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WSFF job opportunities

Jobs in sport include:

Non-Executive Directors

The English Women's Golf Association is the governing body for women's amateur golf in England. The Association represents around 120,000 members, organises 28 national championships, trains and selects international players and is non-profit making.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified people for the roles of


The Association is looking to appoint up to four Non-Executive Directors to work with the Chairman, CEO and other members of the Management Board to govern and contribute to the ongoing development of the organisation. The Board meets six times a year and there is a need for a commitment of up to six further days.

Applicants must have a proven track record of success in their careers and of working effectively as part of a team, preferably at Board level. They must be able to display independence of judgement, excellent communication skills and have particular business skills in one or more of the following areas:

Strategic Planning/Risk Management
Marketing and Sponsorship
Finance and Governance
Information Technology

More information on the Association, a role and person specification can be downloaded below:

Role Description

Person Specification

Please send your CV and a letter of application to:

The Chief Executive
English Women's Golf Association
11 Highfield Road, Birmingham B15 3EB

Closing date -- 17 November 2008
Interviews to be held -- 5 December 2008


U16 Goalkeeper

Middlesbrough Girls Centre of Excellence are looking to recruit a goalkeeper for their U16 squad. For players to be considered they must be between 14 and 16 years old (over 14 by 1st September 2008 under 16 by 31st August 2008).

If you know of any talented goalkeepers who would like to be considered for the Girls Centre of Excellence, please ask them to contact the Centre Director Craig Nicholson craig.nicholson@mfcp.co.uk for more details (Please note that any player involved in club football MUST notify their club at least 7 days prior to applying for a Centre of Excellence trial).

The FA's Girls Centre of Excellence programme is the route into England age-group squads on the womens player pathway and is responsible for producing all of the players involved in the England U17 squad who are currently in the Semi-Finals at the U17 World Cup in New Zealand (visit http://www.teesvalleysport.co.uk/sports/football-women-girls for more information). Former Middlesbrough Centre of Excellence player Jordan Nobbs is the Captain of the England side. Please urge any potential future England stars to contact Craig Nicholson for a chance to realise their potential.

If you would like to add a listing, email information to info@wsff.org.uk.

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