FURD’s Arthur Wharton project looks for manager as details on resources made available
Football Unites, Racism Divides (FURD) is looking for a job-share partner for the post of Heritage Project Manager on its Arthur Wharton Heritage Project.
Beginning on 1 September, the Heritage Project Manager role is for 12 months and requires the commitment of 18.5 hours a week. Pay is £12,806, and details can be found at the bottom of this newspiece.
Deadline for applications is 25 July, with interviews taking place the week commencing 1 August.
In addition, the project has released its new educational toolkit as part of its ‘Football for Equality’ programme. Providing online educational resources, the toolkit brings together material from across Europe that uses football to challenge racism and homophobia.
The database includes resources in several European languages created by football clubs, teachers, coaches, fans and equality groups, and includes short films, education packs, quizzes, competitions, fact sheets, posters and web pages. The toolkit allows you to search out relevant resources by language, country, type of resource, subject and age group.
The toolkit can be found on the FARE website here.
To download a job description for Heritage Project Manager, click here.
To download a person specification for Heritage Project Manager, click here.
To download an application form for Heritage Project Manager, click here.
For further information, please contact Howard Holmes or Lisa Sultanti, on 0114 255 3156.