Become a Team Manager
Team Managers must be flexible, alert and organised, managing multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. The job role includes assisting with the preparation of the team before, during and after competition, working to optimise the smooth running of training and extra activities for the team. Team Managers also often stand as a representative and spokesperson for the Team and the sport.
As a Team Manager you are responsible for the overall administration and management of the team and will be the liaison person between the team, coaching staff, parents/guardians and office administration.
Becoming a Team Manager doesn't go without its hardship but is an extremely beneficial and rewarding experience that contributes greatly to the personal development of each athlete while also providing opportunities to travel alongside teams both nationally and internationally.
To express interest in becoming a Team Manager or learn more about how to get involved, contact the NSW Royal Life Saving office.