Vacancy: Head of Football Development and Investment
We are looking for an experienced individual to help lead the day to day delivery of Hertfordshire FA’s Football Development priorities
This is a key role in our organisation, with responsibility to lead manage and develop the Football Development team to deliver Hertfordshire FA strategic plan targets, including increasing participation opportunities for players, coaches, referees and volunteers.
The role also covers safeguarding in the county, as well as strategic area wide planning of partnerships, effectively engaging leagues, clubs, local authorities, health, etc. to ensure a safe and enjoyable football environment for all.
- Effectively lead the day to day delivery of Hertfordshire FA’s Football Development priorities and targets in partnership with the Football Association and key stakeholders
- To Lead the delivery of the National Game Strategy in Hertfordshire
- To Lead and manage the delivery of the County FA Facility and Investment priorities in partnership with key stakeholders
The successful candidate will have significant experience of strategic Sports Development and experience of Safeguarding policies and procedures, ideally gained with a County Football Association or other relevant local sports governing body.
How to Apply
Please submit your CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Closing date for all applications is 5pm on Friday 12th April 2019. Only candidates invited to interview will be contacted. The proposed interview date is Tuesday 23rd April 2019.
For further information on the role, please speak with Karl Lingham, Hertfordshire FA CEO on 01462 650 204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would appreciate if you could complete our Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form along with your application. Completion of this form is entirely optional, however it does provide the Association with the opportunity to track the breadth and depth of the applications from different parts of the community.
This should be filled in anonymously and sent in separately. They will be collated so we can monitor diversity and will not be used to identify individuals.