Rockland Gaelic Athletic Association invites you to explore the following dynamic opportunity available in the Tri State area. We are seeking candidates for the position of coaching officer.
Qualifications must include;
Self motivated with excellent familiarity with Gaelic Games.
Genuine multi-tasker and natural communicator with good written and verbal skills.
Available to work flexible hours to accommodate evening and weekend events
Applicant’s employment status should allow RGAA to achieve their objectives in establishing this exciting position.
Candidate must be a minimum Level- 1 certified Coach, passionate, enthusiastic and driven. someone who sees this as a long term extensive building program.
Please log on to the official Rockland GAA website to see our Coaching officer Goals.
Salary commensurate with experience and will form part of the interview discussion.
Please e-mail resumes to our Club Coaching officer:
Rockland GAA Coaching Officer Goals
Player and Volunteer Recruitment:
-Primary goal is to recruit more children and Parents into the Rockland GAA program and retaining them as future players and volunteers in our club.
-In line with club strategy to have every lead coach certified at Award 1 in their age group the development officer position will be to ensure implementation of appropriate coaching to each age group. Each assistant coach will be certified to a minimum foundation award.
-Review with input on future head coaches and assistant coaches prior to nominations @ AGM.
Rockland GAA in the community
-Development Officer will be required to promote awareness of Rockland GAA in the wider community promoting the club at Cultural events, Educational Institutions and various community activities. Goal will be to raise recruitment and awareness of Rockland GAA in the community at events and through online promotions.
Recreational Rockland GAA events:
- To raise membership of Rockland GAA the coaching officer will be tasked with creating recreational GAA leagues for children, youth and adults in tandem with club playing season. Recreational leagues will introduce new players to Gaelic Games in a noncompetitive atmosphere, increase existing players skills by allowing them to refine their skills in the league and recruit new volunteers to the club by engaging new players to play the game at this social level and including their family and friends into the club.
Rockland GAA Summer camp:
-Development Officer will be charged with administering, promoting and coordinating the Rockland GAA Summer Camp program. Increasing the attendance while optimizing the standard of coaching available to kids at the camp.