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Wanted: Two Creative Midfielders

If you are interested in gaining valuable experience in project management, public relations, community liaison and working within the football and charity sectors read on…

Our friends down at Kick It Out, football’s national anti-racism campaign, are currently looking for two temporary project workers. The lucky people will assist the staff team with its preparations and delivery of the National Anti-racist Week of Action in Football, which takes place every October.

The role will involve contact with a range of football and community organisations as well as administration support to ensure that the week of action is a success.

The successful candidates will need to show:

An appreciation of the impact of racism in football and society,

Good literacy, organisation and communication skills,

Ability to work as part of a team,

Adaptability to a wide number of varying tasks,

An ability to work in a high profile fast moving environment,

Good IT skills.

It is a three-month contract from August 2004 - November 2004 and both project workers will be based at Kick It out´s London offices. For further information and details of how to apply please contact Kick It Out on 020 7 684 4884 or Closing date is Monday 12 July 2004, so get your skates on!

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