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Reporting to:

• Academy Manager and/or Head of Academy Coaching

Essential & Desirable qualifications/pre-requisites

Essential

  • Up to date UEFA A Licence

  • FA Advanced Youth Award with the age specific specialist element relevant to

    the Professional Development Phase (PDP)

  • Current DBS certification (Enhanced)

  • Current Basic First Aid in Sport (BFAS)

  • F A Safeguarding Children Certification

  • Member of FA Licence Club (current and up to date including CPD hours)

  • Experience of working at and completing at least one season in the PDP phase

    (Lead Phase u18 or Senior PDP 19-21 at Category 1 and 2 level)

    Desirable

  • UEFA Pro Licence

  • Competent in the use of the Performance Management Application toolkit

  • Familiar with and experience of Athlete Monitoring Software (i.e. Prozone)

  • Experience of welfare provision around safeguarding young people particularly

    those that make the transition from 16-18years and on and into the PDP

  • Is fully knowledgeable on The Football League Child Protection Statements

    Key responsibilities

    Main tasks

  • report to the Academy Manager/or Head of Coaching on all aspects relating to individual and squad development at the PDP with regard to Elite Player Performance Plan (EPPP)

  • liaise with: the first-team Manager; contribute to: The Technical Board and the Academy Management Team in identifying appropriate and club pathways into the first team environment

  • liaise with the Head of Academy Coaching and oversee and implement on a day-to-day basis the Coaching Curriculum for the Under 16 to Under
    18s age groups

  • manage the transition of Academy Players to the Club’s senior squad in accordance with the Club’s coaching and playing philosophies

  • contribute to the Multi-disciplinary reviews of Academy Players in the Professional Development Phase including the application of Sport Science methods and Individual Learning Plans

Specific tasks

• Lead the Coaching and U18’s Professional Development League provision for the Professional Development Phase. These tasks include:

  • -  Align the coaching, game and playing philosophies with first-team activities ensuring smooth transitions via player pathways

  • -  Implementatransitionalmodelthatcreates,monitorsandtracksplayers that move through the player pathway

  • -  Contribute to player profiling that identifies player traits and characteristics applicable to first team duties

  • -  Develop player competencies within technical, tactical, psychological, physiological and social aspects of learning through individualised planning

  • -  Create,developandimplementGameandplaystrategiesthatalignwith the whole-club approach for both development and competitive fixtures

  • -  Use and adapt the club’s coaching curriculum and implement the club’s coaches’ ‘working week’ to deliver high quality and structured provision leading to the Professional Development League Games Programme

  • -  Upload detailed player information into the PMA’s Performance Clock in line with Premier and Football League benchmark requirements

  • -  Generate individualized learning plans, objectives and outcomes within a multi-disciplinary approach

  • -  Divide, segment and create learning blocks and periodisation that relate to macro, meso and micro delivery cycles that support player learning

  • -  Ensure effective match preparation and attention to detail is planned in advance with measureable objectives forming part of the planning

  • -  Buildperformanceanalysiswithinevaluativeandreflectivepracticesthat supports improvement planning and feedback processes for both training models and games

  • -  Effectively manage the ‘working week’ with regard to training models, the integration of sport science, individual/team/position specific sessions and transition between age-groups and first-team

    Club Tasks

  • Contribute to the Club’s coaches’ competency framework in supporting and developing coaches through internally-led CPD programmes which in turn may include leading activities

  • Support and influence the recruitment of players in determining player profiles, characteristics and individualisms needed at first-team level

  • Manage the loan process for both receiving and sending players to other clubs ensuring that a tracking system is in place to monitor progress

  • Implement the club’s internal rating system that uses ratings as a performance indicator

  • Undertake Talent ID events and activities that supports the club’s recruitment policies

  • Oversee other senior and lower management positions in their absence, as and when necessary

 

• Carry out any other specific tasks relevant to the ‘whole-club’ ethos that supports the development of the club across all pathways and departments

Person specification

  • Demonstrates enthusiasm and is committed to achieving agreed objectives within Elite Performance Player Planning

  • Effective at preparing, planning and implementing coaching curriculums and schedules that are aligned with whole-club objectives for producing young talented football players

  • A dynamic, hardworking and enthusiastic individual that is able to relate to young people engaged in player pathways within a mentoring and supportive role

  • Proactive decision maker with excellent communication skills that is able to effectively communicate across all departments within a multi-disciplinary approach.

