Stewards and turnstile operators
Sheffield Wednesday currently have a number of vacancies available for stewards and turnstile operators at Hillsborough.
Applicants are required to undergo a two-day course which will be run by the club to gain their NVQ level two in Spectator Safety to qualify for the position.
For further details contact SWFC operations assistant Tim Barlow by calling 03700 20 1867 or by email Tim.firstname.lastname@example.org.
An application form for the position can be downloaded by clicking on the following link.
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Premier League kicks coordinator
The Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme are seeking to recruit a Premier League kicks coordinator.
The purpose of the role is to implement the SWFCCP Premier League Kick’s project which is aimed at young people aged eight-19 years in and around Sheffield.
The main duties and responsibilities include:
- To be an ambassador of SWFCCP by supporting us in narrowing the gap of disadvantage within Sheffield by working at the heart of the community; offering excellent customer service at all times and upholding the professional image of SWFC and SWFCCP
- To further develop the already successful Premier League Kicks project within Sheffield, ensuring all sessions are staffed, participant data is collected and sessions are of a high quality
- To oversee the planning, implementation, development and delivery of the brand new Premier League Kicks Discretionary Fund, working with severely disadvantaged young people.
- To ensure all participant data is logged as set out in the requirements by the Premier League in relation to any associated projects/programmes.
- To represent Premier League Kicks and SWFCCP at relevant activities and to develop networks with other agencies involved in sport and youth work in Sheffield and surrounding boroughs.
- To enable as many young people to have the opportunity to take part in the programme and deliver high quality sport and positive activity sessions.
- To effectively engage with hard-to-reach young people at sessions, whilst acting as a role model and a blueprint for best practice.
- To perform other duties as required, which are considered relevant to the post and to the objectives of SWFCCP.
- To represent SWFCCP at any relevant activities/events.
- Project planning and implementation
- At least five years of working with hard to reach young people
- A nationally recognised qualification in youth & community work, or a recognised equivalent
- Level 2 coaching qualification in any sport or working towards
- Level 1 in a number of other sports
- Qualified to Level 3 in Youth and Community
- Qualified in first aid
To apply please email email@example.com for an application form.
The closing date for applications is Monday 19 July.