Brisbane City Football Club partner with Mercy Community Services to deliver a Football For All disability inclusive football program. This first-class inclusive football program, caters for players of all ages and abilities.

On site sessions will run weekly on Saturday afternoons at Brisbane City Football Club. It is expected that there will be social interactions either side of the sessions including; other junior team games, food and drinks and the Brisbane City FC NPL Senior team games - when they play at home at the Corporate Travel Management Stadium.

There will be fortnightly outreach sessions to special schools and community centres. These will likely be during the week and will be flexible in their delivery.

The role

Involved in the delivery of sessions straight away! There is no requirement of prior football coaching background.

Students need to be great communicators and be able to work with a wide variety of people at the club and its participants.

Students will work closely with professionals in their areas to ensure that there is a close contact support network in these exercise sessions.

Requirements

  • Current Blue Card
  • Registered as a volunteer on MyFootball Club
  • Required to attend the Gala Launch day (you will be notified of the timing when you connect with Brisbane City Football Club – please inquire)

When and where

Sessions follow Queensland school terms

Please arrive at 12.45pm for 1.30pm start.

Brisbane City Football Club 42 Newberry Street, Newmarket 4051 

Applications

There are 3 positions available.

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If you are experiencing any issues with InPlace or have questions about this opportunity, please contact ACU Engagement: acuengagement@acu.edu.au

 

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