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Casual Training Ground Steward

Safety and Security

Training Ground Operations Manager

Brentford FC Training Ground

Competitive

Brentford FC is a bit different to other Premier League football clubs. We put our fans first, we are a true community club and while we are financially sustainable, we are not afraid to take calculated risks. We take huge pride in our environment and culture within the Club which focuses on development, inclusion and not being afraid to think differently.  

Being progressive, humble and respectful while sticking together as one team across the Club guides how we work and the decisions we make each day.

We also firmly believe that a diverse workforce is a better workforce which will help us develop ideas, solve problems and ultimately grow Brentford FC.

We play in a brand-new stadium, 15 minutes from Heathrow in vibrant west London.

We will never forget where we have come from, but we are excited about the future that lies ahead.

Come join us.

Inclusion Statement

Brentford FC is an organisation which values and is passionate about diversity and inclusivity. Whilst our recruitment decisions are always based on merit and suitability, we welcome and encourage applications from qualified candidates, including those from underrepresented groups – such as those from ethnically diverse backgrounds, women, those from the LGBTQ+ community and those with disabilities.

Safeguarding Statement

Brentford FC is committed to equality, the safeguarding and welfare of all children and adults at risk. This responsibility is shared by all staff and volunteers at the club, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Staff will be required to undertake regular safeguarding training to enable and reinforce a proactive approach to safeguarding. This role requires the post holder to apply all relevant policies and uphold the club’s commitment to safeguarding vulnerable people to ensure a safe environment for all. This includes the timely reporting of any safeguarding concern to the safeguarding team.

The Role of the Training Ground Steward

The successful candidates will be an effective communicator with a proven record of working in a customer service environment and will form part of the Training Ground Safety & Security team.

Main Accountabilities

  • Staff the entrance and/or exit gate to control the vehicles, staff, visitors, and deliveries entering or exiting the site. 
  • Check all persons whether on foot or in a vehicle to ensure that the occupants are staff, players or expected guests.
  • Ensure every vehicle and person on site is accounted for, if there is an unknown person/vehicle, challenge them to find out who they are and why they are here. 
  • Fill in the visitors log with the visitor's information.
  • Escort Visitors around site.
  • Monitor the entrance gates and the site via the CCTV computer, ensuring that the site is safe, and no unauthorized persons have gained access. 
  • Deliveries/post to be taken in, signed for and the deliveries log to be filled out. 
  • The locking/unlocking of site/rooms at the beginning/end of the day. 
  • Making sure the site is secure, doors/windows are closed/locked as needed. 
  • The issuing and logging of keys as appropriate. 
  • Ensure the safe ingress and egress of coaches.
  • Ensure that you report for duty on time to sign in and relieve the security/steward staff. 
  • Remain at your designated position until relieved. 
  • Adhere to the stewarding dress code, wear clothes that are smart and appropriate to your job ensuring hair is tidy and well groomed. 
  • On a B team match day other duties and roles maybe delegated to the staff as and when needed. 
  • Have a pen and paper/notepad/clipboard on you at all times. 
  • Familiarize yourself with all areas of the Training Ground.

General Club Accountabilities

  • To comply with all Club policies, including health and safety, data regulations and other legal, ethical and social requirements
  • To build and maintain good working relationships while maintaining a professional image
  • To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Club and its personnel
  • To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times

Person Specification - Essential Personal Characteristics

  • To be available to work every Monday to Friday and all bank holidays, including Christmas day, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day.
  • Be flexible with hours/days of shift as and when needed.
  • All applicants must be available to work weekends and evenings.
  • To be able to work outdoors, in all weathers, for long periods of time.
  • To always maintain a flexible approach to work.
  • To be supportive and able to work with others at all levels of the organization. 
  • Must be able to work as part of a team.
  • We can only accept applicants above the age of 18 for this vacancy.
  • To be fit, active and capable of carrying out all Stewarding duties.
  • To have good communication skills.
  • To be clean and tidy in appearance.
  • To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Club and its personnel.
  • Be capable of recognizing potential fire hazards and suspect packages, reporting such findings immediately to Site Manager and/or the Deputy Site Manager. 
  • To ensure compliance with all relevant Club policies, including health and safety policies and with specific reference to the data regulations (GDPR and PECR).
  • To ensure compliance with all Club and regulatory requirements related to safeguarding, and to ensure the Club’s safeguarding processes are followed in the event of any safeguarding concerns.
  • To ensure compliance with all relevant legal, regulatory, ethical, and social requirements.
  • To build and maintain good working relationships both internally and externally, always maintaining a professional image when representing Brentford FC.
  • No drinking alcohol before or whilst on duty.
  • Not under the influence of illegal drugs at any time whilst acting as a Safety Steward.

