UEFA

Disciplinary Assistant

UEFA
 
Location Nyon, Switzerland
Posted 03/12/2018
Closes 31/12/2018
Sector Federations & LOCs
Function Legal, IT, HR, Finance & Procurement
Contract Type Permanent
Hours Full Time
Salary Competitive
 

Job Description

Job information:

Division / Unit: Legal Affairs / Integrity and Regulatory Matters
Contract type: Permanent
Start date: As soon as possible
Location: Nyon

Profile:

The Disciplinary Assistant provides administrative support to the unit and is responsible for ensuring proper implementation of its administrative processes.

 

Purpose:

- Handling the disciplinary validation of all UEFA matches, as well as post-match disciplinary correspondence with national associations and clubs;
- Entering all disciplinary decisions in UEFA's Football Administration Management Environment (FAME) and ensuring the electronic transfer of fines to the Finance Division;
- Keeping the disciplinary database up to date;
- Updating intranet website for the disciplinary services unit;
- Assisting national associations and clubs with general disciplinary matters;
- Preparing disciplinary information and reports (final tournament letters, statistical reports, etc.);
- Organising meetings and hearings of UEFA's disciplinary bodies (issuing invitations, coordinating travel, preparing meeting rooms etc.);
- Supporting the unit's work on various different projects and events (the Football Law Programme, workshops, etc.);
- Handling internal and external invoices, creating purchase orders and following up on payments.

Requirements:

Experience required:
- From 1 to 3 years' experience as an assistant
- From 1 to 3 years' experience working in a football organisation would be an asset

Education:
- Business administration education or a similar field
- Law degree would be an asset

Languages:
- English / Proficient
- French / Proficient
- German / Advanced

Additional requirements:
- Advanced knowledge of MS Office
- Knowledge of SAP would be a strong advantage
- Ability to operate within an international environment
- Team spirit and interpersonal skills
- Strong interest in football recommended
- Discreet
- Available to work at weekends when required

UEFA

The Union of European Football Associations is the administrative body for association football in Europe.

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