Birmingham City FC Community Trust

  • Birmingham, UK

Based at St. Andrew’s Stadium, Birmingham City FC Community Trust is an independent Charity (Number 1086631) that has been working in the Birmingham and Solihull community since September 2000.

The Community Trust is financially independent from the football club and is governed by a Board of Trustees but we use the brand of BCFC to encourage participation, build community cohesion and help local people to achieve and be successful. We recognise that sport can play a key role in addressing local and national issues including obesity, mental health and wellbeing, employment and educational attainment and antisocial behaviour/ crime reduction.

Originally set up to deliver football activities, the Trust has grown significantly over the years and we are proud to now offer a range of programmes and activities that reflect the needs of our local communities.

We are committed to breaking down barriers to participation, providing opportunities for everyone in our local communities to be more active, choose healthier lifestyles and creating stronger, safer and healthier communities by delivering high quality sporting activities across 4 main themes; Sports Participation; Education, Training and Employability; Health and Wellbeing and Social Inclusion.

We work closely with and on behalf of other organisations and our partners are key to our success and in supporting us to achieve our strategic objectives.

Along with our partners and funders our experienced, professional and diverse workforce will support our mission to have a positive impact in our community by delivering programmes which care for, inspire, educate and make a difference.

Your Club, Our Community.

04 Jul, 2024
Full time
Birmingham City FC Community Trust Birmingham, UK
Minibus Driver Minibus Drivers will work with all BCFC Community Trust departments to help transport staff, children, and young people to and from a range of activities. These include regular football training sessions, student football matches, and other special events and trips. The successful candidates will be required to work to meet the needs of the business and can expect to travel both locally and nationally. It is an essential requirement for candidates to be at least 25 years old and hold a valid D1 driving licence qualification. Applicants who fail to meet these criteria need not apply. Roles and Responsibilities Liaise with Community Trust Managers and Programme Leaders with regards to driving schedules, planning, and logistics. Support and assist programme delivery staff with their transport needs. Ensure the safe & timely transportation of staff, students, and participants. Monitor and ensure the wellbeing...
04 Jul, 2024
Casual
Birmingham City FC Community Trust Birmingham, UK
Casual Community Coach  JOB SUMMARY Birmingham City FC Community Trust are seeking enthusiastic, passionate and highly motivated individuals to work within its growing community programmes. We are looking for FA qualified community coaches to deliver and support on a number of programmes and activities across our organisation including grassroots junior football, holiday camps, matchday activations, development centres and youth club based sessions. You will be responsible for delivery high quality and engaging session to children of varying ages and abilities  increasing football participation and ensuring our participants develop in a safe and nurturing environment. ​ Birmingham City FC Community Trust is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the Community. We will consider applications solely based on merit regardless of gender, race, marital status, age, nationality, ethnic or national origins, disability,...