Disability ambassador vacancy

Vacancy: Disability Football Ambassador

Interested in supporting both existing and new disability football provisions within the area? This role could be for you. 

The WFA are now recruiting for a Disability Football Ambassador. This is a paid, part time role of 50 hours across a season.

The role involves supporting the development of both new and existing disability provisions within clubs in Worcestershire. This will include working effectively with grassroots clubs and relevant stakeholders, assisting clubs to find suitable funding options as well as assisting with marketing and advertising streams. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone with an interest in football and ensuring equal opportunities for all.

All applicants must be over 18, hold a full, clean Drivers License and have experience within grassroots football. Please note that this is not a coaching role. This is a development role. The successful applicant will receive kit and support from the Designated Development Officer for Disability.

Worcestershire FA is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion. Worcestershire FA welcomes applications from our under-represented communities to ensure our company is representative of Worcestershire’s diverse football community. All applications will be anonymised, ahead of being considered on merit for interview short-listing.

How to Apply: Please read and follow the steps included in the Worcestershire FA Recruitment Pack below.

Recruitment Pack - Disability Football Ambassador

Please then send your CV and a covering letter to Issey Lee-Fisher (Development Officer for Disability Football). Her email is: issey.lee-fisher@worcestershirefa.com. You will also need to complete the online application form which can be accessed here.

Deadlines: The deadline to apply for this role is Friday 21st April 3pm. Interviews will take place on Monday 24th April at the County Sports Ground, Claines Lane.

Additional Information: An interest and experience in sport development and disability football is desired for this role. If you would like to discuss the role further, please get in touch with us.