Current Job Vacancies

Senior Coach

The Glenelg Football Club is inviting expressions of interest for the role of Senior Coach.  With a proud 100 year history in the SANFL, a strong senior list and a reputation for identifying and developing junior talent, this is a rare opportunity for the right candidate to lead our Club towards attaining its next league premiership and building a sustainable culture of success.

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Playing experience at AFL or State League Level and/or Senior or Assistant coaching experience at AFL or State League Level
  • An infectious desire and ability to build a culture of high performance
  • Building effective relationships with players, coaching and support staff
  • A fiercely competitive determination to maximise individual and team performance
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Highly developed organisational and management skills
  • Ability to clearly articulate a defined coaching philosophy across the Club
  • Willingness and ability to promote the brand of the Glenelg Football Club
  • Clear understanding of the SANFL competition

As Senior Coach, you will implement a consistent coaching philosophy at all levels of the Club and play a leadership role in the development of our coaches. With an awareness of the profile the Senior Coach carries, you will have the ability to promote the values of the Club brand through meaningful engagement of key stakeholders including members, media and sponsors in an effort to further promote and develop the Glenelg Football Club in the community.

Full or part time expressions of interest will be considered in order to attract the best candidate to the position.

To apply please forward your application to by Friday 11th December 2020.  Phone enquiries are welcome on 8294 5333. All enquiries and applications will be treated will utmost discretion.

Expressions of interest

Junior Football

Expressions of interest can be directed to:
Paul Sandercock – Head of Football
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The Glenelg Club

Expressions of interest can be directed to:
The Glenelg Club
Bistro & Bar Manager – Emma Ross
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Expressions of interest can be directed to:

Glenelg Football Club – Reception
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