Head of National Programme – Applications Now Open

The British American Football Association are seeking applications and expressions of interest in a new role, Head of the National Programme, aimed at overseeing the operation of our growing GB Lions National Teams Programme. 

Per BritishAmericanFootball.org


BAFA has created a new role of Head of National Programme to set strategy and oversee operations for our National Teams.

The Head of National Programme role will report to the new Chief Executive Officer and will be responsible for leading BAFA’s National Programme teams, currently comprising U19, women’s and men’s contact teams and women’s and men’s flag teams.

The successful applicant will be responsible for setting and implementing strategy and overseeing the operations of the National Programme by managing the team leads and team managers.

As this is an extremely busy period for our National Programme, BAFA is pleased to confirm Tariq Ayub has agreed to undertake this role on an interim basis until recruitment is completed and the permanent candidate is in place and a handover completed.

During this time Riq will be responsible for overseeing the Women’s European Championship in August, preparations for the men’s European Qualifier against Russia in October, preparations for our flag teams to travel to Israel for their European Championships and for the re-starting of the U19 Programme.  This gives a flavour of the extensive nature of the role.

Head of National Programme job description.

To apply please send a CV, and covering application letter, to Clive.dobbin@britishamericanfootball.org.  The closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 31 July 2019.  Interviews will take place during August 2019, for an appointment in early September 2019.

Anyone wishing to discuss the role can contact Clive Dobbin.

 

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