Netball New Zealand

Netball is the most popular women's sport in New Zealand.

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Premier Netball Coach

Mount Albert Grammar School

We seek a suitably qualified netball coach to coach and mentor our premier squad, to coordinate and lead all of their pre-season and season trainings as well as their match programs. They will be involved in the development of netball players of the Premeir team, and expected to work with the Director of Netball to plan for succession of players as they transition from our junior netball academies in 2020 and beyond. It is expected that the successful candidate will support our school-wide sporting culture underpinned by The MAGS Way values.

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Please send your cover letter, CV and completed Mount Albert Grammar School Staff Application Form to Sarah Hayes; email address shayes@mags.school.nz The successful applicant does not need to be a trained teacher, but if so please state specialist subject area as a part of your application. Closing date for applications is Monday 4 November 2019 at 4pm.

Coach Relations Job Vacancies

Netball Central

We have two new exciting part time opportunities to work really closely in the coach development space, 20 hours a week.

Click here for full details. Closing date 7th Nov

Netball Head Coach

Hong Kong Cricket Club

A unique opportunity has arisen for a full-time Head Coach for the Netball section at the renowned Hong Kong Cricket Club, due to the continued expansion and success of the section. This pivotal position will lead the development, management and implementation of netball programmes and strategies to achieve optimum success for both Junior and Senior netballers of the Hong Kong Cricket Club.

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If you would like to know more about this role then please contact our Convenor, Kate McNicholl, at netballconvenor@hkcc.org Applications together with a complete resume, expected salary and date of availability to: hrm@hkcc.org before the 31st October 2019