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Coach Development Lead - Queensland

Sportspeople - East Brisbane, QLD

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JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Work for Australia's strategic high performance sporting agency
  • Fantastic team culture
  • Exciting, challenging and dynamic work environment

The Australian Institute of Sport is responsible for leading and enabling a united high-performance system that supports Australian athletes to achieve podium success. The People Development and Wellbeing team contributes to the leadership and system partnership function of the AIS. The role of the Coach Development team is to work with the Australian High Performance (HP) system to grow the capability and capacity of its coaches whilst identifying and developing innovative pipelines of talent.

As part of the Coach Development team within People Development and Wellbeing, you will will manage and influence all facets of the QAS Generation 2032 Coach Program with the principal aim of assisting identified coaches, enhance their knowledge, skills, competencies and behaviours for a successful high-performance coaching career. In this role you will be responsible for collaborating with multiple internal and external stakeholders in order to guide the development of the Generation 2032 Coach Program.

To be successful in this role you will require:

  • Degree or higher qualification/s in coaching, sport science, education, organisational development, learning and development, or other relevant science
  • Experience in sport as a coach or other relevant environments conducive to working with and leading others to a performance outcome.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the key drivers of High Performance sport and the Australian system within this eco-system.
  • Demonstrated experience in collaboration, networking, influencing and facilitating for the purpose of leading to individual/team/organisation success.

Position is located in Brisbane at the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) and will be available until 30th June 2023

Salary range = $108,243 - $127,726 per annum + up to 15.4% superannuation.

Please note the ASC operates under The Australian Sports Commission Act 1989 and is separate to the Australian Public Service terms and conditions of employment. If you have any questions regarding movements from the APS to the ASC please call People & Culture.

If Canberra based, employment benefits include access to priority onsite Childcare placements, free parking facilities and use of on-site gymnasium.

Applications close 5.00pm AEST Wednesday, 2nd June 2021 (no late applications will be accepted).

To be eligible for employment with the Australian Sports Commission, it is preferred that applicants are Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia

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Acknowledgement of Country

The Australian Sports Commission, incorporating Sport Australia and the AIS, pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and acknowledge the valuable contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make to Australian society and sport.

Please download the Job Description and then hit the "Apply Now" button. You will need to upload your CV/Resume and then complete the online application form. The application form will include these questions:

  • Describe how your personal attributes will contribute to our team and enhance relationships with stakeholders
  • Referencing the job description, please describe why you believe you are suitable for this position
  • Please list your key relevant achievements

If you have any questions after reading the job description please contact Bill Davoren on 0409 588 650 for a confidential discussion, quoting reference number JN 1964. If you experience any technical issues please contact People & Culture on (02) 6214 1328 or [email protected]ort.gov.au.