Our QAS Vision is “Inspiring Extraordinary Sporting Success” and the performance of Queensland athletes at the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games was a phenomenal demonstration of that. We are on the runway to Paris 2024, Los Angeles 2028 and then onto an incredible opportunity with a home Games here in Brisbane, with the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
At the QAS we support 450+ pre-elite and elite athletes from talented juniors through to Olympic, Paralympic and World Championships medallists to win on the world stage. We support both in-house squad programmes, partnership programmes with National Sporting Organisations and/or scholarships for individuals who are on medal winning trajectories for international success. We have a bold new 2032 High Performance Strategy to propel us forward to enable more medal winning moments by Queensland athletes and ultimately inspire the State and the Nation ahead of a home Games in Brisbane 2032.
If you have a deep desire to contribute to something transformational, of State and National significance, and are committed to continuous improvement, it's an exciting time to join our organisation on an important mission.
Reporting to the Senior Performance Analyst, we're seeking a movement scientist with experience in:
- high performance sport working with professional or Olympic and Paralympic athletes/programs
- working effectively within interdisciplinary teams
- delivering performance analysis to coaches and athletes and the unique challenges of developing skills in elite athletes
- working within National/State Sporting Organisations and Sport Institutes or Professional Sport.
When submitting your application, ensure you attach copies of all mandatory and desirable qualifications and accreditations.
The Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our athletes.
We are committed to an environment where athletes from any background are heard, treated fairly and free from abuse.