POSITIONS AVAILABLE WITH THE 2015 NATIONAL AUSTRALIAN VOLLEYBALL TEAMS – “THE VOLLEYROOS”

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VolleyroosLOGOExpressions of Interest are sought from qualified people for the following positions in the men’s and women’s national indoor teams in 2015 – the Volleyroos.

Women’s Team

Assistant Coach, Team Manager, Team Physiotherapist

We are seeking Assistant Coaches, Team Manager and Physiotherapist for the 2015 Women’s Volleyroos for the following activities:

  • Volleyroos Camp in Canberra 3-6 April (Easter)
  • Asian Women’s Volleyball Championships in China 20-28 May
  • FIVB Grand Prix in Kazakhstan, Algeria and Australia from 25 June to 12 July

Assistant Coaches must have a Level 2 Accreditation, or be proceeding towards the completion of a Level 2 Accreditation, and experience with senior national or international level volleyball in a coaching or playing capacity. More than one coach may be appointed to the various activities, and applicants should indicate their availability for each of the activities mentioned above.

It is preferred that the Team Manager should be available for all the activities, but applications for only some of the activities will be considered.   Experience in team management and volleyball administration at the senior national or international level is required, and volleyball technical knowledge is desirable.

The Team Physiotherapist should hold Sports Physiotherapy qualifications, and experience in volleyball is desirable.

Men’s Team

Assistant Coach, Team Manager, Team Doctor

We are seeking an Assistant Coach, Team Manager and Team Doctor for the 2015 Men’s Volleyroos for the following activities:

  • Preparation training in Canberra including practice matches from 20 April to 25 May
  • FIVB World League matches v Italy in Adelaide 29-30 May
  • FIVB World League matches v Brazil in Brasilia 5-7 June
  • FIVB World League matches v Italy in Jesolo and Verona 12-14 June
  • FIVB World League matches v Serbia in Novi Sad and Belgrade 18-20 June
  • FIVB World League matches v Brazil in Sydney 27-28 June
  • FIVB World League matches v Serbia in Melbourne 3-5 July
  • Possible FIVB World League finals 15-19 July (venue TBD)
  • Asian Men’s Volleyball Championships in Iran 24 July – 8 August
  • FIVB World Cup in Japan 6-23 September

The Assistant Coach must have a Level 2 Accreditation, or be proceeding towards the completion of a Level 2 Accreditation, and experience with senior national or international level volleyball in a coaching or playing capacity.   This will be a paid position and the Assistant Coach will be expected to be available for all these activities including the preparation camps surrounding the tournaments, starting in Canberra on 20 April.

It is preferred that the Team Manager should be available for all the tournament activities, but applications for only some of the activities will be considered.   Experience in team management and volleyball administration at the senior national or international level is required, and volleyball technical knowledge is desirable.

The Team Doctor should hold Sports Medicine qualifications, and experience in volleyball is desirable. A doctor will not be required for all the activities and applicants should indicate their availability for each of the activities mentioned above.

Those interested in the positions should lodge an Expression of Interest by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Sunday 8 March. The EoI should indicate any restrictions on availability and also indicate relevant experience and qualifications. Please attach an up to date CV.

Any questions, please contact John Boultbee, High Performance Director at the email address indicated above or by telephone on 0416 100500.

VOLLEYBALL AUSTRALIA WELCOMES PARTNERSHIP WITH GRAND SPORT FOR HOMOLOGATED UNIFORMS

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grandsport

Volleyball Australia is excited to announce it has signed a partnership agreement with one of Asia’s most experienced sports equipment companies.

The agreement comes on the eve of one of the biggest years in Australian Indoor Volleyball history.

Volleyroos announce new men's coach

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Volleyball Australia is excited to announce it has signed one of Europe’s most successful coaches to lead the men’s national team, the ‘Volleyroos’, in its bid to qualify for Rio 2016.

Italian Roberto Santilli, who was an Italian Federation coach for four years, takes over at the helm of the Volleyroos on the eve of the team’s most challenging season ever.

2015 Volleyball Australia Anti-Doping Policy:

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About Anti-Doping (including WADA Code and ASADA)

 The AVF aims to stop doping practices in sport by:

  • (a) imposing effective sanctions on Persons who commit Anti-Doping Rule violations;
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Phasing-out of ATUEs

Throughout 2009, Abbreviated Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ATUEs) have been phased out. From 1 January 2010, athletes may instead be required to apply for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) from ASDMAC. For further information relating to TUEs, please refer to the ASADA website (http://asada.gov.au/index.html) and the ASDMAC website (http://www.asdmac.gov.au/).

 

Updated 2010 Prohibited List

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the 2010 Prohibited List which will come into effect on 1 January 2010. The Prohibited List is an international standard that outlines the substances and methods that are prohibited in sport.

Please find attached a summary of significant changes for your convenience. Please pay particular attention to the following key changes.

  • The status of salbutamol and salmeterol (used for the treatment of asthma). Therapeutic use of inhaled salbutamol (maximum 1600 micrograms per day) and salmeterol will not be prohibited as of 1 January 2010 with a declaration of use.
  • Supplemental oxygen (hyperoxia) will no longer be prohibited.
  • The status of platelet-derived preparations (such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), ‘blood spinning’) has been clarified by WADA. It will be prohibited when administered by intramuscular route, but other routes of administration will require a declaration of use.
  • Pseudoephedrine will be reintroduced to the Prohibited List and will be prohibited above 150 micrograms per millilitre.

These changes are effective from 1 January 2010. If you have any questions regarding the new Prohibited List, please contact ASADA on 13 000 ASADA (13 000 27232).

For further information relating to anti-doping, please refer to the ASADA website -http://asada.gov.au/index.html

 

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