DIRECTOR OF SPORT
The Director of Sport of The Associated & Catholic Colleges of WA (ACC) is a full-time role responsible for the leadership and administration of all aspects of the ACC sporting program. They are directly responsible to the Council of Representative Principals through the Executive Committee representing Council.
The ACC is an independent secondary schools sports association, with a current membership of 89 schools comprising of both Catholic and of independent Colleges, catering to more than 50,000 students.
The Associated and Catholic Colleges of WA was formed in 1937 by the Principals of Christian Brothers Colleges in Highgate, Fremantle and St Patrick’s, Perth. The Association’s maxim is “Sport in the Right Spirit”, characterised by both a willingness to have an “open” and “ecumenical” approach to its membership as well as an “inclusive” approach to provide “sport for all”, not only the most talented.
The universal moral and ethical standards of Christian ethos are recognised and accepted by all of the Association’s members. The Association is proud to celebrate the cultural and religious diversity of its membership and seeks to uphold its Objectives and Purpose as outlined in its Constitution.
The Director of Sport is a full-time role responsible for the leadership and administration of all aspects of the ACC sporting program.
The Director of Sport is directly responsible to the Council of Representative Principals through the Executive Committee representing Council. Whilst this role is the direct line manager to all ACC staff, they also have to ability to seek counsel from a member of Executive should they feel the need arise.
To oversee all aspects related to the management of the ACC sport program.
Position description and further information is available at POSITION DESCRIPTION
Applications close midday, Thursday October 5, 2023.