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POSITION AVAILABLE: GENERAL MANAGER FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

Monday, October 23, 2017 - 3:01 PM
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General Manager: Football Operations
West Perth Football Club (Inc.)

The West Perth Football Club (Falcons) has its origins as one of the Western Australian Football League’s foundation clubs. Based in Joondalup, the club’s off-field reputation is as impressive as its on-field achievements.

In 2018, the Falcons will enter another exciting era of an already successful history with the opening of new facilities that will better cater to players, members, corporate partners and supporters. This is an exciting time to be part of the future direction of the West Perth Football Club.

An experienced and energetic General Manager, Football Operations with a proven track record within, and extensive knowledge of the football industry is sought to take football operations for our club to a new level. Responsible for list management, match day logistics and coach and player development, you will also play a critical role in strategic planning, stakeholder management and leading and influencing people.

You will have demonstrated strong performance in similar roles in football, business or other sporting organisations. You must have extensive experience managing a team and have a broad network of contacts that will assist you in your role within the football industry. An understanding of development pathways within football and the West Australian Football Commission rules and regulations governing WAFL clubs will be an advantage. Your commercial and financial acumen will be highly regarded as will your ability to deal with our wide range of associated partners.

This is your opportunity to play a critical role in the growth and success of the West Perth Football Club, together with advancing football in Perth’s northern corridor.

Apply now by forwarding a written application and resume to:

Chief Executive Officer
West Perth Football Club (Inc)
Email: ceo@falconsfc.com.au

Applications close 9am Monday 30 October 2017