Person Specification - Desirable Characteristics

  • Preferably to hold an NVQ Level 2 in Spectator Safety or similar but training may be provided after a period of proven reliability and competence. 
  • Have a proven track record of working in a dynamic (preferably a football or event) environment.  
  • Be able to use a two-way radio and to ensure the two-way radio is working by carrying out a test call at the start of each shift.
  • Previous experience of managing spectators at sporting events either as a Safety Steward or in another acceptable capacity is preferable but not essential as training will be provided.
  • Good Customer Care skills would be advantageous.
  • To be able to provide basic Emergency First Aid or know how and who to contact in the event of identifying someone in need of first aid
  • Must be able to achieve an NVQ Level 2 in Spectator Safety within one year of accepting post or as soon as practicable thereafter.

To Apply
Submit your CV and Cover Letter to the link below by 5th June 2022

https://hr.breathehr.com/v/casual-training-ground-steward-23347

Please ensure you attach your CV and Cover letter to the application - any applications without attached documents will not be considered.

Please note: Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted and only those candidates who meet the essential criteria for the role will be considered.

If you do not hear back from us within a week post application closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of applications received we are unable to get back to all applicants.

We aim to be an inclusive and diverse Club; therefore, it would be great if you could spend a couple of minutes completing our Diversity Monitoring Questionnaire using the link below:

https://forms.office.com/r/yvTE3Ua2vG

 

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Partnership Account Manager

Marketing Services

Head of Partnership Services

27 Great West Road

£27k-£30k

Brentford FC is a bit different to other Premier League football clubs. We put our fans first, we are a true community club and while we are financially sustainable, we are not afraid to take calculated risks. We take huge pride in our environment and culture within the Club which focuses on development, inclusion and not being afraid to think differently.

Being progressive, humble and respectful while sticking together as one team across the Club guides how we work and the decisions we make each day.

We also firmly believe that a diverse workforce is a better workforce which will help us develop ideas, solve problems and ultimately grow Brentford FC.

We play in a brand-new stadium, 15 minutes from Heathrow in vibrant west London.

We will never forget where we have come from, but we are excited about the future that lies ahead.

Come join us.

Inclusion Statement

Brentford FC is an organisation which values and is passionate about diversity and inclusivity. Whilst our recruitment decisions are always based on merit and suitability, we welcome and encourage applications from qualified candidates, including those from underrepresented groups – such as those from ethnically diverse backgrounds, women, those from the LGBTQ+ community and those with disabilities.

Safeguarding Statement

Brentford FC is committed to equality, the safeguarding and welfare of all children and adults at risk. This responsibility is shared by all staff and volunteers at the club, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Staff will be required to undertake regular safeguarding training to enable and reinforce a proactive approach to safeguarding. This role requires the post holder to apply all relevant policies and uphold the club’s commitment to safeguarding vulnerable people to ensure a safe environment for all. This includes the timely reporting of any safeguarding concern to the safeguarding team.

The Role of the Partnership Account Manager

Brentford FC is experiencing ever increasing growth with Club Partnerships which is set to continue with the club’s Premier League status. We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced, creative, resourceful, team player to join our dynamic Partnership Services team.

Reporting to the Head of Partnership Services. The successful candidate will play a vital role in the planning and delivery of partner assets and activations and will be responsible for enhancing current key and new top tier partner relationships. The position will also involve working with the Premier League and their central partner requests. The role will also see the ownership of two partner events throughout the season.   

Main Accountabilities

  • Nurture strategic relationships with top tier partners
  • Working with partners to clearly define their partnership objectives
  • Work with the Head of Partnership Services to create a season-long activation plan for top tier partners
  • Instigating activation ideas and planning the delivery within budget and managing the logistical side including on match days
  • Ensure Club partners contractual assets are delivered in full within specified timeline
  • Dealing with day-to-day partner requirements and supporting the team to achieve its goals
  • Managing requests from Premier League and their central partners, as well as match manager requirements and logistics.
  • Work with internal teams such as Content, Brand & Promotions, Communications and Digital to ensure Partner activations are well-briefed and delivered
  • Ensure the Partnership database is efficiently and effectively maintained
  • Help build best in class case studies for use across the partnership team and club channels
  • Reporting to partners on progress and achievements
  • Identify and upsell additional BFC commercial opportunities
  • Owning the planning and delivery of 1-2 partner events within budget during the season.
  • Continually identify areas where service levels can be improved.

