Senior People and Team Development Professional (Performance Psychology)
Ref: SPTD

Salary
Competitive
Role location
St George's Park
Type of contract
Full Time

Senior People and Team Development Professional (Performance Psychology)

OUR GOAL

Win the World Cups in 2022 and 2023 and sustain success thereafter

To deliver against this inspiring goal we are changing how we work and investing heavily to create a team of exceptional people capable of creating winning England teams. Over the next 3 years we are building the team at our world-class training facilities at St George’s Park in Staffordshire.

THE ROLE

This role will contribute to the strategic and operational development of a World leading people and team development service to all England teams across our pathway. This service will be innovative and ground breaking  ; you will be a vital team member of a faculty supporting England coaches, players, teams and support staff on key aspects of psychological, social and cultural development.

The scope is broad and exciting as you will be applying your undoubted relational skills and positive attitude to implement and enable the development of World Leading capabilities in self-management, communication, leadership, inter-personal relationships and high performance team culture.

The role is for a developmental coach who will be expected to deliver outstanding team facilitation and be able to apply motivational psychology at team and individual levels.  Central to the role is an exceptional ability to apply engaging goal setting processes, be able to use feedback to effectively create sustained performance, to balance advocacy with enquiry to outstanding effect and build deep levels of rapport.

The role will require outstanding self-awareness and a deep understanding of the how coaching beliefs about human potential impact on performance.

This role will be in a faculty of (internal and external) People and Team Development coaches and support the creation of a consistent developmental approach to England teams.

The role will entail working independently and in pressurised performance contexts. Alongside this is the capability to model and promote a multi-disciplinary approach involving all relevant disciplines.

Requiring initiative, capacity to adapt to changing circumstances, making a positive impact and high levels of energy. Self-management will be critical, as well as knowing when to seek out support when needed.

There is an expectation of strong team collaboration to ensure colleagues benefit from shared learning, insights and excellence.

THE PERSON

Educated to degree level or beyond in education, psychology or related science or arts back ground , you will have outstanding knowledge of applied educational psychology and demonstrate a belief in the capability of yourself, team members and players.

You will have experience from either elite sport and/or business environments. As a world class practitioner you will be able to evidence your use of supervision and ongoing personal development. You will have an understanding of supervisory processes and may be a coach supervisor in your own right.

You will have extensive experience of delivering people and team development in a variety of performance contexts.

You will have a track record of making a positive impact as a coach to individuals and teams throughout your career.

Being able to evidence your own learning and development is essential. There is an expectation that you will be capable of actively contributing ideas and opinions to the team and be able to accept direction as appropriate.

You will bring energy and positivity to the role, and, thriving under pressure always recover from setbacks quickly.

Your facilitation will be outstanding and you will be capable of engaging teams often in spontaneous contexts, with insightful, innovative and stimulating learning outcomes. Ultimately leading to sustained high performance.

As an excellent relationship builder you will be able to put others at ease in contexts related to their role through building rapport.

You will be a highly competent planner who can balance short, medium and long-term priorities.

You will be able to consult effectively and contract appropriately with people and teams to understand their needs. You will also be capable of finding ways to add value to your stakeholders experience during camps and beyond.

Communication will be a stand out strength in all forms, allowing you to get your message across clearly at all times.

You may not have worked in football previously, however you will possess the experience and intellectual agility to gain a deep understanding of the game and its future needs.

TO APPLY

If you believe you have what it takes to make a difference to England Team success, please apply using the link below.

The deadline for applications is midnight on Thursday 26th January 2017.

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