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We are Wolves. Progressive, determined, bright, unified and humble. A pack that is hungry for success. Wolves is one of the fastest growing football brands in Europe, and also boasts one of the richest histories in the beautiful game.

On the pitch we’ve enjoyed back-to-back seventh place finishes in the Premier League and European competition for the first time in nearly 40 years; and away from the pitch Wolves are becoming much more than just a football club, with brand verticals in esports, music and fashion helping to diversify the Wolves brand and provide compelling commercial propositions for new partners.

At Wolves it is all about what we will do, not what we have done.

We don’t simply look to the future, we seize it.

Equality Policy

The aim of the Equality Policy is to promote our own equality objectives and in doing so, help to ensure everyone is treated fairly and with respect. The Club's commitment is to promote inclusion and to confront and eliminate discrimination. The policy can be found here.

Wolves is committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We will consider applications solely on the basis of merit regardless of gender, race, nationality, ethnic or national origins, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, political or religious belief, background or family circumstances. All candidates are encouraged to complete a diversity monitoring form to help us achieve our equality objectives.

Wolves are proud to be a member and founding signatory of The FA Football Leadership Diversity Code. 

Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk 

Wolves is committed to the well-being and safety of children, young people and adults at risk. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment to providing a safe environment. You may be asked during the recruitment process to obtain a check from the Disclosure & Barring Service. It is a criminal offence for a barred person to attempt to engage with vulnerable groups. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent you from obtaining work, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided.

Guidance about whether a conviction or caution should be disclosed when making an application can be found on the Ministry of Justice website.

Wolves Safeguarding Policies can be accessed by all candidates here.

Safer Recruitment and Selection Policy


Wolves is committed to protecting the privacy and security of the personal information of all applicants/candidates for employment. We have prepared a privacy notice which describes how we collect and use personal information about job candidates during and after the application process. The privacy notice can be accessed by all candidates here

Speculative CVs & Work Experience

Unfortunately, Wolves does not accept speculative CVs and cannot accommodate requests for work experience at this time. 

Host Families

From time to time these opportunities arise and are published on this page. The process is separate to the usual recruitment process, please direct all queries and applications to

How To Apply

Please complete our application form and diversity monitoring form, then email them to for CLUB roles and for FOUNDATION roles.

Please include the job reference code in the subject line, unless otherwise stated on the advert.

Please note, we reserve the right to close any advertised vacancy before the stated closing date. We recommend applying to our vacancies early, to avoid any disappointment.

For safeguarding reasons, we are unable to progress candidates who have not applied with our application form. Thank you.

Application Form

Diversity Monitoring Form




Youth Development Phase Sport Psychologist

Wolves are recruiting for a Youth Development Phase Psychologist working within the Academy, as a fully integrated member of the support team. The role will require a practitioner to become immersed in the programme, applying psychological principles, promoting Wolves values, and working closely with players, coaches, support staff and parents. This full-time psychology role within the YDP aims to further enable staff and players to maximise performance and enhance wellbeing.

For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the Job Description.

Ref - SG-00-24052024

Closing date is 21st June 2024 at 5pm


Management Accountant – Academy, Ancillary, Retail & Facilities

Production of period end management accounts across the academy, ancillary sales, retail and facilities departments within WWFC, and production of month end WWP accounts, including day to day financial support for these areas, becoming their “go to” finance contact.

For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the Job Description.

Ref - AB-00-17052024

Closing date is 21st June 2024 at 5pm


Partnership Sales Executive

The Partnership Sales Executive will be responsible for identifying, contacting, and securing new Partners for the Club. With a strong focus on our Global and Principal Partnership assets, the Partnership Sales Executive will be responsible for building a comprehensive and robust sales pipeline and managing the full sales process from initial cold contact, through to the negotiation of rights, and ultimately securing sales.

The Partnership Sales Executive will also be required to proactively build relationships with existing commercial customers with a view to increasing revenue across the Club’s Partnership Programme.

For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the Job Description.

Ref - DT-00-15052024

Closing date is 29th May 2024 at 5pm


Local Academy Scout - Midlands

There has never been a more exciting time to work at Wolves. The Club is in the process of developing practices, strategies and teams to deliver success at the very highest level. 

The Local Academy Scout will predominately focus on players within the 6-14 age range covering games, fixtures and tournaments on a regional and school’s football. You will be responsible for the identification and recruitment of players that are of the required standard to progress within the Development Programme of Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Academy. 

You will be expected to carry out your duties in line with the scout’s code of conduct and the rules and regulations of the Premier League/ Football Association. 

For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the Job Description.

Ref - JM-00-14052024

Closing date is 28th May 2024 at 5pm


Community & Cohesion Officer - Mentoring (Wolves Foundation)

To ensure the Community & Cohesion projects offer young people a range of positive activities and opportunities which are inclusive, promote community cohesion and encourage personal development which helps reduce crime, particularly anti-social behaviour. 

The post holder will oversee Advantage and other mentoring projects in their entirety, working alongside the management team to enhance and expand the programme and identify future funding opportunities to support young people in our city. 

To work effectively within the Community & Cohesion team and take responsibility for the Advantage projects and all relevant mentoring projects within Community & Cohesions including: the delivery and facilitation of the projects with a key focus on building stronger and safer communities.


Fixed-term contract until June 2026.

Community & Cohesion Officer JD/PS

Academy Assistant/Sport Scientist Bursary (MSc Strength & Conditioning)

To aid in the delivering and monitoring (GPS/Heart rate) of on-field physical conditioning and gym- based Strength and Conditioning support services to youth players at Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. This placement is to support university study towards a postgraduate qualification in Strength and Conditioning working in partnership with the University of Wolverhampton.

For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the attached Applicant Pack.

Ref - MC-00-24042024

Closing date is midnight on 31st May 2024


Matchday Lottery (scratch card sales) Staff

Wolves are looking to expand the number of sellers to support the sales of Wolves Lottery scratch cards on Matchdays in the corporate hospitality areas and within the general stand concourses within the Molineux Stadium.


For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the Job Description.

Ref - KK-238-16082021


Turnstile Operator (Casual)

To admit spectators, check tickets.

Turnstile operators are not expected to be involved with searching or ejecting spectators or dealing with conflict. Their role is specific, and they will be expected to call on a supervisor or specialist stewards for assistance in dealing with any incident at their turnstile.

Turnstile Operators are supported by search stewards and a supervisor. 

For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the job description.

Ref - AR-296-06072022 


General Steward (Casual)

Stewards are deployed to assist in the safe operation of Molineux Stadium before, during and after events.

For more details on this role and the requirements, please see the job description.

If you'd like to be considered for this role please complete the General Steward Application Form and Diversity Monitoring Form (links located on the job description) and email to


Host Families Required

Wolves are seeking host families who can provide accommodation for Academy players aged 14-19 years. Our ideal Host family provision will be able to offer our young players a stable, safe and comfortable environment. We believe our players perform better on the pitch when they are settled and content at home.

At Wolves we pride ourselves on a nurturing environment and we want our players to fulfil their potential both ON and OFF the pitch.

For more details on how to register your interest in becoming a host family, please see the Host Families Description below.

All queries and applications should be directed to