Netball – Roles and Responsibilities

Netball Executive Committee

Role/Position Responsibilities
Committee Chair
  • Organise and facilitate committee meetings
  • Recruit and manage staff
  • Oversee financial reporting
  • Organise and manage sponsorship
Committee Sec
  • Circulate agenda for meetings
  • Record minutes and decisions, follow up on actions
  • Inform members on decisions and check tasks have been completed
  • Maintain and file Netball programme records
Coaches Liaison
  • Recruit Head Coaches and Coaches in communication with AGC Liaison
  • Organise Head Coaches briefing at the start of the season
  • Brief Head Coaches and Coaches on role requirements
  • Regular communication with Head Coaches throughout the season
  • Communicate committee decisions in regards to coaching
TTS/Facility Liaison
  • Contact point for TTS
  • Check and manage facility invoices
  • Book facilities and allocate courts
  • Communicate venue changes to Committee
  • Determine schedule of matches for the season
  • Work closely with Tournament Co-ordinator and League Liaison for all external and internal tournaments
AGC Coordinator
  • Recruit AGC’s and brief them on role requirements
  • Communicate weekly with team parents and coaches. Keep them informed and deal with any issues
  • Ensure consistent communication between AGC’s, Coaches, Parents and Committee
External Tournament/League Coordinator
  • Main contact for external tournaments/leagues
  • Liaise with external netball clubs for dates, schedules, and ANZA team requirements
  • Enter teams in friendly matches/leagues
  • Communicate tournament details with coaches and players
  • Co-ordinate all external tournament details and communicate to coaches, players and parents
  • Work closely and effectively with the Internal Tournament/League Coordinator
Internal Tournament/League Coordinator
  • Coordinate organisation of ANZA Accelerator & Carnival tournaments
  • Main contact for internal tournaments/leagues
  • Coordinate organisation of home ground friendlies with external clubs and Head Coaches where requested by appropriate age groups.
  • Communicate tournament details to Head Coaches
  • Work closely and effectively with the External Tournament/League Coordinator and Facility Liaison.
  • Manage communication of all ANZA hosted events to external clubs, Head Coaches and in Team App in an effective and timely manner
Communications Coordinator
  • Disseminate information about the programme to all members.
  • Coordinate social media eg Facebook and Instagram
  • Manage advertising requirements
  • Create promotional flyers and posters

ANZA Magazine Coordinator

  • Suggest, write and submit magazine articles for ANZA Magazine

Non-Executive Roles

Role/Position Responsibilities
Netball Coordinator
  • Manage registration process
  • Manage account responding to general queries and questions on behalf of ANZA Netball
  • Coordianate communication between ANZA office and committee
  • Produce and manage Netball Calendar
  • Manage and update general processes, procedures & policies
  • Arrange coaching courses & clinics as required
  • Assist with new projects and events
  • Oversee First Aid requirements and provision
  • Manage recruitment and induction of Professional Coaches
  • Co-ordinate scheduling and communication with Pro Coaches for Saturday, mid week and off season training. Oversee absences and changes to pro coaches schedule.
  • Collate, check and submit coaching invoices to finance.
  • Coordinate Teen Umpire Training schedule
  • Draw up and maintain budget
  • Keep detailed records of income and expenditure
  • Payment of invoices to contracted workers
  • Provide monthly bank reconciliation to ANZA Accounts
  • Provide financial reports as and when requested
Welfare Officer
  • Ensure accident and incidents are reported and filed correctly
  • Assist in implementation plans for child safeguarding
  • First point of contact for issues concerning child welfare, poor practice or alleged abuse.
  • Ensure confidentiality is maintained and information is only shared on a ‘need to know’ basis
IT Manager
  • Manage Team App
  • Upload new registrations at the start of season
  • Update Team App with those leaving and new players joining
  • Adding and changing schedules as needed
Equipment Coordinator


  • Coordinate compilation of coaches bags & updating of coaching manuals
  • Ensure appropriate equipment is available for the sessions and order as required eg whistles, balls, ball bags.
  • Ensure Medical Kits are complete & check expiry of medical products
  • Attend Coaches pre season presentation, ensure coaches manuals and bags are allocated correctly.
  • Pump balls as required
  • Ensure separate team coaches bags/balls are allocated to league teams

