Posted On 6th May 2014

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) have an exciting opportunity for a Facilities Coordinator to join the FIH team. The newly-formed role will work with and be a member of a team of sport and development professionals who are based at the FIH offices in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Our calendar is packed with exciting events, kicking off this summer with the biggest event in hockey, the Rabobank Hockey World Cup. Following this will be a number of the Hockey World League Round 1 events, the Hockey World Congress and the end of the year sees the return of the illustrious Champions Trophy.
We require a Facilities Coordinator who can work independently off-site, be available to travel to the FIH office in Lausanne on an agreed basis and work with National Associations and their clubs to make informed decisions with regards to securing facility provision. Someone who is knowledgeable within this field as well as an excellent communicator, who can quickly establish credibility and strong relationships across a wide and complex network of stakeholders both within the sport and externally is ideal.
For more information and to view the job description click below:
2014 FIH Facilities Coordinator – Job Description
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is the world governing body for hockey, recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Founded in 1924, FIH today has 127 member National Associations and is responsible for the biggest hockey events in the world including the much anticipated Hockey World Cup and the illustrious Champions Trophy.

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