  • Takes responsibility for ensuring a high quality of work and maintaining standards in line with the responsiveness needed for delivering against the club’s football objectives

  • Is receptive to feedback about own behaviour, strengths and areas for improvement that identifies improvement strategies to both support coaching, game understanding and player development

  • Displays a high level of confidentiality and is able to contribute to senior management activities and meetings in a professional manner and fully participates in club activities that support the profiling of the club

  • Accurate reporting and attention to detail in both written and verbal communication and able to represent the club professionally and competently at all times

  • Displays a deep knowledge and experience of coaching and games and is able to transfer and communicate information in an informative and constructive manner

  • Understands the importance about Health & Safety principles and practice and safeguarding in supporting young people through their football-related pathway.

    SALARY: £30,000 – £35,000 per annum
    Hours: 37-hour working week (including flexible arrangements) Probationary Period: 3-months (as detailed in contract) Contract: normal contract conditions as per club policy

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    Application Process:

    Please note that Barnsley Football Club welcomes applications from those groups of individuals that are considered under-represented in the employment market, for example (although not limited to):

 

§ Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME)
§ People with Disabilities
§ Women
§ People considered socially and economically disadvantaged

Process:

i) All online via email by responding and sending to named contact (see below)

Requirements:

  1. ii)  1 x A4-size one-page cover letter & 1 x A4-size one-page CV (please provide both in one Pdf document and email to named contact – see below)

  2. iii)  Please include Reference.: U21002 within your cover letter and email correspondence

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Named Contact to send application: Bobby Hassell, Academy Manager
Email Address: bhassell@barnsleyfc.co.uk

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Closing Date: 12th August 2022 (23.00 hrs)

Reporting to:

• Senior Professional Development Coach (16-18 years) & Head of Coaching Responsible for:

Professional Development Phase Coach

Essential & Desirable qualifications/pre-requisites

Essential

  • UEFA ‘A’ Licence (up to date)

  • FA Youth Award

  • FA Advanced Youth Award

  • Current DBS certification (Enhanced)

  • BFAS certification

  • FA Licence Club Member

    Desirable

  • UEFA ‘Pro’ Licence

  • Degree in Sport, Sport Science or equivalent

    Key responsibilities

    Main tasks

  • Deliver the academy’s PDP coaching curriculum including adapting activities aligned with Club’s coaching and playing philosophies

  • Work within the coaches’ competency framework and contribute to CPD training programmes

  • Liaise with and feed into the u18 coaching and Games programme supporting transition and pathways into the higher PDP

  • Implement the policies and practices highlighted in the Academy Performance Plan (APP) to ensure that the PDP meets with desired outcomes

  • Comply with the Football League rules in delivering training models and Games Programme in line with rules and regulations

  • Support multi-disciplinary planning integrating other disciplines within the planning stages

  • Meet all EPPP requirements in relation to planning, reporting and uploading data into the PMA either periodically and/or creating annual reporting

  • Contribute to Academy Management Team and Departmental meetings and guide where necessary

    Specific tasks

• Assist senior PDP coach, supervise and management of all 16-18s football activities, including:

  • -  Supportingassistant PDP coach with regard to periodisation of coaching blocks; game planning and preparation; coaching and game evaluation including post-match analysis (all evidenced within the PMA)

  • -  Deliver individual reviews ensuring that Individual Learning Plans form the basis for reviewing performance in addition to consultation with Science and Education departments in providing holistic individual reviews and plans

  • -  Ensure that 5-hours of CPD is achieved annually in keeping with the maintenance of the UEFA A qualification

  • -  Ensure that an annual departmental action plan is created with support from Head of Coaching and other Lead Phase coaches (collaboration)

  • -  Support early and late developers and include this aspect within squad management

  • -  Assist in identifying squad, age and player development by reviewing periodic reports and performance clock data; this process should support and identify potential players moving into professional contract stage

  • -  Work within the player competency framework to determine that players are staying on track with the performance philosophies embedded into the club’s objectives

  • -  Communicate the Club’s safeguarding framework (inc. welfare) in ensuring compliance with safeguarding policies, supporting inductions, lifestyle management courses and exit and release strategies

  • -  Oversee EPPP activities and requirements that are aligned to and with Category 2 responsibilities in providing accurate and detailed data on all occasions

    Person specification

  • Demonstrates enthusiasm and is committed to achieving agreed objectives within Elite Performance Player Planning and Academy activities

  • Effective at preparing, planning and implementing all aspects of academy administration that are aligned with whole-club objectives for coaching young talented football players

  • A dynamic, hardworking and enthusiastic individual that is able to relate to all staff members and participants engaged in academy and coaching activities

  • Proactive decision maker with excellent verbal and written communication skills that is effective in communicating across all departments within a multi- disciplinary approach.

