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We all know that applying for a new job is a big deal and that assessment processes can be scary but it's important throughout the process to be yourself and be honest! Our values are important to us and not every role needs football experience. We would ask that you remove as much identifiable data as possible from your application (i.e. photo, martial status, age etc) as recruitment decisions are based solely on fit for role.

Below is some guidance on our recruitment process that you may find helpful.

Make sure that you specifically align your application to the essential and desirable requirements of the Job Description, calling out any key, quantifiable measures you can share with us to really call out your experience and skills.

We know it's great to work here but it isn't all plain sailing, we are on a journey and it's an exciting one. However, you need to be comfortable with an "all hands on deck" solution focussed approach. It's important to us that we get a feel for why you want to work for the Club and what you can bring to the role in particular.

Our assessment process is dynamic and growing as the Club evolves however our values or at the heart of everything we do so expect some values based questions. You will be asked to give some specific examples of where you have demonstrated our values in the past. There are loads of websites that you can research that will give you a good insight into values based recruitment.

We are also keen that you are able to demonstrate your skills, potential and ability in other ways so you may be asked to undertake a task directly related to what you will be doing in the role.

There are often two stages to our recruitment with the first being an online interview then, if successful, a more in depth face to face assessment.

It is also important to us that you are able to shine during any assessment so if you need any additional support or adjustments it is really important that you let the Resourcing Team know how we can help.

For a copy of any of our Safeguarding Policy please contact Recruitment@nufc.co.uk

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How do I apply?

To apply you will need to find a vacancy you are interested in here and apply.

Can I apply by CV and / or email?

All applications must be made through the above link and we are unable to consider off-line applications. If you are having any problems applying please just contact recruitment@nufc.co.uk and we'll be happy to help.

Should I include a photo and / or personal information with my application?

We strongly encourage you to minimise any personal information in the body of your application such as dates, marital status, photographs etc.

Can I be notified about new roles with Newcastle United?

Yes, you can register for job alerts at the bottom of this page.

How do I know my application has been received?

You will receive an automated email confirming receipt. Keep an eye on your junk email if this doesn't come through.

Can I get feedback if I haven't been shortlisted?

Unfortunately due to the volume of applications we receive this is not possible. However, if you are lucky enough to get invited to assessment we would be happy to provide feedback at that stage.

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Our values

Our values shape our culture and make the Club such a great place to work. They were created by our own colleagues from across the club so it's really important that you understand and personally align with them.

Passionate - We love what we do! We are Proud, Positive and Ambitious.

Collaborative - We are better together! We are Connected, Communicative and Appreciative.

Disciplined - We exercise self control! We are Self Starters, we are Professional and Humble.

Hard Working - We give it our all! We are Diligent, Accountable and Resilient.

We are "Family" - United as One