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Birmingham City FC Community Trust

Birmingham City FC Community Trust

Community Project Officer


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Dec 2, 2023


This role which will see coordination of the Thrive on my Doorstep project.
Our Sports Development programmes are community based with the aim of increasing engagement in sport and activity, providing opportunities to those who may face barriers to participation and developing and empowering young people to achieve potential, improve their well-being and work together to build stronger, safer and more inclusive communities.

Minimum UEFA C License Multi Sports Level Two Sports coaching qualification In date Safeguarding Children and First Aid Certificate Experience of working in community sport
​ Proven track record of working with various sports Governing Bodies
Ability to develop positive relationships with young people Ability to work as part of a team and maintain good working relationships Have a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel and data managementpackages
Ability to undertake monitoring and evaluation of projects in-line with funding requirements Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills with people at all levels both internal to external with professionalism Enthusiastic and self-motivated to make a difference within the community Able to identify own professional development requirements
BCFC Community Trust are committed to achieving an inclusive environment that promotes equality and values diversity, providing equal opportunity which is at the very heart of the work of the Trust. The Trust ensures that fair and non prejudicial access to services across the Trust is provided. It is the policy of the Trust, that no person shall be discriminated against whether they are a job applicant, service user or employee.

The Trust acknowledges and accepts it has a statutory obligation and responsibility for the wellbeing and safety of all adults at risk, children and young people who participate in the Trust activities or utilise the Trust facilities.
Where concerns about the welfare of a child or adult at risk exists, staff will always act in the best interests of the child or adult at risk.
It is the duty of all staff working at the Trust to ensure they safeguard children and adults at risk by creating an environment that protects them from harm.
Under the Disclosure and Barring Service and in accordance with the Club own rules regarding Safeguarding the post-holder will be required to meet minimum criteria regarding Safeguarding and a Disclosure and BarringCheck will be required in this post. Exceptions Order to Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 applies.

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