Seniors

Head Trainer required

The Hampton Rovers Football Club is in search of a Head Medical Trainer for 2013.

Following the off-season departure of long-time Head Trainer, Kevin Marks, the Club has an opportunity for an individual with previous sports medicine experience to take on role and lead the Club’s young and enthusiastic trainers.

Responsibilities of the role includes ensuring all Club trainers are sufficiently accredited and qualified, managing the Club’s Level 1 accredited trainers and ensuring sufficient trainers are in operation at required games, overseeing the management of injured players, coordinate transport of medical equipment to away games and the ordering of medical equipment and supplies.

The Hampton Rovers has maintained an honest and hard-working approach to its administration and has a deeply etched tradition, not only with the VAFA and MSJFL, but with the community at large. The club also maintains a high profile with the local media.

Every attempt is made to make everyone welcome at Hampton Rovers, not only as players, but also as helpers and supporters. In return we ask that you give 100% commitment towards our continued success, both on and off the field, respect and carry out all directions and adhere to the Code of Ethics.

The successful applicant must be a Level 2 trainer.

PDF Document Head Trainer Job Description

HOURS

Training Hours
January – March: Monday, Wednesday (5:30pm – 7:30pm)
March – September: Tuesday, Thursday (5:00pm – 8:00pm)

Game Day Hours
March – September: Saturday (10:30am – 5:30pm)

Remuneration is to be negotiated based on experience.

Please forward resume to info@hamptonrovers.com.a

For further information, please contact Jim Westhead on 0407 342 234.

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