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Inclusion Project Worker – Cardiff City FC Community Foundation

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Cardiff City FC Community Foundation
Inclusion Project Worker
£17,550 – £22,000 Pro rata (20 hours per week)
One Year Fixed Term

Cardiff City FC Community Foundation is the official charity of Cardiff City Football Club. We use the
unique appeal of Cardiff City FC to improve lives.

Our goal is to support children, young people and families in South Wales to achieve their full potential.
We do that by creating opportunities for people to lead healthier more active lives, improving education
and employment opportunities, and reducing offending and reoffending.

This exciting role will see the successful candidate supporting the Foundation’s Kicks Programme Team
to deliver a range of sports coaching, educational, and personal development opportunities to children
and young people as part of our Premier League Kicks project.

This is a fast-paced and multi-faceted role supporting a variety of young people aged 13-25. The
Inclusion Project Worker will work alongside staff to develop and deliver a range of interventions to
support young people in the following areas:
• Vulnerable young people involved in youth violence and anti-social behaviour
• Encouraging young people to participate in weekly sports sessions whilst unearthing the potential of all
• NEET/Unemployed young people

The Foundation is looking for a highly motivated, experienced individual who can engage and inspire
individuals with passion and drive and must be available to work evenings and occasional weekends.
If you are interested in this role and can demonstrate that you possess the skills and experience
required, then please complete the attached application form, self-declaration and equal opportunities
form, accompanied by a covering letter and include with your application. If these aren’t included your
application won’t be considered.

Cardiff City FC Community Foundation is committed to equality and the safeguarding of children and
vulnerable adults. Positions that involve working with such groups are therefore subject to safer
recruitment protocols, including an enhanced DBS check. This role is also subject to the receipt of
satisfactory references.

Closing date for all applications: Midday Friday 13th December 2019

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