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Issue 18 - May 17, 2019
ROYAL LIFE SAVING WA INCLUSION COORDINATOR ROLE

Royal Life Saving Society WA is seeking a highly motivated individual to join their Swimming & Water Safety Education team.

The successful candidate will work closely with relevant stakeholders including CaLD and Aboriginal community groups, local government aquatic centres and schools to develop partnerships that facilitate participation in Royal Life Saving programs.


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GAME DEVELOPMENT OFFICER OPPORTUNITY

An exciting opportunity is available for a full time Game Development Officer to join the NRL WA team in Perth, to contribute directly to a number of key initiatives of Rugby League's Game Plan.

The right candidate for the role will be self-motivated, energetic, trustworthy and enthusiastic about Rugby League.


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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS POSITIONS WITH SLSWA

Surf Life Saving WA has a vacancy for a Community Programs Officer, with the position having a focus on schools and the delivery of training courses and drowning prevention programs. 

The role also assists with the recruitment, training, rostering and management of Casual Community Program Instructors.  Applications close at 5pm on Sunday 26 May 2019.


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JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT THE WACA

The WA Cricket Association has two vacancies. The first seeks a Groundsperson to contribute to the presentation, preparation and maintenance of the WACA Ground and Optus Stadium cricket facilities, while the second is for a Casual Customer Service Coordinator, to provide exceptional customer service to Members.

Applications close later in the month, so if you one of these positions could see you join the staff at the WACA, click on the link below for more information.


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INDIGENOUS TRAINEESHIP POSITION WITH NETBALL

The Wirrpanda Foundation has partnered with the Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries to recruit a young Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person as a Community Netball Trainee with Netball WA.

The Perth based role will see the successful candidate work collaboratively to enhance the culture, growth and development of community netball in WA.


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LOCAL REFEREE APPOINTED TO A LEAGUE GRAND FINAL

Football West official Josh Mannella has been appointed Fifth Official, or reserve assistant referee, for this Sunday's Hyundai A-League Grand Final at Optus Stadium.

"I am delighted for Josh in receiving this well-deserved honour", said Football West Head of Referees Eddie Lennie.


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EXERCISE RIGHT WEEK STARTS MONDAY

Exercise Right Week is an annual campaign run by Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA), with the aim to inspire Australians to "Move More, Age Better".

The theme for the week starting Monday 20 May is "Active Ageing", to help people get the most out of life, whatever your age.


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BLEDISLOE CUP LONG LUNCH SUPPORTS LOCAL RUGBY

The Wallabies take on the All Blacks at Optus Stadium in August, and the Rugby WA Long Lunch is your chance to celebrate Rugby in the Riverview Rooms at Optus Stadium before the game and support your club through proceeds from the event. 

Support your local club, connect with the WA Rugby community and be part of celebrating the game before ahead of the Bledisloe Cup match to be played on Saturday 10 August.


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