The West Australian Football Commission (WAFC) is the peak Australian Rules Football body in Western Australia and is the caretaker of football throughout the State and responsible for the overall development of the game. The WAFC is a not for profit organisation that plays an important role in funding the on-going development of football in all communities. This ensures that football is the best resourced sporting code in the State and can have the most active role in building better communities through various development programs.
The new WA Talent Model has been developed by the WA Football Commission in partnership with the AFL and the nine WAFL Clubs and represents one of the key reforms from the WAFC’s Structural Review of Football, which was launched in March 2017. This Model will see player development aligned with the AFL’s National Framework and Talent Development Philosophy, to provide WA’s most talented players with the best possible chance to play at the elite AFL level or in the nation’s best State League competition, the WAFL.
The Colts Coach role will be the central coaching role within the new WA Talent Model. This role will have responsibility for the development of an integrated coaching and performance program that maximises individual player development. The role will require a true passion for developing young players, sound knowledge of teaching and coaching principles and outstanding communication and planning skills.
A detailed position description and essential selection criteria can be obtained by clicking here
Essential selection criteria:
Additionally, demonstrated working knowledge of vision editing programs as well as WAFL or WAAFL coaching experience will be favorably considered.
Applicants are required to submit a cover letter and resume (maximum of 3 pages) which addresses the above selection criteria to firstname.lastname@example.org. As part of your cover letter please clarify whether you have a preference for a particular club or are happy to consider all available opportunities.
For a confidential discussion regarding the above opportunities, please contact Jon Haines on 9381 5599 or 0433 989 774.
Applications for all positions close on 22nd September 2017.