Triathlon Australia is the official National Sporting Organisation responsible for the management and delivery of the sports of triathlon, duathlon, aquathlon and multisport within Australia. It is a member of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) and is recognised by the ITU and the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) as the National Federation representing Triathlon.
Triathlon Australia (TA) has 8 affiliated State and Territory Triathlon Associations. Known as the STTAs, they are the official members of the national body. In addition TA has approximately 22,000 individual members and 220 affiliated triathlon clubs.
Triathlon Australia’s National Performance Centre (NPC) provides a daily training environment with face to face “hands on” technical coaching including SSSM support in World Best environments. The NPC’s have a strong emphasis and focus on U23 and JUNIOR development by ensuring talented athletes are fully prepared to meet the demands of future world class international competition and in turn deliver on Australia’s Winning Edge. Currently, Triathlon Australia has two recognised National Performance Centres. They are:
- BRISBANE National Performance Centre (BNPC)
The Brisbane NPC is based at the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS), located at the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre (QSAC) in Nathan, as well as utilising other local facilities as required
- GOLD COAST National Performance Centre (GCNPC)
The Gold Coast NPC is based at the AIS Centre of Excellence, Pizzey Park in a contemporary AIS facility shared with the high performance programs of BMX and Canoeing, as well as utilising facilities at Bond University.
Reporting to the National Performance Director, the National Performance Coach (x2) will lead the daily performance environment, technical direction and operational standards for the BNPC or GCNPC within the framework established through Triathlon Australia’s High Performance Plan. To be considered for this hands-on role you will hold national and international triathlon coaching experience. You will be highly motivated and target-orientated individual who has a passion for achieving elite success through strong track record of developing emerging and talented athletes. This is a full time position with contract term to 31 December, 2020.
If you are the best at what you do and believe you have what it takes to fulfil the role of National Performance Coach we'd like to hear from you by MONDAY 17th OCTOBER 2016
Candidates wishing to be considered for this role should first read the position description and selection criteria prior to applying.
To apply, please forward a covering letter and resume that clearly addresses Person Specifications – Qualifications and Experience criteria.
Applications including resume should be sent to Elissa Dunbavan - firstname.lastname@example.org
In the first instance general enquiries should be directed to Craig Redman, National Manager - High Performance Pathway – email@example.com. Alternatively, contact CEO Miles Stewart - firstname.lastname@example.org.