  • Takes responsibility for ensuring a high quality of work and maintaining standards in line with the responsiveness needed for delivering against the club’s coaching objectives and philosophies

  • Is receptive to feedback about own behaviour, strengths and areas for improvement that identifies improvement strategies relating to academy coaching activities

  • Displays a high level of confidentiality and transparency and is able to contribute to AMT and TB meetings in a professional manner

  • Displays a deep knowledge and experience of the academy’s coaching curriculum and is able to transfer and communicate information in an informative and constructive manner

  • Understands the importance about Health & Safety principles and practice and safeguarding in the delivery of academy coaching and match activities

    SALARY: £27,000 – £32,000 per annum
    Hours: 37-hour working week (including flexible arrangements) Probationary Period: 3-months (as detailed in contract) Contract: normal contract conditions as per club policy

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    Application Process:

    Please note that Barnsley Football Club welcomes applications from those groups of individuals that are considered under-represented in the employment market, for example (although not limited to):

    § Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME)
    § People with Disabilities
    § Women
    § People considered socially and economically disadvantaged

    Process:

i) All online via email by responding and sending to named contact (see below)

Requirements:

  1. ii)  1 x A4-size one-page cover letter & 1 x A4-size one-page CV (please provide both in one Pdf document and email to named contact – see below)

  2. iii)  Please include Reference.: U21002 within your cover letter and email correspondence

.......................................................................................................

Named Contact to send application: Bobby Hassell, Academy Manager
Email Address: bhassell@barnsleyfc.co.uk

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Closing Date: 12th August 2022 (23.00 hrs)

Job Title: Performance Analyst | Academy & First Team

Department: Performance, Medicine, and Performance Analysis

Reports to: Director of Performance, Medicine and Performance Analysis

​Academy Manager

Location: Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S71 1ET

Employment: Full time | Permanent

Hours: 37 hours per week, as and when required. The job involves working unsociable hours including weekends, and travel to away fixtures in the UK

Salary: £20,000

Application closing date: 25th July, 12:00

To apply please send a CV and cover letter to: matthew.cook@barnsleyfc.co.uk

Job Purpose

Barnsley Football Club are seeking to recruit a Transition Performance Analyst who will be required to work with both the Academy (50%) and First Team (50%) Squads to support in the Club’s performance analysis processes

Key Responsibilities

Work with the 1st Team and Academy Performance Analysts to ensure consistency and alignment between the academy and 1st team as players transition.
Film and analyse individual and team performances within the Academy.
Work with coaches to provide individual development plans for academy players in line with Premier League audit requirements.
Work with Goalkeeping department (1st team & academy) to align best practice, pre/post game analysis, alongside training analysis.
Work with the Academy Head of Coaching to provide detailed feedback to coaches and players in line with the performance pathway philosophy.
Engage in team discussions/meetings on developing future analytical approaches to improve development of players.
Film 1st Team Matches as required.

Essential

Undergraduate degree in Performance Analysis, Sports Coaching, Sports Science, or related subject.
Minimum of a year, providing analytical support, within an elite football environment.
Proficient in the use of software (Sportscode/Hudl).
Ability to demonstrable a strong level of tactical football knowledge and game understanding.
Knowledge of the key processes and requirements of an analyst (Filming, Capturing, Analysing, and Coding.)
Experience with telestration tools (Hudl Studio & Coach Paint)
Creating and delivering video feedback to individuals and groups.
The ability to work to deadlines using problem solving skills, initiative and sensitivity.
Ability to work as part of interdisciplinary team and develop productive relationships.
Respond positively to change in a fast-moving environment.
Proactive and driven to succeed.

