In 2019, West Brunswick Amateur Football Club had three Men’s and two Women’s football teams competing in the VAFA. In 2019, our Men’s thirds narrowly missed out on playing finals, while our Women’s Development Team (Women’s thirds) had a lot of success, winning 9 of their 10 matches. The playing list at WBAFC is strong and boasts a lot of depth across all grades.
At West Brunswick, we espouse a ‘one club’ culture and are looking for coaches who are committed to working with the club committee, and all Men’s and Women’s team’s coach to promote a positive and unified club. The successful candidates will receive support to achieve their individual and club coaching goals through certification and ongoing development while working alongside our senior coaches, who each have a wealth of experience and a history of success.
For the development role, in particular, we are looking for an applicant who can work with players who are new to the sport to coach and develop foundational skills, and cultivate an understanding of the game.
The successful candidates will possess the following skills and attributes: strong knowledge of the game
the ability to develop players’ skills and fitness strong communication skills on and off the field demonstrated leadership capabilities
the ability to implement a cohesive game plan
The successful candidate must have, or be willing to obtain, a current Level 1 AFL coaching accreditation. WBAFC will fund the level 1 accreditation for successful applicants.