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The Norths Devils are seeking applications for a Club Medical and First Aid Officer

Employee Type: Casual Position

The Norths Devils RLFC is looking for a passionate and dedicated individual to take on the role of Club Medical and First Aid Officer.

This exciting position is an essential part of our team, ensuring our players’ well-being and peak performance.

The Heartbeat of the Team

As the Club Medical and First Aid Officer, you’ll be at the forefront of our mission to deliver top-notch medical and first aid support to our Norths Devils state-wide competition teams. Your role is crucial in enhancing the safety and success of our athletes, and you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside professionals who share your passion for the game.

Your Game Plan: Principal Duties

In this dynamic role, you will:

  1. Coordinate Medical and Strapping Supplies: Be the go-to person for all medical and strapping supplies, ensuring our teams are well-equipped for every game and practice.
  2. Master Stock Control: Oversee the inventory of medical and strapping supplies throughout the season, ensuring nothing is ever out of reach when our players need it most.
  3. Budget Management: Collaborate with the Ops Manager to order supplies in line with our budget, ensuring that we’re always prepared for the season ahead.
  4. Deliver First Aid Expertise: Provide top-tier first aid and injury treatment at training sessions and games, demonstrating your dedication to player well-being.
  5. Player Strapping: Strap our players to prevent injuries and provide stability before training sessions and games, playing a crucial role in their preparation.
  6. In-Game Vigilance: Keep a watchful eye on players during games, swiftly addressing potential injuries or incidents that may arise, ensuring our team stays at peak performance.
  7. Document and Assess Injuries: Thoroughly document and assess players’ injuries that occur during training or games, contributing to their recovery and rehabilitation.

Expectations and Qualifications

To succeed in this role, you must:

  • Commit to attending all training sessions and game days as determined by the Head Coach.
  • Assist in player preparation before training and game day warm-ups, including strapping and first aid.
  • Be prepared to perform Game Day Level 2 duties for the Open Men’s team, if required.

You should hold a minimum NRL Level 2 qualification or be a Registered Medical Professional. A Working with Children Check is compulsory. In addition, you should embody the following standards of behaviour and responsibilities:

  • Maintain a positive team-first attitude, even in challenging circumstances.
  • Excel in communication, both with players and staff, fostering a supportive environment.
  • Showcase excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Thrive in a team-oriented and multi-skilled environment.
  • Possess a self-motivated spirit and the ability to motivate others.
  • Maintain a professional appearance suitable for the relevant environment.

Welcome to your journey with us. As the Club’s Medical and First Aid Officer, you will be responsible for conducting communication sessions with the Head Coach and Football Operations Manager. These sessions will enable everyone to provide constructive feedback to optimise processes and improve your contribution to the team’s success.

If you’re passionate about the health and performance of rugby league players and want to be part of a dedicated team, the Norths Devils RLFC Club wants to hear from you.

Join us now and make a difference in the game of rugby league. Don’t let this extraordinary opportunity to combine your passion for sports medicine with a rewarding career slip by.

Be part of something history and apply now to be part of the Norths Devils RLFC.

How to Apply

If you’re ready to be part of the Norths Devils RLFC and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of our athletes, we encourage you to apply!

Register your interest below:

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