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Central Midlands Football League Club Liaison Officer

Job description

Reporting to the League Chairman, you will be involved in liaising with CMFL Club representatives, CMFL committee members and the FA on various projects that the League is undertaking in accordance with it's Annual Development Plan.

The tasks will be wide ranging and the role would appeal to someone who would like to gain a greater understanding of the workings of an established local league operating in the National League System.

The CMFL is prepared to offer placements on an FA Level 1 Coaching Course and First Aid Course to the successful student.

This volunteering can count towards the West Nottinghamshire College Volunteering & Leadership Academy hours (enquire for more details).

 

Roles & Responsibilities:

 

Liaising with local club representatives, committee members and the FA.

Always be professional and punctual.

 

Required Experience, Skills & Qualifications:

No specific qualifications required.

You must have the ability to write in a clear, concise and appropriate manner.

Excellent communication skills.

Excellent organisational skills.

An ability to work under pressure, and to time scales.

The candidate must be hard-working and adaptable.

The candidate must be willing to learn and develop.

A car is desirable, but not essential.

 

Details

  • Apply by: 30/01/2017
  • Company: Central Midlands Football League Club
  • Pay: N/A
  • Working times/day: TBC
  • Location: Various
  • Job type: Volunteering
  • Job sector: General
  • Employers reference: N/A
  • Listing date: 21/12/2016

How to apply

For more information, contact Robert Pearce on robert.pearce@wnc.ac.uk or call 01623 627191 ext.8155

 

To apply, send a CV and cover letter to Eddie Pearce, Chairman of Abacus Lighting Central Midlands Football League, eddie-pearce@hotmail.com.

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