2015 Senior Coach Vacancy

Written on the 28 November 2014

The Robina Roos are currently seeking expressions of interest for our Senior grade coaching position for the 2015 season.

Robina is a very proud and successful Gold Coast based club, currently competing in AFL Queensland's QFA South Division. Over the past 10 seasons, Robina has consistently appeared in many final series, winning 3 Senior and 4 Reserve grade premierships in the last decade. We are looking to continue this success with the appointment of two new coaches that can demonstrate the following attributes:
  • Coaching experience within Queensland or Interstate
  • Ability to attract new players to our Gold Coast based club
  • Ability to work as a team member with other coaches, players, committee members and volunteers
  • Previous experience developing, articulating and implementing a team vision, high performance culture and an effective game plan
  • Desire to help develop and grow our grass-roots club

This is a paid position and remuneration will be based on experience and the value-add the successful applicant can bring to the Club.

Please send all applications or enquiries to president@robinaroos.com.au or call Heath King on 0422 571 080.

Applications close 12th of December 2014. All applications will be treated with the strictest of confidence.


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