General Club Accountabilities

  • To comply with all Club policies, including health and safety, data regulations and other legal, ethical and social requirements
  • To build and maintain good working relationships while maintaining a professional image
  • To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Club and its personnel
  • To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times

Key Internal Relationships

  • Content
  • Brand and Promotion
  • Digital
  • Intel and Insights
  • Ticketing
  • Football Communications
  • Finance
  • Partnership Sales
  • Operations
  • Fans and Community Relations

Person Specification - Essential Personal Characteristics

  • Demonstrable experience within B2B account management in a similar position
  • An interest in and understanding of partnerships sales and marketing, including partnership activations within the sports industry
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both written and verbal
  • Ability to quickly build trust and effective relationships
  • A skilled influencer, who is comfortable working across multiple stakeholders
  • IT literate and highly competent in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Pro-active, confident and a self-starter
  • Creative mindset with a can-do attitude
  • Strong organisational and planning skills with the ability to prioritise workload especially at busy times
  • Key team player - the ability to work in a team and can also work effectively as an individual
  • Ability to work on matchdays, including evenings and weekends

Person Specification - Desirable Characteristics

  • Good knowledge of digital marketing.
  • Good knowledge of social media trends
  • Exposure to commercial contracts and interest in legal side within the sports industry
  • Experience of using CRM software
  • Budget management skills

To Apply
Submit your CV and Cover Letter to the link below by 22 May 2022.

https://hr.breathehr.com/v/partnership-account-manager-23143

Please ensure you attach your CV and Cover letter to the application - any applications without attached documents will not be considered.

Please note, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted and only those candidates who meet the essential criteria for the role will be considered.

If you do not hear back from us within two weeks after the application closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of applications received we are unable to get back to all applicants.

We aim to be an inclusive and diverse Club; therefore, it would be great if you could spend a couple of minutes to complete our Diversity Monitoring Questionnaire using the link below:

https://forms.office.com/r/yvTE3Ua2vG

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Finance Assistant

Finance

AP/AR Manager

27GWR

Competitive

Background

Brentford Football Club is a Premier League football club based in the London Borough of Hounslow. The Club was founded in 1889 and has been through a period of great change in the past year. Brentford moved to a new, 17,250-seater stadium with outstanding facilities for fans, broadcasters, corporate guests, and the community in the summer of 2020, having previously played at their historic Griffin Park home for 116 years.

At the end of the first season in the new stadium, Brentford won promotion to the Premier League. The Club’s first season in the top flight of English football since 1947 will start in August 2021. Promotion and a move to a new stadium are parts of a longer-term vision that aims to see Brentford FC sustain top level football on the field and ensure that the Club is sustainably run off the field.

Situated next to the M4, the new Brentford Stadium is at the centre of the Brentford East redevelopment scheme, which includes the construction of more than 900 new homes, a new purpose-built location for Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, and a public square with shops and cafés. Brentford FC plays a very active role in its local community.

The Club is a four-time winner of the EFL Community Club of the Year Award and is the only professional football club in the UK with a Business in the Community and Community Mark Award. In total, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust delivers more than £13 million of social benefit to the West London area.

The Role of the Finance Assistant  

To carry out daily transactional finance tasks underpinning the finance function under the guidance of the AP/AR Manager.

Main Accountabilities

Accounts Payable

  • Daily monitoring and rectifying of automated invoice upload issues to iDocs/SAP
  • Daily monitoring and resolution of supplier queries
  • Schedule weekly payments in accounting system and bank based on due date
  • Assist wider business with purchase order creation, approval and follow-up
  • Assist with new supplier creation checks including verification of bank and contact details
  • Liaise with suppliers on missing invoices and other transactional errors
  • Periodic reconciliation of supplier statements
  • Create direct debits and standing orders as required
  • Processes expenses
  • Maintain a master schedule of all suppliers that includes service provided by supplier, payment method, etc.

