Vacancy: 2019 ECFA Committee members x2
AoC Sport is now recruiting for two new members of the English Colleges Football Association (ECFA) Committee, which helps shape the future of football in further education.
The ECFA Committee has vacancies for one college member and one independent football member who will guide, advise and challenge the delivery of the ECFA strategy 2017-21 to develop football in FE.
The successful candidates will influence the development of FE student and community football nationwide, provide a voice for members / football and be an advocate for ECFA and FE.
ECFA Committee is one of three advisory groups to the AoC Sport Board. The Committee is led by Chairman Kevin Hamblin, Principal at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College and is made up of seven senior leader college representatives (including one vacancy), two independent football representatives (including a representative from The FA and one vacancy), the Managing Director of AoC Sport, and two co-opted young people from colleges.
Our aim is to create a committee with an appropriate mix of skills, experience, knowledge, diversity and independence for a modern, strategic and dynamic football committee which provides a voice for members and football, shapes the future direction of FE Football and give expert advice and appropriate challenge to the executive and AoC Sport board.
ECFA Committee members must be able to commit to attending four meetings a year usually hosted at St Georges Park, Wembley or a member college.
Please refer to the job description downloadable at the bottom of this page for more information about the role/s.
If you require any further information on the committee and these voluntary roles, please contact Lauren O’Sullivan, National Football Development Manager and FA Council Representative at Lauren.OSullivan@aoc.co.uk
How to apply:
Please send a CV and covering letter detailing why you are the right volunteer to hold a position on the ECFA Committee, in light of the information provided in the job description, along with a completed equal opportunities form to Careers@aoc.co.uk.
Please note that your equal opportunities form will be separated from your application and will not be considered by the shortlisting panel.
**Please note that all applicants must have the right to work in the UK to be considered for this role and will be expected to provide proof of this if invited for interview**
Your application must be submitted and received by 12pm (noon) on Wednesday, 2 January 2019.
Interviews will take place via Skye on Tuesday, 8 January 2019.