Minibus Driver

  • Birmingham City FC Community Trust
  • Birmingham, UK
  • 06 Jun, 2024
Full time EFL Logistics Player Care/Liaison Officer

Job Description

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 of Community Trust students and participants whilst under your supervision and liaise with the Community Trust’s and Football Club’s safeguarding managers on all matters related to safeguarding young people and vulnerable adults.
    • Liaise with parents and stakeholders associated with Community Trust programmes.
    • Attend all professional development and training events.
    • Actively engage in a fully functioning competency framework and integrated appraisal process.
    • Ensure Community Trust vehicles are always kept tidy and well maintained.
    • Ensure any faults, accidents, and incidents are reported in a timely and appropriate manner.
    • Maintain records required for compliance with legal and Club regulations, including driver’s log of hours and vehicle mileage logbooks.
    • Undertake all reasonable training, learning and development activity designed to support you in the role.


The Trust acknowledges and accepts it has a statutory obligation and responsibility for the wellbeing and safety of all adults at risk, children and young people who participate in the Trust’s activities or utilise the Trust’s facilities. Where concerns about the welfare of a child or adult at risk exists, staff will always act in the best interests of the child or adult at risk. It is the duty of all staff working at the Trust to ensure they safeguard children and adults at risk by creating an environment that protects them from harm.

BCFC Community Trust are committed to achieving an inclusive environment that promotes equality and values diversity, providing equal opportunity which is at the very heart of the work of the Trust.  The Trust ensures that fair and non-prejudicial access to services across the Trust is provided.  It is the policy of the Trust, that no person shall be discriminated against whether they are a job applicant, service user or employee.

We expect everyone who works at the Trust: To be responsible for your own behaviour and act in a manner that avoids and discourages any form of discrimination or harassment to comply with the Trust’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy. Encourage equality and diversity within the workplace and promote a culture that is inclusive for all.