Strength And Conditioning Coach

Job Description

King's Sport & Wellness are seeking a qualified Strength & Conditioning Coach to support our TASS/FA funded programme of support in collaboration with Charlton Athletic Women's Football Club WSL Academy Development Squad. The individual will work closely with the Charlton staff to deliver high quality Strength and Conditoning focussed towards the players within Charlton WSL Academy.

The successful candidate will create a positive, responsive and productive relationship with the dual career athletes, the coaches, other support staff and King's Sport & Wellness. 

We are looking for a sports therapist to deliver support weekly on Monday (5:30-9:30pm) & Saturday (12:30-4:30pm) (Hours may differ slightly depending on need) at Charlton Training Ground, via Footscray Rugby Club, 239a-241 Footscray Road, Eltham SE9 2EL.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • To work with other members of the Performance Sport Team to promote and create a high-performance environment in which the individuals involved feel supported and valued.

  • To work closely with the Charlton Athletic WSL Academy multi-disciplinary team feeding back regularly to the TASS lead and Academy Manager/ Head Coach.

  • Be proficient in the administrative duties of the S&C delivery, providing key information in a timely manner to Performance Coordinator and any other stakeholders.

  • Work in partnership with Charlton Athletic WSL Academy delivering best practice S&C coaching in line with the clubs' philosophies.

  • Research current best practise in S&C and design appropriate programmes to ensure all athletes receive safe and effective training programmes.

  • Lead on the delivery of gym and pitch based physical performance sessions tailored for differing needs of each-individual within the team.

  • Produce and lead end stage rehabilitation sessions with injured athletes.

  • Develop and lead on physical assessment procedures with athletes and ensure all data is recorded, interpreted and presented back to key stakeholders.

  • Collaborate with the medical provision ensuring best practice injury prevention methods are conducted. Monitor athletes wellness and physical load throughout each week.

  • Produce individual and team phase reports including readiness, recovery, training and conditioning data. Provide high level of interpretation, recommendation and feedback to coaches and medical department.

  • Educate all performance athletes on recovery methods and effectiveness.

  • Promote adherence to ethical guidelines and regulations with regard to drugs and doping in sport, in line with UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) guidelines.

  • To work with the Charlton Athletic WSL Academy guiding a positive working relationship between King’s College London and Tottenham Hotspur. 


  • You must hold UKSCA Accreditation

  • A degree in Sport & Exercise science (or equivalent) or commensurate Performance Sport

  • Must hold DBS, FA Safeguarding Children Course, UKAD Clean Sport Advisor or be willing to complete if appointed.



  • You will have experience of working within a professional team sport, and in the provision of strength and conditioning services to high performance elite athletes.

  • You should be experienced in player profiling, alongside developing, and delivering strategies to enhance physical development in football players

  • Extensive knowledge of applied functional anatomy including demonstration of expert clinical reasoning skills is also required for this post.

  • You will uphold a player centred approach throughout

  • Be an adaptable communicator skilled at using behaviour change techniques to maximise outcomes for individuals

  • Be able to work effectively with members of the MDT and King's Sport & Wellness performance team 

  • Able to manage a diverse caseload, working individually and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

  • Able to adapt to the demands of the job and needs of the players and staff.

  • Strong IT skills with the ability to use e-mail, Word and PMA to a high standard.

  • Dedicated to self-improvement and continuous professional development.


This is a 2.5-week role leading online HIIT exercises classes to participants of an ongoing clinical study. You will be provided with the exact program that will be delivered. The classes are every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from (flexible start date for training) Wednesday 22nd March to Monday 10th April on the following schedule:

  • Wednesday 29th March & 5th April: 6:30am, 2pm, 5pm

  • Friday 31st March: 7am, 5pm

  • Monday 3rd April: 7am, 2pm

  • Good Friday 7th April: 1 session time TBC (whatever suits you)

  • Easter Monday 10th April: 1 session TBC (whatever suits you)

+ shadowing classes/training for each session prior to starting independently on Wednesday 29th.

The sessions are delivered online through Microsoft Teams and consist of 1-3 people per session. You are there to demonstrate the movements, ensure everyone’s form is good, and time the intervals for the participants. Also heart rates are collected from each participants before, during and after the sessions.

Each session takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.

The time requirement for this role is 15 hours total (12 hours of classes + 3 hours of training).


Qualification in a related field (e.g., physiotherapy).


