Representative Youth Development Program Program Manager
The Collingwood All Stars Representative Youth Development Program aims to develop and provide players from a young age with fundamental basketball skills and build on these as they progress through the program. Progression includes strength and conditioning, academic support, resilience and mental health care, life skills, employment pathways and community participation.
The program reflects the Club’s core values and is premised on our belief that participation in community sport can equip children with skills for life. Submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 29th October
Wallan Basketball is seeking applicants from suitably qualified and skilled people for the role of Coaching Director. The role is responsible for the implementation of the association’s coaching philosophies, values and guidelines across all player and coach development activities and programs.
Applications close Sunday 5 December 2021. More information or a position description, email email@example.com
or call 0401 668885.
Eastern Districts Junior Basketball Association (EDJBA)
The EDJBA is a Saturday domestic competition in the North-Eastern suburbs, catering for over 11,000 players. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a self motivated person, to plan and deliver many aspects of the junior domestic basketball competition, including game scheduling, club gameday support, association administration and social media. This is a full time position as Competition Administrator for the EDJBA.
The association is looking to fill the position immediately, so will be shortlisting applications as they are received. Please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid missing out. Please send your application to Kirsten Holness – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bulleen Templestowe Basketball Club
Director of Coaching Talent Development
Are you a highly motivated and experienced Basketball Coach who loves working in the Community? Do you have previous experience working within a High-Performance sporting organisation? Do you enjoy working as part of a team? If so, you may be exactly what we are looking for to be part of the Bulleen Templestowe Basketball Club.
In the role of Director of Coaching Talent Development, your primary focus will be on the delivery of a series of pathway programs designed to enhance and improve the skills and attributes of our players, coaches, and officials to enable them to achieve their desired pathway goals.
For more information and to apply, click here.
Breakers Big V Head Coach & Assistant Coach Positions Available – Senior Women
Mornington District Basketball Association is seeking to appoint a Head Coach and Assistant Coach/s of our Breakers Senior Women’s Big V team and program. If you are an experienced Head Coach and passionate about senior female basketball, we want to hear from you! You will work collaboratively with our Director of Coaching, Head Coach Youth League Women and our junior Breakers coaching staff to create a high energy and lucrative senior women’s program. Mornington Basketball will consider applications from both experienced and aspiring coaches!
We are committed to creating an inclusive environment and welcome all people from different cultural backgrounds, race, ethnicity, disability, age, gender identity to apply. Further information available via the Mornington Basketball website.To express your interest please email our Director of Coaching, Andrew Sherwell email@example.com.
Marketing and Communications Manager
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Marketing and Communications Manager is an exciting and dynamic role that is accountable for the marketing, branding and digital communications function for Knox Basketball Incorporated (KBI) and the State Basketball Centre. Visit the Knox website
for further information and to apply.
Program and Operations Manager
Helping Hoops is recruiting a new Program and Operations Manager to join the team and be part of a small, purposeful Melbourne-based charity.
The ideal candidate will be flexible, proactive, highly organised and able to self-manage. The successful individual will need to be community and people-focused, and committed to creating safe, fun and inclusive sporting environments for diverse children and young people.
Helping Hoops promotes a safe, welcoming, and flexible working environment.
We are committed to being a diverse, equitable organisation that promotes inclusion and freedom of discrimination.
At Helping Hoops, we value and respect the diversity of the communities we serve.
Please direct all enquiries to Clinton Meehan – Executive Director: