At the AFL we’re here to enhance and grow our great game all the way from grassroots to the elite. We’re proud of the role we play from putting on the game, to communicating with our fans, to running community programs and to developing our coaches and umpires. Our purpose it to progress the game so that everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities.
If you’re passionate about footy that’s great and if you’re not that’s great too! We’re sure it won’t be long until you’ve picked your favourite team! What we are looking for is someone who can thrive in a fast paced and energetic environment and who’s passionate about delivering fun and engaging programs for Kids!
ABOUT THE ROLE
For many children, their first experience in our game is through participation in AFL Auskick, junior and school football programs. As an AFL Programs Facilitator, you play a key role in helping our Development workforce grow participation through the delivery of fun and engaging Auskick, junior and schools football programs, introducing participants to the AFL. You will be trained to deliver fun experiences to diverse audiences in a safe, consistent and inclusive way.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF
- Deliver AFL Auskick programs in community football clubs and schools
- Effective promotion of programs within schools, including school assemblies and clinics
- Assisting with school football competitions and programs including set up, ground marshals and umpiring
- Ensure adequate equipment is available to conduct programs
- Provide assistance to Developments Leads and Coordinators, as required
OUR IDEAL TEAM MEMBER
- A fun and enthusiastic nature with a passion for working with children
- Strong interpersonal communication skills (particularly with primary & secondary schools aged children)
- Demonstrated experience in providing a high level of customer service
- Ability to adapt to change, remain effective and calm when faced with changing tasks, responsibilities, or people
- Valid Blue Card (Working with Children Check)
- Valid First Aid (HLTAID011) and CPR Certificate (HLTAID009)
- Interest in Australian Football
The AFL is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in our care. The AFL undertakes several screening processes to ensure the appropriate protection of children in its care.
Please note, employment in this position is subject to the successful candidate holding a Valid Working with Children Check.
Please provide the location (suburb) which you are available to work in your application. For a full list of locations visit aflq.com.au/regional-hub