NSW Touch Football is now seeking expressions of interest for Team Management for their State of Origin Teams.  These positions will cover the 2022 State of Origin to be held in QLD and lead in to the campaign.

SOO represents not only an opportunity for players in the pathway to both State and national representation but also offers the same for coaches and managers.

Applications close 5 pm Thursday 13th January 2022.

Please see below information pertaining to each of the positions advertised;

Expression of Interest Form


Criteria for Position

  • Knowledge of the standards and behaviour expected of an NSWTA Official and/or Representative Player and acceptance for these standards, or the ability to quickly acquire and apply such knowledge.
  • The Coach must demonstrate the ability to work within the NSWTA “Code of Behaviour” guideline.
  • Possess a minimum active Level Two/Talent Coaching accreditation with a willingness to undertake or work towards an Elite accreditation.
  • Be prepared to accept the conditions of the appointment.
  • Must possess good oral and written skills.
  • Able to demonstrate the ability to work well under pressure whilst achieving objectives.
  • Must provide a written plan/outline of team objectives and how they will be achieved.

Statement of Duties

  • To Coach a Development Team to which the appointment was made.
  • To liaise with the NSWTA Team Manager, Technical Director and TEAM NSW Head Coach to ensure implementation of State Policy.
  • To arrange team training sessions providing direction and developing strategies.
  • To liaise with team management regarding administrative matters.
  • To ensure the conduct of the team is beyond reproach.
  • Maintain written player profiles and constantly review and monitor player performance and give individual player feedback.
  • To maintain and/or increase status as a Coaching Course Presenter.
  • Provide the NSW Team Manager with regular written reports when required.


Criteria for position

  • Knowledge of the standards and behaviour expected of an NSWTA Official and/or Representative player and an acceptance of these standards, or ability to acquire quickly and apply such knowledge.
  • Capacity to manage (ie. through a documented plan, organise, direct and control.) as appropriate players, gear and equipment.
  • A high degree of initiative and organisational ability.
  • Mature judgment and capacity to accept responsibility.
  • Good interpersonal relationship skills.
  • A minimum active Level One/Foundation Coaching Certificate.
  • The ability to work well under pressure whilst still achieving objectives.

Statement of Duties

  • Manage the Development team to which they are appointed.
  • Liaise with the Coach re: organising training times and facilities.
  • Liaise with the players to ensure that all team members are aware of the training and playing schedules.
  • Liaise with officials re: transport arrangements, clothing, gear, equipment, photographs.
  • Liaise with NSWTA Office to ensure all financial aspects are met by the Team.
  • Coordinate and manage team fundraising activities.
  • Become conversant with competition Rules, By-law, Regulations and requirements for paperwork.
  • Responsible for issuing players clothing gear and equipment.
  • Responsible for security of team valuables while playing.
  • Provide for players needs during games.
  • Provide facilities for players to obtain after match refreshments.
  • Submit a written report to Technical Panel following Nationals Championships.
  • PREFERRED: First Aid Certificate (Current).


Assistant Coach – Men’s Open
Assistant Coach – Mixed Open
Assistant Coach – Mixed Open
Assistant Coach – Senior Mixed
Assistant Coach – Men’s 30s
Assistant Coach – Women’s 45s

Team Manager – Men’s 30s
Team Manager – Senior Mixed
Team Manager – Women’s 35s

For more information

Please contact, NSWTA Sport Coordinator, Jocelyn Burnett [email protected] or 9558 9333.

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