Football Services Officer

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Gloucestershire FA is seeking to recruit a new member of the Football Services team at its HQ in Almondsbury, Bristol

This opportunity offers the right candidate the chance to manage the successful 3G Football Centre operation and directly supports League / Club volunteers and participants using the Whole Game System (WGS), Player registration or taking part in County Cup competitions.

The key responsibilities are to:

- Manage the 3G Football Centre, Conference and onsite refreshment facilities

- Manage Football Centre support staff, creating rotas to ensure safe coverage of events and providing cover where necessary

- Booking and confirming pitch hire and events, including payment processing

- Administration of County Cup Competitions including coordination of Referee appointments

- Support the annual League & Club affiliation and Referee registration processes

- Conduct Club Safeguarding audits

Strong IT skills are essential, but appropriate training on FA IT systems (WGS), Safeguarding and Health & Hygiene will be provided. Generous staff benefits available include access to discounted coach education courses and gym membership.

To Apply:

If you want to be part of an enthusiastic and committed team and have a passion for customer excellence, we would love to hear from you. For an informal discussion about this role, please contact Chief Executive, David Neale on 01454 615888.

To apply, please review the role profile document and then complete the job application form and diversity monitoring form. Send the completed forms to David.Neale@GloucestershireFA.com

Closing date for applications: Thursday 26th October 2017

Interviews will take place on Friday 3rd November and the successful candidate will be offered a fixed term contract of employment until 30th June 2019

 

 

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