Vacancies

Newcastle United Foundation is proud to offer a range of opportunities to join our team in a role that suits you. See our latest vacancies.

We want you to know you can be your best self at Newcastle United Foundation, because we value everything that makes you unique.

Whatever your age, race, sexuality, disability, religion, or gender identity, we recognise and celebrate our differences and we provide appropriate equality and diversity training suitable to job roles.

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Senior HR Coordinator
Full-time, permanent – flexible working available

Newcastle United Foundation is looking to recruit a Senior HR Coordinator to join our HR team. You will support and provide advice to the Foundation’s management team, advising on employee relations and improvements across the organisation.

You will engage with the management team to support recruitment and induction of new staff, as well as creating, updating and supporting the implementation of HR policies and procedures. The role requires a passion for helping others, implementing the Foundation's People Plan and gathering and analysing HR data to support all HR operations.

The salary for this role is £26,000 to £27,000 per annum. A full job description is available here. Download a job application form here.

For an informal discussion around the role, please contact Katie Tasker – katie.tasker@nufc.co.uk

Closing date for completed application packs is 12pm on Thursday, May 19, 2022. Please return your completed pack to foundation@nufc.co.uk

Digital Marketing Coordinator
Full-time, permanent

Newcastle United Foundation is looking to recruit a Digital Marketing Coordinator to coordinate and support the delivery of the Foundation's Marketing and Communications strategy using a range of online and offline channels to engage, influence and retain key audiences

You will lead, create and analyse digital marketing campaigns to promote services and products to targeted audiences across website, email and social media platforms. The role requires a passion for digital marketing and creating and maintaining an excellent customer experience for donors, funders, participants and supporters. The successful candidate will be quick-thinking, able to use their own initiative and have the ability to juggle competing priorities in a fast-paced environment.

The salary for this role is £19,000 - £22,000 per annum. A full job description is available here. Download a job application form here.

For an informal discussion around the role, please contact Charlotte Bowe – charlotte.bowe@nufc.co.uk

Please return your completed pack to foundation@nufc.co.uk

Project Officer – Employability
Full-time, permanent

Newcastle United Foundation is looking to recruit a Project Officer to join our Employability team. You will deliver a range of employability interventions to groups of unemployed learners aged 16 to 25 with the aim of moving them closer to, or into the jobs market.

You will engage with a dedicated case load of learners from initial point of referral into the programme through to creating exit pathways for all participants. The role requires a passion for delivering innovative careers sessions, programmes and activities whilst using football and the brand of Newcastle United Football Club to engage unemployed young adults.

The salary for this role is £19,000 per annum. A full job description is available here. Download a job application form here.

For an informal discussion around the role, please contact Dan Hancock – daniel.hancock@nufc.co.uk

Please return your completed pack to foundation@nufc.co.uk

Project Officer – Careers (NU Futures)
Full-time, permanent

Newcastle United Foundation is looking to recruit a Project Officer to join our NU Futures team. You will deliver careers and guidance-based education programmes in secondary schools and pupil referral units using the brand of Newcastle United to inspire students to reach their potential.

You will lead on activities, taught sessions and workshops at both practical and theory-based activities and have experience of working with young people. The role requires a passion for delivering innovative careers sessions, programmes and activities to engage secondary school pupils in learning and developing key employability skills

The salary for this role is £19,000 per annum. A full job description is available here. Download a job application form here.

For an informal discussion around the role, please contact Gav Ferry – gavin.ferry@nufc.co.uk

Please return your completed pack to foundation@nufc.co.uk

Group Exercise Instructors – NUCASTLE
Sessional staff, hours vary

Newcastle United Foundation is looking to recruit a number of qualified Instructors to help deliver more than 30 hours of group exercise classes per week at our new, state-of-the-art NUCASTLE facility, located five minutes' walk from St. James' Park, Newcastle. Freelance instructors looking for additional hours should also get in touch. We are interested in people that have a real passion for delivering a wide range of classes to add variety and exciting new opportunities to our class timetable.

If you are interested, please send in a CV and covering letter to foundation@nufc.co.uk with Group Exercise Instructor as the subject line, identifying relevant experience, classes you could deliver and availability.

Information for candidates

Interviewees are required to bring proof of ID to the first interview (valid passport OR birth certification and NI card) along with proof of right to work in the UK (if applicable). ID documents must be original, photocopies will not be accepted.

The Foundation takes safeguarding very seriously and adheres to strict guidelines, policies and procedures when recruiting staff. Where it is identified that staff may work with children and/or adults at risk of harm, it is committed to ensuring staff are vetted appropriately, as permitted by law, before their employment. Such vetting may include, but is not limited to, criminal records checks, identity checks, references and employment histories. It is also committed to ensuring staff receive appropriate safeguarding training suitable to their job role/s.

This engagement is therefore subject to attaining acceptable pre-employment checks and meeting any other condition stipulated by law. Where Criminal Records Checks are required these will be undertaken by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) on behalf of the Foundation.

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