Program development, Coaching oversight, Team and culture building role.
John Paul College is one of Queenslands largest independent Early Learning to Year Twelve co-educational schools. Founded in 1982 as the states first Christian Ecumenical school, we have a collective enrolment of approximately 1950 students.
John Paul College delivers a contemporary education grounded in traditional values. Our people are at the heart of all we do, and this is reflected in our purpose: to educate, to inspire, to make a difference.
Located 20 minutes south of Brisbanes CBD, the natural bushland campus features extensive and modern facilities to support a leading-edge technology programme and wide-ranging cultural and sporting opportunities.
We are seeking experienced netball specialists to co-ordinate and coach our club, interschool TAS and representative netball program, commencing January 2020 on a part time contract for 2020.
They have a responsibility for planning, coordinating, communicating and promoting a vibrant and inclusive program. Applicants must also have the ability to develop inclusive opportunities for development and coaching, foster positive relationships with school and club associations, and communicate with staff, students and parents in a timely and respectful manner. It is expected that the successful applicant will attend the College for training, meetings, student/parent interaction, competition and trials.
The Netball coordinator & Head Coach will maintain a spirit and character that is supportive and recognises the worth of each student as an individual in accordance with the College Ethos. The successful applicant will be experienced in netball coaching and/or administration. Knowledge, experience and practical skills will have been acquired and demonstrated in a similar role within a school, club or netball association.
Applicants must be prepared to model and maintain the Christian ecumenical ethos, values and beliefs of the College. The position requires a positive notice Blue Card.
Interested applicants may contact the College for further information as required by contacting Human Resources.
This position will commence in January 2020.
Applications close - 18 November 2018 at 9.00am