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Everton Football Club is one of world sport's most respected and revered names - a by-word for innovation and professionalism during the course of a glittering history which now spans three centuries.

In 1878, Everton was one of the founder-members of the world's first professional league and has played more games in English football's top-flight than any other club.

Everton have been English champions on nine occasions, runners-up seven times, have won the famous FA Cup five times and in 1985 won the European Cup-winners' Cup.

We are constant innovators in the footballing world, ceaselessly striving to be the best, and the first to accomplish new feats, while establishing new forms. We are one of the Founding Members of the Football League and pioneers of the game. 

Throughout our 140-year history we have been recognised as a family-oriented Club based on our proud traditions. Those traditions have also encouraged innovation, ensuring Everton has remained one of the great pioneering Clubs in the history of the game. The first Club to construct a purpose-built football stadium, Goodison Park is one of the most revered stadiums in England.

Our values underpin how we behave, how we represent our club in our city, across the world of football, and how we look after one another daily. They provide a framework for how we work with partners, suppliers, and most importantly our fans. They help us to connect families. We are the People`s Club, that’s why it is so important that we follow our mission, which is ‘to make Evertonians proud to be blue’, that is what we live every day by:

“Nil Satis Nisi Optimum” – Nothing but the best is good enough.

Our Culture

- Equality & Diversity – All Together Now 

‘All Together Now’ is the Club's campaign to celebrate diversity and increase awareness of everything done by Everton FC and Everton in the Community to promote equality
Everton’s reputation as a Club of 'firsts' has seen pioneering work in promoting inclusivity across the Everton Family.
The ‘All Together Now’ campaign ties together Everton FC and Everton in the Community’s collaborative work regarding equality and diversity to ensure all fans – and anyone visiting Goodison Park or its community facilities - feel welcome and catered for at all times.

On an ongoing basis, the Club will continue to develop and deliver initiatives aimed at further encouraging and celebrating equality and diversity.

- Living Wage Employer 

At Everton we are committed to being a first choice employer and becoming Living Wage accredited is a natural step towards that. We worked hard behind the scenes and consulted with our staff and stakeholders; it is extremely important to us that we treat all of our colleagues well and reward people fairly in terms of their pay. Supporting the accredited Living Wage is quite simply the right thing to do; it improves our employees’ quality of life but also benefits our business and society as a whole.

Sunday Times Top 100 

In February 2018 Everton Football Club was named one of the best places to work in the UK for the second year running.

The Blues were included in the 2019 ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For’, an annual ranking and survey of Britain’s finest employers which is widely acknowledged as one of the most extensive studies into employee engagement in the country. 

Everton improved on the previous year’s position by climbing 25 places in the list, from 96th to 71st, having become the first football club to feature in the rankings in 2018. 

As well as improving its position in the prestigious list, the Club also moved from 1 to 2 Star Best Companies accreditation status in the space of a year, which is further recognition of the Blues’ ‘outstanding’ commitment to workplace engagement.

Over the preceding 12 months Everton introduced a number of employee benefits including enhanced maternity and paternity pay, a staff suggestion scheme, upgraded learning and development programmes, and tangible opportunities for internal progression.

- Disability Confident Employer 

Everton Football Club prides itself on being The People's Club, equality and diversity are fundamental principles at the core of the Club. We believe in equal opportunities for all and in all areas of diversity to ensure that individuals are not discriminated against.
We are committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment and our employment policies for recruitment, selection, training, development and promotion are designed to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy and maternity. The Everton family are proud to be a Disability Confident employer, a Living Wage employer and committed to the Autism Charter.

As part of our positive approach to disability, we are proud to participate in the disability confident scheme. We guarantee an interview to disabled candidates (as defined in the 2010 Equality Act) who meet the minimum shortlisting criteria as indicated in the advertised person specification.

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