Touch Football Australia is currently seeking to appoint suitably qualified coaches to the vacant assistant coaching positions within the National Youth Program. The Australian Youth teams will be attending the 2018 Youth World Cup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from the 6th to 12th August 2018.
TFA is seeking Expressions of Interest from suitably qualified, currently accredited and active Elite level coaches to fill the following positions.
National Youth Program:
- Boys 18’s Assistant Coach
- Girls 18’s Assistant Coach
- Boys 20’s Assistant Coach
- Girls 20’s Assistant Coach
- Mixed 18’s Assistant Coach
- Mixed 20’s Assistant Coach
To submit your Expression of Interest for these positions, click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PK2KXWG
Expressions of interest will close at 5pm Friday April 27th, 2018.
The appointment term for the Youth Assistant Coach positions will be from date of appointment in 2018 through to completion of all responsibilities after the 2018 Youth World Cup. This campaign will involve attendance by the appointed Assistant Coach at all Team and National Selection camps throughout the 2018 preparation.
As an Australian Assistant Coach there will be a large emphasis on interaction across the program, innovation within coaching and constant professional development. This will require a need for individuals who are willing to participate in a collaborative environment, with high levels of accountability, adherence to improving technical knowledge and a focus on leadership and management.
The appointment processes for all volunteers within the HP Program, takes into account the balance of the applicants current skills and areas for improvement. In the same way coaches select athletes to fit a role within a team plan, volunteers will be selected and required to full fill the role to deliver success for Touch Football Australia.
Outlined below for your information is the prescribed key selection criteria for all volunteer appointments within TFA:
- Actively work as leaders within the broader organisation, with an ability to promote positive/collaborative working relationships and represent the organisation in a professional manner.
- Actively promote a positive culture among the appointed group, reflective of the organisation’s expectations for all participants within the sport, and above all else in line with TFA Code of Conduct and other policies.
- Display an ability to work independently as well as within a team environment.
- Actively communicate and prepare for specific requirements of the role.
- Complete agreed assigned tasks to the expected standard of the organisation.
- Maintain absolute confidence with any confidential or Intellectual Property related information of the organisation.
- Hold and/or obtain required accreditations to undertake the role.
- Support TFA in the coordination and development of other volunteers.
- Aiding in conflict resolution as required.