Bank

  • Daily bank reconciliation and processing of transactions in SAP
  • Scheduling and loading of weekly payment run
  • Ad-hoc payment creation in SAP

Accounts Receivable

  • Creation of invoices as advised by business partners
  • Reconcile bank receipts to invoices

Management Accounts 

  • Complete Bank balance sheet reconciliation for AP/AR Manager
  • Complete other non-complex balance sheet reconciliations

Other Duties 

  • Maintenance of master supplier list, direct debit and standing order lists
  • Consistent update of player accommodation document and associated suppliers
  • Answer general finance department calls/e-mails and respond or direct to the relevant member of the team
  • Assist with the preparation of statutory accounts and relevant audit support when appropriate
  • Ad hoc finance department tasks such as mail distribution, banking, reviewing contracts

General Club Accountabilities

  • To ensure compliance with all relevant Club policies, including health and safety policies and with specific reference to the data regulations (GDPR and PECR)
  • To ensure compliance with all Club and regulatory requirements related to safeguarding, and to ensure the Club’s safeguarding processes are followed in the event of any safeguarding concerns.
  • To ensure compliance with all relevant legal, regulatory, ethical and social requirements
  • To build and maintain good working relationships both internally and externally, maintaining a professional image at all times when representing Brentford FC
  • To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Club and its personnel
  • To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times

Person Specification - Essential Personal Characteristics

  • Awareness of month end procedures and the purpose of these
  • Team working skills are essential
  • Desirable IT skills to include use of Microsoft Office with a high level of Excel knowledge
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment
  • Experience of supplier activities preferable
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Enthusiasm

Person Specification - Desirable Characteristics

  • Familiarity with SAP and iDocs or similar P2P systems
  • An interest in sport/football
  • Be able to plan and organise both familiar and new tasks (pro-active mindset)
  • Able to use problem solving approach to respond appropriately to a wide range of enquiries
  • Flexible approach to work (teamwork is key)

To Apply

Submit your CV and Cover Letter to the link below by Friday 13th May 2022:

https://hr.breathehr.com/v/finance-assistant-22889

Please ensure you attach your CV and Cover letter to the application - any applications without attached documents will not be considered.

Please note: Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted and only those candidates who meet the essential criteria for the role will be considered.

If you do not hear back from us within two weeks post application closing date please assume you have been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of applications received we are unable to get back to all applicants.

We aim to be an inclusive and diverse Club, therefore, it would be great if you could spend a couple of minutes to complete our Equality and Diversity Monitoring

Questionnaire using the link below: https://forms.office.com/r/yvTE3Ua2vG

 

 

Brentford FC Football Vacancies

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Club Doctor 0.4FTE - A&E

Medical

Head of Medical/Lead Doctor

Jersey Road

Competitive + 75% of requisite indemnity insurance fees/CPD support.

Brentford FC is a bit different to other Premier League football clubs. We put our fans first, we are a true community club and while we are financially sustainable, we are not afraid to take calculated risks. We take huge pride in our environment and culture within the Club which focuses on development, inclusion and not being afraid to think differently.  

Being progressive, humble and respectful while sticking together as one team across the Club guides how we work and the decisions we make each day.

We also firmly believe that a diverse workforce is a better workforce which will help us develop ideas, solve problems and ultimately grow Brentford FC.

We play in a brand-new stadium, 15 minutes from Heathrow in vibrant west London.

We will never forget where we have come from, but we are excited about the future that lies ahead.

Come join us.

Inclusion Statement

Brentford FC is an organisation which values and is passionate about diversity and inclusivity. Whilst our recruitment decisions are always based on merit and suitability, we welcome and encourage applications from qualified candidates, including those from underrepresented groups – such as those from ethnically diverse backgrounds, women, those from the LGBTQ+ community and those with disabilities.

Safeguarding Statement

Brentford FC is committed to equality, the safeguarding and welfare of all children and adults at risk. This responsibility is shared by all staff and volunteers at the club, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Staff will be required to undertake regular safeguarding training to enable and reinforce a proactive approach to safeguarding. This role requires the post holder to apply all relevant policies and uphold the club’s commitment to safeguarding vulnerable people to ensure a safe environment for all. This includes the timely reporting of any safeguarding concern to the safeguarding team.

The Role of the Club Doctor  

In liaison with the Head of Medical (HOM)/Lead Doctor (LD), the Club Doctor will have responsibility within the team they are allocated to for the following:

Main Accountabilities

Weekly Provision: (In conjunction with other Club Doctors)

  • Training Ground – Provide Doctor support onsite, on days agreed in advance with the LD as the Club schedule requires.
  • On average, services will involve 2-2.5 days per week which may include both training ground, and/or match cover as the club schedule requires.
  • Support LD in ensuring that all training sessions for both squads covered by a Doctor, providing a seven-day Doctor service.
  • A flexible and ‘can do’ approach to scheduling is a key requirement of this role.

