Arsenal Women Football Club (AWFC) is searching for a full-time Psychologist to lead and support the delivery of a congruent psychology and wellbeing service for its First Team, focusing delivery on psychological support, assessment, intervention and consultation for players - on and off the pitch. This will include coaches and key stakeholders within the Women's Team. Supervision is offered to support in delivering this purpose. The position is full-time, 5 days per week (includes some antisocial hours such as evening and weekends) and will involve observation at training and games.
Reporting to the Club's Head of Psychology & Wellbeing, the successful candidate will:
To apply, please ensure you meet the person specification criteria below, and submit a CV and accompanying cover letter of no more than 2 pages, before 3pm on Friday 12 March. Your cover letter should outline how, in your work, you apply any three aspects of the 'essential qualities and experience' listed in the Person Specification.
ESSENTIAL QUALITIES AND EXPERIENCE
Must be able to demonstrate:
Desirable attributes and experience:
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