East Riding County FA is seeking a Disability Football Ambassador, to support 2 and 3-star England Accredited clubs to apply the learnings from the FA Disability club training, to create and implement their own disability football game plan.
The successful candidate will be required to deliver 50 hours over the 2022/23 football season on a Self-Employed Contractor basis, working flexibility across the East Riding County FA.
East Riding County FA brings together a strong network of grassroots football members with the mission to create and enhance opportunities for everyone to find fulfilment within football.
Our values, in line with the FA are; progressive to embrace new thinking in pursuit of continuous improvement; respectful to set the standards for behaviours across the game; inclusive to ensure that football is and will remain a game for everyone; determined to serve the whole game and doing the right thing; excellent to achieve the very best outcome by sustained excellence performance.
The role will engage with selected 2 and 3-star England Accredited clubs following their completion of the disability friendly club training, to support the creation of a bespoke disability game plan which will outline new club based opportunities for disabled people which may include new playing provision, coaching opportunities and/ or volunteering roles. This will drive engagement at every level of clubs to maximize and sustain these opportunities for disabled people.
We are looking for someone with experience of developing and delivering disability grassroots football opportunities and engaging with volunteers and external partners. The role holder will be committed to attending FA Disability Football Ambassador training scheduled for February 2023.
EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST:
To express an interest in the position please submit a CV and short covering letter to Rebecca Bolton (Participation Officer - Inclusion) - email@example.com
Closing date: Thursday 3rd February 2023
Interviews: Wednesday 8 February 2023