City in the Community School Programs Coordinator
Based at La Trobe University, Bundoora and reporting to the Head of Community, this role would suit an organised individual with strong communication skills.
Deliver multiple Community programs within primary schools including a newly created initiative called the City Robots program
Deliver the Healthy Hat Trick Program in primary schools
Oversee school bookings for City in the Community staff
Act as a key contact for SEDA students, who participate as volunteers for the club
Attend and run school holiday clinics
Assist on match days as required
Assist with our Young Leaders program including Homework Club
What we need from you:
Primary Teaching tertiary qualification
Grassroots football coaching qualification (desirable)
Previous experience working with children and/or community groups
Holder of a Working with Children check (WWC)
Ability to meet deadlines, and problem solve to ensure priorities are met in a fast pace environment
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong administration skills
This appointment will be subject to Safer Recruitment processes including satisfactory criminal record and other background checks. Please apply through Sportspeople or to email@example.com
Host Families Needed Near Our City Football Academy
As Melbourne City Football Club grows, it continues to cultivate local, national and international talent. In order that we can create the best conditions for our young players to develop they need to be in quick and/or easy reach of our training facilities.
Can you help with accommodation for our young players?
We have more young players joining our development programmes all the time. Generally these players are aged between 14 and 18, and some require high quality accommodation on either a temporary, part-time or full-time basis. The requirement is mainly for longer term accommodation of periods between 6 months to 24 months, for players from further afield choosing to live full-time in Melbourne.
We require a small number of high quality homes for either one or two players in each unit (you must have at least two rooms available). Players will require a spacious single or double bedroom, quality bed and mattress, wireless internet access, desk and storage, some personal space, outdoor space, and their meals (breakfast and evening) and personal laundry to be provided. Access to pay-TV (Foxtel) or similar is preferred.
The Club operates in a fast moving environment so we require host families who are flexible and committed. As such the football club makes an all-inclusive payment to host families to cover basic costs.
Distance and Transport
We encourage using public transport for many journeys. Thus we need your accommodation to be a short distance from the City Football Academy in Bundoora and near a train station, or on a suitable bus or tram route, and we may ask the host family to undertake some of the transportation (for which mileage expenses are paid).
If you have experience bringing up children or looking after someone else’s child then you might be able to help us. All you would need to do is provide a safe, welcoming and comfortable environment for our players to rest and recuperate after a day’s training or school. Our young players would also expect some of the support normally given by their own parents when living at home.
All host family members over 16 will be subject to a criminal records check, all adults will need a Working With Children Check and the household will undergo a rigorous suitability assessment of both the accommodation and people living there.
If you think you might be interested in joining our Host Family Team please contact Louisa Bisby on 0435 963 494 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat to learn more about helping us with the provision of accommodation for our players.