Rovers seek Reserves Coach for 2014

The Hampton Rovers Amateur Football Club, competing in VAFA Premier C Section, is currently seeking a Reserves Coach for season 2014 and beyond.

The Hampton Rovers are a strong Club which possesses an equally strong brand within the community.

2013 was a successful season for Club, with the Reserves team finishing the home and away season in second position, and the Senior team winning the Division 1 premiership, earning immediate promotion back to Premier C Section for the 2014 season.

We are seeking a non-playing or playing coach who has at least a current Level 1 Coaching Accreditation.

Recruiting is well under way and season 2014 is looking to be another prosperous season for the Hampton Rovers. The club has outstanding facilities including a first-class playing surface at Boss James Reserve.

As well as seeking a Reserves Coach for 2014, the Hampton Rovers also have two newly created positions available for the 2014 season.

Development Coach
The role of the Development Coach will be to oversee the U/16’s, U/17’s and U/19’s programs. The Development Coach will work closely with the respective coaches and report back to Senior coaches on the progress and development of older junior players, as they begin to make their transition to senior football.

Rehabilitation Coach
The role of the Rehabilitation Coach will be to work closely with all players unable to take part in full training on a Tuesday night. These players will include those sore from the previous week’s game, as well as short, mid and long-term injured players. The Rehabilitation Coach will tailor programs to ensure each player is able to maintain adequate fitness levels and return to play in the best possible condition.

All applications to be made to the President via email: 

Applications close 31st October 2013.

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