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    Support Teacher (Casual Worker) 

    Reporting Structure
    The job holder will report to the Head of Education and Welfare, Tottenham Hotspur Academy.

    Payment is dependent on qualifications and experience.

    Job Purpose
    To support the Head of Education and Welfare to provide a high quality education provision to 25 Academy Apprentices (16-18 years) and 60 Academy Schoolboys on the Day Release programme (12-16 years) from September to May.
    The position is based at Tottenham Hotspur’s Training Centre in Enfield working 25 hours a week as follows:
    • Monday and Thursday8.30am - 6pm
    • Tuesdays and Wednesdays: 1pm - 5pm
    The position is based at the Tottenham Hotspur training centre at Bulls Cross in Enfield.  The job holder needs to be reliable and dedicated.  Annual Leave to be taken during quiet periods, eg, the closed season in June.

    To assist the Head of Education and Welfare Officer (HEWO)
    • Assist the HEWO in completing the VLE/PMA online 12 week reviews.
    • Ensure the running of college day in the absence of the HEWO.
    • Attend meetings, Premier League conferences either with the HEWO or to represent the club in the absence of the HEWO.
    • Where the HEWO is occupied, to sit in presentations and life skills.
    • To meet and greet guests until the HEWO is available.
    U18 Apprentice Education
    • Where required work 1:1 with scholars, to provide additional support
    • Provide private teaching sessions to youth players that are on loan to check all education actions are completed.
    • To assist and lead group lessons delivering the BTEC level 3 Diploma in sport to the scholars.
    • Assess the NVQ files and assist in setting weekly individual goals for each apprentice.
    • Maintain and where necessary improve standard of evidence collection for NVQ qualification.
    • Assist with extra circular sessions such as Reading workshop in libraries and Kick and Cook with local schools.
    • Attend training days / sessions with the Premier League and other organisations to aid teaching and development.
    Day Release
    • Co-ordinate the education slots for day release players U12 – U16.
    • Assist HEWO in sending / preparing termly reports sent out schools ensuring Tottenham have received a report back for all players.
    • Assisting the HEWO to liaise with teachers / parents of players when required, to help resolve educational issues or conflicts.
    • Monitor work being set and completed by each player.
    • Check files and work logs regularly in comparison to reports to ensure concerned subjects are being kept on top of.
    • Comply with safeguarding and good practice protocol.
    • Forward welfare issues, concerns or allegations to the Academy Safeguarding Officer.
    • To be aware of emergency procedures and the H&S at Work Act relating to the various sites.
    • Any other duties commensurate with the grade.
    • Attend refresher and development training when necessary, eg safeguarding.
    The job holder will commit and conform to Tottenham Hotspur and procedures and codes of conduct, including Tottenham Hotspur’s Safeguarding Children Policy, Equal Opportunities Policy and health and safety at work – reflecting the Club’s commitment to safeguarding.  The job holder will have responsibility for promoting: ethics, safeguarding and the welfare of children – the Club expects all staff to share this commitment.

    This is a position of trust and regulated activity, it is subject to safer recruitment, including an Enhanced DBS check with children’s barred list check, satisfactory references and a six-month probationary period.  DBS checks are carried out on a random basis as part of the Club’s vigilance. This job description gives a general outline of the post and is not intended to be inflexible or a final list of duties. It may therefore be amended from time-to-time in consultation with the post holder. Appointment is subject to the Terms and Conditions of Service of Tottenham Hotspur.
    This job description and person specification are correct as at 08.07.2014 save that it will be subject to inclusion of changes that are needed to cope with the needs of the job and in the interests of health and safety. 

    This is a position of authority and trust – it is regulated activity and involves working with children and young people (under 18s) and is subject to safer recruitment protocols, including DBS Disclosure at Enhanced level with Children’s barred list check.
    It is a criminal offence to apply for this post if you are banned under the Protection of Children Act.

    Closing date for applications: 5pm, 8 August 2014
    Start Date: Monday, 8 September 2014.

    Massage Therapist (Full-Time Position) - Tottenham Hotspur Development Squad 

    A rare opportunity is available for a high-skilled professional, experienced and organised individual to integrate within the Medical department at Tottenham Hotspur's training centre in Enfield. The position is based within the Medical department at the Training Centre in Enfield. 

    Reporting Structure 
    The job holder will report to the Head of Physiotherapy in the Medical department.
    Payment is dependent on qualifications and experience. Club kit will be provided.

    Job Purpose
    To work with the Head of Physiotherapy and his team of physiotherapists.  The role involves working with youth players under the age of 18 on a regular basis as they form part of the Development Squad.

    The position allows an unique opportunity to join a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals working with one of the Premier League's established top football clubs.

    The job holder must be willing to travel and adapt to a constantly changing environment. They need to be dedicated and able to contribute to a multi-skilled workplace.

    The main responsibility will be covering Development Squad players, but the role forms part of a team of massage therapists that provide treatment to all professional players. The job holder will be responsible for all massage duties associated with the sports massage therapy provision to all Development Squad players, including pre-training massages and preparation; referral for diagnosis; attending all reserve team home and away matches; to good housekeeping and stock control. From time-to-time, the job holder will be required to cover games with the First Team.

