Football Development Officer - Workforce Vacancy
Football Development Officer - Workforce
We are seeking to recruit an inspiring and motivated individual to join us as a Football Development Officer - Workforce.
The Football Development Officer - Workforce will lead on the delivery of the coach development strategy, liaising with FA coach development workforce and key stakeholders to meet the needs of the game.
The successful individual must be able to demonstrate working knowledge of inclusion, equality, anti-discrimination and safeguarding as well as the practical experience required to develop and increase the number in our football workforce across Surrey.
The Football Development Officer - Workforce will report to the Education & Workforce Manager.
Salary Scale: £23,000 - £27,000
Closing date: Midnight on Sunday 18th July 2021
Due to the number of applications we receive for such vacancies, we are unable to respond to everyone and as such if you have not heard from us by Friday 23rd July you should consider that you have not been selected for an interview.
Interview date: Friday 30th July 2021
How To Apply:
Due to the nature of this role, the successful candidate will undergo a thorough screening process, which will include a Criminal Records Check.
Surrey FA is committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Our Equality Policy is available on our website here.
About Surrey FA
Founded in 1890, Surrey FA has a rich history with the beautiful game. Today, Surrey FA is one of the leading County FA’s in the country and is a not-for-profit organisation with charitable status. This is an exciting time for us as we continue to transform our services and set about developing our new long-term strategy to 2030.
Surrey FA supports over 3,000 teams and 60,000 players, over 1,000 referees, and 5,000 coaches. We have a network of County Members providing expertise and diversity of voice to our Working Groups, a diverse and committed Board of Trustees, and 28 staff working across 15 Local Authorities. Surrey FA was also the first CFA to achieve Intermediate Equality Standard.
What is it like to work for us?
Surrey FA is a great place to work. We are proud of our positive culture, staff well-being, and team working. We are collaborative. We support each other. The person is as important to us as the skills you can bring.
We value the benefits of partnership working to deliver better outcomes. And we are all passionate and committed to grassroots football and changing lives across our community.
We offer flexible working hours, a benefits programme designed by our staff and you’ll be based in our newly built offices at Meadowbank Football Ground, overlooking the Surrey Hills in Dorking, Surrey.