Football Queensland is inviting interested and enthusiastic individuals to apply for a Technical Intern position at our head office in Brisbane. The intern will play an important role within the FQ Technical Department and will focus on the development of best practice and gold standard delivery in coaching, talent identification and sports science delivery.
The role would suit anyone who has an interest in developing practical skills and theoretical application within the football or sports industry. A high level of quality output would be expected from the successful applicant but there will be a flexible approach to completing assigned projects.
The Technical Intern role would see the successful applicant have access to how best practice is delivered within a sports environment. There would also be opportunities to develop skills required to plan and deliver major sporting events.
Weekly hours and internship length can be negotiated to suit your study commitments and/or placement requirements, including the possibility of working flexibly from home at times in addition to working in the office.
Looking to earn some extra money whilst being involved in football?
Become a match official with Football Queensland and see all the action from the best seat in the house, where you’ll make lifelong friends and keep fit.
Refereeing teaches valuable skills such as the ability to handle pressure, communicate and work in a team.
To become a first year match official, follow these steps:
- Take the FREE online Laws of the Game Test. This tests your knowledge of the Laws of the Games fundamental concepts.
- Upon passing the Laws of the Game test, you must register for a Level 4 Referee Course. There is a $50 fee to complete the referee course.
- Once you have completed the course, you will need to register to Play Football. There is a fee to register as a referee. Fees for first year referees are $59 for Juniors and $98.50 for Seniors.
- Once you have completed the course and registered to Play Football, you will be ready to officiate!
Depending on your location, football matches take place on weekends (Fridays to Sundays), with occasional midweek games played at club grounds all over Queensland.
Match payments are dependent upon your location, as well as the division and level of your match.
For more information, contact your local governing football zone.
Note: Participants must be 13 years of age, have completed the online laws of the game test, and paid the course fee in order to complete the Level 4 Referee course.
Football Queensland is inviting interested and enthusiastic individuals, ideally final year students studying marketing or a sports marketing-related degree, to apply for internship positions at our head office in Brisbane.
Roles and responsibilities will include:
- Assist in the preparation, development and implementation of annual marketing plans and budgets
- Support the marketing team with social media campaigns, content planning and scheduling
- Undertake market research as required (industry and category)
- Draft sponsorship proposals as required
- Monitor and report departmental KPIs and campaign metrics
- Support the team with fan and stakeholder engagement initiatives
- Scope and report potential new marketing opportunities
- Assist with game day marketing activities
Weekly hours and internship length can be negotiated to suit your study commitments and/or placement requirements.
If you are interested in contributing to the development of football in Queensland, please email a CV and cover letter to Yanith Rajdev, Football Queensland’s Marketing & Partnerships Manager via YanithR@footballqueensland.com.au
Football Queensland is inviting interested and enthusiastic individuals, ideally, final year students studying sports coaching or a sports coaching-related degree, to apply for internship positions with FQ’s QAS Women’s Football Program.
The QAS Women’s Football program has teams in the U13-17 age brackets and this role would include providing these teams with video support.
The responsibilities of this role include:
- Film 2-3 games per weekend
- Upload videos onto Hudl
- Code final 3rd entries for games covered
- Code 1 focus point for coaches from games covered
- An opportunity to present any findings through their coding work to coaches
The role is supported by FQ providing:
- Filming equipment
- Access to a SportsCode Licence
- Access to a Macbook
- Access to Office space
- Shadow QAS coaching session during the week
If you are interested in contributing to the development of women’s football in Queensland, please click here to complete the application and provide your CV.