Become a Netball Queensland COMMUNITY COACH Today!
Would you like to inspire the next generation of netballers?
Netball QLD is looking for coaches to deliver NetSetGO before, during and after school hours.
– Plan and deliver engaging sessions
– Competitive pay rate
– Equipment provided
– Coach development opportunities
We’re looking for coaches who:
– are upbeat and enthusiastic
– love netball
– use a game sense approach
– are experts at putting smiles on faces
The following is required to become a Netball Queensland Community Coach:
– minimum Foundation coaching accreditation
– register as a coach on the Sporting Schools website (www.sportingschools.gov.au) or we can register on your behalf
– current Working with Children Check (Blue Card) – a copy must be supplied
– current registered member of Netball Queensland – this must be for the current year
If you meet the above criteria then you will be covered by Netball Australia’s Insurance policy. Payment is $40 per hour including travel and meal allowances.
If you are interested in applying to become a Netball Queensland Community Coach please click here:
Netball Queensland advertise coaching positions for clubs/Associations/Regions /Schools. All applicants must complete the below form and return to Karen Topp at, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brisbane Central Flyers Netball Club – 2019
|Name of Association, Club, Region or School:||Brisbane Central Flyers Netball Club|
|Position:||Head of coaching. We are seeking an experienced coach to mentor, develop and support the club’s volunteer coaches during training.|
|Time Commitment:||2 to 3 hours per week. Flyers train on Tuesday nights at Downey Park netball courts from 5:30pm to 7:30pm (may extend to 8:30pm depending on team registrations)|
|Accreditation level||Development or higher|
|Remuneration:||starting at $2,500 and increasing based on experience and added value the coach could provide to the club.|
|Closing Date:||21 January 2019|
|General information about Association, Club, Region or School:||Flyers is a community run organisation promoting netball for inner norther Brisbane suburbs residents. Further information about Flyers can be found on the Flyers website or the Flyers Facebook page|
St John’s Anglican College, Forest Lake – 2019
|Name of Association, Club, Region or School:||St John’s Anglican College, Forest Lake|
|Time Commitment:||Term 1-2 sat morning games and 2 sessions a week in term 2|
|Accreditation level||Development or higher|
|Contact Details||Megan Mercer email@example.com|
|Closing Date:||January 30th, 2019|
|General information about Association, Club, Region or School:||Term 1 preseason, Term 2 in-season. TAS sports competition|
Rangers Netball Club, Western Districts – 2019
|Name of Association, Club, Region or School:||Western Districts Netball Association, Rangers Netball Club|
|Position:||A grade/A reserve/Div 1|
|Time Commitment:||Wednesday night training with courts being available from 7 pm and Saturday games starting from the 1220 round|
|Accreditation level||Intermediate or above would be ideal however experience will be taken into account|
|Remuneration:||Based on experience and accreditation|
|General information about Association, Club, Region or School:||This coaching position is for our top 2 team with the grade of the teams after selections.
Phoenix Netball Club, Townsville City Netball Association Inc – 2019
|Name of Association, Club, Region or School:||Phoenix Netball Club Townsville Inc.|
|Position:||Premier League Head Coach|
|Time Commitment:||Monday night competition game and at least 1 additional session/week training (min. 1 hour)|
|Accreditation level||Development or above would be ideal however experience will be taken into account|
|Remuneration:||Coaches shirt, TCNAI Membership fees paid, no club fees, local development course fees paid.|
|Closing Date:||19th November 2018|
|General information about Association, Club, Region or School:||Further information about Phoenix Netball Club can be found at http://www.townsvillephoenix.qld.netball.com.au/ OR on the Club’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/phoenixnetballtownsville/
Queensland Catholic Netball Association – 2019
Queensland Catholic Netball Association are seeking applications for a Technical Director (Coaching and Player Development)
Job Title: Technical Director for QCNA (Queensland Catholic Netball Association Inc.)
Purpose of the Role:
The Technical Director is to provide leadership, education, and technical and policy direction for players and coaches in the QCNA Program in line with the Netball Australia coaching curriculum and QCNA Development Plan and Association Philosophy.
The position reports to the Executive Committee of QCNA and to other parties as directed.
She/he also may be required to liaise with and report to Netball Australia and Netball Queensland coaching authorities.
About Queensland Catholic Netball Association:
The Association was established over 40 years ago and currently holds fixtures for Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Women with potential for Junior Boys, Mens and Mixed in the future.
We further participate in Netball Queensland competitions ie. State Age, QCup (Queensland Cup) and SE Queensland Premier League (Zone 6). We have between 15 and 20 Representative teams for players aged between 11 and Adult) and participate in a number of Rep Carnivals, trainings, and fitness and conditioning training programs.
We further run a Player and Coach Development Program (CDP and PDP) incorporating skill development, fitness, court systems and injury prevention.
Our home base and training courts are at Downey Park Netball Courts, Windsor.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Liaise with Executive Committee or such other appointed persons to ensure adherence to QCNA philosophy and playing style.
- To provide leadership, education, mentoring and support for all Association Coaches.
- Provide advice and mentoring to players and coaches as required.
- Provide technical direction and monitoring of the player pathway of QCNA.
- To play a key role in the recruitment and appointment of Coaches for QCNA.
- To provide technical direction and support for any Association programs, including injury prevention.
- To ensure that the Netball Australia, Netball Queensland and QCNA philosophies and policies are understood and followed by coaches and players within the Association programs.
