|Position Title||Sports Trainer|
|Short Description||The Sandringham Football Club, nicknamed The Zebras, is an Australian Rules football club based in Sandringham, Melbourne. The club was formed in 1929, is currently aligned with the St Kilda Football Club and plays in the Victorian Football League (VFL).|
|Employer||Sandringham Football Club|
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|Work Type||Volunteer Position|
|Location||Sandringham, VIC, Australia|
The Sandringham Football Club, nicknamed The Zebras, is an Australian Rules football club based in Sandringham, Melbourne. The club was formed in 1929, is currently aligned with the St Kilda Football Club and plays in the Victorian Football League (VFL). The Sandringham Football Club will also be involved in the running of the Southern Saints VFLW in 2019.
Sandringham Football Club is seeking experience sports trainers to complement their medical support team, both VFL and VFLW. The successful applicants will be rostered as part of a team of trainers and must be available to attend training sessions (Up to 3 sessions per week) and match day on either Saturday or Sunday.
Reporting to the Sandringham Football Club Head Trainer, John Newson, this is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to be involved in a professional sporting environment. Minimum Level 1 Sports Trainer and current first aid & CPR qualification.
- Massage, hydration, strapping and injury prevention duties at training sessions and on match days
- Assist with training sessions held by the Club as required and rostered.
- Liaise with Doctors, Physios, High-Performance Staff regarding any player medical issues.
- Responsible Serving of Alcohol Certificate (RSA)
- First Aid Ceriticate
- Current CPR
||4 May 2019
|Phone (work)||(03) 9598 8629|
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