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West Bromwich Albion FC Women’s 1 st Team Strength and Conditioning Coach

West Bromwich Albion Football Club

West Bromwich Albion Football Club, commonly referred to as West Brom, is an English professional football club based in West Bromwich, West Midlands, England. They compete in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football.

23 Jun 2022
Contract - Fixed Term
Part Time
Closing date
8 Jul 2022

Job Purpose

The post holder will be responsible for leading, delivering and developing the physical and S&C programme for West Bromwich Albion FC Women’s 1st Team

West Bromwich Albion FC Women’s 1st Team Strength and Conditioning will be responsible for:

  • To support the physical development of WBA Women FC footballers as individuals, and as a team, in line with club style of play and player profile systems.
  • To arrange the ordering of all strength and conditioning based equipment.
  • To liaise and cooperate with the players and managers/S&C coaches from the WBA FC Women’s Development and RTC teams to ensure a smooth transition and clear pathway into the 1st team
  • To work where possible with the Director of Football, WBA FC Women’s Development coaches, and WBA FC Girls RTC Lead and senior staff to develop and embed a transparent and productive philosophy and ‘on pitch identity’.
  • To observe a minimum of 2 x Development team fixtures and be present for 4 x RTC training sessions or Match Days in the season.
  • Preparing reports and strategic updates where requested by DoF.
  • Share expertise and experiences in an informal CPD format to Women’s coaches.
  • Lead all warm ups & post match top ups for players in match day squads


  • Ensure the Women & Girls department compliments strategically and operationally West Bromwich Albion Football Club.
  • Work with schools, colleges and University to develop further initiatives and opportunities across curriculum and beyond.
  • Develop resources that support professional development of staff and participants of the programme where necessary.
  • Developing and strengthening links with external organisations that fall within the department (e.g. WBA FC Academy, FA, Sandwell Academy, University of Wolverhampton, local junior clubs).
  • Ensuring all activities are delivered in accordance with WBA FC and Governing Body Health & Safety Guidelines and the Welfare of all participants is paramount.
  • Delivering the relevant reports and attend the relevant meetings as requested by the Chairman of WBA FC Women
  • Maintain relevant personal CPD to retain coaching and education qualifications and to develop your personal knowledge for the benefit of both yourself and WBA FC.
    Complying with the company policy requirements for Equal opportunities, Racial Equality, Sex Discrimination and Disability.
  • Using ICT as required and to gain qualifications appropriate within the field in order to carry out the role of the job.
  • Such other duties as may be appropriate to achieve the objectives of the post to assist the company in the fulfilment of its objectives commensurate with the post holder’s salary grade, abilities and aptitudes.
  • You will be expected to accept reasonable flexibility in working arrangements and the allocations of duties to reflect the changing roles and responsibilities of West Bromwich Albion FC. Any changes arising will take into account salary and status. They will also be subject to discussion with individuals or sections within the organisation.

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Applications close on 8th July 2022

Additional Information

Contract - Fixed Term
Part Time
Job Type
Sports Science & Medicine
Salary information
from £ 6,720

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