The Western Force is thrilled to announce that JobActivator has strengthened its partnership by renewing its support of our Super W side and through the introduction of the Junior Maali Membership with a two-year agreement.
Having been an official partner for the women’s side in 2021, JobActivator continues its fantastic backing by investing in the development of women’s rugby in WA.
JobActivator is a powerful online jobs board and automated resume builder, designed to promote the connection of job seekers with employers. More than just an employment marketplace, the Western Australian business supports individuals to develop the skills they need to thrive in the career they deserve.
The Western Force, in association with JobActivator, is offering all registered junior rugby players in WA the opportunity to experience Super Rugby Pacific games live and free of charge with the Junior Maali Membership.
The Junior Maali Membership entitles players under the age of 17 to a membership pack and complimentary ticket to one home game during the 2022 season at HBF Park.
As the club continues its mission to grow the game and engage the rugby community throughout Western Australia, the partnership with JobActivator represents meaningful progress.
Business Development Manager Huw Lock said: “JobActivator’s broad-ranging support will see our professional women’s side, as well as aspiring boys and girls benefit around the state on and off the field,”
“With many shared key values and a community-minded approach, we’re delighted to be partnering with a local business to deliver the Junior Maali Membership.”
JobActivator Managing Director Darian Bolton said: “The Western Force’s passion and determination is what initially attracted me to the club, including the role that they play in society, demonstrating perseverance and heart to the people of Western Australia.
“Their responsibility as a corporate entity is also one of leadership, showing the way for sporting clubs and how they can positively influence anyone. Being a valued partner of the Western Force is important to me as the club demonstrates a willingness to make professional, high-level rugby accessible to all, including juniors and women.
“The invitation to be a direct sponsor of the Junior Maali Membership program is a way of providing support for young people so they can receive quality training, knowledge, and exposure to not just rugby, but to the values that rugby clubs teach including teamwork, perseverance, resilience, responsibility, and respect.
“JobActivator is truly honoured to be an official sponsor of the Force and together we look forward to making a positive impact on the next generation.”