With the aim of developing a unique and innovative approach to wellbeing, the club has partnered with Bayside Group to establish a central source of employment advice and information. This innovative partnership provides players with access to the company's job seeker job portal, which enables players to register their interest in casual work or explore permanent job opportunities, facilitated by Bayside Group.
Bayside Group is a leading recruitment company based in St. Kilda Road, providing job seekers and employers with tailored employment solutions. The Group services a diverse range of industries and disciplines through its eight specialist brands.
Old Xaverians Football Club is committed to offering off-field support to our players by providing access to information, materials and support to assist them in player health, wellbeing, employment and education.
Through the player wellbeing policy, players can seek support on any issues, such as:
Policy Objective and Intent:
To provide an environment for all players at the Old Xaverians Football Club to be valued and supported in their on-field endeavours and off field well-being, by having access to information, materials and support to enable them to take responsibility for their decision and their actions on and off the field.
Specifically, this objective aims to provide information for our players to consider in the areas of health and well-being, career and further education planning.
The intent of the club's commitment, through the actions of our stakeholders, is to maintain the Jesuit ethos of support for others in need, in order to enhance the wellbeing of our players and the reputation of our football Club.
To feel confident that they can seek assistance by engaging with club officials knowing that their well-being needs will be treated in line with our Code of Conduct and the Player Well-being Policy. While players will be provided access to information and resources, it is their individual responsibility to optimise the use of this support.
To be available as points of contact for our players by providing information and access to resources to assist individual player well-being issues in line with our Code of Conduct and the Player Wellbeing Policy.
To encourage Players, under their direction, that they are accessible as initial points of contact for individual player well-being needs. To be aware and observe any player issues or concerns that may benefit via further engagement with the Player Wellbeing Committee Representative or other members of the OXFC Committee or OXFC Management.
To be available to engage with OXFC Management and Committee Representatives to consider specific well-being issues, such as job opportunities, that may benefit individual players resulting from their additional support.
To be willing and able to engage with Club Committee Representatives, Club Management, Coaches and Team Management where they may require to seek assistance.
Central to the effectiveness of providing well-being support to our players will be easy access to information and resources for player use in the areas of health, well being, employment and education needs.
Ideally our resources and information are designed to encourage not only player use but also player responsibility in utilising the information for its intended purpose. That is, while the club is committed to provide support to our players, our players must also accept that they have a responsibility by their own actions if they are to optimize the information and resources available to support their wellbeing.
Our players may access information in the well being areas of:
Any queries regarding this policy may be directed to our General Manager or the Player Well-being Representative of the Committee.
It is the responsibility of the Player Well-being representative of the Committee to maintain the content contained within the policy and update information and resource materials in line with OXFC Committee protocol.
Old Xaverians Football Club provides an environment for all our players to be valued and supported in their on-field endeavours and off field well-being, by having access to information, materials and support to enable them to take responsibility for their decision and their actions on and off the field.
ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION - BEYONDBLUE - 1300 224 636
DRUGS AND ALCOHOL - TURNING POINT - 1800 888 236
GAMBLING - GAMBLING HELP ONLINE - 1800 858 858
RELATIONSHIPS - LIFELINE - 131 114