Our goal here at the AFL is to enhance and grow the game across all states and all levels – from grassroots to elite. As one team, we put on the game, build participation, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, and collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. Our roles may vary but we are all united by our common goal, to leave the game in an even more extraordinary place.
AFL Northern Territory currently has the following job vacancies:
Reporting to the Manager of MLLLC this role is a broad one which is in place to support MLLLC staff, MLLLC education program and the MLLLC accommodation facility. The Michael Long Learning and Leadership Centre (MLLLC) is designed to harness the power of AFL football in the Northern Territory (NT) to give young Indigenous Territorian’s the same opportunities as their non-Indigenous peers. The MLLLC has a focus well beyond football in order to provide a unique sporting and education model that will cater for Indigenous male and female students from remote areas. The Centre has a residential component comprising of accommodation for up to 60 people and function rooms suitable for a variety of events.
Game Development Coordinator
Reporting to the Manager of Club and Game Development NT this position is responsible for implementing a targeted approach promote and implement AFL programs to gain maximum participation levels at AFL Auskick, Thunder Juniors, Schools, AFL 9s and clubs, focus on driving transition of participants into community club environments and acting as a positive presence for the AFL brand within a designated “hub” that delivers outcomes to all stakeholders
Maintenance Services Coordinator
Reporting to the Manager of Operations this role is responsible for the cleaning, general & preventative maintenance of the Michael Long Learning & Leadership Centre (MLLLC) in Marrara NT. The centre is a two-story building with administration spaces, a gym, lap pool & ice baths, and includes an accommodation area for up to 62 people.
Remote Development Manager
Reporting to the Remote Projects Manager this role’s focus is to develop and facilitate football related programs that aim to improve education, social and employment outcomes for Indigenous people and communities. This role has a strong emphasis on improving remote community school attendance through mitigating the impacts football carnivals can have on attendance and direct school engagement programs. This position is responsible for delivering community enhancement football themed programs designed to achieve lasting health, fitness and general wellbeing outcomes throughout the communities of Central Australia.
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