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Centre for Access to Football in Europe are recruiting

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

The Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) are recruiting an Administration Manager as the organisation launches in September this year, having received grants from UEFA.

CAFE are building on the good work of the National Association of Disabled Supporters (NADS) who work with disabled fans throughout England and Wales.

The role is full-time, with a salary of around £25,000 per year. The job will involve foreign travel, and the successful candidate will be able to communicate (both in writing and verbally) in at least one additional European language.

For more details on the role view the job description (pdf). To apply, or if you have any further questions, contact info@cafefootball.eu. Applications should include a CV and covering letter of up to 600 words explaining your suitability for the role.

CAFE are an equal opportunities employer, and proactively seek applications from disabled people.

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Funding partners

  • The Football Association
  • Premier Leage Fans Fund

Partners

  • Gamble Aware
  • Co-operatives UK
  • FSE
  • Kick It Out
  • Level Playing Field
  • Living Wage Foundation
  • SD Europe