Kickstart

500 young people will have the opportunity to work in an EFL Club or Club Community Organisation as part of the government’s Kickstart scheme.

 

Over 65 EFL Clubs have signed up to be involved, offering six-month work placement jobs roles to young people aged 16-24 who are claiming Universal Credit - with the aim to give young people the opportunity to build their skills in the workplace and to gain experience to improve their chances of finding long-term work.

Kickstart gives young people the opportunity they need to get their foot on the ladder and a foothold in the world of work. Nationally, the scheme has already created more than 38,000 vacancies across the UK and received over 4,000 applications from employers. Tens of thousands more jobs are expected in the coming months.

The scheme targets young people who have been hit especially hard by Coronavirus and Kickstart focuses on giving them the best possible chance of getting a job.

 

Vacancies at Lincoln City FC and Lincoln City Foundation include:

  • Digital Design Assistant

  • Community Fundraiser

  • Community Event Coordinator

  • Media Assistant

  • Data Inputter (Impact and Improvement) 

  • Assistant Sports Tutor

  • NCS Assistant Coordinator

  • Assistant Community Coach

  • Communications and Commercial Admin

  • Grounds Assistant

  • Maintenance Operative

  • Wellbeing Activity Coordinator

  • Health Improvement Activity Coordinator

Lincoln City Foundation

Registered Charity Number: 1128464

Lincoln City Foundation

LNER Stadium

Lincoln

LN5 8LD

enquiries@lincolncityfoundation.co.uk 

01522 563792 

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Lincoln City Foundation is a charity registered in England and Wales no. 1128464. A non-profit-making company limited by guarantee. Registered in England no. 06608600.