Jobs On The Coast & the Mariners Join Forces


Jobs On The Coast – the Central Coast’s dedicated employment website – have become a Business Supporter of the Central Coast Mariners.

Jobs On The Coast – the Central Coast-s dedicated employment website – have become a Business Supporter of the Central Coast Mariners. Jobs On The Coast will also be the Match Day Sponsor for the last Mariners home game of the Hyundai A-League regular season, when Graham Arnold-s team face John Kosmina-s Adelaide United at Bluetongue Stadium on Saturday 17 March.

Tim O-Brien, found of Jobs on the Coast, said he is excited to support the regions- leading sporting team: “Sport is a very important part of life here on the Central Coast and the Mariners are a great example of what this region has to offer. The Central Coast Mariners are also a local employer and an ambassador of employment opportunities. They have recently been actively involved in supporting youth training and apprenticeships locally. I felt it was important for Jobs On The Coast to show our support for the Central Coast Mariners and I hope this will become a strong, long term relationship.”

The Mariners view the partnership as a great fit, with Ned Negus, General Manager – Marketing & Commercial, enthusiastic about a number of exciting promotions the parties have planned together.

“Employment opportunities on the Coast is a topic that is highly relevant to the vast majority of our fan base. We will be able to deliver great exposure for an exciting new business, and help turn that exposure into results through a number of fun & relevant activation initiatives that we are confident our fans will respond well to,” Negus said.

Mariners fans will have the chance to win double passes & pitch-side seats to the clash with Adelaide United via an innovative marketing promotion. Starting today, and finishing on Friday 16 March, every Friday and Wednesday the phrase ‘We Are Mariners- will be inserted into a random listing on Fans need to e-mail with the subject ‘Jobs On The Coast- and identify the job in order to be in the running. Clues will be given on the Mariners Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Running at the same time as this promotion, a ‘Mariners Mystery Assistant- will be listed on the site, with fans asked to apply for the volunteer position with a one-page cover letter. The successful candidate will be assisting Mariners matchday operations staff for the Adelaide match.

“These competitions and promotions in the lead up to match day is a great opportunity for us to link football with the subject of Jobs On The Coast. We want to highlight the employment opportunities which are currently available on the Central Coast” O-Brien said. “I also look forward to congratulating the winner of the Mariners Mystery Assistant prize which will be a fantastic experience for the successful applicant,” he added.