Work Opportunity For The Peel Regional Football Council

The Peel Regional Football Council are looking for a development officer to work for them. If you love your football, this paid role could be just right for you.

Role Purpose

The role of the PRFC Development Officer is to have a positive impact on the experiences of current
and future players, coaches, and referees within the area supported by PRFC, namely Rockingham
to Waroona.
It is a role that will promote, develop, and enhance football participation in the region through
education, implementation of initiatives and policies for football at every level and every age group
within the region
To provide activities that assist in the creation of a recruitment pathway into member clubs through
school / community engagement.
Support council member clubs/ associations in coach and referee development.

About the role

This is a contracted position and will be paid on an hourly basis.
The PRFC Development Officer will undertake or oversee the following duties (but are not limited
 Support and promote the ALDI MiniRoos Programme and ensure that all PRFC Associations
and Clubs conduct the ALDI MiniRoos Programme to the exclusion of all variations of
football in the U5s to U11s age groups.
 Minimum of two (2) MiniRoos Kick-Off sites delivered across the region.
 Proactively promote PRFC school coaching initiatives and all Sporting Schools key funding
dates released by Sport AUS to all schools in our region.
 Working with the responsible organisations and to have first right of service for confirmed
Sporting School bookings within the PRFC region.
 Minimum of two (2) Kick It. Skills program delivered each Term – 8 in total.
 Support and promote coach education courses and seminars to member clubs and
associations through established communication channels.
 Coordinate / organise / deliver coach education courses in the region with a specific
emphasis on community coaching courses.
 Identify suitable facilities to conduct coach education courses, club and association update
seminars and sessions.
 Planning, coordination and running Come & Try days for junior boys and girls.
 Coordinate and Attend Country Week including, coach selection and co-ordination, player
selection, pre country week coaching and initial coach the coach sessions for new to role
country wee coaches.
 Attending City of Mandurah & City of Rockingham Sports related seminars or events as
 Establishment of databases for the collection of data such as a schools register, activities
register, a register of course attendees.

The PRFC Development Officer is expected to develop a network and register of Development
Officers (past, present and future) to provide support, assistance and coverage so that all activities
and opportunities are covered.
The PRFC Development Officer will work closely with the Football West’s Coach & Referee
Development, and Operations Support Teams in the implementation of FW initiatives.
The PRFC Development Officer will report to the Council through its Chairperson and is expected to
attend monthly Council meetings.
The right person will have:
 Minimum Current ‘C’ License AFC accreditation or equivalent.
 Demonstrated experience in coordinating and presenting coach education programs to a
wide range of stakeholders.
 Previous experience in football coaching at both senior and junior levels
 Well-developed computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
 Strong written and verbal communication skills
 Well organised with an ability to prioritise work commitments and work with multiple
stakeholders simultaneously.
 Demonstrate a working understanding and application of inclusion, equality and anti –
discrimination, safeguarding and best practice.
 A current Working with Children check.
 A current First Aid certificate (or willingness to obtain one)
 A current Driver’s License.
 An Australian Business Number (ABN)

About You:

 Demonstrated strong administration skills.
 Excellent customers service skills and phone manner.
 Willingness to assist stakeholders and influence great outcomes.
 Ability to work in a team.
 Ability to remain agile and flexible.
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 Ability to work autonomously.
 Available to work during the day, evenings and weekends, as required.
 Available for the whole of Country Week.
 Fundamental Microsoft Office knowledge.
 Previous experience planning, coordinating and running events would be highly

If this is something that interests you or you would like further information, please contact the PRFC at

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