Sports Trainers required for 2022 season

Hampton Rovers Football Club has opportunities for sports trainers to join the club for the upcoming 2022 VAFA season.

Opportunities are available to work with our five senior men’s and women’s teams: seniors, reserves, thirds, under 19s and senior women’s. Availability on Saturday’s is a must (April–August) and at least one of Monday, Tuesday or Thursday (6-7:30pm) for training sessions. This is a paid role with the club offering a competitive hourly rate.

Depending on availability, successful candidates will be allocated a team that they will look after for the majority of season.

Education/experience history:

Qualified sports trainers are welcome to apply and students studying an allied health profession (such as Physiotherapy, Myotherapy, Podiatry, etc.) is preferred, but not a requirement. If you are interested but inexperienced, the club will provide the necessary assistance and education for you. The club’s head trainer is a qualified Physiotherapist and will provide support to all sports trainers as required.


  • Pre-match preparation; Taping, Massage, organising kits
  • Injury Management
  • First Aid


  • Level 1 sports trainer (club will reimburse the cost if the applicant doesn’t already have this qualification)
  • First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Flexible availability
  • Must have, or be willing to obtain an ABN (required for payment)

Please forward applications or any questions to President – Gary Nash:

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