Quality Assurance and Governance Executive Football Charity
Quality Assurance and Governance Executive – Football Charity
One of the world’s largest sports charities are looking for a Quality Assurance and Governance Executive to join the London based HQ ASAP. Key to the role is to manage robust performance management systems and process, alongside structuring quality assurance procedures to track performance of football club community operations (CCOs) nationwide
The Role·Develop and apply quality assurance processes and systems across all community programmes to report on and assess the position of 92+ professional football CCOs and the hundreds of projects they deliver across England and Wales. ·Develop, implement and curate the annual organisational health check of CCOs, currently called Capability Status. Administer a stakeholder group in developing and introducing a code of practice for CCOs working with the British Standards Institute (BSI). ·Coordinate appropriate training and development, sharing of best practice opportunities which will support CCOs with their own governance, risk management and organisational capacity. ·Work collaboratively with the community and schools programme staff to develop, implement and continually improve consistent systems of quality management to monitor and evaluate the performance and effectiveness of Club Community Organisations (CCOs). ·Work closely with the Research and Insight Executive to plan, deploy and review on-sight visits of CCO activities to collect programme feedback, success stories, best practices and impact insights, including coordination of consultation with staff and beneficiaries. ·Support the Quality Assurance and Governance Manager in providing a broad governance function, ensuring that organisation has robust arrangements, including its approach to risk management. ·Support the need for the Executive and Board members to ensure that all relevant statutory and regulatory requirements are met. ·Assist in implementing safeguarding policies and procedures including support to CCOs. ·Support systems to ensure that the organisation complies with relevant data protection legislation, including good information governance. ·Attend panel meetings to review CCO performance, provide recommendations on grant allocations and develop improvement recommendations. Identify and share best practice to ensure continuous improvement. ·Work closely with the Research and Insight Executive in delivering a monitoring and evaluation strategy including efficient data collection / analysis function across all programmes. Develop a monthly, quarterly and annual reporting suite to inform quality assurance, governance and risk management. ·Liaise with the relevant departments of the governing body to ensure complementarity and to influence strategy and policy, ensuring there is no duplication of effort asked of CCOs.
The Person·Experience of working in the charity and/or sports sector ·Good knowledge of governance and quality assurance, with a diligent eye for detail and commitment to enforcing regulations ·Experience of positive interventions/projects delivered in communities/schools ·Ability to communicate well to a range of audiences, and using different mediums, with written skills to an excellent standard ·Project management, planning and organisational skills, including the ability to manage a complex network of stakeholders ·Educated to degree standard or equivalent ·Football and sport knowledge / interest ·A knowledge of grant-making processes
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