This role offers you the opportunity to work with Olympic Gold medal winning sports from Tokyo, freestyle BMX and Skateboarding, in addition to other action sports and athletics.
We're on the runway to Paris 2024, Los Angeles 2028 and then onto an incredible opportunity that will be a home games here at Brisbane, with the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games so come and join us!
Based on the beautiful Gold Coast, this role be primarily based at Metricon Stadium in Carrara, home to the competition level BMX park and newly expanded indoor action sports facility but will also provide services at the AIS Training Facility in Mermaid Waters.
While experience in action sports or athletics would be ideal, a passion for managing lower limb injuries such as ACL reconstructions, high ankle and soft-tissue injuries would be beneficial in this role.
As a Senior QAS strength and conditioning coach on the Gold Coast, you will have the opportunity to mentor and support other QAS strength and conditioning coaches to be their best.
As part of your servicing, you will provide world-leading evidence-based strength and conditioning services and advice to our QAS categorised athletes in line with each athlete's Individual Athlete Performance Plan, which is aligned with their What It Takes to Win framework.
Come and join us and be part of this exciting journey with athletics and Olympic action sports, taking your knowledge and experience to guide and support athletes to become their very best.
Ideally you will have:
- Minimum 5 years' experience in high performance sport working with Olympic and Paralympic athletes/programs or professional sporting teams.
- Experience in high performance sport working with action, aerial sports or athletics would be highly desirable.
- Demonstrated experience working in a multidisciplinary team to manage return to sport plans with injured athletes.
- Experience leading high performance practitioners in the same or similar discipline.
- Experience developing performance strategies and solutions for elite athletes while working within a multidisciplinary team to implement those plans.