Full-Time Project Manager Racial Justice (f/m/d)
ABOUT COMMON GOAL
With more than three billion fans, football is the largest social phenomenon on the planet. No other sport boasts such wealth, reach or cultural significance. Common Goal is rooted in the belief that the world’s most popular sport is one of the few cultural forces strong enough to help shift society towards a more sustainable and equitable future for all.
We want to maximise the game’s contribution to people and planet by forging a lasting connection between football as a business and football as a catalyst for social transformation. We believe that achieving long-lasting change requires everyone’s collaboration. That’s why we are building a movement that creates opportunities for every stakeholder in football to participate and collaborate in support of our people and planet.
Bottom-up and inside-out, we place all our focus on strengthening local capacity to transform realities, embedding purpose at the heart of the football industry and using football as enabler to inspire a shift in mindset.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Project Manager will contribute to our work on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) towards our objective to end racism in football, with the ultimate goal of creating a world where the football community is anti-racist, inclusive, and celebrates diversity.
The focus of the role is to lead the implementation of racial justice projects in Europe, particularly Switch the Pitch. /Switch the Pitch is an EU funded project focused on the training of professional football clubs,community organisations and fan groups to increase knowledge, motivation, and tools to challenge racism and champion inclusiveness.
The role requires a strong and thorough project manager, who is dedicated to racial justice, aims for radical collaboration to accelerate change and is a passionate and convincing communicator. We are specifically inviting PoC (People of Colour) to apply for this position.
Fluency in German is required for the translation of our Racial Justice Training Curriculum (English to German).
- You manage the implementation of the Anti-Racist Project in Europe, aimed at creating more inclusive spaces in European football, through network building and the implementation of several multi-year training programme.
- You are responsible for all aspects of project management. This includes project design, planning, execution, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), as well as financial and narrative reporting to our founders, including the EU.
- You lead the translation and adaptation of our anti-racist training curriculum into German based on your own expertise on these topics.
- You contribute to the implementation of additional DEI initiatives together with an internal team to effectively deliver against project deliverables.
- You review, develop content and facilitate training sessions for professional players, club staff, community organisation staff and young leaders.
- You provide guidance and develop new content focused on DEI, particularly racial justice.
- You build and maintain partnerships with Football for Good and DEI-focused organisations and engage with partners from the corporate, government, and football sectors to ensure the relevance, quality and sustainability of projects.
- You build and mentor communities of practice, working alongside experts to implement learning opportunities for the wider Common Goal Community.
- You have a degree in DEI, human rights, sports science, social science, international development or a related field.
- You have at least three (3) years of professional experience in diversity, equity and inclusion programmes, ideally related to the field of sports for development and anti-discrimination work.
- You have proven experience with managing complex, multi-stakeholder (ideally EU-funded) projects and collecting, reporting and communicating impact data. Event management experience is a plus.
- You have experience with conceptualising and facilitating workshops and trainings with a focus on DEI and/ or racial justice. Your passion for football and experience in football coaching is a plus.
- kjkYou are a passionate communicator and know how to initiate and moderate collaborative processes.
- You are familiar with creating databases, spreadsheets, presentations and the use of project management tools and apps. Experience in the creation of online learning tools is a plus.
- You are willing and able to travel regularly.
- You are native or fluent in English and German. Fluency in other languages is an important asset (especially Spanish).
- You are a great listener and team player who enjoys taking responsibility and working in a diverse, multi-cultural and inclusive workplace.
- You take initiative and responsibility of your work and solve problems proactively.
- You love to get things done, thrive on challenging the status-quo and have a genuine passion for our cause.
- Become part of a vision for football 2030, that aims to enable all stakeholders in the football industry to play their part in accelerating progress towards the Global Goals.
- Lead a motivating work culture with highly talented colleagues and peers and unique personal development opportunities within an internationally recognised social enterprise.
- Play your part in the world’s biggest community into a more sustainable path and join an innovative, experienced, solutions-oriented, and impact-driven team that is passionate about football for good.
- Enjoy flexible working arrangements, an inspiring and centrally located office, 30 days annual leave and other great features to enable an optimal balance between work and personal life.
- Benefit from attractive perks for all employees such as visa & relocation support, monthly public transport passes, a gym allowance, or home-office equipment and support, as well as other great initiatives to create a fun and exciting workplace.
- Make a full-time position in Berlin your own with attractive conditions.
- Last but not least, join an international squad of 18 nationalities, speaking more than 12 languages, where 100% of your future teammates agreed in the latest staff survey that “fellow team members are committed to doing quality work.”
How to ApplyHOW TO APPLY Kick things off by submitting your application documents with your CV, a letter of motivation, and/or link to your LinkedIn profile and a few sentences about yourself via our online application form. Please submit your documents as well as the information requested, as we cannot consider incomplete applications. Your application will be screened against the position-specific criteria and suitable, qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an assessment and selection process. Common Goal is an equal opportunities employer and strongly committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and building a multicultural environment. We encourage applications from all suitably qualified and experienced people! Women, trans, non-binary, and people from minority backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.
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