Vacancy for women’s football co-ordinator

Vacancy for women’s football co-ordinator

Job Description

Job Title: Women’s Football Coordinator
Hours of Work:
10 to 14 hours per week 
Department:
Academy 
Salary:
Competitive 
Contract:
Part Time 
Responsible to:
Academy Manager 
Responsible for:
Women’s Team, Academy Girls Team, U15/16 Team and ETC 
 
Structure & Purpose of Role


Oversee the implementation and evolution of the club’s women’s football strategy with monitoring progress. Lead, drive and optimise the strategic development of women’s football in various aspects such as participation growth, performance, competitions, club and league development, coach education, commercially, regulatory framework and governance, social impact, professionalism providing leadership.
 
Core Responsibilities
 
o Develop new concepts and create effective and efficient programmes.
o Set up the women’s football division and manage the team.
o Drive cooperation and partnerships with internal and external parties to benefit the growth of women’s football.
o Overseeing The ETC Girls Programme.
o Overseeing The U15/U16 Women’s Teams.
o Contribute to the clubs overall strategic objectives and transformation relative to the women’s pathway.
 
Any other duties as required by the football club within the reasonable demands of the role.
 
Person Specification
 
Dedicated to self-improvement and continuous professional development.
 
Committed to working to and promoting the philosophy of the football club and to promoting and displaying standards of excellence.
 
Be an ambassador and positive role model for Chesterfield Football Club.
 
Qualifications
o UEFA A Licence. (Desirable)
o Degree in a relevant discipline.
o 10 years+ experience in various capacities in football organisations, ideally in football administration and development. (Desirable)
o In depth knowledge of football ecosystem, regulatory framework, and development mechanisms. 
o Experience with governmental and/or business partners as well as with non-governmental organisations. 
o Playing, coaching and/or refereeing experience an asset.
o Analytical skills.
o Strong sense of accountability, responsibility, and integrity.
o Team player with outstanding communicational skills and ability to work under pressure
Committed to ongoing annual CPD to maintain licence
DBS, First Aid, and FA Safeguarding Certificate

Applying for the Role
 
Applications in writing with a covering letter and/or document which specifically outlines your suitability for the role, along with a CV detailing your skills and experience.
 
Please provide the names of two industry referees.
 
Send your covering document and CV to nigelsmith@spireitestrust.org.uk
 
Closing date for applications: June 24, 2022
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