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Josh Alioamai - Intrust Super Cup Round 12 - Tweed Heads Seagulls V Burleigh Bears at Piggabeen Sports Reserve, Tweed Heads. 3.00pm Sunday May 31, 2015.   PHOTO: Wendy Van Den Akker - SMP IMAGES.COM

The Burleigh Bears RLFC is seeking applications for the role of Head Strength & Conditioner for the 2016 season.

The successful candidate will oversee the Clubs Strength & Conditioning program which includes working with the semi-professional Intrust Super Cup team.


Experience: Relevant tertiary education in strength and conditioning experience is highly desirable but not essential.

Knowledge and Skills: Proficient and effective interpersonal skills, particularly the ability to influence, manage and motivate others (especially a large group of athletes and other staff) and must demonstrate a sound knowledge of Rugby League


Attend all training sessions (coordinate pre-season and in-season training program)

Attend all matches

Develop and implement strength and power programs for performance improvement

Develop and implement a Rugby League specific conditioning program that is periodised appropriately

Develop athlete specific rehabilitation programs (in conjunction with medical team)

Conduct appropriate fitness testing and load management of athletes

Conduct warm ups, cool downs and recovery sessions

Strong communication skills, including the mentoring and managing of other coaches/staff/key partners

Apply and use up-to-date evidence based practices to underpin the program

Applications close October 16, 2015.

Forward your resume and cover letter to Jimmy Lenihan (Burleigh Bears head coach) at

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Queensland Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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