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Inclusion Advisory Board Chair Vacancy

Middlesex FA is looking to appoint an Inclusion Advisory Board Chair

Middlesex FA is looking to appoint a new voluntary Chair to build on Middlesex FA’s existing Inclusion Advisory Board foundations. The Chair will continue to lead the transformation of how Middlesex FA engage with local diverse communities, ensuring everyone has opportunity to get involved in grassroots football across Middlesex.

The successful candidate will be required to Chair a minimum of 4 Inclusion Advisory Board (IAB) meetings throughout the season. 

The Chair of the Inclusion Advisory Board is also appointed to the Middlesex FA Board in an ex-officio capacity. Therefore, in addition to complying with the requirements of being a Director of Middlesex FA, the successful candidate will be required to attend monthly meetings of the Middlesex FA Board.

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

What will you do?

o You will lead and inspire a talented Inclusion Advisory Board
o You will be involved with the recruitment and skills gap analysis of Inclusion Advisory Board Members
o You will work alongside staff to help Middlesex FA understand the needs of the local population in grassroots football across Middlesex
o You will help Middlesex FA create, shape and deliver our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy
o You will check and challenge Middlesex FA staff and Board around EDI
o You will report EDI topics from IAB to Middlesex FA Board ensuring Board understand the current EDI landscape of Middlesex FA

Application Deadline: Sunday 3rd December 2023

To apply, please submit your full curriculum vitae detailing career and achievements, as well as a covering letter addressing the role description and person specifications.

If you need any more information or have any questions about this role please contact kayleigh.saunders@middlesexfa.com or via phone 07506 282963



Middlesex FA is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. Striving to be fully representative of the community it serves by ensuring that all job applicants, third-party partners, and members of staff are treated equally, without discrimination because of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability, or age.