Match Cover: (approx. and to be agreed in advance with the LD).

  • 80% of 1st team games as tunnel doctor.
  • EPL, cup and First-team friendly (FTF) games (home and away) as Team Doctor as agreed with LD.
  • B-team games - In conjunction with club Doctor, provide Doctor cover for all B-team games as agreed with the LD.
  • Overnight travel to away games as needed (any away game covered will require travel with the squad).
  • Manage onsite paramedic/trauma team and practices, including checking and maintenance of all medical equipment in order to comply with EPL regulations.

Adhoc needs

  • Overseas Club Training/matches (by prior arrangement in conjunction with other Club Doctors).
  • Support HOM/LD in delivering pre-signing medical assessments for both squads.
  • Pre-season player screening sessions (i.e: bloods, cognitive baselines etc).
  • Player home visits as required.
  • Attendance of external Consultant appointments as appropriate.
  • Telephone consultations as required.
  • Assist the LD in coordinating regular medical screening/interventions including, but not limited to, cardiology, blood markers, flu vaccines, cognitive function (impact system).
  • Ongoing review and updating of Emergency Action Plans (EAP) at both training and match facilities.
  • Support LD in managing storage and stock of prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Support LD in managing maintenance and security of Club medical records in line with government legislation.
  • Assist in delivery of departmental in-service staff training programme. In particular the regular practice of on-field trauma scenarios.
  • In conjunction with the HOM/LD, ensure that all FA Anti-doping and player Whereabouts requirements are complied with. This includes that all players are kept informed of any adaptations to regulations immediately as they occur.
  • In conjunction with the HOM/LD, ensure that the club's legal (and EPL / FA) responsibilities with regards to specific staffing and medicolegal requirements are upheld.

General Club Accountabilities

  • To comply with all Club policies, including health and safety, data regulations and other legal, ethical and social requirements
  • To build and maintain good working relationships while maintaining a professional image
  • To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Club and its personnel
  • To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times

Key Internal Relationships

  • HOM/LD.
  • Medical, Performance and Coaching staff.
  • Players – First- and B-team Squads.
  • Player Welfare Department.

Essential Requirements

  • GMC registered.
  • A&E trauma management background.
  • Current FA AMTMiF qualification.
  • Demonstrable experience of working in professional team sport at elite level.

 Person Specification - Essential Personal Characteristics

  • Ability to work in an interdisciplinary medicine and performance team.
  • Excellent clinical skills with respect to history taking, clinical examination, appropriate.
  • Excellent clinical reasoning skills.
  • Excellent range of clinical treatment skills.
  • Highly self-motivated with the ability to motivate others.
  • Enthusiasm and willingness to be flexible in approach to achieve desired outcomes.
  • To hold a flexible and strong 'can do' approach to work.
  • To remain calm under pressure.
  • High work commitment with a ‘performance first’ mentality.
  • Willing to self-evaluate and work towards continuous improvement
  • Highest standards of professional and personal conduct, especially confidentiality
  • Commitment to equal opportunities

Person Specification - Desirable Characteristics

  • Previous experience as a Doctor within a Premier League Football Club
  • Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine.

To Apply

Submit your CV and Cover Letter to the link below by 19 May 2022:

https://hr.breathehr.com/v/club-doctor-0-4fte-a-e-23214

Please ensure you attach your CV and Cover letter to the application - any applications without attached documents will not be considered.

Please note: Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted and only those candidates who meet the essential criteria for the role will be considered.

Interviews will be held on the 24th and 27th of May 2022

If you do not hear back from us within a week post application closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of applications received we are unable to get back to all applicants.

We aim to be an inclusive and diverse Club; therefore, it would be great if you could spend a couple of minutes completing our Diversity Monitoring Questionnaire using the link below:

https://forms.office.com/r/yvTE3Ua2vG

 

 

 

 

 

Job Title:

Department:

Reporting:

Location:

Salary:

Club Doctor 0.4FTE – GP

Medical  

Head of Medical/Lead Doctor

Jersey Road

Competitive + 75% of requisite indemnity insurance fees/CPD support.

Brentford FC is a bit different to other Premier League football clubs. We put our fans first, we are a true community club and while we are financially sustainable, we are not afraid to take calculated risks. We take huge pride in our environment and culture within the Club which focuses on development, inclusion and not being afraid to think differently.  

