An opportunity has arisen to work as a Performance Analysis Intern at Lincoln City alongside Liam Youngs (Senior Performance Analyst). Liam would like to offer an internship opportunity to a willing 2nd or 3rd year student from any course within the School of Sport & Exercise Science. This role would give the person(s) a great insight into the demands of football and also a possible future career in sport. Liam had this same role himself last season and found it to be a fantastic opportunity that led to a full-time role following the completion of his degree.
Liam is keen to get the new intern started as soon as possible, to become familiar with new software etc. He would need from you an up-to-date CV and a cover letter (maximum of 1 page). He would prefer that all CVs and cover letters are sent to him (firstname.lastname@example.org) before Wednesday 4th July. If you have any questions please also contact Liam as soon as possible, but he has provided this description:
“The main part of the job role would be to film Lincoln City matches and training sessions. As I understand this is the students’ summer period, this opportunity would start as soon as possible to ensure that they receive the best learning experience before university resumes; the individual would be better able to get much of their learning in before term starts. The role is voluntary and unpaid for the duration of 1 year, but the experience that can be gained can further a career, as it did my own.”
a) interest in football
c) an eye for detail
e) able to meet deadlines
a) previous filming of live matches (any sport)
b) a MacBook to support software (however this is not essential!)
VIRSCO are looking for suitable candidates for two roles:
1) Paid position: a Level 1 or 2 coach to join their coaching team (which already includes a number of our graduates and current students). Details of their coaching services are available on their website.
2) Voluntary position: Performance Analyst with Lincoln City FC Academy. This role will cover 20 games, and each game will require about 3 hours of analysis.
For more information, or to apply for one or both of the roles, please contact email@example.com
Lincoln City FC Academy have an opportunity for students to help film their U16s for the rest of the season with a view to continuing next season. This role would be perfect for 1st and 2nd years who are looking to get involved in football performance analysis. The person/s would need to be available for most Sundays between now and the end of April and initially from September if possible (or when they return for the next year).
Students who have worked in similar roles with the Academy before have had very positive experiences, and have gone on to work or Masters programmes in the area of Performance Analysis.
Alongside this,there is also an opportunity for one or two people to work with the U18s next season.
If you would like to know more, or would like to be put in touch with students working with the Academy already, please contact Sandy Willmott at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a number of excellent opportunities for students who would like to gain performance analysis experience with local sports teams. These include hockey, rugby and football but you do not necessarily need to be a player of that particular sport to become involved.
These types of opportunity have served as the springboard in recent years for students to progress to careers with professional clubs or postgraduate studies in related areas. Relevant experience is essential in this very competitive field!
If you would like to know more – or to register an interest – please contact Sandy Willmott at email@example.com . The positions would be suitable either for individuals or for small groups of students who might want to share a role.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a new team of performance analysts who will be working alongside the University of Lincoln Rugby Union teams. The analyst team will be expected to provide coaching staff with relevant video footage and statistical information from recent matches and occasional training sessions
The ideal applicants should:
– Understand the basic rules of rugby union
– Have an understanding of the role of match and performance analysis
– Be familiar with analysis software and recording equipment
– Be on a University of Lincoln sports course
As this is a brand new role, the successful team will be invited to share ideas and create a platform for future analysts to work on. Transport will be provided to and from matches, and the Human Performance Centre has agreed to provide relevant equipment to the analysts.
To express your interest, or for further information, please contact Chris Fraser by Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone (07427) 744788