Desirable

Post-Graduate Degree in Performance Analysis
Coaching Qualification (Level 2)
Experience of dealing with Data (Tableau, Excel, or SPSS)
Experience with Wyscout & Instat
DBS check undertaken

Job Title: Apprentice Physical Performance Coach

Department: Performance, Medicine, and Performance Analysis

Reports to: Director of Performance, Medicine and Performance Analysis

Location: Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S71 1ET

Employment: Full time. 1-year fixed-term contract. August 2022 - August 2023  

Hours: 37 hours per week, as and when required. The job involves working unsociable hours including weekends, and travel to away fixtures in the UK

Salary: £18,000

Application closing date: 25th July, 12:00

To apply please send a CV and cover letter to: matthew.cook@barnsleyfc.co.uk

Job Purpose

Barnsley Football Club are seeking to recruit an Apprentice Physical Performance Coach to work with the Club’s First Team and Academy squads to assist in delivering the Club's physical performance objectives

This position would be ideal for recent graduates or those entering the field of Physical preparation for elite athletes as the successful candidate will work alongside the current physical performance and medical team at the start, then assuming a gradual increase responsibility.  A thorough individual personal development programme will be provided with the role

Key Responsibilities

Work with the 1st Team and Academy Physical Performance Coaches to help ensure consistency and alignment between the academy and 1st team as players transition.
Assist in the delivery of the club’s physical development programme, with particular emphasis on, but not confined to players in the Performance Development Phase (U18 & U23).
This will involve assisting the physical performance coaches and medical team with the practical delivery of on- and off-pitch physical training to develop the speed, agility, strength, power and metabolic fitness to compete in professional football.  
You will also assist with implementing the clubs monitoring, fitness testing, rehabilitation, and recovery strategies.  Alongside the collection, management, and analysis of performance data, among other tasks.
Engage in team discussions/meetings on developing future approaches to improve the physical development of players.

Essential

Undergraduate degree in Strength and Conditioning, Sports Science, Physical Education, or related subject.
A good understanding of techniques for developing players movement competency, speed agility, strength and power and metabolic fitness for intermittent sprint agility sports.
Knowledge of valid and reliable methods for monitoring individual’s physical and physiological fitness, interpreting results and implementing appropriate intervention strategies.
The ability to work to deadlines using problem solving skills, initiative and sensitivity.
Ability to work as part of interdisciplinary team and develop productive relationships.
Respond positively to change in a fast-moving environment.
Proactive and driven to succeed in a career supporting elite athletes.

Desirable

MSc. Or equivalent qualification in Strength and Conditioning, Sport Science, Physical Education or related discipline.
UKSCA ASCC (or willingness to work towards)
BASES Accreditation in Sport Performance (or willingness to work towards)
Previous experience working in an elite sport environment
Coaching Qualification (Level 2)
DBS check undertaken

Job Title: Academy Physiotherapist/Sports Therapist

Responsible to: Head of Academy Sport Science and Medicine

Contract: Full time

Contract type: Permanent

Hours: 35+ per week (Involves regular evening and weekends)

Salary: 25k per annum

Barnsley Football Club encourage equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace and are looking for an enthusiastic, dedicated and suitably qualified Physiotherapist to join our medical department, working closely with medical staff, coaches and players.

The successful candidate will be an Academy Physiotherapist, providing medical provision predominantly for academy players across the 9-16 age groups, in addition to assisting with the delivery of the Academy program in the professional development phase. This role will involve working alongside the professional development physiotherapists and management of part-time staff for the Foundation and Youth phases for training and match days.

Candidates must be a HCPC registered Physiotherapist with a desirable postgraduate experience of working in an academy sporting environment.

This role requires a passion for working in sport, flexibility, and willingness to work non-standard hours in accordance with the needs of the Club. The successful candidate must have excellent communication and organisational skills and be able to build professional relationships.

If you have the specific qualifications, experience, and desired personal attributes to successfully fulfil this role, please ensure that your application details how you would match our requirements. Further information regarding the role, and the personal and professional attributes we require, is contained in the job description and person specification for the role. Any additional information is available on request.

How to apply

To apply for this position, please forward your CV and covering letter to jean.hall@barnsleyfc.co.uk by 5pm on 30 June 2022.