Being progressive, humble and respectful while sticking together as one team across the Club guides how we work and the decisions we make each day.

We also firmly believe that a diverse workforce is a better workforce which will help us develop ideas, solve problems and ultimately grow Brentford FC.

We play in a brand-new stadium, 15 minutes from Heathrow in vibrant west London.

We will never forget where we have come from, but we are excited about the future that lies ahead.

Come join us.

Inclusion Statement

Brentford FC is an organisation which values and is passionate about diversity and inclusivity. Whilst our recruitment decisions are always based on merit and suitability, we welcome and encourage applications from qualified candidates, including those from underrepresented groups – such as those from ethnically diverse backgrounds, women, those from the LGBTQ+ community and those with disabilities.

Safeguarding Statement

Brentford FC is committed to equality, the safeguarding and welfare of all children and adults at risk. This responsibility is shared by all staff and volunteers at the club, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Staff will be required to undertake regular safeguarding training to enable and reinforce a proactive approach to safeguarding. This role requires the post holder to apply all relevant policies and uphold the club’s commitment to safeguarding vulnerable people to ensure a safe environment for all. This includes the timely reporting of any safeguarding concern to the safeguarding team.

The Role of the Club Doctor 

In liaison with the Head of Medical (HOM)/Lead Doctor (LD), the Club Doctor will have responsibility within the team they are allocated to for the following:

Main Accountabilities

Weekly Provision: (In conjunction with other Club Doctors)

  • Training Ground – Provide Doctor support onsite, on days agreed in advance with the LD as the Club schedule requires.
  • On average, services will involve 2-2.5 days per week which may include both training ground, and/or match cover as the club schedule requires.
  • Support LD in ensuring that all training sessions for both squads covered by a Doctor.
  • A flexible and ‘can do’ approach to scheduling is a key requirement of this role.

Match Cover: (approx. and to be agreed in advance with the LD).

  • 20% of EPL, cup and First-team friendly (FTF) games (home and away) as team Doctor.
  • 20% of 1st team games as tunnel doctor.
  • B-team games - In conjunction with club Doctor, provide Doctor cover for B-team games as agreed with the LD.
  • Overnight travel to away games as needed (any away game covered will require travel with the squad).
  • Manage onsite paramedic/trauma team and practices, including checking and maintenance of all medical equipment in order to comply with EPL regulations.

Adhoc needs

  • Overseas Club Training/matches (by prior arrangement in conjunction with other Club Doctors).
  • Support HOM/LD in delivering pre-signing medical assessments for both squads.
  • Pre-season player screening sessions (i.e: bloods, cognitive baselines etc).
  • Player home visits as required.
  • Attendance of external Consultant appointments as appropriate.
  • Telephone consultations as required.
  • Assist the LD in coordinating regular medical screening/interventions including, but not limited to, cardiology, blood markers, flu vaccines, cognitive function (impact system).
  • Ongoing review and updating of Emergency Action Plans (EAP) at both training and match facilities.
  • Support LD in managing storage and stock of prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Support LD in managing maintenance and security of Club medical records in line with government legislation.
  • Assist in delivery of departmental in-service programme. In particular the regular practice of on-field trauma scenarios.
  • In conjunction with the HOM/LD, ensure that all FA Anti-doping and player Whereabouts requirements are complied with. This includes that all players are kept informed of any adaptations to regulations immediately as they occur.
  • In conjunction with the HOM/LD, ensure that the club's legal (and EPL / FA) responsibilities with regards to specific staffing and medicolegal requirements are upheld.

General Club Accountabilities

  • To comply with all Club policies, including health and safety, data regulations and other legal, ethical and social requirements
  • To build and maintain good working relationships while maintaining a professional image
  • To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Club and its personnel
  • To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times

Key Internal Relationships

  • HOM/LD.
  • Medical, Performance and Coaching staff.
  • Players – First- and B-team Squads.
  • Player Welfare Department.

Essential Requirements

  • GMC registered.
  • General Practitioner background.
  • Current FA AMTMiF qualification.
  • Demonstrable experience of working in professional team sport at elite level.

