Management Assistant & Events Fundraising Officer

Closing Date: April 24, 2015
Salary: Dependant on experience and qualifications.
Location: Nottingham

An exciting new opportunity is available for a candidate with an interest in sports and community work at Notts County FC Football in the Community’s (FITC) award-winning scheme.

FITC has a wide range of community projects, working with people of all abilities, disabilities, ages and cultural backgrounds. In addition to this grassroots work, during the last year FITC took over the operation and management of Portland Centre, as well as playing a key role in Nottingham’s successful bid to become Sport England’s first City of Football.

As a result of these recent success and growth, we are looking to recruit an individual whose ambitions matches ours. FITC is highly respected locally, regionally and nationally, offering great opportunities to staff who rise to the challenge.

The successful candidate will be organised, confident, outgoing and persuasive. They will be a clear, concise communicator with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills.

This opportunity is perfect for an individual who would like to work in a dynamic, professional sports organisation with an excellent reputation nationally.

Additional information
FITC’s aim is to provide high quality, accessible, life changing opportunities through sport and physical activity, improving people’s health, confidence and skills, increasing positive behaviours and bringing enjoyment to the people we work with.

This is a new position at FITC which will play an important role in supporting the senior management team and generating new funding streams through events and persuading involvement from businesses and members of the public.

The ideal candidate will need to show flexibility due to the breadth of this role. They will be able to work with a demanding workload and multi-task, both behind the scenes and in assisting our fundraising team to generate revenue to deliver projects for communities across Nottingham.

The successful candidate will work closely with the Community Director and Senior Manager to implement this exciting and influential role.

Salary: Dependant on experience and qualifications.

Reporting to: Senior Managers

Hours: 37.5 per week

Deadline: Friday 24th April 2015

How to apply: Send a Covering Letter and CV to Tim Hatton (Senior Manager) at or Notts County FC Football in the Community, Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HJ

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