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Head of Business, Compliance and Operations

8 months ago

London City Lionesses

27 Current Jobs Opening(s)

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Main Duties/Responsibilities Business Compliance • Ensure all FA licencing and league requirements and documentation is produced and submitted, to deadlines, throughout the year including salary cap, facilities, training hours etc. • In collaboration with the Director of Football, lead on promotion readiness requirements, including any grant applications. • Manage all player and staff contract documentation, including correctly processing in accordance with FIFA, FA, and League procedures. Operations • In collaboration with the Director of Football and Operations & Player Care Manager, oversee all day-to-day operations at K Sports. • Develop and implement system and processes to ensure business continuity including electronic document management. • Ensure all away match day operations requirements are delivered including liaison with opposition, travel and accommodation as required. • Ensure all home match day operation requirements are delivered including liaison with opposition, referees, Dartford FC, stewarding, ticketing etc. • Manage match day experience on all home game days, liaising with marketing and communications staff to promote and co-ordination of volunteers & interns. Staff Management • Create a positive working culture by fostering a work environment that is appropriate to our values; professionalism, respect, integrity, discipline, and effort. • Manage and support direct reports including personal development • Oversee the onboarding of new staff and players in conjunction with the Director of Football, Head Coach and Operations & Player Care Manager. All other duties that may arise from time to time and fall within the scope of the role. Person Specification • Business acumen with experience in a general business/management role and ideally within a sports club/ development environment. • Experience of development and delivering strategy. • Experience of developing and managing budgets. • Experience of grant application processes. • Excellent communication skills with the ability to build meaningful, strong strategic relationships. • Strong IT and project management skills. • Ability to work flexibly, including weekends and independent travel. • Awareness of diversity and equality challenges in football. • Empathy and commitment to the long term development of the women’s game. • Strong existing relationships within the women’s football pyramid in England, ideal but not essential. How to apply If you have the aspiration, drive, and qualifications to join our professional Club, please send your CV, cover letter (2 pages maximum), current salary and available start date to email.

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