Poste à pourvoir: Rangers FC


Club: Rangers FC
Contract: Full Time
Closing Date: 20th October 2020
How to Apply
If you can add value to our team please email your CV and cover letter to

JOB TITLE: Senior Clinical Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

REPORTING TO: First Team Doctor & Head Physiotherapist 

LOCATION: The Hummel Training Centre        

EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Permanent, Full time

SALARY: Dependent upon experience                


An exciting opportunity has arisen to join The Glasgow Rangers F.C. Medical and Sports Science Department. We are currently seeking a Senior Clinical Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist to work primarily with the First Team Squad.

The successful candidate will lead on the provision of manual therapy within the first team medical department. We are looking for a person who will bring fresh ideas, enthusiasm and energy to the role and who will demonstrate and promote the clubs core values. The position is full-time, based at the Hummel Training Ground, working as part of a Multi-Disciplinary Team focused on developing the Department and driving success.

The successful applicant will be joining a well-respected and forward thinking Medical and Sports Science Department who promote the health and well-being of the playing staff. Our ethos is optimising resilience of healthy/injured athletes, prevention of injuries and minimising recovery time during rehabilitation, in order to maximise availability.

Your responsibilities will include the following:

Ensure squad players under your care receive appropriate assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries.
Lead in the provision of manual therapies.
Care of injured players in the treatment room, progressing to gym-based then pitch-based activity, reflecting both the mechanical and physiological demands of the game
Liaise daily with the First Team Doctor and Head Physiotherapist at the training ground to provide/establish injury and treatment strategies for players under your duty of care.
Support and improve the delivery of Profiling and injury mitigation strategies across the First Team squad.
Contribute to the Department’s commitment to research and development.
Assist first aid and pitchside cover for training and games as required.
Monitor and reflect upon the practices and treatment you provide to ensure continual professional development.
Ensure all medical records are maintained and updated accordingly in line with the relevant bodies’ rules and regulations.
Assist fellow Physiotherapy and Sports Science staff to ensure the Medical and Sports Science Department is efficient and effective across all phases.
Adhere to club policies with particular emphasis to safeguarding children and equality.

The essential candidate attributes include:

HCPC registered Physiotherapist .
Minimum of five years’ experience working in a similar role within elite sport.
Eligibility to work in the UK.

Relevant Masters Level qualification in Manipulative Therapy.
If the candidate does not have such a Masters qualification, then extensive experience in spinal and pelvic manipulation is required.
Knowledge of Sports Science / Strength and Conditioning

Rangers Football Club is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy and maternity.

Rangers Football club also welcomes applications from suitably qualified members of the armed forces family.


The candidate must keep up to date with new methods and undertake any necessary internal or external training sessions in accordance with Company Policies and Procedures. Successful candidates will undertake a PVG Disclosure check.



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