During season:

  • Monitor equipment keeping note of any which are misplaced or damaged
  • Ensure all equipment is in a good state and safe to use
  • Keep cages tidy

End of season:

  • Collect and check off coaches bags and manuals
  • Complete inventory
Presentation Day/Events Coordinator
  • Manage running order for events – MC
  • Determine venue requirements
  • Arrange food and drink
  • Arrange T-shirts, trophies and coaches gifts
  • Manage set up and pack down
Team Manager – Perth
  • Manage Perth representative team both in training and while in Perth.
  • Manage timeline
  • Advise on budget and suppliers
  • Book venues and coordinate flights
  • Determine training schedule
  • Update Team Managers Guidelines Manual
Uniform Coordinators
  • Liaise with uniform suppliers and order uniforms as required
  • Distribute uniforms to players/coaches/committee members
  • Handle all inquiries from members regarding uniform
  • Track uniform orders and store any unused stock for exchanges
Age Group Head Coach (HC)
  • Lead the designated age group in conjunction with the lead Professional Coach.
  • Make on-pitch decisions regarding lightning, haze, poor weather, and other unusual situations
  • Evaluate sessions and monitor progress, identifying areas for improvement
  • Assist team grading where required
  • Create an environment that is safe and welcoming for all
  • Communicate weekly with all coaches, assistant coaches and teen coaches on session plans and relevant information in conjunction with the lead Professional Coach.
  • Organise coaching pairs and teams with AGC
  • Decide on age group League tournaments, friendlies and other tournament participation, forming tournament teams, additional training and coach allocation
  • Welcome and presentation speech at start/end of season
Coach and Assistant Coach
  • Ensure participants are perfoming skills safely at all times
  • Take attendance register and note absences
  • Liase with Head Coach and Professional Coaches to prepare for sessions using the ANZA coaching manual
  • Teach activities in an interesting and inspiring way to players.
  • Offer positive advice, encouragement and feedback to players
  • Be a role model by showing respect for all and fair play
  • Give players time to think, reflect and make decisions for themselves
  • Ensure sessions are delivered at the appropriate level for the participants, adjust skills as needed to ensure the session is effective
  • Work to a high ethical standard at all times, particularly in relation to issues such as child safeguarding, health and safety
  • Show commitment and enthusiasm
  • Award Player of the Week
  • Celebrate participants involvement and successes so that they feel valued
Age Group Coordinator (AGC)
  • Organise teams at the start of season in consultation with Head Coach
  • Organise Volunteer Coaches and Team Parents
  • Manage Age Group email account
  • Communicate with parents via Team App/email (eg holiday reminders, tournament updates, venue changes etc)
  • Distribute coach bags and manuals at start of season & keep records
  • At tournaments, organise time keepers, scorers, parent assistance
  • Collect equipment / key weekly
  • First aid point person
  • Welcome speech at start of season in conjunction with Head Coach
  • Monitor registrations and welcome new starters, including team placement and grading in assistance with Head Coach
  • Presentation day assistance
Under 16 AGC (2006/2005+)
  • U16’s will have an AGC across the 2006/2005+ age groups
  • Work closely and support Session 3 Lead Professional Coach
  • Communicate with players as well as parents via Team App/email (eg holiday reminders, tournament updates, venue changes etc)
  • Manage Age Group email account
  • Distribute coach bags and manuals at start of seasion & keep records
  • At tournaments, organise time keepers, scorers, parent assistance
  • Collect equipment weekly
  • Welcome and Presentation Day speech at start/end of season
  • Monitor registrations and assist new starters, including team placement and grading in assistance with Professional Lead Coach
  • Presentation day assistance
Team Parent (TP)
  • Organise and coordinate orange roster
  • Organise and coordinate parent helper to coincide with orange roster
  • Send weekly reminder to parent responsible for oranges and being abailable as team helper via Team App
  • Introduce yourself to fellow team parents and help create inclusive environment
  • Assist AGC / Coaches with communicating special messages / announcements
  • Coordinate thank you gifts / cards at end of season for team coaches on behalf of team
  • Assist at presentation day