Perth Wlidcats
Years ago

Pocition Vaction: Guard who can Shoot 3's

The Perth Wildcats are seeking a passionate Shooting Guard to join their Commercial Team.

Basketball knowledge, tertiary qualifications and longevity in a similar role are not a pre-requisite for the position. Instead, a strong work-ethic, a willingness to learn and good communications skills are critical for the successful candidate.

You will:

• Be passionate about a career in Basketball

• Have good passing skills

• Have a high attention to detail

• Be proficient in the use of a ball

• Have a strong focus on customer service

• Be able to count backwards from 24

• Good manners and well presented

• Those with prior experience implementing perimeter defence are strongly encourage to apply

• This role will entail after hours and weekend work throughout the Perth Wildcats season.

This is an NBL level role. Team related bonuses will be paid in addition to remuneration.

We are excited about the opportunity that this role presents and are looking for a candidate that will embody this passion too. We are looking for genuine brand ambassadors that truly believe in what we do - Inspire & Entertain through Excellence.

Please send through your CV and a cover letter to [email protected] Successful applicants will be contacted for a try-out.

Perth Wildcats are an equal opportunity employer: Those with a distant relative anywhere in Oceania are encouraged to apply.

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Kobe24  
Years ago

Haha very funny!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Advertise for a head coach first.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Learn to spell position also!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Yeah also learn your possessives. Should read "Shoot 3s not 3's" the three doesn't own anything.

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Greeny  
Years ago

Wildcats are also looking for a coach with a Plan B.
Gleeson will be wishing he still had Ennis to make him look good.

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Mark-e-Mark  
Years ago

One bad game and everyone wants a new coach lol. Fact is, for three quarters Townsville played out of their skin and stole a game that no one expected. The Crocs were just hungrier on the night.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Clued in fans have wanted Gleeson out for a while. It's not a new thing at all. Dud!

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Dazz  
Years ago

Seriously though, what ARE our options?
Are we ABLE to sign an injury replacement for Martin? Or do we believe the Cats when they claim it was (yet another) game-night decision not to play?

Apart from that, what are our options?
Do we have any points left to grab a "1 point" shooting wonder?
Do we replace Prather with 3-point specialist and run a 3-guard rotation???

Let's say they found a great SG who was a fantastic 3-point shooter, who would you axe from the team to fit him in?

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Matt  
Years ago

We should have never lost the game after being up 28-11 at qtr time!

Wildcats will be lucky to not be on the bottom of the ladder come the end of November.

Illawarra 3 times
Townsville 2 times
New Zealand 2 times
Adelaide, Cairns & Melbourne 1 time each!

Gleeson wont be around long if the above become more losses than wins!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Imagine the Red Army bumper crowds with treated to a Run n Gun offense.

The current style of play is downright offensive but in the wrong way.

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Im over 100 years old, weigh about 47 pounds when soaked, use a walking cane and get blown around by any slight wind or heavy breath unless I have rocks put in my pockets. But I can knock down a mean three ball and lock a buffoon down on D.

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Nathan of Perth  
Years ago

"Pocition Vaction"

Wat.

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Luuuc  
Years ago

So Nathan I take it you won't be submitting your Currisulem Vimte?

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Anonymous  
Years ago

OP blew his load while thinking up the thread and the spelling suffered as a result.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Drake Uuuuuu was a pretty good shooter

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LV  
Years ago

I heard the Sydney Kings office has been in contact with Nick Marvin, requesting details of any candidates who are short listed but ultimately unsuccessful in being offered the position.

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Red  
Years ago

B. Goorjian (sp)......... If $$$$ was the reason behind not taking the Kings job, then Dr Bendat may be the answer..........Gleeson is crap

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Jarrod kenny is too hesitant. When he drove into the paint on that last play everyone knew he wouldn't shoot hence Henry was able to stay in the passing lane and steal the ball

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Can you also add the Kings to the vacant position. They too need a shooting guard despite the fact they 4 guards!!

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Anonymous  
Years ago

is this a joke?

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Wildcats views  
Years ago

Kenny passed up a couple of open looks, he's got to lets those fly. Besides him though, after the first quarter the offense didn't create many good looks behind the arc. Once Jawai was gone, no ball movement, no pick n rolls, just horrible. With no Jawai, no Prather, no Martin this team is average, as most teams would be with 3 starters missing.

Still up 7 points late, you don't blow that. two key defenses lapses by Kenny, and one by Hire and no offense, besides Knight.

Very disapointing.

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Wildcats views  
Years ago

Top 3 worst Wildcats loss of all-time, here's my recap of the game

http://wildcatsviews.com/2015/10/24/perth-wildcats-vs-crocs-what-just-happened/

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Anonymous  
Years ago

thread was wasted should be ad for a new coach

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Hehe,thought this was a clever thread but its been trumped by the comments about the spelling errors. Unintentional comedy at its finest

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Anonymous  
Years ago

Jarrod kenny is too hesitant. When he drove into the paint on that last play everyone knew he wouldn't shoot hence Henry was able to stay in the passing lane and steal the ball
There was one comical passage when he was wide open outside and instead passed to Jawai, Jawai was too far out to effect a spin, so he threw it back, Kenny then threw it straight back to him, and Jawai threw it back, and with seconds remaining Kenny passed it off again instead of taking a shot.
If this guy is NZ's national PG, no wonder they suck.
He has show he can hit 3s he just needs to get his head in the game.

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