Prior knowledge of exercise/fitness and proper form preferred (e.g., physiotherapy, PT qualification).

Job purpose

To main focus of the post holder is dedicated to effectively provide confidential, professional administrative support to the Head of Housing Services and to the Housing Services team. To effectively provide a customer focused reception service of excellence for Housing Services. To be the first point of contact for, and to represent the team, both internally and externally, whether in person, by telephone or by email, responding to all generic enquiries or by referral to an appropriate team member when escalating non-routine enquiries.

The post holder will be required to support the Head of Housing Services in delivering a customer focused service of excellence; providing advice and guidance encompassing the broad range of housing options available to students and staff.  The range of this role is not limited to the Queen Mary halls of residence, but includes nominated private providers, private housing as well as homestay or short stay options.


Main duties and responsibilities

  • To provide a customer focused first point of contact to students, staff and private landlords, the public and other external bodies, judging when to pass on or escalate complex queries.

  • To check all applications received for housing eligibility, and issue relevant and timely feedback to applicants.

  • To represent Housing Services at all Queen Mary internal and external events, particularly at main residential arrival and departure days, to provide and sustain a positive image for Residential Services

  • To manage and keep updated the Housing Services team diaries.

  • To check the accuracy and relevance of information and imagery on the Residential Services website..

  • To provide administrative support to the Housing Services team.

  • To advise the Head of Housing Services on noticeable trends in customer enquiries.

  • To be flexible at key times within the university calendar to support the delivery of services that will be outside normal business hours, which will include working in the evenings and at weekends

  • To comply with all Queen Mary and Directorate policies and procedures and demonstrate a commitment to the Directorate purpose statement and values

  • To implement recognised good practice in communication and cohesion, to promote the culture and behavioural change programme that has been embarked upon by the Directorate.


GCSE, NVQ (Level 3) or City and Guilds in English and Maths or equivalent


  • Significant experience working within an HEI or privately built student residential environment

  • Significant experience working in a customer service environment providing exceptional customer service

  • Understanding of the relevant regulations and national codes of practice and the implications of non-compliance

  • Experience managing conflicts, resolving or escalating complaints, with the ability to use own initiative to handle difficult situations with tact and sensitivity

  • Familiarity with budgeting and financial management

  • Knowledge and understanding of HEI Admissions systems, key dates and SITS student record system

  • Knowledge of the private sector housing market


  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with staff and external contacts at all levels

  • Computer literate with a good knowledge of Microsoft Office software, particularly Excel

  • Able to plan, manage and monitor a variety of commitments, balancing workloads to meet service demands

  • Excellent attention to detail and a systematic approach to work

  • Friendly, approachable, diplomatic and able to relate to people

  • Flexible attitude and willing to learn, develop and improve both individually or as part of a team


  • Able to deal with personal, private and confidential issues with appropriate discretion (Data Protection Act)

  • Able to manage job role in line with customer expectation of Equality and Diversity Policy

  • Able to identify resolutions to problems and utilise analytical skills

About us

The Data Governance and Security team with SED develops, maintains, and supports system and process security, data governance, data protection compliance, regulatory reporting, and external and internal audit requirements. The team ensures that strategies and procedures in relation to these areas are fit for purpose and is responsible for providing a ‘gold source’ of all student and course information data to ensure best practice.

About the role

The Senior Student Data Assurance Officer will provide assurance and operational support to colleagues engaged in both internal/external reporting and in business as usual activites that rely on the quality of our student data. This will entail the provision of end-to-end administrative support in triaging enquiries, resolving student data quality issues, supporting the statutory HESA data return (submitted in August and September 2024) by fixing data errors and supporting the generation of HEARs (online transcripts) for students.

This would be an excellent opportunity for a candidate who is interested in gaining experience in working with data, making operational use of IT programmes such as Excel and SQL and who wish to utilise their skills to ensure that the quality of our student data is accurate and of the highest quality.

This is a temporary role, with an end date of 8th November 2024.


We think a wide range of different work and educational experiences could support you to be successful in this role. Relevant work experience might include work in data management or analytics. Relevant educational experiences might include higher education in a related discipline, professional qualifications or other training


The following skills would be essential in the role:

-Excellent IT skills, including experience of Office software (Word, Excel, Outlook email, web etc.) 

-Good communication skills and a willingness to work in a team, with multiple stakeholders

-The ability to deal with competing priorities

Experience of SQL and using a student records system would be desirable