Bromley Football Club are delighted to confirm the appointment of Jeff Hutton as Director of Charity & Community.
The 31-year-old has been a part of the Club for more than 13 years, most recently as General Manager managing day to day operations, has worked on a wide range of projects including the installation of the 3G community pitches, managing the transition of the football Club from a part-time set up to a full-time operation along with playing a key role in the formation of the Club’s first-ever charitable foundation.
On his appointment as Director of Charity & Community Jeff said, “I have greatly enjoyed my time as General Manager of the Football Club and I’ve learnt a lot but I feel extremely excited and privileged to take on this new role and look forward to having the ability to direct my full attention to continuing our already fantastic work within the Community.”
“This first begins at home, making sure throughout all the on and off-field progress we continue to listen and engage with fellow supporters and get behind the many fantastic volunteers amongst our Community and Youth set ups. Beyond this, we need to continue our work across the wider local area and borough, providing opportunities through Sport to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of all those within our community.”
Jeff, who steps down from his position as General Manager to take on his new role added, “The search for a Chief Executive Officer of the Football Club has already begun and we look forward to hearing from candidates. This is a special Club with a special team off the field and it’s important we bring on board an experienced leader to take us even further on our journey.”
More information on the Club’s work within the local community and how you can get involved can be found via the Community Sports Trust’s website by clicking here >
For those wishing to express an interest in the Chief Operating Officer role please view the job description on Linkedin by clicking here >