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Non-Executive Director Vacancy

Middlesex FA are recruiting a Non-Executive Director to act as the Board Safeguarding Champion

Middlesex FA is looking to appoint a Non-Executive Director who will act as the Board Safeguarding Champion. 

We are looking for an individual with skills and experience in safeguarding with adults, children, or both, who has a desire to support grassroots football and a safe environment across Middlesex.  We are looking for an ambassador for the organisation and act as custodians of the highest standards of integrity and governance. With the development of a new strategy and recent Board review, the Board is constituted of up to 12 members. The Board is led currently by a Chair, supported by a Vice-Chair, Finance Director, CEO, Inclusion Advisory Board member, four Council appointed Directors with three Independent Directors. 

Middlesex FA develops and supports the grassroots game of football in the geographical County of Middlesex. We are a charitable organisation providing everyone with the opportunity to participate in the game in Middlesex. Our Boroughs are the most densely populated and diverse in the country and we are committed to connecting and collaborating with everyone who would like to be involved. Our primary focus when anyone chooses to participate in the game is to make sure safeguards are in place to ensure they have fun in a safe environment, creating pathways for them to stay in the nation’s favourite game for as long as they wish. At Middlesex FA our staff and volunteers work tirelessly to share their passion for football. At our facility, Rectory Park, we are proud to have expanded our reach, working with our partners to deliver on and off the pitch.

The Directors of Middlesex FA direct and monitor the business affairs of the Association, by deciding the vision, strategy, plans, policies and financial investment required to achieve the overall long-term business aims. The Association is committed to creating a Board of diverse skills, experiences and backgrounds which can add value to the game and our activities in Middlesex.

The position is voluntary; travel expenses are provided to attend meetings and relevant events.

Applications should consist of a full curriculum vitae detailing career and achievements, as well as a covering letter addressing the role description and person specifications. 

Applications should be uploaded via People HR. 

The closing date is Sunday 5th March 2023. 



The Middlesex Football Association is an equal opportunity employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion and belief.