Job Description

Reporting to

  • Academy Manager
  • Head of Academy Sport Science and Medicine

Essential & Desirable qualifications/pre-requisites

Essential

  • Have a BSc or MSc pre-reg degree in Physiotherapy / BSc Sports Therapy
  • Must have full and in-date membership/Registration: Chartered Physiotherapist (CSP) and Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) or Sports Therapy (SST)
  • First aid certificate
  • Safeguarding children certificate
  • Experience of working with athletes and/or paediatrics
  • Clear, enhanced DBS check
  • Must hold a full valid driver’s license

Desirable

  • Intermediate Trauma Medical Management in Football qualification
  • Competent in the use of IT software such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint and PMA
  • Experience of working as a Physiotherapist within a sporting environment
  • Knowledge of EPPP

Key responsibilities

Main tasks

  • To assist the Academy Physiotherapists in developing the Academy’s Physiotherapy department in line with the Club’s strategic objectives and the EPPP
  • Manage and oversee the treatment and rehabilitation of injured Academy players (U9-16s) and assist in the management of the U18s injuries when required.
  • Provide training and match day cover (evenings and weekends as required)
  • Support the Academy injury audit
  • Maintain medical notes in conjunction with CSP/HCPC standards
  • Regulation and management of the PMA for individual injury medical records and performance clock during rehabilitation
  • To undertake regular CPD

Specific tasks

  • Pitch side emergency first aid for U9-16s games/training in conjunction with part-time staff
  • Management of the U9-16s injured players
  • Provide high quality evidence based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for all injured players using a range of equipment and facilities
  • Monitor and manage injured players training loads in conjunction with sport science
  • Ensure all return to play objective measures are met before passing player fit to train/referring on to sport science
  • Liaise with the appropriate coaches and sport science with regards to the U9-16s squads
  • Liaise with the club Doctor about matters regarding ill/injured players and ensure approval is gained prior to arranging further investigations
  • Liaise with medical services at national level regarding on-going assessment, treatment and medical status of our players
  • Maintain an injury audit and present monthly findings to the Professional Development Academy Physiotherapist and coaching staff
  • Implement medical screening to Academy players and create injury prevention plans based on these findings
  • Ensure all medical equipment is in working order/in-date
  • Provide an holistic approach to the management of injuries, referring to a variety of MDT when appropriate
  • To assist in arranging cardiac screenings on an annual basis for Academy players
  • Liaise with Parents, GPs, Consultants and Schools regarding the management of injuries

Person specification

  • Demonstrates enthusiasm and is committed to achieving agreed objectives
  • Effective at preparing, planning and implementing workloads and schedules
  • A dynamic, hardworking and enthusiastic individual
  • Proactive decision maker with excellent communication skills
  • Takes responsibility for ensuring a high quality of work and maintaining standards
  • Is receptive to feedback about own behaviour, strengths and areas for improvement
  • Displays a high level of confidentiality
  • Flexibility and willingness to learn
  • Understands and implements Health & Safety and Safeguarding principles and practices

We are recruiting the following positions across hospitality:

  • Restaurant Team Leaders
  • Experienced Bar Staff
  • Waiting Staff
  • Match Day Concourse Staff

All applicants must 16+. All Bar Staff must be 18+.

If you are interested in any of the above roles, please specify which position you are applying for when contacting cameron.marshall@barnsleyfc.co.uk

Job Title: Matchday Steward

Reports to: Matchday Safety Team
Department: Security
Location: Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley

Job purpose: To ensure crowd safety and excellent customer service on matchdays at Barnsley FC.

Specific tasks and responsibilities

  • Adhere to a detailed briefing and clear instruction from the Stand Supervisor.
  • Manage your area of work/position and job role and its related issues in the first instance.
  • Set and maintain high standards of Customer Service, appearance and behaviour.
  • Be responsible for the smooth operation of your area of work.
  • Maintaining all elements of public and staff Health and Safety when working on site.
  • Respond accordingly to any emergencies and incidents and assisting in evacuating/invacuating if necessary.
  • Provide necessary support and assistance to the Stadium Stewarding Team.

Personal specification

  • Be firm, fair and friendly.
  • Be confident in talking to customers.
  • Be calm under pressure.
  • Be proactive in your approach.
  • Must have a good command of the English Language.
  • Have good written and verbal skills.
  • To be able to work well in a team.
  • Be calm and confident when dealing with situations that arise spontaneously.
  • Hold/be working towards a Level 2 Spectator Qualification (Training will be provided if necessary and is free of charge).

Qualifications/experience

The ideal candidate will have skills and experience in the following areas: - Essential (E) Desirable (D)

Qualifications are not necessary, as training is provided and is free of charge through our partnership with Barnsley College.

Experience is desirable but not necessary, as you will be working with experienced staff.

Skills/knowledge

  • Customer care.
  • Empathy abilities.
  • Politeness.
  • Health and Safety.

