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Gissa job – new fans’ organisation on lookout for staff

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 – or CAFE to their friends – is on the look out for a couple of new members of staff. As they know what a discerning and talented bunch FSF members are they’re keen to hear from any visitors to this site who feel they might be up to the job.

CAFE are a new organisation who have been set up to build on the good work of the National Association of Disabled Supporters in England and Wales – CAFE aim to export this across Europe and UEFA have threw a few quid their way to help out, nice one.

CAFE’s work focuses around improving access to football for disabled fans across Europe, standards and facilities vary wildly, and challenging outdated stereotypes and attitudes. There are two roles on offer, see the links below, both are part-time and the successful candidates will cover either Western Europe or the UK and Republic of Ireland.

We won’t go into the type of skills required, you can look into that yourself, but you can be sure that words like ‘deadline’, ‘5pm’ and ‘Friday 6th November’ are relevant – so feel free to send on this link to anyone you feel might be interested before then.

For more info and job specs visit CAFE’s website here.

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