Position Overview
The Auskick Support Coordinator is a casual position providing support to the community Auskick Centres and AFL halftime activation sessions at UTAS Stadium and Blundstone Arena.
The role will provide an outstanding level of support, expertise in the delivery of Auskick Centres in the region including the set-up and running of several new Community Auskick Centres.
Working hours will be 3pm-5pm weekdays, some Saturday mornings and at AFL games at UTAS Stadium/Blundstone Arena.

Location: Launceston, Hobart and North West Coast

Job Profile

Volunteer Support
▪ Asist and communicate initiatives to showcase best-practice Auskick Centres and behaviours
▪ Coordinate Auskick centres where required
▪ Responsible for the development and implementation of relevant processes, information and
support for the recruitment, induction and onboarding of new Auskick Centre Coordinators
▪ Mentor existing Auskick Centre Coordinators

Program Delivery
▪ Visit Auskick centres, assisting with delivery and assets management
▪ Provide relevant Regional Manager/Game Development Staff with feedback, insights and data
in relation to performance of Auskick Centre’s in their markets
▪ Deliver Activation sessions in the community to help promote Auskick Participation
▪ Coordinate AFL halftime Auskick Activation sessions at UTAS Stadium and Blundstone Arena

Core Competencies
▪ Understanding of volunteer sports administration and related challenges and requirements
▪ Ability to build and maintain relationships with Auskick Centres and Community AFL Clubs
▪ Experience in mentoring or supporting others
▪ Experience in delivering/coaching of sport programs to children

Qualifications and Expectations

Mandatory
▪ Working With Vulnerable Children Check
▪ Car License and access to reliable vehicle
▪ Demonstrable experience working with young people
▪ Understanding of legislation and requirements in relation to child safety practices

Desirable
▪ Direct experience in running a community Auskick centre or similar
▪ Understanding of the AFL landscape in Tasmania

Child Safety Standards
The AFL has a commitment to ensure we provide professional, safe and enjoyable environments to
children and young people who participate in our game.

The executive and management of our organisation are responsible for undertaking recruitment and
ensuring that our process’s and systems are robust and thorough, as well as being communicated
and understood internally. Our recruitment process is a 5-step process and includes meeting and
engaging with a variety of key people from across the organisation as well as completing thorough
verification checks.

As part of our comprehensive recruitment process we ensure that all safety and legislative checks
such as working with children checks, Criminal background checks, employment and personal
reference checks are completed to ensure anyone working for the AFL is fit for the role they are
employed in, prior to commencing employment.

The AFL takes the safety of children and young people very seriously and reviews all process and
procedures in line with current state and federal legislation.

Interested candidates should send a resume outlining their experience to aaron.roberts@afl.com.au or call 0482 999 520 for more details.