Pay rates: £11 - £13 per hour dependent on having a Level 2 Spectator Safety qualification.
 

The document is a guide only and should not be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in the light of changing needs of the organisation.

Safeguarding

Barnsley Football Club ensure that the best possible staff are recruited based on their merits, abilities and suitability for the position. We ensure that the Club meets its commitment to safeguarding by promoting the welfare of children and young people by carrying out all necessary pre-employment checks. 

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups. The DBS decides whether it is suitable for a person to be placed on or removed from a barred list. 

Equal Opportunities

Barnsley Football Club ensure that all job applicants are considered equally and consistently. We ensure that no job applicant is treated unfairly on any grounds including race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or religious belief, sex, or sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, disability or age.

Right To Work In UK

Barnsley Football Club ensure that applicants are entitled to work in the UK without approvals and have the appropriate documentation to validate this

How to Apply

To apply and make an appointment, please email your CV or a covering letter and a return email address to bryan.lewis@barnsleyfc.co.uk or call 07368241122

Appointments are 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday from 23 May to 28 May and 30 and 31 May, with additional dates scheduled for 6 June to 11 June.

Job Title: Football SIA Door Supervisors

Reports to: Matchday Safety Team
Department: Security
Location: Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley

Job purpose: To ensure crowd safety and excellent customer service on matchdays at Barnsley FC.

Specific tasks and responsibilities

  • Excellent customer services.
  • Searching of people and locations.
  • Crowd Management.
  • Segregation of fans.
  • Non pain compliant Physical Intervention.
  • Conflict Management.
  • Monitoring/Management of ingress and egress points.
  • Providing information and direction.
  • Reporting suspicious behaviour.
  • Reporting and recording details of any incidents or accidents.
  • Responding to any incidents or accidents as directed.
  • Maintaining safe working environments and health and safety management.

Personal specification

  • Be calm under pressure.
  • Be able to think on your feet in stressful or emotive situations.Having previous Response Team Experience is desirable.
  • Have a willingness to deliver outstanding customer service.
  • Be polite, respectful and courteous.
  • Be a Team player.
  • Flexible working attitude.
  • Reliable and responsible.
  • Have a can-do attitude.
  • Be calm and self-motivated.
  • Happy to work outdoors in all conditions.
  • Have good grooming standards and overall appearance.
  • Be mature and able to handle situations calmly.
  • Be relied upon to attend all required shifts.
  • Engaging and easy to talk to.
  • Can adapt to changing situations quickly.
  • Have clear communication skills.

Qualifications/experience

The ideal candidate will have skills and experience in the following areas: - Essential (E) Desirable (D)

  • SIA Door Supervisor License (E)
  • Previously worked at a football stadium (D)

Skills/knowledge

  • Customer care.
  • Empathy abilities.
  • Health and Safety.
  • Great Conflict Management Skills.

Pay rates: £15 per hour.
 

The document is a guide only and should not be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in the light of changing needs of the organisation.

Safeguarding

Barnsley Football Club ensure that the best possible staff are recruited based on their merits, abilities and suitability for the position. We ensure that the Club meets its commitment to safeguarding by promoting the welfare of children and young people by carrying out all necessary pre-employment checks. 

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups. The DBS decides whether it is suitable for a person to be placed on or removed from a barred list. 

Equal Opportunities

Barnsley Football Club ensure that all job applicants are considered equally and consistently. We ensure that no job applicant is treated unfairly on any grounds including race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or religious belief, sex, or sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, disability or age.

Right To Work In UK

Barnsley Football Club ensure that applicants are entitled to work in the UK without approvals and have the appropriate documentation to validate this

How to Apply

To apply and make an appointment, please email your CV or a covering letter and a return email address to bryan.lewis@barnsleyfc.co.uk or call 07368241122

Appointments are 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday from 23 May to 28 May and 30 and 31 May, with additional dates scheduled for 6 June to 11 June.

Job Title: Radio Controller

Reports to: Matchday Safety Team
Department: Security
Location: Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley

Job purpose: To ensure communication is reported correctly and instructions are clear and precise on matchdays at Barnsley FC.

Specific tasks and responsibilities

  • To provide Match Day liaison between the Control Room and Stewarding Team.
  • To ensure the correct information is communicated.
  • Keep an accurate log.
  • To liaise with the CCTV operators.
  • To ensure incidents are logged correctly and in time coding with evidence from the CCTV operators.
  • Be able to work in a pressured environment.
  • To be assertive when required.
  • Be friendly towards colleagues.
  • Only use appropriate language.
  • Be able to write legibly.
  • Follow Matchday protocols.

