22. nov 2023
Sølvá J. Joensen

Fitness Coach for KI’s Top Men’s Team

KI's men's top team needs a new Fitness Coach as our current is leaving the club. Have a look at the job advertisement and see if this is something for you

KI Klaksvik is seeking an energetic Fitness Coach for KI’s men’s top team for the 2024 season, starting 1 January 2024.

As fitness coach, you will be a part of a coaching team, working in a professional football environment. You will be responsible for the athletic and physical training and development of each player, as well as taking part in making day to day decisions.

We expect that:

  • You have relevant qualification in the sports industry, physiotherapy or similar, and
    have experience as a fitness coach.
  • You are skilled in preparing and running training sessions.
  • You are inclusive and keen to ensure player well-being and achieve progress and
  • You have excellent communication skills and work well in a team.
  • You can work independently, are able to be flexible with working hours and are well

We also expect that you have extensive knowledge of/experience in:

  • Fitness sessions for training and games.
  • Football related physical strength and endurance.
  • Injury prevention training and injury rehabilitation.
  • Preparation of individual training programs.
  • Analysis of GPS tracking data.

If this sounds like you and you would like to know more about the position, please contact
the Head Coach Magne Hoseth on +298 580130 or email him at magne@ki.fo

The position is in the first instance for the 2024 season, hours and salary to be negotiated. Please send you application, together with your CV and certificates to magne@ki.fo as soon as possible.

Applications close on 10. December 2023.

About KI Klaksvik:

Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag (Sports Club of Klaksvík), better known as KÍ, is a Faroese professional football club based in Klaksvík. The club was founded in 1904 and is one of the most successful Faroese football clubs, having won the Faroe Islands title 21 times and the Faroe Islands Cup six times. The club wears blue and white and plays its matches at the Djúpumýru stadium.

For the past eight to ten years the club has grown and become more and more professional, with players from different clubs in the Faroes as well as from abroad.

Since 2016 the team has played in the qualification round for UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Conference League, and in 2023 it made history by becoming the first Faroese club to qualify for a European Group Stage.