Sharks Junior Rep & Academy Staff 2022
Author : Sharks Media
In contributing to the development of junior talent, the Sharks are looking for qualified and committed staff for our junior rep and academy programs and are taking expressions of interest for the 2022 season.
The Sharks have a proud tradition of advancing the rugby league careers of young men and women through their junior academy programs, however they also offer opportunity and career advancement for coaches, trainers and support staff.
For the Sharks Matthews Cup (Under 17’s), SG Ball (Under 19’s) and Tarsha Gale Cup (Women’s under 19’s) teams, as well as to support the young players in our various Academy programs and teams, the Sharks are seeking applications from Sports Trainers, Physiotherapists, Equipment Coordinators, Strength and Conditioning specialists, Team Managers and Ground Announcers/Timer.
Could those interested please go to the link below and detail qualifications, experience and references, along with any other relevant information.
The NSWRL and the Sharks are aiming to be able to resume community sport and begin preparations for the 2022 Junior Rep seasons in the coming months.
Applicants will be contacted by Sharks Junior Development staff.
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