Personal specification

  • Have excellent English Language.
  • Be consistent and methodical.
  • Be alert, vigilant and quick to respond to radio calls.
  • Be neat and tidy.
  • To work on your own initiative and be part of a team.
  • Be positive in attitude.
  • You need to be calm, efficient and organised.
  • Willingness to learn.
  • Customer Service focussed.

Qualifications/experience

The ideal candidate will have skills and experience in the following areas: - Essential (E) Desirable (D)

  • Working in a Control Room Environment (D)
  • Previous radio use (D)

Skills/knowledge

  • Customer care.
  • Excellent Communication.
  • Politeness.
  • Health and Safety.

Pay rates: £13 per hour

The document is a guide only and should not be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in the light of changing needs of the organisation.

Safeguarding

Barnsley Football Club ensure that the best possible staff are recruited based on their merits, abilities and suitability for the position. We ensure that the Club meets its commitment to safeguarding by promoting the welfare of children and young people by carrying out all necessary pre-employment checks. 

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups. The DBS decides whether it is suitable for a person to be placed on or removed from a barred list. 

Equal Opportunities

Barnsley Football Club ensure that all job applicants are considered equally and consistently. We ensure that no job applicant is treated unfairly on any grounds including race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or religious belief, sex, or sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, disability or age.

Right To Work In UK

Barnsley Football Club ensure that applicants are entitled to work in the UK without approvals and have the appropriate documentation to validate this

How to Apply

To apply and make an appointment, please email your CV or a covering letter and a return email address to bryan.lewis@barnsleyfc.co.uk or call 07368241122

Appointments are 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday from 23 May to 28 May and 30 and 31 May, with additional dates scheduled for 6 June to 11 June.

Job Title: CCTV Operator

Reports to: Matchday Safety Team
Department: Security
Location: Oakwell Stadium, Barnsley

Job purpose: To ensure crowd safety by assisting in the safeguarding of public and property on matchdays at Barnsley FC.

Specific tasks and responsibilities

  • Comply with the Data Protection Act.
  • Maintain absolute confidentiality.
  • To maintain the appropriate and optimum usage of the CCTV System, ensuring fully functioning recording.
  • To monitor and assist where possible the security staff in the detention of any person found committing an offence.
  • Ensure that records and logs are kept up to date.
  • Ensure the work area is neat and tidy.
  • Log all incidents on the relevant documentation.
  • Notify the Safety Officer immediately of any unusual occurrence, breach of security, regulations or emergencies.

Personal specification

  • Experience in using CCTV systems.
  • Experience of working within the Security Industry.
  • Working in a fast paced and busy environment.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • A professional demeanour.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Very reliable.
  • Take personal pride in their work.
  • Customer service based.
  • Goes above and beyond.
  • Work as part of a team and as an individual.

Qualifications/experience

The ideal candidate will have skills and experience in the following areas: - Essential (E) Desirable (D)

  • SIA CCTV License (E)
  • Worked in a Control Room (D)

Skills/knowledge

  • Safeguarding.
  • Observant.
  • Politeness.
  • Health and Safety.

Pay rates: £13 per hour

The document is a guide only and should not be regarded as exclusive or exhaustive. It is intended as an outline indication of the areas of activity and will be amended in the light of changing needs of the organisation.

Safeguarding

Barnsley Football Club ensure that the best possible staff are recruited based on their merits, abilities and suitability for the position. We ensure that the Club meets its commitment to safeguarding by promoting the welfare of children and young people by carrying out all necessary pre-employment checks. 

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups. The DBS decides whether it is suitable for a person to be placed on or removed from a barred list. 

Equal Opportunities

Barnsley Football Club ensure that all job applicants are considered equally and consistently. We ensure that no job applicant is treated unfairly on any grounds including race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or religious belief, sex, or sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, disability or age.

Right To Work In UK

Barnsley Football Club ensure that applicants are entitled to work in the UK without approvals and have the appropriate documentation to validate this

How to Apply

To apply and make an appointment, please email your CV or a covering letter and a return email address to bryan.lewis@barnsleyfc.co.uk or call 07368241122

Appointments are 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday from 23 May to 28 May and 30 and 31 May, with additional dates scheduled for 6 June to 11 June.