Vacancy : National Training Centre Coach

by admin on July 1, 2013

Reporting to the national coach, the national training centre coach (WA) will play a key role in the preparation of identified squad members to achieve international success. The NTC coach will focus on the daily training environment for the Australian under 18, Australian emerging and NTC squad members.
In addition, the NTC coach will be a key link in communicating the national coach’s philosophy and vision for the 2014 Commonwealth Games and 2016 World Championships to coaches and selectors in WA to achieve international success. As a result, forming and building relationships and assisting with the developing programs with  Bowls WA and the Western Australian Institute of Sport coaches, selectors and staff will be a crucial aspect to this role.
Key selection criteria
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:

Ability to case manage athletes to achieve on green success;
Ability to provide technical coaching advice to individual athletes;
Experience in creating and developing training programs;
Ability to communicate a shared vision to a wider group;
Ability to build relationships with key stakeholders;
Experience as a bowls coach/player at state, national or international level.

The position description is available upon request.
Unique criteria
The successful applicant must be:

Prepared to travel interstate/intrastate; work weekends and non-traditional hours as required.

Athlete liaison outside of office hours on occasion may be required.
Attendance at Australian Sides Championships and nominated state events.
Attend Australian squad camps, international events as directed.
Attend Bowls WA pathway events as directed.

This position is a part time (0.4) contract position through to December 31, 2014. Continuation of this position will be dependent on ASC funding.
All applicants must submit their current resume and a cover letter via email to addressing the key selection criteria to be considered for this position. Applications must be submitted in one Microsoft Word or PDF document.
Please note: The preferred candidate will be required to complete a working with children and police check in each state/territory in Australia.
If you would like further information regarding this exciting opportunity please contact Bowls Australia Administration Officer Jakub Syslo via email or phone 03 9480 7100.
Applications close COB Friday, August 2 – late applications will not be accepted.
Please note: Interviews will be held in the week beginning August 12.