Uganda Premier League side Busoga United has moved to beef up their staff with volunteers ahead of the new season.
The volunteers will work at the club in roles of scouting, coaching, media and communications, Video production and photography graphic designing, sales and marketing, research, Sports Medicine, statisticians, football analysis among others.
Grappling with financial constraints, the club has said that the move will help them to reduce costs and has vowed to ensure that the volunteers are “supported throughout.”
Busoga United has said that this will help the volunteers with an entry point and pathway to professional employment with the club.
The basic requirements for the volunteers include being 18 years and above, dedicated to fostering positive change among others.
“Eyaiffe Volunteer Program (EVP) has a large range of volunteer roles including one off, short-term and long-term opportunities from the formal to the informal. we also make it easy for you to find the volunteer role that suits your interests motivation availability and location,” Busoga has said in a statement.
Interested candidates have been asked to submit their CVs at club emails [email protected].
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