Referee Development Officer Vacancy
We are delighted to offer this fantastic opportunity to registered referees looking to make an impact on refereeing across Northamptonshire.
The Referee Development Officer will be responsible for supporting referees in grassroots football, and identify areas of need for match officials across all formats of the game.
You will also have the chance to identify referees with potential to progress through the pyramid and join the Centre of Refereeing Excellence Programme.
At Northamptonshire FA, we're committed to keeping everyone safe in grassroots football. The RDO role will also see you collaborate with the Designated Safeguarding Officer in all matters involving under-18 referees and adults at risk within refereeing.
The role will also allow you to help fellow referees in the registration process, and provide guidance on how to submit discipline reports.
To perform in this role, you must have outstanding communication and presentation skills, as well as project management skills and experience.
For further information on the role, please speak with Luke Scott (Football Development Manager):
Phone: 01604 670741
How to apply
To apply for this position, please complete & return the online application form.
Closing date: 9am on Monday 22nd August 2022 - Applications received after this time will only be considered in exceptional circumstances.
Interviews: Thursday 25th August
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Equality & Diversity
As an equal opportunity’s employer, Northamptonshire 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 Diversity Monitoring Form to enable us to collate anonymised data, which helps us to monitor the diversity profile of all our job applicants.
Safeguarding Children, Young People & 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.