Person Specification - Essential Personal Characteristics

  • List the essential qualifications, skills, experience and characteristics
  • Use ‘x number of years experience’ only where essential for the role
  • List professional qualifications or certifications required

Person Specification - Desirable Characteristics

  • Ability to work in an interdisciplinary medicine and performance team.
  • Excellent clinical skills with respect to history taking, clinical examination, appropriate.
  • Excellent clinical reasoning skills.
  • Excellent range of clinical treatment skills.
  • Highly self-motivated with the ability to motivate others.
  • Enthusiasm and willingness to be flexible in approach to achieve desired outcomes.
  • To hold a flexible and strong 'can do' approach to work.
  • To remain calm under pressure.
  • High work commitment with a ‘performance first’ mentality.
  • Willing to self-evaluate and work towards continuous improvement
  • Highest standards of professional and personal conduct, especially confidentiality
  • Commitment to equal opportunities

Person Specification - Desirable Characteristics

  • Previous experience as a Doctor within a Premier League Football Club
  • Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine.

To Apply

Submit your CV and Cover Letter to the link below by 19 May 2022:

https://hr.breathehr.com/v/club-doctor-0-4fte-gp-23216

Please ensure you attach your CV and Cover letter to the application - any applications without attached documents will not be considered.

Please note: Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted and only those candidates who meet the essential criteria for the role will be considered.

Interviews will be held on the 24th and 27th of May 2022

If you do not hear back from us within a week post application closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of applications received we are unable to get back to all applicants.

We aim to be an inclusive and diverse Club; therefore, it would be great if you could spend a couple of minutes completing our Diversity Monitoring Questionnaire using the link below:

https://forms.office.com/r/yvTE3Ua2vG

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Director of Elite Performance
Department: Football
Reporting: Director of Football
Location: Jersey Road
Salary: Competitive

Background

Brentford FC is a bit different to other Premier League football clubs. We put our fans first, we are a true community club and while we are financially sustainable, we are not afraid to take calculated risks. We take huge pride in our environment and culture within the Club which focuses on development, inclusion and not being afraid to think differently.

Being progressive, humble and respectful while sticking together as one team across the Club guides how we work and the decisions we make each day.

We also firmly believe that a diverse workforce is a better workforce which will help us develop ideas, solve problems and ultimately grow Brentford FC.

We play in a brand-new stadium, 15 minutes from Heathrow in vibrant west London.

We will never forget where we have come from, but we are excited about the future that lies ahead.

Come join us.

Inclusion Statement

Brentford FC is an organisation which values and is passionate about diversity and inclusivity. Whilst our recruitment decisions are always based on merit and suitability, we welcome and encourage applications from qualified candidates, including those from underrepresented groups – such as those from ethnically diverse backgrounds, women, those from the LGBTQ+ community and those with disabilities.


Safeguarding Statement

Brentford FC is committed to equality, the safeguarding and welfare of all children and adults at risk. This responsibility is shared by all staff and volunteers at the club, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Staff will be required to undertake regular safeguarding training to enable and reinforce a proactive approach to safeguarding. This role requires the post holder to apply all relevant policies and uphold the club’s commitment to safeguarding vulnerable people to ensure a safe environment for all. This includes the timely reporting of any safeguarding concern to the safeguarding team.


The Role of the Director of Elite Performance

The main purpose of the Director of Elite Performance (DEP) is to lead all aspects of player and staff performance and development, outside of those technical and tactical football elements which are the responsibility of the Head Coach. In particular, Brentford FC strives to be a world class football team and club, and this role will be integral to driving the elite performance standards demanded of players and staff in order to fulfil this ambition.


Main Accountabilities

  • The heads of the following football sub-departments shall report to the DEP:
    • Athletic Performance / Sports Science
    • Medical
    • Welfare and Well-being
    • Football Operations
    • Training Ground Facilities and Pitches
  • The DEP shall have a key role in assisting the heads of each sub-department under their remit to ensure that the service they provide to players and staff is delivered to a world class standard.
  • The DEP shall ensure that the Club’s “Performance First” philosophy remains at the forefront of decision making and becomes ingrained into the work of the staff and players every day.
  • The DEP shall ensure that the attention to detail given to the bespoke care of every player enables them to deliver their maximum performance on the pitch in every game. This will include in areas such as rest and recovery, nutrition, sports psychology, among others.
  • The DEP shall help to cultivate a learning and development culture across the Football Department, helping to design and implement Individual Development Programmes (which may include development of skills outside of the football environment) for players and staff.
  • The DEP shall have a key role in bringing forward and implementing new ideas and research, often from outside of the football ecosystem, into the Club to ensure that Brentford is at the cutting edge of player and staff performance, learning and development.
  • The DEP shall ensure that the facilities used by players and staff on a daily basis are at the highest level possible and suitable for a Club that aspires to compete at the top end of English and European football.

