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Hykeham Town Ladies 1st Team are seeking voluntary support in the role of a Physiotherapist/Sport Therapist. Hykeham Town F.C. is a FA Charter Standard Club that is committed to supporting its workforce. The successful appointment will be supported through qualifications such as an FA Emergency First Aid, FA Safeguarding Children and others as and when required. The successful appointment will also be supported and required to go through a FA CRB Check. It is expected that you have a recognised qualification in sports therapy/physiotherapy (e.g. Level 3 in Sports Massage Therapy).

Location: Priory City of Lincoln Academy (Thursday evenings: 7:30pm – 9pm) / Ruston Sports & Social (Sunday’s ‘Home Fixtures’ 1pm – 4pm) / Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire (Sunday ‘Away Fixtures’ – timings TBC on a weekly basis)

Responsible to:  Hykeham Town Ladies 1st Team Manager & Director of Football

Purpose of Post: To deliver injury therapy services to all players involved in the Hykeham Town Ladies First Team at training and weekly fixtures. Promote and protect the health and wellbeing of all players within the team.

Start Date: ASAP

If you’re interested in the above post please contact Chris Funnell – director@hykehamjfc.co.uk

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An opportunity has arisen to work with Nettleham Ladies FC as a sports therapist\ physio for match and training days (Thursday evening and Sunday). This would be an excellent opportunity for someone to gain experience and develop their skills in a supportive environment.

A first aid qualification is essential.

Any questions should be directed to Linzi Hewitt on Linzi.hewitt@yahoo.co.uk
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Gary Benson from the Sports Therapy Organisation will be giving a presentation in the Coach Education Suite at 6pm on Thursday 14th November. This should provide a valuable insight into the sports therapy profession and clarify the qualification/placement/employment options which may be open to you as you progress through your undergraduate studies and beyond. There will also be an opportunity to ask Gary any specific questions you may have about working in the industry.

The talk is open to everyone, but please email Danny Taylor at dtaylor@lincoln.ac.uk if you would like to attend.