Posted: 09.09.20

Assistant Researcher Recruitment

Assistant Researcher Recruitment
SI are looking for avid FM players to fill a number of Assistant Researcher roles across the world. 

Successful applicants need a keen interest in football, and preferably their local clubs and leagues. You need to regularly watch first-team games and be the sort of person that devours any snippet of information about their club or domestic league, whether it’s a team’s financial status or their competition history. 

You need to be prepared to watch youth and development sides where possible and have a desire to get the relevant staff and young players represented as accurately as possible in the game.

We expect you to understand their inadequacies and be sensible about their skill level.

Being an Assistant Researcher is not a paid role, but it can be incredibly fulfilling, as attested by our Wolverhampton Wanderers researcher Dave Azzopardi. 
"It's great to see all my hard work in a game that thousands of people play every day. Even just interacting with other assistant researchers is intriguing as you learn the way they watch football and how they interpret that into Football Manager."

Key Vacancies currently available: 

  • England (Everton, Accrington Stanley, Doncaster Rovers, Northampton Town, Salford City, Sunderland and numerous clubs in the National League)
  • France (AS Monaco, four clubs in Domino’s Ligue 2 and six in the National 1
  • Germany
  • The Netherlands
  • Argentina
  • Denmark
  • Wales
  • Switzerland
  • China
  • Rest of Asia
  • Norway

It is a basic requirement that any applicant is a regular FM player, someone who understands how the game and its data works. You also need basic IT skills to operate our online database, and to keep in contact with Head Researchers throughout the season.

If you are interested in learning more about the role and the application process, as well as seeing a full list of current vacancies, please head over to the Research and Scouting section of our community forums.