    The job holder needs to be flexible and must be willing to work evenings, weekends and bank holidays in keeping with an elite football environment, as well as travel to home and away games – including tours/tournaments abroad.  Annual leave to be taken in the closed season in June.
    This position is suited to a highly skilled and experienced individual who can meet the demands of an elite sports environment - someone with a solid sports massage therapy background with a range of skills, abilities and experience, including:
    • Solid experience working with elite athletes (adult and youth)
    • Pitch side sporting experience.
    • Clinic work in an elite adult and youth sporting environment
    • Registration with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) or equivalent
    • Member of The Council for Soft Tissue Therapies (GCMT), Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT), Massage Training Institute (MTI) or equivalent
    • The ability to recognise when a player needs to be referred
    • Excellent practical and manual skills
    • Physical stamina for carrying out a number of treatments a day
    This position involves working with young people (under 18s) and is a position of authority and trust - it is subject to safer recruitment protocols, including a DBS check Disclosure at Enhanced Level. Tottenham Hotspur is committed to equality, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.

    If you meet the above criteria and you are interested in the position, please click here for more information and to download an Application Pack.

    Closing Date: 5pm, 7 August 2014
    Interviews: Mid-August 2014 at Tottenham Hotspur Training Centre, Enfield
    Start Date: Monday, 22 August 2014

    Tottenham Hotspur Football Club 1st Team Performance Analysis Internships

    In line with the expansion of our first team performance analysis department, Tottenham Hotspur FC is offering 2 performance analysis internships on a fixed term contract for the 2014-2015 season. Based at the clubs training complex in Bulls Cross, Enfield, the successful candidates will gain valuable experience and contribute towards analysis procedures that enable the department to provide the highest levels of support to players, coaches and support staff.

    Reporting Structure

    The post-holder reports to the Tottenham Hotspur Head of Performance Analysis.

    Remuneration will be national minimum wage (pro rata).

    Person Specification
    The successful candidates will be hard working, reliable and highly motivated, with the ability to work successfully both within a team and independently. Flexibility to adapt quickly in a fast paced, demanding environment is essential. Experience in video capture/editing/ analysis will be advantageous, although not essential, as training will be provided.

    The person will ensure that all analysis delivered supports the coaching framework at THFC and is in line with the requirements of the First Team Manager and Coaching Staff.

    The responsibilities assigned to each intern will vary according to experience and working schedules, however key responsibilities will include.
    • Video recording of all first team squad training sessions and training matches.
    • Provide feedback in the form of video through Sports Code software to the 1st Team coaching staff, or to the Head of Performance Analysis as prescribed.
    • Support the Performance Analysis department in other pre and post match related duties.
    • Assist in short, medium and long-term analysis that can assist in decision-making and effectively manage performance.
    Applicants who are interested in applying should email their CV and a short covering letter to before 5pm Wednesday 23th July 2014.

    ICT Manager - London

    Salary:  £26,500 - £29,000 (dependent upon experience)

    Start Date: August 26th 2014

    Tottenham UTC is a new, state of the art, university technical college for 14-18 year olds specialising in Technology and Science for Sport, Health and Engineering opening in September 2014. We are committed to the safeguarding of children.

    Our ICT Manager will be well qualified, with experience in Secondary or FE education systems and excited by the prospect of managing a stunning new state of the art facility. Candidates must be able to demonstrate the following qualities: 

    •  Positive communication skills;
    • Able to work under pressure and to meet deadlines;
    • Strong analytical skills and experience;
    • Excellent team leadership and motivator;
    • Able to prioritise and time manage work load;
    • Demonstrable, proven and proactive forward planning;
    • Flexible and innovative approach to problem resolution;
    • Impeccable references and a clean DBS.
    Full job description and application form available from
    Applications should be returned by email to
    A) Closing date for applications: 12 pm 23rd July 2014  

    B) Short listed candidates notified: 25th July 2014 

    C) Interviews: 29th July 2014

    Tottenham UTC, c/o Tottenham Hotspur Football Club

    748 High Rd, Tottenham,

    London N17 0AP  

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation often receives enquiries about employment opportunities and we are not actively recruiting a large amount of staff at present, but we still welcome applications of interest.  

    The Foundation is keen to receive CVs from individuals with the following backgrounds:

    • Level 2 coaches in different sports other than football
    • Sports coaches with a background in working on female-only projects
    • Teaching Assistants
    • Qualified Teachers
    • Qualified Health and Fitness Instructors
    • Individuals with a background in Equalities and Inclusion
    • Individuals with a background in Community Development
    • Qualified Youth Workers
    • Qualified Mentors
    If you are interested, please send your CV to
    Applications of interest from candidates that match our requirements will be kept on file for up to six months from receipt. Our recruitment staff will contact applicants as and when the Foundation requires a specific skill set.
    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is an organisation committed to equality and safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. Positions that involved working with these groups are subject to safer recruitment protocols, including CRB Disclosure at enhanced level.
    For information on the Foundation’s activities and projects, including volunteering, visit the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation website.