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Touch Football Coaches
St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School is one of Queensland’s leading independent schools, fostering in students confidence, compassion, academic excellence and a lifelong love of learning. We look for all staff to be committed to and in harmony with the Anglican ethos of the school. SPORT AT ST MARGARET’S St Margaret’s has a long, proud history of women in sport.
The school was one of three founding members of the Queensland Girls’ Secondary Schools Sports Association (QGSSSA) in 1908, an association that continues today. The primary school is a member of the Andrew’s Cup Competition. As testament to the school’s commitment to the sporting program at the school, in 2020 the school’s sports precinct was completed and opened.
This world class facility incorporates a water polo sized heated swimming pool with two 50m lanes, tennis courts, gymnasium, a strength and conditioning gym, an indoor climbing wall featuring seven belay stations and 76m2 of climbing, a dedicated ergometer room to support rowing and modern health and physical education classrooms. THE ROLE - TOUCH FOOTBALL COACHES 2021 Touch Football is one of the most popular sports at the school and with high participation levels, touch football has had success over the last few years with several teams earning premierships. St Margaret’s competes in the QGSSSA Touch Football competition.
This season runs from February until the end of May. The Touch Football program is coordinated by Teacher Coordinators, a number of Technical Lead Coaches and Coaches. Coaches lead two training sessions per week with fixtures to be held on Fridays.
We are currently seeking the following for the 2021 Touch Football Season: Technical Lead Coaches – Technical Lead Coaches provide expertise and leadership in the sporting program by developing and delivering coaching sessions that encourage students in skill and technique development. The Technical Lead Coach also takes responsibility for mentoring other coaches and some of the logistics of running the program. To view the position description see attachments.
Coaches - The role of coach is to deliver coaching sessions developed by the Technical Lead Coach and which encourage students in skill and technique development. To view the position description see attachments. THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE You will be an experienced and qualified coach who has a proven ability to develop young Touch Football players skills and instill a passion for the sport.
Essential requirements: All coaches must have, or be in the process of attaining, a minimum of TFA - Foundation Coach accreditation. TFA - Talent Coach accreditation or higher will be highly regarded. Technical Lead Coaches must possess relevant certification and qualifications to an advanced level.
This may include a degree in Teaching, Human Movement/Exercise Science or similar. As a minimum Technical Lead Coaches must possess a minimum of Touch Football Australia Talent Certification or be in the pr....