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New internship opportunity at EFDN

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New internship opportunity at EFDN

The European Football for Development Network (EFDN) is seeking a Project Support Officer starting in August or September 2020 at the EFDN office in Breda, the Netherlands.

Key responsibilities 

The key responsibilities of the post are:

  • To support, plan & deliver Youth & Staff Exchanges
  • To support Lead delivery staff
  • To work with in EFDN Member partners to deliver the objectives laid out in the SLA
  • Monitor and evaluate work at all times collecting comments, case studies and evidence of good
    practice, submitting regular reports as required by EFDN stakeholders and the EFDN.
  • Be professional at all times in terms of both image and actions. To wear the correct clothing and
    being aware of grooming and personal hygiene.
  • Be aware of responsibilities concerning the safeguarding of young people that we work with.
  • Make programme delivery enjoyable, exciting, dynamic, challenging, educational and fun by using
    a variety of teaching/coaching techniques.
  • To be aware of relevant Data Protection legislation and to ensure that our use of the Views system
    is compliant.
  • Other ad hoc duties as advised from time to time.

You can find the full job description here.

Necessary criteria

Throughout the internship be enrolled in either a BS/MS programme at a university within the EU or an EU funded programme

How to apply

Please send your CV and cover letter to


The European Football for Development Network (EFDN) is a not-for- profit organisation that supports more than 90 professional football clubs, leagues and FAs who are convinced of the social power of football and want to cooperate on a European level. Our network aims to promote the connecting power of football as a tool for social development in general and the exchange of knowledge and creating (funding) opportunities for local participants of our member clubs in particular.




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