Community Football Tribunal Secretary - Expression of Interest

Community Football Tribunal Secretary - Expression of Interest

In 2018, the West Australian Football Commission is establishing an independent Community Football Tribunal to hear contested Reportable Offences from Junior and Senior Community Football leagues across the Perth Metropolitan area.

The WAFC seeks to establish a tribunal secretary role to assist with cases throughout the 2018 season. The Community Football Tribunal will provide football stakeholders with a fair, clear and independent process in determining an appropriate penalty for committing Reportable Offences.
To appropriately service competitions across Perth there will be four tribunal locations each week based around Mandurah, Southern Suburbs, Northern Suburbs and Inner City.

The Community Football Tribunal will act for the following leagues:
• West Australian Amateur Football League
• Junior Football – Fremantle, Northern, Peel and Central Conferences
• Metro Football League
• AFL Masters WA

What’s Required?
Tribunal Secretary will be required to be available weekly to sit on a Tribunal which will take place on a Tuesday or Wednesday nights between 1 April and 30 September 2018 and attend an induction prior to the commencement of the football season.

Selection Criteria
Any person appointed to the Community Football Tribunal shall:
• Have worked in Australian Football administration; and/or
• possess sufficient knowledge and experience of Australian football, as determined by the WAFC.
• be willing to hear a range of cases from Junior & Senior Football.