Careers - Ladies Physiotherapist

Watford Ladies are looking for experienced Chartered Physiotherapists to join our team.

We are currently looking to expand our pool of casually employed physiotherapists to work with our squad who play in the FA Women's Super League. 

The roles will be match day cover and evening clinics. We are looking for people with evening availability particularly on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

Matches will be at both Home and Away venues across England. 

Transport is not always provided so you will need to have means of transport to get to venues. 

At least 2 years post qualification experience is preferred. Experience of working in a sporting environment, particularly with female athletes is desirable. 

An FA first aid qualification is mandatory at IFAS or AREA level.

The role will report directly to the club's General Manager.
Pay – competitive sessional rates

The successful candidate will possess a passion for the women's game and to be a part of a progressive club, working alongside the Head of Medical to improve the services offered through the medical department to our players.

Applicants should send their CV and a covering letter to: ladies@watfordfc.com
Closing date: Midday September 30, 2016 

First Team 14/09/2016

AJ | “I Have A Passion For Watford”

Anthony Joshua may be the undefeated IBF heavyweight champion of the world and a household name across the globe, but that certainly doesn't mean he's forgotten where he came from. 

Joshua's roots still very much remain in Hertfordshire where he was both born and bred, helped by his close friendship with current club captain Troy Deeney.

Watch the above the video as Watford-born Joshua speaks exclusively to watfordfc.com about growing up in the area, his affection for the Golden Boys and the support he feels from his hometown.