We NEED You!

With the new season just around the corner and many of our volunteers having moved on we are in need of help in order to run the club.  We have a number of vacancies that need filling urgently. Voluntary roles are listed below (training will be provided and CRC checks and FA courses, where required, will be funded by the Club). If you are interested in any of the roles or need more information, please contact us at bejscfootball@gmail.com

Chairperson/Section Leader

Role Description: The Chair of the Club provides leadership and direction for the Football section by overseeing the work of the Football Section committee and being an advocate of the football club in the local community.

Commitment: On average, approximately 6 hour per week.

Qualification Requirement: A and D

Club Secretary

Role Description: The role of Cub Secretary is that of principal administrator for the Football Section. The Club Secretary carries out or delegates all the administrative duties to enable the club and its members to function effectively. The Club Secretary is a pivotal role within the club, with a close involvement in the general running of the club. The Club Secretary and associated roles provide the main point of contact for people within and outside the club on every aspect of the Football section activities.

Commitment: Approximately 10 hours per week.

Qualification Requirement: A, B, C and D

Team Coach

Role Description: The Team coach’s primary responsibility is the welfare, behaviour and organisation of their team, where the players can enjoy playing football and develop their football skills, individually and as part of a team, in a fun and safe environment.

Commitment: Approximately 6 hours per week (training sessions and matches).

Qualification Requirement (Three types of Team Coach):

  1. Assistant Coach: A and F
  2. Playmaker Lead Coach: as in (a) plus B and C
  3. FA Level 1 Coach: as in (b) plus G

Website & Social Media Officer

Role Description: Manage the Football section web site ensuring that it is up to date and is used as one of the Football Section’s core communication vehicle in accordance with the Club’s policies. The W&SM officer is also be responsible for the club’s outward-facing communications, including the club website and social media, and press enquiries

Commitment: Approximately 4 hours a week.

Qualification Requirement: Experience in WordPress is required. A and B

Club Welfare Officer

Role Description: The Child Welfare officer is responsible for safeguarding issues within the club and to ensure that the club operates a safe, child friendly environment and promotes good practice in line with the club’s and FA Child Protection Policy. To arrange CRC checks, verify documents and monitor overall compliance of all volunteers. Also, attending Committee/Disciplinary/Team Manager’s meetings and liaising with County FA and League Welfare Officers.

Commitment: Average 3 hours per week.

Qualification Requirement: A, B and E

Development Officer

Role Description: Management of the pathway for players from U6’s to U18’s and age group Coaches, including their recruitment and development. To build relationships with local schools and colleges, to promote the Football section and attract new players and coaches.

Commitment: Approximately 4 hours a week.

Qualification Requirement (see below): A, B and C.

Pitch & Equipment Officer

Role Description: To procure and maintain the kit and equipment for the club, driving value for money and re­‐use where possible. Coordinate the hire of training and match day venues and allocation to age group teams.

Commitment: Approximately 4 hours a week (pre-season) and then 3 hours a month.

Qualification Requirement: None

COVID-19 Officer

Role Description: In this new world of ours we urgently need a responsible and conscientious adult who is willing to be responsible for reviewing and updating Covid-19 plans, risk assessment(s) and protocols for the football section. This person will help the section monitor compliance with Covid-19 protocols and procedures, including contact tracing recording. Communicate and liaise with players, coaches, volunteers, parents, leagues and the FA on Covid-19 guidance and protocols. Conduct briefing sessions with coaches.

Commitment:  Approximately 6 hours a week (pre-season) and then 8 hours a month.

Qualification Requirement: Experience in Health & Safety, A and D


Key to Qualification requirements (NB: All courses will be funded by the Club):

A = FA Enhanced CRC – B = FA Child Safeguarding Course (3 Hours) – C = FA First Aid Level 1 course (3 Hours)

D = FA Safeguarding for Committee Members course (online 1.5 Hours) – E = Child Welfare Officer’s course (3 Hours)

F = FA Playmaker course (online 4.5 Hours) – G = FA Level 1 course (Practical modules 37 Hours)





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Bourne End Junior Sports Club
New Road,
Bourne End,
High Wycombe,

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Under the banner, “Sportfor all”, we encourage children and their parents to involve themselves at all levels of sport and to have fun, either actively participating or as a spectator. There are currently eight different sports on offer to our 600 BEJSC members, including Basketball, Badminton, Canoeing, Climbing, Roller Hockey, Swimming, Table Tennis and of course Football.

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