Love football and based in Bolton? These apprenticeships could be for you
If you’re a passionate follower of football and keen to give back to your local community, then Bolton Wanderers in the Community might have a couple of apprenticeships for you.
The charity, which is affiliated with Bolton Wanderers FC, is looking for an apprentice youth engagement officer and an apprentice office administrator.
Applicants must share the charity’s mutual passion for improving people’s lives and helping to achieve its vision of “A connected Bolton without disadvantage”.
Plus, if you happen to be a Bolton Wanderers supporter, you’ll be happy to learn that both vacancies include 2x season tickets are part of the benefits.
The apprentice youth engagement officer role focuses on working with and engaging younger generations, particularly those who are at risk of offending and reoffending.
As a youth engagement officer, you’ll also support young people in education, employment and training as part of Bolton Wanderers in the Community’s employability programme.
And you’ll play a key role in the charity’s PL Kicks project to help support disadvantaged young people across Bolton through youth, football and multi-sport sessions.
The apprentice office administrator role is less community-focused but will support the smooth operation of the charity.
Bolton Wanderers in the Community is looking for someone to assist across multiple programme areas, including social inclusion, cohesion, active ageing, edi, wellbeing, schools, disability, offending and employability.
Your responsibilities will include answering calls and emails, and collating press and media-related articles associated with Bolton Wanderers in the Community.
If you want to find out more about these roles, visit Bolton Wanderers in the Community’s vacancies page.