Do you have:
• Do you have strong operations experience within an elite sporting environment?
• Do you have experience of working with elite female players?
• Can you provide evidence of effective people, programme, and budget management skills?
If so, we would like to talk to you…
Bristol City WFC is a professional women’s football team and we have just been promoted to the top flight - The FA Women’s Super League! This is an incredibly exciting time in the Women’s game and for Bristol City WFC.
Bristol City WFC have a history of producing and developing elite female players and we are now building our structure for future and continued success.
We are looking for a General Manager to oversee the operations department of Bristol City WFC, and work alongside the Board to ensure that our long-term strategy for the Women’s game is maintained and updated and monitor and measure performance against the strategy.
Our objective is to build and maintain a successful first team squad built on a core of home-grown talent. To create and maintain a high-performance culture which is inclusive and safe, where athletes & staff thrive and reach their potential.
Full details of the role, experience required, and person specification are provided in the attached role profile.
Closing date for applications: 10am, Friday 2nd June.
Interviews will likely take place during the week beginning 5th June.
Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
Bristol City Football Club and Academy are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to endorse this commitment.
This post requires Enhanced Criminal Records Checks and may include checks against the Barred Lists, as such it is exempt from Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974). Therefore, all convictions including spent convictions that have not been subject to filtering by the DBS should be declared.
We are an equal opportunities employer.
The successful candidate must ensure a positive commitment towards equality and diversity by treating others fairly and not committing any form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimisation or harassment of any description and to promote positive working relationships between all internal and external stakeholders.