Vacancy – SPFA Ambassador Role

The SPFA is the governing body for Powerchair Football in Scotland. We are a member of the SFA’s Para Football Association and are looking to expand awareness of the sport through media and video channels alongside those of the Para Football Association. We are looking for a volunteer to become an ambassador for Powerchair Football.

The role would involve attending media events organised by the SPFA, SFA or our sponsors and representing Powerchair Football in Scotland. The role would require good communication skills, you should be approachable and able to engage and inspire others. You should be comfortable speaking to members of the media, face to face and on camera. You should be organised, reliable and a good timekeeper. It would most likely suit a current player and someone who is flexible and able to travel to venues.

The role will be unpaid but travel will be paid and other expenses may be covered.

If you can send a short video, stating your interest, tell us what you can bring to the role and why you would be a good ambassador for Powerchair Football, along with any areas of expertise or experience. You can upload the video and send a link; I would ask if the video is private to ensure we have access. Alternatively, you can attach the video file directly through the e-mail. You can be as creative as you wish.

Anyone interested in becoming involved should send their application via email to info@thespfa.org
Closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday June 23rd 2019, any applications received after this time will not be considered

Thank you and good luck

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