ACCIDENT FUND EXECUTIVE
Position Type: Full time
Location: The PFA has facilities and offices in Manchester and London. We are flexible in terms of where the ‘home’ office will be
Salary: Competitive remuneration package
PURPOSE AND SCOPE
We are excited to be recruiting an Accident Fund Executive, who will provide support to the PFA members that are claiming medical grants from the PFA Accident Injury fund.
The Accident Fund Executive will work closely with the Chief Operating Officer, Director of Player Services, The PA to the CEO and other members of the Medical Committee. The successful candidate will have responsibility for managing the flow of applications via the Accident Fund and resolving matters as they arise.
Compiling player records and ensuring the digital database (CRM) is kept up to date
Call handling ( email responses) for Accident Fund applications
End to end processing of Accident Fund claims
Liaising with the Finance team with payment processing
Proactively seeking solutions to enhance the operation of the Accident Fund and the service quality we provide to members
PTD / Early Payment of Pension
Enhancements of the overall Accident Fund processes
Other duties as seen fit by the COO or Director of Player Services
SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS
Strong organisational and interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of the experiences shared by current former football players
Good Written Oral Communication skills.
Teamwork as well as work efficiently on your own.
Low ego empathetic
Microsoft Office / Excel / Word / In House Database
High level of integrity and confidentiality
Experience of working in football, knowledge of the football industry
Claims handling within the Private medical industry
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
The Professional Footballers Association (PFA) is the union for all current and former footballers and scholars in the Premier League, the Women's Super League and English Football Leagues.
We are committed to helping each member understand their purpose both as a professional player and a person. We provide the information, advice and support you need to help maximise the opportunities that come with playing professional football.
We're the only football organisation that solely prioritises players' needs. We offer a variety of educational, financial and wellbeing support services.
Throughout our history, the PFA has been instrumental in supporting the women's game, decreasing mental health stigma across the sport, leading the fight against discriminatory abuse of players and pushing for research into the links between neurodegenerative conditions and playing football.
We proudly amplify the players' voice to ensure their views are represented to the game's stakeholders and governing bodies.
We also protect and enhance their rights and working conditions by holding stakeholders and governing bodies to account.
Our team is passionate about helping footballers navigate personal or professional challenges, and we use our own experiences to relate to players and help prepare them for the future.
We are here to protect and support players, for football and for life.
How To Apply
To apply, please email an up-to-date CV, Covering Letter (which expresses your motivation for the role and highlights your relevant experience) to:
The closing date for applications is: 9th December 2022
The PFA is an equal opportunities employer. Our employment policies for recruitment ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender re-assignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.