County FA Inclusion Group Recruitment

Sarah Wood
An exciting opportunity to become a member of the SHCFA Inclusion Group

This is an exciting opportunity to become a member of the Sheffield and Hallamshire Inclusion Group playing a crucial role transforming the football landscape in South Yorkshire.  

The Sheffield and Hallamshire CFA is a Company Limited by guarantee and a registered charity. We exist to lead football locally. Making football easy to access and creating a safe and enjoyable experience FOR ALL.

We do this by promoting all formats of football, understanding the needs of players, referees, coaches and volunteers. Working in partnership and influencing football providers. 

The services we provide are;   

• Enabling new opportunities to play
• Supporting clubs and leagues
• Developing coaches, referees and volunteers 
• Improving pitches and facilities 
• Making the game inclusive, safe and enjoyable
• Regulating the game

The CFA aspires to use football to improve the health and well-being of as many of the 1.6 million people who live in the County as possible. 

We are looking for new members who can act as an advocate for SHCFA, promoting a culture of respect for inclusion and championing anti-discrimination across football.  Members will offer independent advice and guidance on all matters of equality and specifically in one or more of the following protected characteristics: age; race; gender; disability; mental health; faith; sexual orientation and gender.  

For more information about the Inclusion Group and how to apply please download the Information and Recruitment Pack.  Deadlines for applications are 7th September.  For further information about the Inclusion Group please contact Sarah Wood on 0114 261 5500.

As this role may involve direct access to young persons under the age of eighteen, within the context of the job or any subsequently related activities or responsibilities, the successful candidate may undergo a thorough screening process, which will include a Criminal Records Check to ensure their suitability for the role. 

All successful candidates will be required to undertake safeguarding training appropriate to the role and will have to adhere to the CFA’s Volunteer Code of Conduct. 


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