Vacancy: National Football Development Coordinator

Location: Central London
Deadline: 12 Jul 2017
Hours: 37.5 per week
Type of contract: Permanent (subject to continued FA Funding)
Salary: From £22,372 (dependant on experience)
Interview date: Monday, 24 July 2017

An exceptional opportunity has arisen within AoC Sport as we recruit a new National Football Development Coordinator (Women and Girls’ Football) in partnership with the Football Association. In this role you will be working collaboratively with the AoC Sport staff team to support and enhance female football participation in colleges and women and girls’ football in FEcommunities. You will co-ordinate and implement football projects and programmes to increase participation in line with the ECFA National Strategy 2017-21, contributing towards the FA Women’s Strategy. You will build strong internal and external relationships to grow college and community football under the organisation’s football brand, ECFA, in order to increase football participation measured through Sport England Active Lives and reporting to The Football Association (FA).

To be successful in this role you will have a passion for women and girls’ football and its growth in association with the development of young people. We are seeking an individual with experience of working on projects as the successful individual will support the implementation of national plans to increase participation and high quality football opportunities. You will demonstrate the ability to work independently and under your own initiative and direction. You will be effective in working in a team to generate and contribute ideas to projects and plans and see them through to successful conclusion. Effective interpersonal skills, excellent verbal and written communication and good presentation skills are essential for this role to ensure that key stakeholders engage effectively in women’s and girls’ football. Additionally you will be have a flexible approach to your work with a positive, outcome focused approach to problem solving.


This role will involve travel across England to deliver events and attend meetings with occasional overnight.

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If you have any questions about this role, please contact Lauren O’Sullivan (National Football Development Manager) on 07912 513 297 or alternatively you can email Lauren_O’



To apply, please complete the attached application form and send it to Your completed application must be submitted and received by 12pm (noon) – Wednesday, 12th July 2017


Thank you for your interest in working for AoC Sport.

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