Hours 40 per week

Role Purpose

To assist athletes enhance / correct their sporting performance through provision of expert diagnosis and practice for foot injuries, disorders, and ailments.  Also to conduct laboratory and field-type tests that are either general or sport-specific for recreational to high performance athletes, interpret and report test results and counsel / advise athletes on sport-related issues such as training methods, etc.


Key Activities


  • Provide professional services to coaches and competitive athletes to enhance the athlete’s sporting performance through applied exercise physiology.
  • Provide applied exercise physiology intervention including laboratory and field-type test that are either general or sport-specific for recreational to competitive athletes, interprets and reports test results, counsel and advise them on sport-related issues including training methods to enhance their performance.
  • Implement individual exercise physiological intervention for individual athletes, tracks their progress, and adjusts their programmes when necessary.
  • Ensure that the athlete’s exercise physiological intervention is carried out in accordance    with the athletes’ total care plan with the highest professional and service standards.
  • Responsible for regular equipment calibration in accordance to manufacturer recommendations, plus first-line cleaning and maintenance of equipment.
  • Support and improve the clinical and operational workflows of the entire sports science and medicine process, including athlete’s assessments, training methods, intervention and evaluation of training outcome. 
  • Develop professional skills and knowledge, in line with existing and new services, through continuing education and training programmes.
  • Serve as resource person for specialised skills in exercise physiology, providing support, consultation and counselling to all levels of staff.
  • Participate in professional development programme including talks, workshop, seminar, educational and research projects.
  • Keep accurate and up to date records of athlete’s assessment, treatment and progress.
  • Conduct regular multi-disciplinary case conference / meetings to discuss athlete’s requirements / needs and other related issues / problems for the improvement of his / her care.
  • Assume any other responsibilities as directed by the direct supervisor. 
  • Provide guidance and direct input to the development plans and performance management of direct reports to meet the AZF objectives.

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