Employment and Volunteering
Minimum Requirements for all positions:
- PCYC Police Check
- PCYC Club Membership
- Working with Children Check Number
Futsal Referees Wanted
PCYC Marrickville are now looking for experienced and enthusiastic Futsal referees to officiate our Men’s and Mixed indoor Competitions.
Competitions run every Monday and Thursday from 1830 to 2230
We require either certified futsal referees OR referees who have a great deal of knowledge of the rules/played a long time
$35 p/hour (paid hobby)
To apply, please follow the form below.
Basketball Referees Wanted
PCYC Marrickville are now looking for experienced and enthusiastic basketball referees to officiate our Men’s Tuesday and Wednesday night competition. This includes bench officials too.
Tuesday comp starts at 1900, finishes at 2230. Wednesday comp starts at 1830 and finishes at 2250.
To be eligible, you must be certified via BNSW or have experience at other venues.
Pay is $25 p/game and $15 p/game for benching
Referee Manager – Megan Thompson (Myers)
“I have worked as the Referee Manager at City of Sydney Basketball Association for the last 12 years and am an internationally qualified referee. I have extensive experience in:
• Managing referees
• Conflict resolution that results in the best outcome for the competition
• Improving the skill level of referees by offering feedback and education to all levels of referees
• Understanding the ability of referees and making sure they are rostered accordingly
• Rostering strong partnerships to ensure the best refereeing outcome for the games
• Maintaining a strong but fair culture where referees understand the importance of offering quality service to customers creating respect for referees
• Access to a larger pool of referees to roster from. The advantage of this will be that if referees are unavailable we will have referees who can replace them at short notice”.
READ MORE: “Megan Thompson, basketball – ‘Triple play’”
PCYC Marrickville is in need of coaches for a variety of sports.
To be eligible you must have a minimum level 1 or decent experience at other venues.
PCYC Marrickville is a fantastic that runs a variety of programs to meet the needs of our young people within the Marrickville area. We have the holiday program, the free after school program, learn to play and much more. To apply, please follow the form below.
Are you after a workplace that offers challenge, purpose and reward? PCYC offers all this and much more. Our clubs make a significant contribution to local communities right across NSW, supporting young people to become great citizens! For many PCYC is like a second home, providing a safe environment to learn and grow.
For work placements, please complete the form and be sure to upload all necessary forms.
Since being employed with PCYC in January 2013, I have totally enjoyed and embraced my position as senior activities officer. I have had the pleasure of working with like-minded people who also want to make a difference to kids’ lives in our community. We enable kids to feel safe and have a club where they feel they belong, to have fun and enjoy.
Kimmi McGaw, activities officer, PCYC Kempsey
PCYC is a unique organisation and for me it offers diverse roles. The Charity Authority allows me to have a “wish list” that helps me expand the club every year to enable more youth to attend the programs and activities from funds received. I have been very lucky over my 25 years within PCYC to work alongside great Police Officers that assist case-managed youth with very supportive programs. I have good staff that play an integral part of keeping the club operating at a high standard and I am very lucky to have wonderful volunteers that help our club continue to grow by covering all different duties and committee members that help with functions throughout the year. To me this is what the PCYC is all about – diversity within the community, but most of all to help our youth.
Jeannie Banks, club manager of PCYC Parramatta
I started at PCYC as an activities officer in July 2015. As part of my development here, I have learnt and grown new skills, and produced my own youth mentoring program as well as taken on the responsibility with TOIP. I am currently studying my masters of teaching and have been able to gain experience within this field. I have enjoyed working with kids that need that escape and being able to shape their attitudes for a better future.
Tori Middlebrook- activities officer, PCYC Liverpool
I began with PCYC as the co-ordinator of after school and vacation care at Mudgee. While this was my job, I got involved in volunteering and being a part of the club, and in turn a part of the community I grew up in. The fact that the organisation supported the kids in town and gave them a safe haven had me willingly giving back to the organisation and my town. After five years in that role, I was asked to assist other clubs in my area, while still running my own service. Ten years after I started I had the opportunity to move from my local community to be a part of our state office team and to totally change the way our after school and vacation care was run across the state. The changes, challenges and support provided have kept me going in the role for another 10 years, and now the next opportunity within the organisation begins for me in early 2016. I love the support provided along the way, the encouragement and the role we play in our local communities for child protection and safe havens for our youth. The chance to develop and move around within the organisation, and from community to community, has meant that I am continually motivated and each day is different.
Penny Beecham, PCYC NSW state KidzCare co-ordinator.