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FIFA

FIFA

Junior Case Manager Disputes (Freelance)

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USA

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Feb 25, 2024

ROLE DESCRIPTION

As the organiser of some of the biggest and most iconic sport events in the world, we lead the way in the sport and event industry.Join the team as a freelancer and support us on our mission.



THE POSITION



These are your key tasks:

Carrying out the initial analysis of claims received by FIFA via the Legal Portal and ensuring the completeness of case files
Supporting other members of the Disputes and Regulatory Applications Department in the preparation of case files for decision by the FIFA Football Tribunal
Giving written and/or oral advice on the regulations as well as on general legal issues to players, clubs, member associations, agents, legal advisors, etc.
Interpreting transfer and employment-related contracts within the context of proceedings before the FIFA Football Tribunal




YOUR PROFILE



We work hard at FIFA.We are dedicated, ambitious and innovative.And we respect our values. Always.For all roles, we seek talented people with an entrepreneurial spirit and a global mindset.The specific competencies we require for this position are:

College degree in law
Qualification to practice law in the relevant jurisdiction an asset
Specialization in sports law or proven track record within the football industry an asset
Experience with the Transfer Matching System (TMS) an asset
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
Autonomy and excellence, positively impacting the efficiency and quality of work, resulting in an optimal service to stakeholders
Self-confidence and diplomacy
Legal experience in a sports-related environment an asset
Fluency in English
Proficiency in MS Office (Word/PowerPoint/Excel/Outlook)
Familiarity with Jira an asset




About FIFA

We are FIFA, the global governing body for football.Our vision is to make football truly global, diverse and inclusive, for the benefit of the entire world. The last FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022 attracted more than 5 billion viewers and the last FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in 2023 was the greatest-ever FIFA Women's World Cup that inspired millions of girls and women around the globe. The opportunities for growth are exciting.We are a modern organisation with over 850 passionate employees who are Living Football every day. Our headquarters are based in Zurich, Switzerland, and we have offices in Miami and Paris, plus eleven regional offices from New Zealand to India, Congo, Panama and Paraguay.

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