West Riding County Football Association
Senior Discipline Lead
Fixed Term Contract ending 30 th June 2024
- Bike to Work Scheme
- Nike Kit
- Death in Service Insurance
- Employee Pension Scheme
- Time off In Lieu Policy
- Working from Home Policy
- Flexible Working Policy
- Individual Training and Education Support Packages
We are excited to offer a unique opportunity to join our team and make a real impact, in a newly created role as Senior Discipline lead.
The job role holder will be empowered to lead a team of 2 Football Services Officers (FSO) to collectively explore and implement ways to reduce administrative workload and the complexity of workflows, improve consistency of core discipline processes and ultimately improve operations to provide a credible regulatory service to grassroots football.
The successful candidate will have a sound understanding and practical application of the FA Disciplinary Rules and Regulations and have a proven track record of operating successfully within a regulatory environment.
This fantastic opportunity reports directly to the Head of Football Development and offers the right candidate the chance to be part of a dynamic team to improve the disciplinary workflows at the County FA, improving the experience for tens of thousands of players, coaches, match official, volunteers, and spectators.
You must be able to work under pressure, handle multiple priorities and meet imposed deadlines. You will also have experience of establishing and ensuring compliance with processes.
For further information on the role, please speak with Jo de Tute (Head of Football Development):
Phone: 0113 2821222
How to apply
To apply for this position, please complete and return the online application form
12 noon on Thursday 28 th April 2022
‘Application – Senior Discipline Equality and Diversity
As an equal opportunities employer, we [West Riding FA] value diversity and welcome applicants from all backgrounds. To ensure our recruitment processes are non-discriminatory and that we maintain a diverse workforce profile, we ask applicants to complete a to enable us to collate anonymised data, which helps us to monitor the diversity profile of all our job applicants.
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Safeguarding Children, Young People, and Adults at Risk
The CFA is committed to safeguarding children, young people, and adults at risk. All eligible roles are subject to a DBS Check. This role does not involve regulated activity with children or young people under the age of 18, within the context of the job or any subsequently related activities or responsibilities and does not requires an enhanced DBS check.
If you do not have the formal qualifications specified but can demonstrate skills or experience of an equivalent standard, we would be interested in your application.