Administration Coordinator

  • FIFA
  • Miami, FL, USA
  • 19 May, 2024
Casual Administration Coordinator

Job Description

As the organiser of some of the biggest and most iconic sport events in the world, we lead the way in the sport and event industry.

Join the team as a freelancer and support us on our mission.

THE POSITION

These are your key tasks:
  •  Providing overall administrative support to the team of the Football Regulatory Subdivision, in particular, in matters concerning the Football Tribunal, the FIFA Clearing House, the Agents Department and the Regulatory Governance & Compliance Department. 
  •  Reviewing and distributing incoming correspondence, new cases and support tickets. 
  • Organisation and coordination of meetings of the decision-making bodies of FIFA. 
  • Support in the production of public reports and documents. 
  • Assisting in the constant modernisation of processes and the implementation of new digital tools for all processes within the Football Regulatory Subdivision. 
  • Providing support in the gathering of data and statistics in collaboration with other members of the Football Regulatory Subdivision. 
  • Administration and coordination of financial requests. 
  • Assisting with the organisation of events. 
  • Working on various projects within the Subdivision. 

YOUR PROFILE

We work hard at FIFA.
We are dedicated, ambitious and innovative.


And we respect our values. Always.

For all roles, we seek talented people with an entrepreneurial spirit and a global mindset.

The specific competencies we require for this position are:
Accuracy and detail orientation, combined with a pragmatic approach when solving problems.
  • Ability to lead and manage a team, constantly striving to improve efficiency and quality in the team performance.  
  • Critical judgement: ability to separate essential issues from side-issues.
  •  Solution orientation and innovation skills, with great ability to embrace changes and new technologies and processes.
  •  Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
  •  Ability to work under pressure: commitment to deliver high-quality outputs in a timely manner.
  •  Staying power (tenacity, ready to work long hours, working under pressure).
  •  Well-founded legal or project management knowledge. University degree an asset. 
  •  Familiarity with the football industry and knowledge of the FIFA regulations and procedures. 
  •  Fluency in at least two FIFA languages, in speech as well as writing. 
  •  Experience in a sport-related environment, in particular the football industry, an asset.
  •  Fluency in English.
  • Working competence in French and Spanish language is an asset.
  • Proficient in MS Office package (Word / PowerPoint / Excel / Outlook).
  • Familiarity with JIRA an asset.

About FWC2026

The FIFA World Cup 26™ will mark the first time that the tournament features 48 teams and will be hosted by three countries: Canada, Mexico, and the United States.

This new format redefines excellence, generating unique opportunities for greater participation and engagement from fans and players in North America and all over the world. Now is your time to be a game changer and join the workforce that is planning and delivering this unique and unforgettable experience.