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Thursday, January 5th 2017
Newly promoted Bristol City Women Football Club are in search of a General Manager ahead of their next season back in Women's Super League 1.
General Manager, Bristol City Women’s Football Club, Bristol.
£25k pro rata
Do you have a keen interest in women’s football and a desire to help the sport develop in Bristol?
Are you an experienced leader, with strong commercial acumen and demonstrated management experience?
Can you work effectively to strict deadlines in a fast-paced environment?
If so, we would like to talk to you…
BCWFC are known as the Vixens and play at the Stoke Gifford Stadium. The club has just been promoted to The FA Women’s Super League 1, which is the top tier of women’s football in England. This provides an exciting opportunity to engage and inspire young women and fans across the region.
The club boasts an effective player development pathway through our FA Girl’s Regional Talent Centre, the college programme at SGS College and our links to HE programmes run by our partners. The club also runs many community initiatives such as weekly Skills Centre sessions and the Sister Club programme.
We now need an ambitious and dynamic General Manager to oversee all activity within the club.
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Please email completed forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are an equal opportunities employer
Bristol Sport, part of a group of sports companies owned by Stephen Lansdown, promotes access to professional sport and participation in sport across all age and capability ranges. We oversee the business, commercial and operational interests of its affiliated clubs which include Bristol City Football Club, Bristol Rugby Club, Bristol Flyers Basketball, Bristol City Women's Football, Bristol Ladies Rugby, Bristol Jets Badminton and Bristol Sport Racing.
Applications close Friday 13th January 2017.
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