At Football Radar we provide executive advice for clubs and betting companies, offering world-leading insight, underpinned by unique football analysis that unravels the game at a scientific level.
Football Radar uses a qualitative methodology that sets us apart from other football analysis companies. We apply structured evaluations of every event and movement in the game and then distill these in our advanced quantitative models. Our football coverage is global, every match in the major European leagues and beyond is analysed, in order to come up with a precise prediction of the strength of each team.
For our company to thrive we need people with a passion for spotting the intricacies of the game and the ability to study these to a high standard. Over the last few years we have grown rapidly and we owe our success to the strength of our employees. There is an entrepreneurial energy surrounding our company with a professional yet friendly atmosphere. At Football Radar you will have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the most talented football minds in the world, and become a leading expert in football analytics. You’ll be helping us to change the game!New Plovdiv Branch (Bulgaria) We are glad to announce that we are currently looking to grow our data entry team in Plovdiv. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of Football Radar’s new branch office.
The Role This is not a role for the average football fan who is looking for a comfortable job in football. We take pride in our competitive environment. We use a rigorous, methodological approach to analyse football, and our employees are pushed hard to achieve their best. We seek to provide all employees with constructive feedback and support to deliver great data for the company.
Your job will be to watch football matches, both live and recorded, and register events using our software system. You will be watching football from several different leagues and you will need to learn quickly how to apply our framework.
Watching a game at Football Radar is intensive and requires meticulous attention to detail. Your data registrations will contribute to our database and each input has an important impact on our prediction of the team's strength in a match. That's why we need high levels of attention to detail for this role, and is why we invest in your training. So that you know how well you are performing, your registrations will be monitored to make sure you are working within our parameters, and to help you continue to develop your football watching skills.Terms
This is not a normal day job. As we watch leagues from around the world the office will be open 24/7. You will be working from our Plovdiv office and it is important that you are aware that there will be continuous weekend work, including evenings, late nights and early mornings. You should be prepared to change your lifestyle according to this working pattern as the fixture lists dictate.This is a full-time (40hr) role.What we're looking for
Ideally, you will have completed your education (a university degree). Academic records are not essential, but we want to see indicators showing that you are ambitious, diligent, and hard-working. Relevant experience is also a clear advantage.
You also need:
Minimum of B2 English level
Extensive knowledge of football
To be reliable, meticulous, and honest
The ability to work independently and to be self-motivated
A valid permit to work in the EU and be able to work in Plovdiv on a daily basis
To be able to attend a 2.5 week training period
If you do not match all of the above please do not apply at this current time.
The Application Process
Once you have submitted your application it will be reviewed.
After we have examined your application and CV, if successful we may arrange a telephone interview with you. The next stage is for you to attend an Assessment Centre at our Plovdiv office where you will undertake a series of tests and quizzes. The final stage is a face-to-face Interview.
Successful applicants will then begin their 2.5 week Training (including hours on the weekends). You will be able to start working immediately after completion of Training.
From Assessment Centre to the beginning of Training takes around 3 weeks and you will be told of our decision at least one week before the start of the Training programme.How to Apply
To apply, you'll need to complete a short online application form on our website. The form is a short questionnaire with an opportunity for you to explain why you're suitable for the job.
You'll also need to upload a copy of your CV, so make sure you have that ready.