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Female Football Development Coach

An exciting opportunity has become available for a highly motivated and conscientious Female Football Development Coach to support the planning and implementation of a comprehensive, purposeful Female Football Development Strategy, whilst upholding and executing all processes relating to the monitoring and evaluation of the programmes. 
Burnley

Youth and Schools Co-ordinator

We have an exciting opportunity to join our LFC Foundation department as a Youth and Schools Co-ordinator. In this role, you will deliver a work-class secondary school programme across Merseyside. You will support those who are marginalised, ‘at risk’ of offending behaviour and those at risk of not fulfilling their potential and allowing them to develop the personal skills, knowledge, and attitude to succeed in life.   What will you be doing?  Deliver educational curriculum that both, up-skill and raise aspirations of young people and aligns with the philosophy of the LFC Foundation and partner individual schools.    Deliver curriculum aligning to accredited qualifications including the Prince’s Trust and Sports Leader.   Deliver an educational programme that raise the engagement of young people inside and outside education.     Develop a curriculum timetable which aligns with the National Curriculum and objectives set by schools.   Develop curriculum to achieve the LFC Foundation, schools, and funders KPI’s. alongside internal and external stakeholders to achieve KPI’s.   Manage the relationship with schools leads and other stakeholders to support those identified for the programme.    Develop and manage a timetable which is inclusive to all, involving group work and one-to-one mentoring sessions, when required.    Adhere to all LFC Foundation, school, and other partners Safeguarding Procedures.   Adhere to all LFC Foundation, school, and other partners Risk Assessment Procedures.   Ensure that the monitoring and evaluation framework is carried out effectively, accurately capturing data, in line with the programme reporting procedures.   Continually carry out self-assessment and further quality assurance procedures to ensure high level performance is maintained.   Manage the risk across schools to ensure the safety of all young people and staff.    Support other areas of the LFC Foundation, when required. 
Liverpool

Casual Hospitality Team Assistant

Be part of our Hospitality team and provide the supporters with a friendly, courteous, and efficient service both on the telephone and through face-to-face interaction and helping the department achieve its sales and service goals. The role will also have opportunities for Sales, relationship building, administration, fulfilment and match day set up tasks as well as club representation on a matchday. Hours are on an ad hoc basis subject to the departments needs with the expectation of being available on and before all Match Days with further hours available subject to workload.
Southampton

Interventions Project Officer (Youth Worker)

Saints Foundation bring Southampton FC to the heart of the community, using the power of the club and our passionate team to help fulfil individual potential and make Southampton a better place to live for all. Through our ‘Pathways’ area of work, we support those with risk factors to engage positively in their community, reducing the risk of offending and re-offending.
Southampton

Emerging Talent Centre Coach (Girls)

An exciting opportunity has become available for an enthusiastic and passionate coach to deliver, engage and inspire players within the Burnley FC in the Community Girls Emerging Talent Centre. 
Burnley

Academy Lead Age Group Coach

Lincoln City Football Club is seeking to appoint a Lead Age Group Coach working primarily in the Under 9-14 academy programme. Reporting to the Lead Phase Coach, the successful candidate will be tasked with ensuring the highest possible standards of planning, delivery and analysis of both coaching sessions and fixtures. The candidate will be required to have a flexible approach to working hours and will work a minimum of 3 evenings plus a game per week and will be required to work on a Sunday. The post holder will be required to work weekends and unsocial hours as part of an occasional irregular working pattern.
Lincoln

Casual Matchday Video Editor

As the Matchday Video Editor you’ll be providing video editing support to the Audio Visual team at all first team matches. The role will involve editing footage of the match and surrounding material (such as interviews or off-field clips) for the club’s digital output. Please note – this is a matchday only, casual role based at St Mary’s Stadium.
Southampton

Pastry Chef de Partie

Location: Carrow Road, Norwich, NR1 1JE Contract and Hours: 40 hours per week, 5 days out of 7 as agreed including matchdays Salary: £23,000 - £26,000 per annum, plus Company Benefits
Norwich

Assistant Store Manager

To support the store manager and to deputise in the store managers absence including day to day activities with a highly professional service encompassing floor management, team supervision, stock and display management, to ensure smooth running of the store.
Nottingham

Casual Cambridge Centre of Excellence Manager

Location: Off-site, Cambridge Contract and Hours: Casual Salary: £10 per hour worked
Norwich

Academy Sport Therapist (Part-Time)

Lincoln City Football Club is seeking to appoint an individual into post as Academy Sport Therapist on a part-time basis. Reporting to the Head of Academy Sport Science & Medicine, the successful candidate will be tasked with overseeing the treatment, management and rehabilitation of injuries, primarily across the U9-16 age groups.
Lincoln

HR & Diversity Co-ordinator

Job Location       Selhurst Park Stadium Contract Type   Full Time              Salary/ ROP        Competitive based on experience   Crystal Palace Football Club are looking for an HR & Diversity Co-ordinator. This new and exciting role will have two main elements which include recruitment and EDI.  This role will assist the Head of HR in achieving the EDI strategy for the Club by co-ordinating tasks and ensuring administration is carried out to the highest standard.  The role will also involve assisting with carrying out recruitment administration for the Club.
London

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