Established in 1907, New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL) holds the unique distinction of being the first rugby league organisation in the country. As the governing body of rugby league within NSW and the ACT, our people are passionate about fostering rugby league at all levels. Our community spans more than 700 clubs, 100,000 players and many hard-working coaches and volunteers state-wide.
At the elite level, the State of Origin series is one of the biggest events on the Australian sporting calendar. NSWRL proudly manages the State of Origin campaigns of the NSW Blues and the NSW Sky Blues Origin teams.
We are a values-based organisation with a highly professional and dedicated team who are focused purely on what is best for rugby league in NSW and delivering excellence on and off the field.
Our values of inheritance, professional, united, courageous, innovative and legacy are critically important to the way we operate and make decisions as an organisation. Aligning with and advancing these values is an essential part of every role within NSWRL.
About the Position:
NSWRL is seeking applications for the position of League and Club Support Coordinator within our Football department.
This position is responsible for building capacity in clubs, leagues, schools and communities to ensure the efficient operational delivery of Community Rugby League. The position is responsible for the creation of an environment for players of all ages and abilities to enjoy the game, and growth in participation numbers.
The position will be based on Bathurst and support the Group 10 rugby league competitions and the Woodbridge Cup, both of which operate across mid-central western NSW.
Major responsibilities include:
- Assist in the development of all relevant Club and League plans (strategic, operational, facilities);
- Support the smooth running of competitions which includes structures, draws and game day operations;
- Supporting and assisting with rugby league development and promotional activities;
- Supporting judiciary and tribunal processes;
- Ensuring league and club compliance with NSWRL policies, rules and regulations.
The successful candidate will have:
- A passion and sound understanding of Rugby League, with knowledge at club, player and coach level;
- Excellent communication skills and a proven ability to build relationships across diverse stakeholders;
- A demonstrated ability to apply a firm and consistent approach;
- Exceptional conflict resolution and negotiation skills;
- Strong computer skills across Microsoft Office;
- A current NSW Drivers Licence and Working with Children Check.
Consistent with the nature of the sporting industry, the successful candidate must be flexible and willing to work weekends, evenings and reasonable additional hours as is required to fulfil the requirements of this position. Remuneration is set in recognition of this requirement.
A position description is linked to this advertisement.
Working at NSWRL:
Our people are proud to work at NSWRL, an organisation where each individual is valued and recognised as essential to the achievement of our strategic objectives. In addition to our competitive terms and conditions of employment and contemporary workplace and HR practices, NSWRL offers employees additional benefits of employment which are complemented by a positive and supportive workplace culture.