Do you have a passion for engaging women in physical activity?
Do you understand how to connect and work in local communities?
Can you work collaboratively with a wide variety of stakeholders?
We are looking for a dynamic team member to join us and oversee this exciting project.
This role is to lead on the Sport England funded Women’s Recreational Programme as part of the Host City Legacy Plans for UEFA Women’s European Championships in 2022.
The role will lead on projects primarily in the Southampton City boundaries but with some additional areas across the county, to engage and inspire women aged 16+. The successful applicant will grow recreational provision for local communities and links with the wider grassroots game through coaching, volunteering, refereeing and leadership.
The role will report into the Football Development team as well as the Host City Legacy Group, overseeing on the Adult Years sub-group.
If you have any questions regarding the role, please contact:
Women & Girls Football Development Officer & Southampton Host City Legacy Lead
How to apply:
Please see the accompanying job description and person specification and use this to complete the application form, which can be found by clicking here.
Hampshire FA have an understanding and commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and would be grateful if you could complete an optional, anonymous Equality Monitoring form as part of your application. By completing this questionnaire, you are helping us to plan for the future and ensure we recruit from a diverse pool of applicants that are appropriate and relevant to the community we service. Please complete the Equality Monitoring form by clicking here.
*The application form can be made available in alternative formats and should this be required please contact us to advise of your requirements
The interview process:
The final date for consideration of applications is Sunday 3rd January 2021.
Interviews will be held on Monday 11th January 2021.
Click to download Job Description and Person Specification