Raiders Allstars Netball Club (Downey Park) – 2019
|Name of Association, Club, Region or School:||Raiders Allstars Netball Club (Downey Park)|
|Position:||Coaches for Open, Intermediate and Cadet club teams
In particular – Open Division 1-4
|Time Commitment:||Weekly – 1-2 hour training session (Wednesday), 1 game (Saturday)|
|Accreditation level||For senior Open teams – minimum Foundation Netball Coaching course
For Cadets/Intermediate teams – none required
Raiders will also support their coaches financially to complete courses throughout the season.
|Remuneration:||Minimum $200 for no coaching qualification, can earn up to $1300 for the season with increasing
levels of coaching accreditation and coaching/playing experience.
Finals Bonus of $100
|Contact Details||Penny Benjamin (Coaching Coordinator)
0401 638 667
|Closing Date:||28 February 2019|
|General information about Association, Club, Region or School:||Raiders is the biggest club at Downey Park, Windsor. In 2017 we proudly won the Division 1 and
Division 2 Open Finals (with the Div 2 final being Raiders vs Raiders). 2018 Saw Raiders play in
the Division 1 grand final again, and finish 3rd in Division 2. We are now looking to become an
even stronger club in 2019. We have a truly wonderful sense of community at our club and would
love to welcome some amazing new coaches to our family.
Saints Netball Club, Townsville – 2019
|NAME of ASSOCIATION /CLUB:||SAINTS NETBALL CLUB – TOWNSVILLE|
|Position /s: available:
SENIOR HEAD COACH
|Oversee coaching of 2019 Premier League & Div 1 Teams Squad
(these 2 teams are our club’s top most competitive senior teams)
|TIME COMMITTMENT||Monday & Tuesday night game (1 hr each) & Wednesday night training – 2 hrs
(shared with an assistant coach)
|ACCREDIATION LEVEL:||Development or above preferred but not necessary however experience will be considered|
|JUNIOR COACHES-||We have several positions for Coaching in various ages (u11-18yrs) & grade/divisions|
|TIME COMMITTMENT||Monday OR Tuesday night training (1 hr) & Wednesday night game|
|ACCREDIATION LEVEL:||Foundation or above|
|Remuneration:||Will receive a Club Coach polo, coaching bag with all equipment required will be supplied,
NQ, Association and Club fees paid in full, any accreditation coaching courses to upgrade will be subsidised.
|Contact details:||Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 0438 238394|
|Closing Date:||31 December 2018|
|General Information on our club :||Saints values our volunteers and all that they do for our sport of Netball. Our committee offers full support and encouragement needed to fulfil any needs and proud to have been recipients of the Townsville City Netball Association’s “CLUB OF THE YEAR’ for 2018, 2017 and 2015. To express your interest in coaching use the link on our facebook page – www.facebook.com/Saints2012 OR more information on our club can be found on our website http://www.townsvillesaints.qld.netball.com.au/|
Riverlife Baptist Netball Club, Western Districts – 2019
|Name of Association, Club, Region or School:||Riverlife Baptist Netball Club|
|Position:||A Grade/A Reserve Coach 2019 Season|
|Time Commitment:||4.5 to 5 hours per week|
|Accreditation level||Netball Qld coaching accreditation or higher|
|Remuneration:||Based on Accreditation and Experience|
|Closing Date:||31 January 2019|
|General information about Association, Club, Region or School:||Riverlife Baptist Netball Club is a family and community netball club. RBNC have a strong belief in attracting and developing junior players in our supportive and friendly club, with a view to encouraging long term participation in netball. The club is committed to promoting a healthy, active lifestyle for families and the local community, in a competitive and enjoyable environment.
RNBC strives to create a positive environment where players feel welcomed, valued and supported. To have a positive influence on the players netball and life experience, to develop player’s skills and wellbeing, and provide a pathway for their development. This means RNBC players are known for:
– Being skilled players
– Being disciplined
– Showing respect to each other and the opposition and officials
– Playing fairly
– Winning and losing graciously
– Being ‘good sports’ – thanking the opposition, shaking hands and for the Captain to thank the officials after each game
– Enjoying their netball
Our coaches will:
– Show respect to their players, the opposition and officials
– Win and lose graciously
– Develop players skills and wellbeing
Carrara Netball Club, Southport Carrara Netball Association – 2019
|Name of Association, Club, Region or School:||Carrara Netball Club
Based at Southport Carrara Netball Association.
Benowa Gold Coast.
Mentor, develop and support volunteer coaches and Club teams.
|Time Commitment:||2 to 3 hours per week, up to 18 weeks, beginning from late February/March. Training sessions are held on Tuesday from 4.30 pm.|
|Accreditation level||Development or Higher|
|Remuneration:||negotiable, on average $35 per hour|
|Contact Details||Contact: 0411441310
By text, and please advise when it would suit, for the Club to phone you to discuss further details.
|Closing Date:||APRIL 2019.
|General information about Association, Club, Region or School:||Volunteer coaches, team managers, assistants and players, also required for our 2019 season.|
The Gap Netball Club, Downey Park – 2019
|Name of school, club, Association or Region||The Gap Netball Club|
|Position||Coaching Convenor – The Club is looking for an experienced coaching convenor to lead the training, development and management of volunteer coaches for the Club. The Club is based at Hilder Road State School, The Gap.|
|Time commitment||Average 8-10 hours weekly:
· management and development of coaches at training nights (Tuesday – Thursday) and/or game day
· monthly coaching development session (Monday)
In addition the Convenor will be responsible for the allocation and establishment of coaches at the commencement of the season.
|Accreditation level||Development or higher|
|Remuneration||Based on time commitment required, experience, accreditation and vision to support coaching development.
Further coaching development for the successful applicant will be supported by the Club.
|Closing date||Short resume outlining relevant skills and experienced due by Tuesday 29th January 2019|
|General information about school, club, Association or Region||The Gap Netball Club is a community-based club based in The Gap with approximately 550 registered players and officials. The club has a strong commitment to inclusion and participation for players of all skill levels. The club also has a strong commitment to the development and support of coaches and umpires.|