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Australian Cricketers' Association

The Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) is the official collective and representative body of professional cricketers in Australia, safeguarding the rights of present and past, male and female elite cricketers.

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Cricket Australia (CA) is one of the nation’s premier sporting bodies, with the vision for Cricket to be Australia’s favourite sport and a sport for all. CA offers an exciting and dynamic working environment, and is responsible for overseeing and developing cricket on a national level.

There are no positions currently available. 

 

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Cricket New South Wales

Cricket NSW is the peak body responsible for overseeing the administration and promotion of cricket throughout New South Wales. The vision for Cricket NSW is To Ignite Australia’s
Favourite Sport in Australia’s Biggest State.

 

Developmental Leader - Northern NSW & Executive Officer, Newcastle Cricket

Cricket NSW is seeking a motivated and natural leader for the role of Development Leader – Northern NSW and Executive Officer Newcastle Cricket.
 
The two key responsibilities for this role include:

1. Oversee game development in Northern NSW

  • Lead a team of Cricket Region Managers to facilitate participation growth & increaseawareness within a designated region of NSW.
  • Working closely with the Game Development Leadership Group to develop operational plans for direct reports designed to achieve KPI’s in line with Cricket NSW strategic objectives.

2. Provide a high quality playing experience and grow cricket in the Newcastle Region

  • Provide support to deliver a high quality playing experience
  • Support the local cricket community to increase player numbers, engage government,drive media and obtain sponsorship

To be successful in this role it is essential you have:

  • Excellent management skills that enable staff to achieve and excel goals
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills with an ability to motivate, positively influence and build strong stakeholder relationships
  • Capable of working independently and as part of a team with the flexibility to interactwith a wide range of staff / stakeholders including professional staff and volunteers
  • Outstanding communication skills (both verbal and written)
  • Exceptional administrative skills including the ability to multi-task, prioritise workcommitments and deadlines, whilst maintaining a strong attention to detail
  • Advanced computer skills in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Access & PowerPoint
  • Comprehensive knowledge of community participation in sport, including volunteermanagement

It is desirable you have:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications 

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to jobs@cricketnsw.com.au or telephone
Cricket NSW on +61 (02) 8302 6066 with any initial queries or to request a copy of the position description.
 
Closing Date: COB Wednesday 23 July 2014
 
This position is child related and will require a “Working with Children Check” under the
Commission for Children and Young People Act and the Child Protection (Prohibited
Employment) Act 1998. It is illegal for prohibited persons to apply.
 
Due to the number of applications we expect to receive; only those progressing to the next stage will be contacted.

 

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Sydney Thunder

The Sydney Thunder are an Australian professional cricket team,competing in Australia's domestic Twenty20 cricket competition, the Big Bash League.

 

Cricket Promotions Officer

Sydney Thunder Regional Cricket Zone is seeking expressions of interest from people within the local Community regarding the above position. You will be responsible for the promotion of cricket within schools and cricket clubs throughout the ACT and regions, with the possibility of some days outside of the local area.

We require someone with energy, enthusiasm and with the following qualifications:
Essential:

  • An understanding of teaching/coaching/playing cricket
  • The ability to work independently
  • Access to a motor vehicle
  • A current driver's license
  • Mobile phone
  • Flexibility to work extended hours, including some weekends
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Office programs
  • A love of cricket
  • Level One Cricket Coaching Accreditation (or a commitment to obtain accreditation as soon as possible)

Desirable:

  • A basic knowledge of the NSW or ACT Education system and structure of Game Development Cricket

The successful candidate(s) will be employed on a casual basis as required by the demands of the many and varied programs offered by Cricket NSW/ACT to its customers. All work related travel expenses will be covered and an hourly rate of pay will be offered.

Please send an updated resume and written application (no more than one page) in confidence to:

Miss. Elizabeth McPherson
Senior Development Manager
ACT North and Region
Email: lizmcpherson@cricketact.com
Mobile: 0410 671 256
Fax: 02 62957135

This position is child related and will require a NSW Working with Children Check or an ACT Working with Vulnerable Children's Check. It is illegal for prohibited persons to apply.

 

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ICC Cricket World Cup

Fourteen countries spanning one fifth of the world’s population will compete for it. Over one billion people will view it. And just one team will make it happen. The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is cricket’s premier flagship event, which will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2015.

To ensure the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 sets a world class benchmark in sporting event delivery across the two nations, we have built a team of leading professionals in Melbourne (Australia), and Wellington (New Zealand) who will shape this world-class sporting event throughout the full lifecycle.

 

Venue Media Manager - Melbourne

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Venue Media Manager to join our team in Melbourne. This role will be responsible for working with ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 key stakeholders to develop, plan and execute a comprehensive media operations program across select match, warm-up and training venues in Australia.

