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Manchester United FC


Disability Access Officer


Manchester United are searching for an enthusiastic and professional individual to fill new the full time position of Disability Access Officer (DAO) based at the Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester.


You will be responsible for developing and driving the strategy for the provision of inclusive, accessible facilities and services across the Club working collaboratively with all relevant internal and external stakeholders to deliver best practice in accessible stadiums.


You will be able to demonstrate substantial experience of working within a similar role, ideally based within a Football Club or similar sports organisation. Applicants will have a clear working understanding of disability legislation (e.g. Equality Act 2010) and current legislation applicable to stadia as well as being able to offer best practice insight.


You will possess excellent communication skills and the ability to build working relationships with multiple stakeholders internal and external to the organisation. The ability to deal with multiple projects and priorities within in a fast paced world class customer service environment will be essential.


Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced DBS, references and medical check.


Closing date: Friday 27 May 2016


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Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA)


Inspectors (x3)


The Sports Grounds Safety Authority is recruiting three Inspectors. One post will be a permanent appointment, the other two will be for a two year fixed term period.


Starting salary: £45,307


Location: Based at home


Closing Date: 14 June 2016


Interview dates: 6-8 July2016


Working Arrangement: Full time


These roles require significant travel, weekend and evening work, mainly within the UK but also abroad.


SGSA Inspectors generally work from home, covering a wide geographical area.  Successful candidates will work under the supervision of the Chief Inspector and will take lead responsibility for a group of Premier and Football League clubs within their area.  They will also be expected to take responsibility for specific policy areas or projects including taking a lead on sports other than football. The geographical spread of clubs for which each Inspector has responsibility may change and the successful candidates will be expected to travel extensively and work flexibly. 


The Inspectors' role involves frequent discussions with Local Authorities, football clubs and other interested parties, with visits to sports grounds on both event and non-event days.  They advise and assist clubs and Local Authorities on a wide range of ground and spectator safety issues. Inspectors may also be required to develop and deliver training on spectator safety related issues.


The role will continue to evolve with the development of the SGSA. Inspectors will be responsible for providing advice guidance on a wide spectrum of spectator safety issues across a range of sports and as the Authority develops its commercial activity, this will be on both a national and international basis. 


Closing date: Tuesday 14 June 2016


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The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign 


Advocacy Ambassadors in the North West


Advocacy Ambassadors are trained peer advocates who will offer support and advice to other people living with a neuromuscular condition in their region. The Ambassadors are a network of people with a real understanding of life with muscular dystrophy or a related condition whether they have it themselves or they have a friend or family who has it.  The Ambassadors are trained by the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign to enable them to give support but use their own experiences to help other navigate life with a neuromuscular condition. 


You can find out more about the Advocacy Ambassadors here:  or download the job description and application form.


Trailblazers Presenters Pool Recruitment


Trailblazers are getting commissions to make accessible tourism videos in partnership with GeoCast tv.


They are recruiting paid presenters to do something like this


If you're interested in getting future work, or know other capable disabled presenters, please send 2 or 3 links of you/them on camera. Even if it's in the bedroom talking about the weather. 


If you are interested, please send video links directly to Martyn Sibley at