Careers: First Team Data Analyst Internship

Watford Football Club has a Data Analyst internship position available for the 2022/2023 football season. The successful candidate will work closely with the first team, reporting to the First Team Analytics department.

You will learn and grow at a rapid pace and, at times, in a demanding elite environment.

The normal place of work will be the London-based Watford Football Club Colney training ground and, on occasion, the Vicarage Road stadium. Positions are full-time, but working hours will vary depending on all teams’ match slates. Please note that evening and weekend hours will be required.

This internship is reserved for current undergraduate students studying Computer Science, Mathematics or Sports or an equivalent degree, and who are looking for an internship opportunity in the field of Data Science or Analytics. (Please note that we cannot accept applicants who complete their studies this summer).

Download the full course description HERE.

Employer: Watford Football Club
Job title: First Team Data Analyst Internship
Location: Watford Football Club – Training Ground, London Colney
Type: Full time for the 2022/2023 season
Passport/Visa: Must be eligible to work in the UK
Closing Date: 5 p.m., May 31, 2022

Application process:

1. Please download and complete an internship application form located on the club’s website in the careers section.

2. Please send the completed application form, a cover letter explaining why you would be suitable for the position, a copy of all relevant qualifications, the right to work in the UK and your CV by email to [email protected] or by post to HR Admin, Watford Football Club, Vicarage Road Stadium, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD18 0ER.

3. If you need information on how to complete the application form, please refer to the “Application Form Guidance Notes” which can be found on the club website in the Careers section.

4. Please note that depending on the role and if the pre-selected reference request can be taken before the interview.

Sean N. Ayres