As an organisation, the AFL works tirelessly in all states and at all levels to enhance and grow the game – from grassroots to elite. Together, we put on the game, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. While our roles may vary, we are all united by a common goal, to progress the game so that everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities.

The AFL is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in our care. Please note, we undertake several screening processes to ensure this commitment is upheld, this includes ensuring the successful candidate to this position holds a valid employee Working with Children/ Vulnerable People check and a satisfactory criminal history record check

We are an Equal Opportunity employer and firmly believe that diversity and inclusion is an important part of both the AFL and the communities in which we operate. Our game is for everyone, and we strive to be a workplace for everyone.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.



The North West Program Coordinator is primarily responsible for the delivery of participation programs. Using a targeting approach this role will gain maximum participation within NAB AFL Auskick and school programs, and support transition of participants into community club environments, while promoting inclusive, respectful and safe environments. This role is primarily based in the field in schools and local Auskick centres and clubs.

Please note this role is located in the North West Coast of Tasmania. 



Key Accountabilities:

  • Assisting with the implementation of AFL Tasmania’s participation programs – including: Auskick, Superkick, NINES and school programs
  • Liaising with local clubs, Physical Education Teachers and school leads
  • Assisting with establishing campaigns to help provide participants a connection with their local junior club
  • Implementing regional action plans, ensuring targeted delivery of programs for maximum participation impact
  • Administering AFL program databases, contact records and reporting as required
  • Coordinating resource and equipment orders and stock for programs as required
  • Conducting AFL Auskick/Superkick and junior/senior club football promotions from time to time
  • Assisting with the implementation of all abilities, inclusion, multicultural and indigenous programs, and events
  • Assisting with office operations and administration support
  • Assisting with AFL match day requirements at UTAS Stadiums


Core Competencies:

  • Experience working with children and young people, Please note, the successful candidate is required to hold a Valid Working with Children Check and will be subject to a satisfactory criminal history record check.
  • Demonstrated personal initiative and ability to work effectively unsupervised
  • Excellent communication (both written and verbal), interpersonal, presentation and negotiation skills
  • Qualifications in Sports Coaching / Management, Recreation, Education or equivalent depth of experience
  • Due to the nature of the sporting industry must be willing to work outside normal business hours from time to time such as evenings and weekends
  • A love for the game of AFL
  • Tasmanian Driver’s License
  • Understanding Microsoft Office suite of products



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