The High Performance Manager (HPM) will be responsible for all high performance matters within Cork GAA and will report to the Chief Executive Officer. In addition, the HPM will partner with the CEO, Cork GAA staff and team managers to develop and strengthen strategies relating to player development within all Cork teams. The primary function of the HPM is to develop and maintain a high performance system incorporating a developmental pathway from underage to senior level in addition to cultivating an elite athlete programme capable of producing a large cohort of players capable of successfully competing at adult intercounty Gaelic Games.
1 – Planning
- Plan, develop and implement a system to deliver a successful performance programme.
- Develop an annual high performance plan from underage to senior for approval by the County CEO. Report regularly to the CEO on progress in implementing the high performance plan.
- Prepare formal progress reviews.
- Collaborate in the creation of a winning culture and environment across all Cork teams.
- Ensure the provision of optimal coaching, sports science, medical and lifestyle support for all Cork players.
- Recruit, direct and manage a coaching and support team with the skills and experience necessary to ensure that the goals of the HP plan are achieved.
- Establish and review annual performance objectives for all HP staff.
- Implement an optimal sports science and medical support structure around all Cork teams.
- Ensure positive staff morale through effective recruitment, people management practices and behaviour.
- Ensure the development, documentation, communication and effective implementation of annual coaching and training programmes for all Cork players.
- Ensure the advance planning and effective implementation of all training programmes. Where necessary directly supervise coaching activity.
- Collaborate in the creation of appropriate Coach Education and CPD programmes at Club, School and County levels.
- Support the Talent Development Manager in developing, communicating and ensuring the effective implementation of an appropriate talent identification and development programme across the county.
- Assist in the monitoring/support of players who fall outside development squads/county panels.
- This job description is not meant to be exhaustive in nature. There are items including Athlete Welfare, Budgets and Stakeholder Relationships required of the role not specified above.
- Full-time 3 year contract.
Cul Camp Coach Application Form 2019Applications are invited for positions as “Coaches” working for Cork GAA during the summer months for the Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps 2019. Camps will be running in Cork from 1st July – 23rd August in Juvenile clubs throughout the county. This is form is not for club officers or Cul Camp coordinators to complete in relation to your own Cul Camps. This application form is only for individuals interested in working with Cork GAA as a coach. Applicants must currently be coaching in a club, school or county development squad. Evidence of current coaching role may be required. Coaches will be required to coach both Hurling and Gaelic Football to children aged 6-13 in camps. The following are the minimum criteria that all coaches must have before they will be considered for a position. Under no circumstances can we offer coach positions to coaches who do not meet the coaching qualification criteria. • Be 18 years of age by 1st July 2019 • Minimum GAA Foundation Coaching Course completed. • GAA Garda Vetting Reference Number. Vetting number must be supplied • GAA Safeguarding (Child Welfare) Certificate Number. Please fill in form on link below All successful Coach applicants will be required to attend 2 training dates in May / June 2019. Further details will be provided to coaches once positions are offered. It will be a condition of accepting job offer that you will be available to attend training days. If you do not attend these training dates your job offer will be withdrawn. Standard Tax and PRSI rules will apply to all coaches. All successful coaches will be employees of Cork’s Rebel Og Coaching & Games Development for the duration of the camps. Late applications or applications that do not meet the minimum criteria will not be accepted. Please complete form and submit. Deadline for applications is Tuesday 21st May 2019. ——————————————————————
Employment – Rebel Óg Coaching is the coaching arm of Coiste na nÓg Chorcaí.Cumann luathchleas Gael Chorcaí is inviting expressions of interest for a new pilot scheme that will provide full time coaching resources to a cohort of clubs on a 2 year basis. Please note this scheme will commence subject to funding being available from Munster Council and National Coaching & Games.
For further details on the attached application document which also includes the Expression of Interest Form click the link email@example.com with your queries.
————————————————————————-Employment – Rebel Og Coaching promotes Gaelic Games in clubs, schools and academies throughout Cork. A full-time staff of six GDAs working under the County Games Manager cater for the needs of child, youth and adult players in both football and hurling. In catering for players needs in a balanced way, a two-pronged approach is in place
- Maximise participation by ensuring that all young children in Cork are exposed to games and coaching in a fun, positive environment and that the maximum number of such players are subsequently retained for a lifelong involvement in Gaelic Games
- Optimise playing standards to ensure that all players are provided with opportunities to fulfill their potential through regular, meaningful games and top class coaching, both of which are outlined here.
.At various times during the season, Rebel Óg Coaching may wish to recruit part time coaches for a wide range of coaching projects working alongside GDA’s. These programmes would range from Primary Schools Coaching, Post Primary Schools Coaching, Regional Youth Squads coaching-coordination. If you have experience in coaching children or youths and you would be available to help in the roll out of our projects upon request, then please complete the form attached.
Candidates would require the following:
- – Qualified to a minimum of Foundation Level GAA Coaching
- – Be GAA garda vetted or be willing to undertake garda vetting
- – Have a minimum of 2 years GAA coaching experience
- – Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- – Be available to work on weekdays and or weekends
- – Sports related qualifications would be an advantage
Submission of the attached form merely constitutes an expression of interest, if an opportunity arises then candidates will be shortlisted based on application form completion and the requirements listed above.
Please follow this link and fill in form as required Part time Coach Expression OF Interest Form .
Community Employment Programme DetailsVacancies for GAA Coaches in Cork City and County under Community Employment Scheme GAA Coach (CE Scheme) – B Licence
- Scheme Category: Sports instructor
- Scheme Location: Cork, County Cork, Ireland
- Contract Type: Temporary
- Job Type: Community Employment
- Start date: To Be Confirmed End date: To Be Confirmed
- Hours per week: 19.5 Hours
- Number of vacancies: 2
- Salary Type: Community Employment Programme Rates