Community Football Manager

The Macarthur Football Association (MFA) oversees football competition for 22 member clubs and 15,000 community members across Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly. Based at Lynwood Park, the MFA also operates talented player programs which aim to build generations of successful players and coaches. 

The MFA is currently seeking a Community Football Manager to oversee the development of coaches and players across our region. This role will suit an outgoing, highly motivated individual with a genuine passion for working with people and getting the best out of everyone.

To be successful in this role you will be a well organised individual with exceptional communication skills and one that enjoys frequent interaction with our community.

To be considered for this position candidates must hold a minimum B License coaching accreditation.

 

This is a rare opportunity to work with Macarthur’s most popular sport and contribute to the Football community.

 

A detailed position description is available for download below.

 

 

This is a full-time position. Given the unique nature of the sports industry, additional hours including evenings and weekends will be required.

To support the nature of the role, a motor vehicle will be included in the package.

This position is located at Lynwood Park, Rangers Road, St Helen’s Park.

Essential Requirements

Relevant Tertiary Qualifications

Working with Children Check

Drivers License

Applying for this role

Applications should be forwarded to admin@macarthurfootball.com.au by Close of Business, Monday, 30 November 2020.

 

If you are intending to apply, please do so at the earliest possible date rather than leaving it to the close date.

Preferred Format: As a guide only, the Association prefers a 1-page letter of introduction and an accompanying CV of no more than 5 pages, merged as one PDF file.

If you would like to have a confidential discussion regarding the role, please don’t hesitate to contact the Association on 4625 1333.

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