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Vacancy: Football Development Officer

The closing date for applications is 9:00am on Tuesday 7th May 2024 and interviews will be held in May 2024.

Worcestershire FA is recruiting a Football Development Officer to join our team.

The role will lead on the development of the Male Game as well as being our lead for Disability and Inclusion.

We are looking for a committed, enthusiastic and flexible individual to support the delivery of our strategy. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate the required knowledge, experience and values to successfully deliver our operational plan relating to the Male Game (youth and adult) as well as leading our ongoing efforts in Disability football and making the wider game inclusive and accessible for all.

Please note: This is not a coaching role. 

You will be predominantly office-based, with the requirement to meet and work with clubs, leagues, coaches, volunteers and external partners/organisations to shape your ideas to enhance the game. The role sits within our Development Team which is made up of staff with lead areas across other areas of football (including the Female Game, Facilities and Partnerships and Referee Development).

Our recruitment pack details information about the role, working hours, salary/benefits and details of how to apply.

Click here to download the Football Development Officer recruitment pack

If you have any questions about the Football Development Officer role, please contact: support@worcestershirefa.com 

The closing date for applications is 9:00am on Tuesday 7th May 2024 and interviews will be held in May 2024.

Benefits in addition to your salary include: 20 days holiday (plus bank holidays and three company discretionary days), free on-site car parking (including electric vehicle charging points free of charge for staff), full staff kit package and the opportunity to attend any football matches across Worcestershire (with prior notice).

You will get the chance to work with our nationally recognised leaders and help us to improve the work we do. You’ll be part of a forward thinking and progressive County FA with a career in football at the local governing body of the grassroots game. There will be opportunities to progress your career across the County FA Network throughout England and at The FA with access to high-quality training, networking and personal development opportunities.