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Performance Management Partner


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Mar 28, 2024


Post Title:                                                         Performance Management Partner
Role Status:                                                     Full time (35 hours), 12-month Fixed Term Contract
Organisational Base:                                    Home Based, in the Greater London area
Reporting To:                                                 National Operations Manager – Employability
Salary:                                                              Band 4 £29,435 - £35,525 - plus benefits package plus benefits package
We are seeking a dynamic and experienced Performance Management Partner to join our team. The Performance Management Partner will play a pivotal role in providing management and direction to the ‘training ground project’, ensuring its success and impact in the Greater London region.
If you have the skills, creativity, and commitment, if you share our passion, ambition, and values, if you can influence people and build relationships, and if you can assist our EFL Club Community Organisations (CCOs) to design, implement and review projects, then this is the role for you.
The EFL Trust is the charitable arm of the EFL and uses that platform to improve lives and make a positive contribution to communities across England and Wales. Formed in 1888 by its twelve founder members, the EFL is the world's original league football competition and is the template for leagues the world over.
We use the profile of the English Football League (EFL) and its member clubs to reach and engage people but, what we do as a charity goes far beyond football.  We have a big ambition. We want to help improve health and wellbeing, and reduce the gap in healthy life expectancy, in communities across England and Wales.
EFL Trust Benefits:
We are passionate about our people, and we think our benefits package enhances the wellbeing and job satisfaction of our employees. Hybrid working fosters a healthy work life balance where we trust our people to have greater flexibility in how they work. We want our colleagues to feel valued, to grow and develop their skills.
When you join our team, you will receive:  

Personal and professional growth opportunities through CPD and learning and development opportunities.
Become part of an inclusive culture that values authenticity
Generous benefits package including 10% pension contribution (salary sacrifice option available), access to an "everyday health plan", and membership in a "private medical health insurance”.
Supportive and collaborative environment with access to a Wellbeing Group, Mental Health First Aiders, and a People Advisory Forum.
Access to a 24-hour confidential employee helpline

Regular regional travel is a feature of the role and occasional evening and weekend working including some overnight stays.
Full details about the role can be found on our websites, and
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.
Closing Date:                    12pm on Friday 12th April 2024
Interview Date(s):           Week commencing Monday 6th May 2024

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