Scout7 ISF, Keynote & Microsoft Excel.

  • Advanced computer skills (mac and windows) with experience in compiling and presenting large sets of data.

  • Be self motivated / committed with the ability to show initiative and work to strict time constraints.

  • Keeping the standards high of analysis delivered at the club.

  • Flexible and able to work unsociable hours & weekends.

  • The ability to build a good two way working relationships with the analysis department, coaching staff and players.

Requirements:

  • Previous analysis experience with a minimum of 2 years working within professional football (at least one season leading analysis for a team)

  • Undergraduate degree relating to Performance Analysis / Sports Science or Coaching.

  • Coaching qualifications are desirable (FA / UEFA)

  • A full UK driving license.

How to apply:

Please send a one page CV AND covering letter (in one document) to analysisjobs@bcfc.co.uk with the subject heading ‘U23 analyst’

Bristol City Football Club is an equal opportunities employer Bristol City Football Club is an equal opportunities employer.

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