The Diversity & Inclusion Manager will provide strong leadership and expertise on all aspects of diversity & inclusion across the Football Community. The person in this role will deliver on our commitment to provide our members with technical and ethically sound programs, policies and services that increase participation and inclusion. They will also develop and execute our Diversity & Inclusion plan, aiming to cultivate a culture of inclusion and enhance football's capacity to acknowledge, respect and embrace diversity across the game.
The D&I Manager will work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to maintain the dignity, rights and wellbeing of everyone's involvement in football, both on and off the field. This will involve building support and awareness for; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, gender equality, people with a disability, people from culturally and linguistically (CALD) backgrounds and LGBTIQ+ communities.
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FFA People & Culture
FFA’s people form the foundation of our success and how we connect the game of football both locally within Australia and internationally across the globe. We are building a culture that fosters continuous improvement and innovation mixed with a consistent passion across the business for growing the game to become Australia’s number 1 sport.
We will continue to work with our people and partners to build an inclusive culture that empowers, attracts and celebrates diversity in turn growing our game and enriching the Football community. We actively encourage a conscious focus on improving flexibility and work life balance within FFA through the introduction of the FFA People & Work Approach. This allows individuals to develop informal work arrangements to suit their personal situations.
We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children, young people and vulnerable adults in accordance with the FFA Safeguarding Children Framework. FFA requires all applicants to undergo satisfactory screening prior to commencement, including but not limited to holding or obtaining a Working with Children Clearance/equivalent in accordance with the relevant state/territory laws.