Mar 12 2024

Basketball Ireland seek applications for international women's 3x3 head coach

Basketball Ireland are inviting applications for the position of Head Coach of Basketball Ireland's 3X3 Women’s National squads.

The successful candidate will report team performances outcomes to the 3x3 High Performance Programme Manager and Elite Performance Committee of Basketball Ireland when required. 

This is a paid position that will run from April 1st 2024 to April 1st 2025. 

You can download a copy of the full job specifications below. 

Duties and Responsbilities

  • The preparation, development and implementation of a programme for the team in line with Basketball Ireland's (BI) preferred style of play.
  • Establishment and management of the objectives of the programme in consultation with Basketball Ireland's 3x3 High Performance Programme Manager.
  • Selection of the athletes for the programme in line with BI selection policy and FIBA 3X3 player eligibility guidelines.
  • Develop and prepare training schedules for Ireland Women’s 3x3 programme in line with BI's competition and performance objectives.
  • Identify appropriate sports science and performance requirements to ensure that the programme continues to be the world’s best.

Key Performance Indicators

  1. Team preparation and planning for key international
  2. Apply a proactive approach to recruitment of athletes who meet the selection criteria.
  3. Qualification for European Championship
  4. Increase Ireland’s Women’s 3x3 ranking to reach the top 20 in
  5. Creation of a Senior National player depth
  6. Communication and monitoring with coaches and identified
  7. Athletes to demonstrate progression/adaptation to the demands of international 3x3 basketball (competition factors, travel, food, cultural differences) over the course of the campaign.


Please complete the application form and send with a “Basketball CV” to Christine Connolly, Head of International and Schools Operations via email on

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