Premier League

Coaching Projects and Digital Learning Manager

Premier League

Location

London

Role Type

Closing Date

Est. Start Date

Coaching

Jul 1, 2021

Role description

The Premier League is responsible for the development of the Professional Game coaching workforce in partnership with the Professional Game partner organisations (PL, FA, EFL, PFA, LMA) via the ongoing delivery of the Integrated Coaching Strategy (ICS.) The Premier League have developed a long-term strategic plan named the Elite Coaching Plan (ECP) with the goals of; 1) Elevating the quality of the English Coaching System and; 2) Changing the global perception of the English Coaching System.
Key responsibilities
The purpose of the role is to project manage learning and technology-based projects which support the coaching workforce across all Premier League and EFL Clubs. As a Project Manager you will:
Be a member of the Coaching Team and specifically the Planning and Projects Team which is responsible for the delivery of the ECP
Project manage and support in the development of a digital learning strategy for Premier League coach development programmes
Project manage and support the development of the strategy for the Learning and Management System (LMS) for the coaching workforce
Manage and support specific development programmes and develop online leaning content
Create and manage project systems and structures including the following:
Budget planning, forecasting and tracking
Project planner, tracker, analysis of KPI’s and review system
Resource management (on-line LMS system)
Quality assurance and standards
Risk and issue management
Employ business analysis skills, including measurement of Objectives and Key Results (OKR) for relevant projects
Work closely with the all project staff to ensure that systems and processes across ECP projects are coherent
Manage and communicate with all stakeholders (including Coaches, Academy Managers, Heads of Coaching, other senior Club staff, Premier League Mentors, Club Mentors, Premier League Staff) and other Professional Game Partners including the PFA, EFL, FA, and the LMA to ensure a successful completion of the projects
Represent the Premier League in relation to Coaching matters with Clubs and other football bodies where relevant
Perform any other duties or responsibilities as the PL may reasonably require
Key responsibilites
Essentials
Experienced Project Manager with ample experience (preferably education and IT projects) applying Project Management methodology on large-scale, high profile projects (ideally in elite sport)
Understanding of the principles of Coaching Development in a football environment
Professional Qualification in project management
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
High level communication (oral and written) skills
High level emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills
High level planning and organisational skills
Leadership - experience of implementing a project vision
DBS clearance – to be obtained via Premier League, prior to job offer
Nice-to-haves
Degree level or equivalent
Experience of working in education and the Football industry
The Premier League is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. All appointments will be made based on merit.


Benefits
Our competitive range of benefits includes:
Private medical insurance
Permanent health insurance
Life insurance
Subsidised gym membership
Health screenings
Mental health support
Cycle to work scheme
Season ticket loan
Pension scheme
Discounts with commercial partners
Access to match day tickets
About The Premier League
The Premier League is the top tier of England’s football pyramid, which produces some of the most competitive and compelling football in the world. With our Clubs, we use the power and popularity of the competition to inspire fans, communities and partners in the UK and across the world.

We bring people together from all backgrounds and we are a competition for everyone, everywhere – available to watch in 880 million homes in 188 countries.

The Premier League head office is based in central London and the organisation delivers across a range of roles, including football, coach development, community, youth development, safeguarding, broadcast, commercial, communications, digital, finance, legal, marketing and policy.

Work at the Premier League varies greatly and we are committed to delivering equality, diversity and inclusion across the organisation. We look for people who excel at what they do and would be a positive fit for the organisation, regardless of their background.

Application Deadline: July 02, 2021