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Club Sec Needed For FC United

Club Secretary Position Advertised

Position Advertised: CLUB SECRETARY

Up to 20,000 pa

FC United of Manchester are now accepting applications for the job of Club Secretary. The successful applicant will be required to support the Chief Executive in achieving the Club`s aims and carry out the responsibilities required in the Club rules.

The club have ambitious and long-term plans and therefore require a talented and exceptional individual to fulfil this important position. The Secretary will help the club achieve its ambitions of being a successful, sustainable football club for the future which is owned and democratically run by its members and which is accessible to all the communities of Manchester.

To succeed in either of these roles you will need:

To be a self starter and have the ability to self manage

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Effective negotiating skills

Good IT Skills

To be able to work under pressure and to meet deadlines

It is also desirable that you demonstrate experience in:

Activity within the football supporters` movement ideally at Manchester United Football Club or FC United of Manchester.

Working within the community, or with voluntary groups

Managing people, both employees and volunteers

You will support the Chief Executive and report to both the Chief Executive and the Club Board. You will be responsible for ensuring the club affairs conform to the clubs` rules and for all relationships with the League, the FA, supporters and members. You will be an enthusiastic committed individual able to motivate and lead our member volunteers.

In addition to the above qualities you will need to have excellent organisational skills, be able to manage your time and prioritise effectively. You should also be able to demonstrate previous experience at producing publications and be willing to work unsociable hours.

This post will be located at our city centre based Manchester office.

Applicants should submit a written application which:

Outlines how their experience meets the requirements of the job as specified in the job description and person specification; and:

Includes a copy of their CV.

These should be sent to:

Andy Walsh
General Manager
FC United of Manchester
221 Ducie House
37 Ducie Street
M1 2JW

The Closing Date for applications is Friday 11 August.

Interviews will be held on Monday 21st August.

A full job specification can be downloaded here:

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Writer:  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 9 2006

Time: 6:16PM

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Amazing thing developing here. What are they, just over 12 months old? Who's up for the big Derby against Maine Road FC?
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