Vacancy At AFC Liverpool
Mon 13th April 2015 | AFC Liverpool | By Ian Templeman
AFC Liverpool are seeking a new Club Administrator for a phased-in start, in preparation for the 2015/16 season.
With some major club developments and additions on the horizon, it’s an exciting time for AFC Liverpool and the club are looking for a suitable individual to take over the essential role as the club’s Match Administrator. The current title holder, Wayne MacDonald, will be making the step up to a board position and therefore will be unable to carry on with this duty.
The club are looking for someone with excellent organisational and communication skills to work alongside the club’s Manager, Youth Development Officer and Chairman.
Experience within similar positions or an understanding of football administration and compliance would be preferred.
The main purpose of the role is to be the principal football administrator for the club. The post holder carries out or delegates all the administrative duties that enable the club’s football teams to function properly.
Official contact between club, County FA, leagues and other clubs
Work closely with club appointed officers in ensuring the smooth running of the club’s football teams
Ensure club affiliation and league membership
Ensure effective correspondence and communication
Match day duties to support team and officials
Pre match arrangements with opposition and officials
Handling player and club discipline reports
Attending League AGM and any EGM’s.
Dealing with correspondence
This is a voluntary unpaid position. Applicants must be able to attend all home and away games and all club and league meetings when required.
The club hope to find an applicant who can get involved this season, working alongside Wayne, in order to become familiar with the role prior to 2015/16 season onwards.
Those who are interested should contact the club in writing in the first instance by email to email@example.com.