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FAWSL expansion club Millwall Lionesses

Millwall Lionesses Football Club

General Manager & Marketing Manager (combined role)

Millwall Lionesses Football Club, with two teams competing in the FA Women's Super League, is looking to appoint a General Manager and Marketing Manager in a combined role to continue the Club’s ongoing development. This vacancy has arisen due the Club’s successful application to join the expanding FA Women’s Super League, which brings semi-professional women’s football to South London for the first time.

Based at Millwall Community Trust in South East London, this challenging position is an exciting opportunity for the right person to be the first point of contact for the Club and be responsible for the day-to-day professional running of the administrative side of the business. The successful applicant should have both business management and marketing experience, ideally with a good working knowledge of women’s football in this country.

This will be a full-time position, including some additional responsibilities for the administration of the Millwall Community Trust Women’s football programme.

Start date will be early January 2014.

Salary £20,000 per annum for a minimum 35 hours per week.

Flexible working is essential, as the General Manager will need to attend home matches played on Sunday afternoons and occasional mid-week evening fixtures.

The full job description and person specification is available from:

or call Millwall Community Trust on 020 7740 5300

Applications are invited in the form of covering letter and full CV in the first instance, to be followed by interviews in due course.

Please send your application by email to:

Dave King, Trust Director, Millwall Community Trust


Telephone: 020 7740 3465

For a detailed job description, click here.

Closing date for applications is Monday 4th November 2013 (6.00pm)

Interviews to be held the week commencing: 11th November 2013

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