The Venue Media Manager – Australia will work with the Media Operations Manager - Australia in the planning and implementation of core media-related tournament facilities and services at match, warm-up and training venues, in addition to specific tournament hotels.  This will involve representing media interests in the integrated planning process, working with Host City Managers and key Program Areas to ensure all media tournament deliverables are implemented across the respective venues and reflective of the Local Organising Committee contractual requirements.

Managing a cluster of venues, the Venue Media Manager - Australia will liaise with venue-based owner/operators to implement and deliver media operations, so this person must possess excellent communication and relationship skills, and have an exemplary track record of leading venue teams.

The successful candidate will have proven experience in venue media operations, supported by expert knowledge of written, photographic and broadcaster requirements at major events. Able to manage multi-stakeholder projects while cognisant of specific client requirements, the successful candidate will also have a thorough understanding of how media services align with facility design and deliverables in a deadline-driven environment

This is a great opportunity to join us on a fixed term contract, and play an important part in delivering sporting history across Australia and New Zealand. We will be considering applications as they come in, so please apply online via http://www.icc-cricket.com/cricket-world-cup/careers. Please ensure you include your Cover Letter and Resume in one document.

**Please note you must have the legal right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role**

 

Digital and Direct Marketing Executive - Melbourne

Reporting into the Marketing Manager, we now have an incredible opportunity for a Digital and Direct Marketing extraordinaire to join the team! This role will plan, test, deliver and monitor cross-channel direct and email marketing campaigns in line with our overall marketing strategy, ensuring that our marketing collateral remains relevant to all our fans!

Working closely with our Ticketing Sales team, you will utilise your segmentation and database marketing skills, to conceptualise campaigns, from planning to execution and reporting.  We are looking for an absolute technical guru when it comes to Photoshop, HTML, CMS coding and MS Excel. You should also be well versed in mobile optimisation, deliverability testing and email marketing best practice.

Overall, we are looking for a tech savvy go-getter with an adaptable approach and an exceptionally strong team focus. Although this role will primarily focus on our direct email campaigns, we’re looking for someone that can add their digital prowess to the wider team supporting in all digital marketing activities, collateral and marketing objectives.

Based in our South Melbourne office on a fixed term basis until 31 March 2015, this is a fantastic opportunity to accelerate your career while playing an important part in delivering sporting history across Australia and New Zealand!

We will be considering applications as they come in so please apply online via http://www.icc-cricket.com/cricket-world-cup/careers in the first instance. Please ensure you include your Cover Letter and Resume in one document.

**Please note that you must have the legal right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role**

 

Training Consultant - Melbourne

Based in Melbourne, we now have an incredible opportunity for a Training Consultant to join the team. The Training Consultant will plan, coordinate and deliver all aspects of training required for ICC CWC 2015 volunteers and LOC workforce to fulfil their tournament time roles. The Training consultant will also support in the development of a range of documentations across the business.

This is a full lifecycle role working with Program Areas to scope the needs, developing a variety of documents and materials, and coordination and delivery of training.

Responsibilities within this role include:

  • Liaising with stakeholders to identify and assess tournament time training and documentation support needs
  • Coordinating and developing procedure manuals, guides, and materials (including handouts and visual materials)
  • Developing appropriate volunteer training courses and supporting materials for general orientation, role specific training as well as leadership and venue training programs
  • Coordinating the delivery of training to individuals or groups of employees including volunteers

To be considered for this role we are looking for someone with experience in instructional design, as well as developing and implementing technical documentation to a wide audience. Strong project coordination skills are an absolute must in this role as you will be working with multiple stakeholders in a complex and deadline driven environment.

Overall, we are looking for someone with strong interpersonal skills, combining the energy and enthusiasm to motivate and engage others, as well as a professional demeanor to interact and influence senior level stakeholders.

This is a great opportunity to join us on a fixed term contract until 31 March 2015, and play an important part in delivering sporting history across Australia and New Zealand.

Please apply via our Careers Page at http://www.icc-cricket.com/cricket-world-cup/careers including your Cover Letter and Resume in one document.

We will be considering applications as they come in, so please apply online in the first instance.
 
**Please note that you must have the legal right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role**

 

Overlay & Logistics Coordinator - Melbourne

Based in Melbourne, we now have an incredible opportunity for an Overlay and Logistics Coordinator to join the team. Reporting into the Overlay and Logistics Operations Manager - Australia, this role will be responsible for working closely with internal and external stakeholders to scope and deliver the requirements for Australian Venues across our seven Host Cities, ensuring each venue is set up and ready to meet the requirements and demands of the tournament.

