As a fans-run football club, we rely on the kind heartedness of our supporters who donate their personal time by volunteering for the club.

But although we are well served by a fantastic team of volunteers we still need to attract more supporters to help us deliver on match days.

The more volunteers we can attract the more the work can be shared. Volunteers do not have to be available to work every home match day but if you are able to help out even just a few times a season this would be a great help in the continuing success of this thing of ours.

If you are interested in joining the army of volunteers please have a look below at the various roles below and if you are interested in a particular role please contact the relevant team leader.

General Manager (Finance and Admin)

An exciting job opportunity for a General Manager (Finance and Admin) has arisen at Dorchester Town Football Club.

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, well organised and self-motivated individual to this new position within the Football Club. The successful candidate will be numeric, a good communicator and be able to work under pressure managing conflicting demands.

The role will involve managing the Stadium and Bar as well as Fundraising. The role will involve annualised hours and salary is negotiable.

For more information and to apply, please send your application enclosing your CV to: David Martin. Company Secretary, Dorchester Town Football Club, the Avenue Stadium, Weymouth Avenue, Dorchester, Dorset. DT1 2RY. Alternatively, email to: vacancies[at]

Commercial Manager.

In June 2015 Dorchester Town Football Club converted to a community ownership model, we are now a not for profit organisation, under this model commercial income is more vital than ever before.

The role will be a voluntary position but the appointed person would receive 20% of net profit received by the club through new commercial deals. This would increase as certain levels were met. Hours are very flexible, it is possible to fulfil the role working from home, although visits to the club we be required for meetings.

Key Responsibilities
Generate new sponsorship agreements, including board advertising in the ground and the entry to the patrons draw.
Selling of advertising space in club productions such as the match day programmes, flyers etc.
Utilize the advertising space on the club website and social media outlets to generate income
Reporting to the Board of Directors on Commercial Activities, attending board meetings once a month.

Skills and Experience Required
Experience in the Commercial sector
Able to play an ambassadorial role for the club
Financially numerate with the ability to prepare and present basic board papers and reports
Able to provide a key interface with the commercial world
Experience to be able to negotiate, sell and influence
Self-starter with motivation, commitment, enthusiasm and drive
Some knowledge of football would be helpful.

If you are interested in applying for this role please send your CV and a covering letter to the Board of Directors, Dorchester Town Community Football Club, The Avenue Stadium, Dorchester, DT1 2RY or email to

Fundraising coordinator

Dorchester Town Community Football Club Ltd is a not-for-profit, mutual organisation. The club is owned and run by its shareholders, none of who can own more than one share. This form of mutual ownership is the same method used by clubs like FC United of Manchester, AFC Wimbledon and Exeter City.

The main revenues for a football club are: Football revenue – gate receipts, cup prize money, transfer fees Commercial revenue – sponsorship, advertising, match day competitions Venue revenues – bar and catering income, room hire Fundraising revenue – grants from local and national organisations

Dorchester Town Football Club is now creating a dedicated role of ‘Fundraising Coordinator’ who will have the responsibility of heading a small but hardworking team of dedicated volunteers.

Job purpose:
1.    Continually research sources of grant funding
2.    Report all available grants to the Board
3.    Write grant applications as approved by the Board
4.    Identify fundraising opportunities and organize Local Events

Working pattern:
1.    The successful candidate can base themselves from the club office or from home
2.    There are no set hours, but you will be expected to be available by phone/email on a working day
3.    Report to the Club Board

About you:
You are courteous, resourceful and possess good people and organisational skills and have some experience in fundraising and Event organisation. You have the desire and ability to take on projects by yourself. This job will suit you either because you are semi-retired or because the current job market makes it hard to get any paid work at the moment and this will ensure your skills/experience stay current.

Please note: This is an unpaid role (with the exception of appropriate expenses). However, the club will consider paying the Fundraising Coordinator a percentage of successful grant bids or a set success fee.

How to apply
Candidates should apply to Annie Greenslade via with a cover email stating why you’re interested in the role.

Back-up Cameraman

We are hugely fortunate to have Sam Bernard, who expertly runs the DTFCtv operation – filming matches to offer highlights for fans and full-match analysis for Mark Jermyn and the team.

Given the importance the highlights now serve, we require a back-up cameraman should Sam be unable to attend a match. We dont envisage this role requiring much time at all, but it would be great to have that back-up, should we need it.

Free admission and complimentary half-time refreshments will be offered and in return, we simply need someone to collect the camera from the main office, set up from the gallery in the main stand and film the match. Subsequent editing duties are already arranged and this role will simply take place for the 90 minutes.

How to apply

Candidates should apply to the club office by calling  01305 262451 or email: or just ask a club official

Match-day Programme Sellers

Selling programmes is easy and fun. Sellers are required to be at the ground one hour before kick-off time when they will be given their programmes and their “pitch”. Sellers are positioned on the outside and inside of the ground.

When the match starts selling finishes and the sellers return to the cash office to hand in their takings.

You will need to be familiar with dealing with cash and counting change and be polite to all members of the public you meet – after all you are the “face” of the club and in some cases the first DTFC member visitors will meet.

You will be joining a friendly, helpful team so don’t be worried about not knowing what to do, there will always be a team member available to help you.

If you want to sell programmes or need to know a bit more about what’s involved contact Annie Greenslade via

Dorchester Lottery Ticket sellers

The club runs the highly popular Dorchester Lottery, raising significant funds of the Fortuneswell Cancer Trust.

We are always on the look out for more people to help sell more lottery tickets, particularly in communities across Dorset.

You will be joining a friendly, helpful team so don’t be worried about not knowing what to do, there will always be a team member available to help you.

If you want to help sell lottery tickets or need to know a bit more about what’s involved contact Annie Greenslade via

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