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Football Development Manager

The Snaith SchoolEast Riding of Yorkshire

Football Development Manager

0.2 FTE, equivalent to 7.4 hours worked over the week, flexible by negotiation and may include evenings and weekends

Scale point 17, actual salary £4898.20 per annum

Fixed term for 18 months 

Work is underway to construct a new, state of the art, all-weather 3G pitch which is expected to be completed by June 2021.  The pitch will be a massive asset to the school and the local community.  It will be available for hire out of school hours with a key aim of the project to develop girls’ football and to support disability sports in the area.

We are looking for a Football Development Manager to drive forward the new facility and engage with the local community, encouraging a diverse usage and high level of participation.

Why choose The Snaith School?

  • We are a good and successful school.
  • You will become part of a strong and friendly team.
  • We are part of The Education Alliance who invest heavily in professional development.
  • It is an exciting time to join The Snaith School and The Education Alliance as we are looking to grow and develop.  You could be part of this journey
  • Our pupils are polite, enthusiastic and hard working
  • We pride ourselves in valuing our staff

You will have:

  • Experience of working with the football community
  • The ability to establish good relationships with customers, staff and the local community
  • A focus on customer needs
  • A commitment to supporting the school and school policies

The Education Alliance encourage you to:

If you are keen to work for an inspirational, ambitious and dynamic education provider, then we want to hear from you. Visits to the school are most welcomed and can be arranged by contacting Louise Brodigan, HR and Office Manager at

Closing date:       9am Monday 17 May 2021

Interview date:        TBC

Visit to download an application form, or contact HR on 01405 860327 to request a form to be posted or emailed to you.  Completed forms should be returned to, or HR Department, The Snaith School, Pontefract Road, Snaith DN14 9LB.

The Snaith School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all employees to share this commitment. The suitability of all prospective employees will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment.

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