At Mildenhall Town, we aim to be the best team on and off the pitch. The quality of our 'behind the scenes' team helps to set us apart from the majority of clubs within the surrounding area.
Our people are as committed to the success of the football team as the players are to winning trophies each season. In return we offer a unique and exciting working environment, excellent training together with recognition and reward for the part each individual plays in our success.
Voluntary Positions include:
(Includes Match Reports, Player/Coaches Interviews, Website/Social Media Updates)
(E.g. Website, Twitter, Facebook)
Roles within Match Day and Events include:
(Includes taking photography at Mildenhall Town Academy matches and training sessions)
To apply contact the Club on firstname.lastname@example.org, putting "Mildenhall Town Job Vacancy" in the subject line.
All staff, both employees and volunteers, will endeavour to be courteous and helpful to supporters and customers at all times, offering them the best service and information available at the given time. Our Club is built on, and depends on, the support of volunteers, all of whom are fans who sacrifice their time to help the Club. This makes the Club what it is and what we enjoy and love. We endeavour to ensure that these volunteers represent the Club and help their fellow fans as professionally as possible, but we ask all our supporters and visitors to respect their commitment and to understand that at any given time, despite our best efforts, not every volunteer will have the answer to every query.
We respect and value the diversity that exists in our communities and are committed to challenging attitudes that promote discrimination. The Club is an equal opportunities employer and has a staff equal opportunities policy: in pursuit of our aims and objectives, we will not discriminate against, or in any way treat less favourably, any person on the grounds of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual identity, or political or religious belief.
The Club will not tolerate any discriminatory behaviour on these grounds, whether physical or verbal, by its own employees, volunteers or fans, or by visitors, in the vicinity of the stadium. Whenever such behaviour is brought to the Club's attention, the Club will act robustly in taking appropriate disciplinary action.