General Club Accountabilities

  • To comply with all Club policies, including health and safety, data regulations and other legal, ethical and social requirements
  • To build and maintain good working relationships while maintaining a professional image
  • To keep confidential any information gained regarding the Club and its personnel
  • To maintain a flexible approach to work at all times

Person Specification - Essential Personal Characteristics

  • The DEP needs to be the ultimate team player with an outstanding track record of building and maintaining strong and trusting personal relationships.
  • The DEP should be open minded to all new ideas and be able to demonstrate the effective implementation of new research to make a practical difference in their previous work.
  • The ideal candidate will have a track record of leadership and achievement in a high-performance sports environment, though not necessarily in professional football.
  • The DEP will be a strategic thinker and able to create and implement effective and robust processes which enhance the long-term development of the Club.

To Apply

Submit your CV and Cover Letter to the link below by 16 May 2022: https://hr.breathehr.com/v/director-of-elite-performance-23113

Please ensure you attach your CV and Cover letter to the application - any applications without attached documents will not be considered.

Please note: Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted and only those candidates who meet the essential criteria for the role will be considered.

If you do not hear back from us within two weeks post application closing date please assume you have been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of applications received we are unable to get back to all applicants.

We aim to be an inclusive and diverse Club; therefore, it would be great if you could spend a couple of minutes to complete our Equality and Diversity Monitoring Questionnaire using the link below:
https://forms.office.com/r/yvTE3Ua2vG

Levy Catering Vacancies

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Department:

Availability:

Salary:

Catering

Matchdays (Non-matchday work also available)

Competitive

Room Manager

Experienced hospitality or restaurant managers required to oversee all aspects of service within a lounge. Must have knowledge of bar and table service operations, an attention for detail, excellent customer service skills, and the ability to manage a team.

Bar Team Leader

This role would suit anyone who has experience in a busy bar environment, preferably at supervisory level. Cellar knowledge is a plus, but more important is the ability to organise your team and prep your bar for a busy service.

Bar Staff

Enthusiastic and energetic people needed for our busy bars. Fun and vibrant, experience is a plus but not necessary as training will be given.

Waiting Staff

We are looking for people who like people to ensure that our guests enjoy their hospitality. Experience is a plus but not essential as training will be given.

Cashiers

As part of our retail team, you will be selling food and drink to our match day fans from one of our busy concessions. Customer service skills and the ability to think on your feet are a must.

Logistics

Our hard working logistics team are responsible for making sure our food, drink and equipment is where it needs to be so that our frontline staff can service our guests. Applicants must be strong on time management and organisation.

Chefs

Chefs of all levels required. Generally social hours and good rates paid depending on experience.

Kitchen Porters

An essential part of our culinary team, this role requires people who are organised and have a keen eye for detail

To apply for any of the above roles, please submit a CV and covering letter using the link below:

Apply here

 

 

Event Support Team Vacancies

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Job Role:

Contract Type:

Salary:

Location:

Car Park Marshall

Casual

£8.91 per hour plus holiday pay

Brentford

Event Support Team is a leading Events Company who manages an event from the planning stage to the implementation of the big day. We specialise in car park and traffic management with our in house built ANPR system to make ingress and egress as swift as possible. We work and have worked at some of the largest events in the world including, Rugby World Cup, Champions League Final, Olympics, Premiership Football, Premiership Rugby, Championship Football, Music Festivals, Concerts and many more!

Our head office is based at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, where we have supported the Ricoh from the day of its construction to today and we work nationwide, all over the Country. We are looking for individuals who want to grow with us and develop their skills in our various roles.

We are currently recruiting for Car Park Marshalls to work in our Brentford team on an ad hoc, casual contract basis, which will include evening and weekend work to meet our clients needs.

The duties and responsibilities of this role include;

  • Operate car park procedures in accordance with our company and site regulations
  • Ensure that vehicles are parked in a safe and proper manner
  • Ensuring that the site is a safe environment
  • Ensure that a professional service is delivered to customers at all times
  • Always remaining vigilant to safety hazards and taking proactive steps to correct them if required

For this role we will require you to have;

  • Great customer service with excellent interpersonal skills
  • A positive attitude and willingness to help and support customers and colleagues

This role has immediate starts for the right candidates.

Please send your CV to greg.browning@estuk.co.uk . We look forward to receiving your application.

 

 

 

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