Exciting role within a growing organisation
The AFC Wimbledon Foundation is seeking a dynamic individual to help further enhance the charity’s work in the community.
Below is a summary of information about the Foundation and how you can make a difference in this role.
AFC Wimbledon Foundation is a registered charity and the official community scheme of AFC Wimbledon. On an annual basis, the charity engages with over 55,000 people through its sports, education, social inclusion, health and disability based programmes which seek to use football and sport to inspire and improve lives of people within the clubs community.
Position: Assistant Head of Foundation
Contract Type: Full Time
Number of Hours: 35 including evenings & weekends
Salary: £22-25k per year dependent upon skills and experience
Benefits Package: 28 days holiday, including bank holidays
The charity is seeking a dynamic, organised and ambitious individual to help take on the new role of Assistant Head of Foundation within the charity. Over the past year, the charity has seen a steady level of growth and is now looking to expand by establishing this post in order to help support the foundation Executive Director.
The candidate will initially be responsible for ensuring the charity fulfils all of its daily obligations, which includes over 100 coaching and education sessions, as well as the implementation of its policies and procedures across its delivery spectrum. Furthermore, they will be required to design and implement quality assurance systems, manage the charities 15-plus delivery staff on a daily basis, and oversee its monitoring and evaluation requirements.
In addition, the individual will be responsible for assisting the Executive Director in the development of new business and managing the charities future growth. All applicants should hold a minimum of an FA Level 2 coaching badge and have previous experience of working in a community sport organisation. The role is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to go into strategic sports development in the future.
Day to day responsibilities will include:
Maintaining and developing relationships with key stakeholders including schools, local community organisation and funding bodies. •
Day to day management of the charities delivery staff. •
Implementation of quality assurance systems and policies and procedures. •
Management of the charities monitoring and evaluation. •
Implementation and delivery of delivery staff CPD. •
Development of new programmes and securing new funding streams. •
Please note that this role is subject to a successful DBS & reference check.
All interested candidates should e-mail a covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The closing date is 12 midnight on Friday, 10 April 2015. Interviews will take place on the morning of Friday, 17 April 2015.