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Jobs and tenders at the Irish FA

Marketing & Commercial Partnerships Officer

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Department: Sales & Marketing

Reporting to: Commercial Manager

Hours of work: 35 hours per week. However, the nature of the post will require a high degree of flexibility involving evenings and weekends as dictated by operational requirements of the business.

Duration: Permanent

Role family: Officer

Salary scale: £20- £30k

PURPOSE OF THE JOB:

To support the Commercial Manager with day-to-day account management of key commercial partnerships by developing and delivering on all sponsorship activation plans and providing regular reports to partners. To provide a marketing support role across the Irish FA and its commercial activities and partnerships. To lead on the day to day running of the Irish FA newsletters via mail chimp, including liaising with external agencies.

To apply please use the below link and submit your application online.

https://irishfa.getgotjobs.co.uk/registerJob/83c3afab-d7e0-4002-9feb-eaf9f4e31f1e

The closing date for return of completed applications is 12noon on Wednesday 22 June 2022.

Education and Heritage Centre Volunteer

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Irish FA Tours encompassing the Education and Heritage Centre (EHC) is a key component of the wider stadium development at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park. The EHC provides an interactive learning environment charting the history and story of Northern Ireland Football.

As an EHC Volunteer, you will be involved in the operational delivery of the Centre helping the Irish FA to engage, inspire and empower all generations through the unique displays and storytelling elements. This is an exciting, rewarding and dynamic way of getting involved with the Irish FA.

Grassroots Volunteer

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Grassroots Volunteers will actively represent the Irish FA and work within the Irish FA Let Them Play Hubs across Northern Ireland to support the growth and development of grassroots football.

The role will include: Assisting the delivery of Ahead of the Game, the Irish FA Mental Health and Wellbeing programme. 
You can download a full job description and application form below.