Technical Directorate Office Business Support Coordinator
|Sector||Federations & LOCs|
|Function||Legal, IT, HR, Finance & Procurement, Admin|
Win the World Cups in 2022 and 2023 and sustained success thereafter.
To deliver against this inspiring goal we are changing how we work and investing heavily to create a team of exceptional people capable of creating winning England teams. Over the next 3 years we are building the team at our world-class training facilities at St George’s Park in Staffordshire.
Reporting to the Business Support Lead within the Technical Directorate Office the purpose of your varied role will be to provide high level administrative support to the Head of Women’s Performance, England Women’s Head Coach and coaching staff, and other assigned coaches.
Key elements of the role will include:
- High level administrative support to the Head of Women’s Performance and other assigned Coaches
- High level administrative support to the England Women’s Head Coach, Assistant and GK Coach
- Provide occasional cover to the England Men’s Head Coach
- Provide occasional cover to the Technical Director
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
- Evidence of high level administrative experience
- Evidence of high level diary and travel management
- Excellent attention to detail and accuracy in all areas of work
- Strong organisational and time management skills
- Ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders at all levels
To apply please follow the link below.
The deadline for applications is midnight on Friday 24 February 2017
Please note that interviews will be held at St George’s Park week commencing Monday 6 March 2017
The Football Association Group promotes Equal Opportunities in employment, and welcomes applications from all parts of the community. If you have any particular requirements in respect of the recruitment or interview process please mention this in your covering letter.
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