1. The Department
The Aston Villa Foundation is the official Charity of Aston Villa Football Club and prides itself in being innovative in its approach to the club being used as a ‘Force for Good’.
The Interventions department is a fundamental strand within the Foundation and is critical in supporting young people to raise their aspirations and divert them away from negative influences, within Birmingham and its surrounding areas.
2. The Role
The Interventions Officer will be responsible to lead on the planning and delivery of a variety of Intervention based programmes. You will need have the ability to create and deliver a range of sporting and non-sporting activities to empower young people to in still positive mindsets and realise their potential.
Additionally, you will have responsibility to develop and deliver workshops to educate young people on key societal issues and provide ongoing support by mentoring vulnerable and ‘at-risk’ youngsters within a 1:1 format.
For further information about the Role, please see the Role Profile.
3. The Person
We are seeking a highly skilled and driven Interventions Officer, with excellent communication and active listening skills and the ability to show empathy and motivate others.
You will need to demonstrate experience in creating, leading and delivering sport and educational interventions and hold relevant qualifications such as an NGB level 2 in a Sport. Given the need to engage with young people, the Officer must have excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to build relationships with different audiences and stakeholders.
As part of your application, please ensure you upload your CV and Cover Letter.
Right to Close Vacancy Posting Early
The Club reserves the right to close any advertised vacancies earlier than the advertised closing date if sufficient applications have been received.
Aston Villa Football Club celebrates the diversity of its Club and embrace equal opportunities for all. We are proud to be a Disability Confident employer and fully support The FAs Football Leadership Diversity Code.
We welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, race, disability, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, sex and religion or belief.
Aston Villa Football Club is fully committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk across our Club. As such, we adhere to Safer Recruitment processes and for some roles a satisfactory enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service may be required prior to starting in a role at the Club. For more information, please see Aston Villa Football Club | The official club website | AVFC - Safeguarding