NSA Employment Vacancies

Netball SA prides itself on effectively and efficiently serving its members, however this cannot be facilitated without the contribution of employees, coaching staff and team officials.

When we have positions available, they will be advertised on this page.


Team Coaches and Officials, Rubies State Team

The Rubies Netball Team is South Australia’s representative team for players with an intellectual disability.

Netball SA are looking to appoint the following roles for the upcoming Marie Little OAM Shield to be held at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre from Friday 5 October to Sunday 7 October, 2018.


  • Must hold a current minimum NCAS Development Level netball coaching qualification (Head Coach position).
  • Be a current member of the Netball SA Coaches/Umpires Association (Head Coach and Assistant Coach position).
  • Experience working with people with an intellectual disability.
  • Outstanding organisational skills, excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Current Working with Children Check (DCSI) (or be intending to gain in 2018).
  • Must be available to travel with the team to Brisbane to participate in the Marie Little OAM Shield Friday 5 October to Sunday 7 October, 2018.

Please download the position descriptions below.

2018 SA Rubies Head Coach

2018 SA Rubies Assistant Coach

2018 SA Rubies Team Manager

If you have any further questions regarding these positions, please contact the Participation Coordinator – Schools and Inclusion, Cath Quinn on 8238 0505 or [email protected]

Applications close 5pm Tuesday 1 May 2018.


Netball SA RAP 2018 Advisory Group – Expression of Interest

Netball SA acknowledges and celebrates the ongoing contribution of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander netball community. There is an identified need to increase our efforts to support and engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander players, coaches, umpires, volunteers, their families and communities. After the successful implementation of Netball Australia’s Reconciliation Plan (RAP) in 2015, Netball South launched its own Innovative RAP in September, 2017.

The Netball SA RAP Advisory Group will consist of 7 members, with the majority being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander members, or representatives of organisations working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Netball SA is responsible for appointing all members of the RAP Advisory Group and determining the process of appointments.

To apply to be a member of the Netball SA RAP Advisory Group, please read the Terms of Reference, complete the Expression of Interest Form and return to Netball SA with your CV and/or accompanying letter outlining your experience within the netball community in a variety of capacities, as players, administrators and coaches, as well as members beyond the netball community who bring experience working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander sports and cultural programs, and skills and experience in RAP development and implementation.

Download the Expression of Interest Form.

Expression of Interest period closes Friday 21 March at 5pm.



Community Coach

Netball SA is now accepting applications for community coaches to join our team. Our community coaches provide quality introductory netball programs for junior players within South Australia which emphasise skill development and active participation in a safe and enjoyable environment. Primarily, the position will implement the Netball SA Sporting Schools program and provide opportunities for every young person to participate in and progress through the Netball Australia player pathway. The Community Netball Coach will be providing many children with their first experience of Netball.

Download the full position description.

For further information, please get in touch Netball SA Community and Member Services Manager, Jane Bartlett, at Netball SA on (08) 8238 0513 or via [email protected]