Accountabilities will include:

  • Documenting overlay requirements through drawings, schedules, sketches and specifications in Australian venues (ensuring they are in budget scope)
  • Documenting import/export activities
  • Prepare Master Delivery Schedules (MDS) documenting the expected shipments and deliveries to and from each venue
  • Work with appointed Freight Forwarder to assist in coordinating all delivery and storage activities
  • Assist with developing integrated programs including commissioning, bump-in, resupply, bump-out and decommissioning
  • Preparation of room and wayfinding signage plans
  • Liaising with contractors, venues and partners to
  • ensure relevant Occupational Health and Safety documentation is in place.

To be considered for this role we are looking for someone with experience scoping event-related overlay and fit-out requirements, strong knowledge of event logistics, knowledge of import/export regulations and the preparation of Master Delivery Schedules. You should be familiar with CAD development and the use of PDF mark-up software, as well as have strong project management (including scheduling) ability. Ideally you have strong analysis and reporting skills.

This role covers venues within seven Australian Host Cities, so we are looking for a proven ability to deliver complex projects to non-negotiable deadlines, and an exceptional ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with those around you.

This is a great opportunity to join us on a fixed term contract until 31 March 2015, and play an important part in delivering sporting history across Australia and New Zealand.

Please apply via our Careers Page at http://www.icc-cricket.com/cricket-world-cup/careers including your Cover Letter and Resume in one document.

We will be considering applications as they come in, so please apply online in the first instance.
 
**Please note that you must have the legal right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role**

 

Transport Operations Manager – Australia

The Transport Operations Manager – Australia is responsible for working with internal and external stakeholders to design, plan and implement transport operations across multiple Australian cities. This role reports into the Transport Manager (based in Melbourne), and will work closely with the Transport Operations Managers in New Zealand.

Within this role accountabilities will include:

  • Traffic Management Planning and Design at Tournament venues (together with Host Cities) including parking planning and implementation
  • Public transport integration in Tournament cities with Host Cities
  • Assisting with Client Bus and Coach schedule design
  • Host City Fleet Centre and vehicle planning and implementation
  • Ensuring policies are implemented for VAPPS, parking and load zones
  • Implementing Hospitality program transport operations 
  • Liaison with Council and Government, security and other major stakeholders
  • Match day management of Transport Operations in Tournament Cities
  • Other Transport functions including VAPPS, Workforce Operations, Publications and Collateral

To be successful in this role, we are looking for someone who is well versed in managing multi-stakeholder projects (including strong liaison with Council and Government organisations), with strong financial analysis, reporting and monitoring skills. You must have transport planning and delivery experience in either a bus or car fleet area, and ideally within the major events environment. Overall we are looking for someone with experience delivering complex transport projects to non-negotiable deadlines. 

This is a great chance to join us in our South Melbourne Office on a fixed term contract, and play an important part in delivering sporting history across Australia and New Zealand. To take up this opportunity in this truly global event please apply online (with your Cover Letter and Resume in one document) via http://www.icc-cricket.com/cricket-world-cup/careers . We will be considering applications as they come in so please apply online in the first instance.

**Please note that you must have the legal right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role**

 

Team Services Coordinator - Australia

This is a unique opportunity for you to join the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 team in Melbourne, as the Team Services Coordinator for Australia. Within this role you will work closely with key stakeholders to ensure all Teams and Match Officials movements are planned and delivered in line with ICC specifications and LOC requirements. This will include accommodation, flights, ground transport, baggage, catering and other support services.

This is a pivotal role within our Cricket Operations Team, assisting in the planning phases through to operational delivery during tournament time. This role will build strong relationships with the Travel Management Company and Team Liaison Officers to ensure all services required are delivered to the world class standards expected. 

To be successful in this role, we are looking for someone from a sporting or major events organisation with experience in multi-venue tournaments/events. This role requires strong attention to detail, and exceptional stakeholder management ability. Strong communication skills are an absolute must role as you will be dealing with a variety of stakeholders in a time critical high pressure environment, where it’s imperative you are displaying a high level of 
professionalism at all times.  Ideally you have an understanding of professional sport, cricket in particular, so you understand of the intricacies of team movements both domestically and internationally.

This is a great chance to join us in our South Melbourne Office on a fixed term contract until March/April 2015, and play an important part in delivering sporting history across Australia and New Zealand!  

We will be considering applications as they come in, so please apply via http://www.icc-cricket.com/cricket-world-cup/careers in the first instance. Please ensure you include your Cover Letter and Resume in one document. 

**Please note you must have the legal right to live and work in 
Australia to apply for this role**

 

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ICC

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is the international governing body of cricket.

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