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.
There are no positions currently available.
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.
Cricket Australia (CA) is the national governing body for cricket in Australia and one of the nation's premier sporting bodies. With a vision to be Australia's favourite sport and a sport for all Australians, CA is responsible for international teams, cricket competitions and events, and overseeing the development of the game at community level.
A rare opportunity has opened for a high calibre Executive Assistant to support the Executive General Manager responsible for Finance, Legal, IT, Risk and Procurement. In this pivotal role you will work in a collaborative style to ensure their office is highly efficient and effective. Your role will require you to field requests from other Executive General Managers, State and Territory cricketing bodies and key stakeholders.
Key to your success in this role includes;
- Excellent written and oral communications skills, including demonstrated experience in drafting and coordinating a high volume of Board/committee papers
- Outstanding engagement skills with a proven ability to relate positively and diplomatically with stakeholders
- Sound judgement and flexibility, with an ability to recognise and respond appropriately to issues and situations requiring confidentiality or professional discretion
- Superior organisational skills gained working in senior support roles
Ideally, you will have previous experience working with a CFO/COO responsible for board and committee papers. You are naturally efficient and engaging, with exceptional attention to detail, superior communication skills and a mature, diplomatic and flexible approach. This role will utilise your highly-proficient organisational capacity and advanced Microsoft skills.
Applications must be made online by Sunday 24 August 2014. A covering letter addressing the following key selection criteria should be included.
Closing Date: 24-Aug-2014
Cricket Australia (CA) is one of the nation's premier sporting bodies, is the driving force behind all facets of elite level cricket and sets the direction for the development of the game at the grass roots level. It also plays a key role in assisting the governance of cricket in Australia and worldwide. Cricket Australia's vision is to ensure cricket remains "Australia's favourite sport - a sport for all Australians."
In this newly created role of Integrity Officer, you will work in an exciting, issues-rich environment as an important member of CA's recently established Integrity Unit. Reporting to the Senior Manager - Integrity, your key responsibilities will include a range of projects across each of the functional areas of the CA Integrity Unit, including CA's anti-doping and anti-corruption programs and the establishment and management of systems and processes that will help deliver the operational plan of the Unit. You will also be responsible for the gathering and analysis of relevant data and manage CA's relationships with betting operators. Your efforts will contribute to a greater accountability culture and an adherence to strong governance and risk management principles within Australian cricket.
This is an outstanding career opportunity for an individual having excellent analytical and organisational skills, preferably with proven systems/database management skills. You will have experience in managing compliance regimes and governance controls and a strong understanding of sports integrity, risk management and governance principles. Previous exposure to the sports integrity landscape would be highly valued. Strong inter-personal and stakeholder management skills are a must due to the diverse range of stakeholders with whom you will be dealing. Critically, you will bring a high attention to detail and be a motivated self-starter able to autonomously deliver project results while working collaboratively within a dynamic team environment.
If you are passionate and motivated to help cricket become Australia's favourite sport - a sport for All Australians, we want to hear from you!
Applications must be made online at www.cricket.com.au/careers Applications close at 5pm on Sunday 24 August 2014. For further information please contact Lisa Grantham Recruitment Manager, on (03) 9653 9902
Closing Date: 24-Aug-2014
Western Australian Cricket Association
The Western Australian Cricket Association (known as the WACA) is the governing body for cricket in Western Australia.
The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is the governing body of cricket in the state of Western Australia, home to WA's elite teams, the Warriors and the Western Fury, and the T20 Big Bash League's Perth Scorchers. It oversees the development of the game across a variety of metro and regional areas, age groups and communities. The WACA's vision is to make cricket Australia's favourite sport, in conjunction with Cricket Australia, and to be the leaders across national team representation, elite team success, participation, engagement and fan experience.
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and hardworking person to join an established Turf team asGroundsperson. Reporting to the Turf Manager, you will assist in the preparation of the world famous WACA wicket and outfield.
You will be responsible for the maintenance of the outfield, assisting with the preparation of the practice wicket area, and centre wicket block and other general horticultural duties. Proven knowledge of fertilising, chemical spraying and line marking is essential. You will also require general skills to assist with overall match day ground preparation. General knowledge of machinery maintenance and irrigation systems will be viewed favourable. Effective communication and time management skills are a must.
The successful candidate will have a Cert III Horticulture (Turf) or similar and have at least three yearsGroundsperson or Greenkeeping experience or similar.
Weekend and after hours work will be required throughout the cricket season (October to March) for match days and wicket preparation.
Please email you applications in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 22 August 2014
Cricket Victoria is the governing body for of cricket in Victoria. Cricket Victoria's 2012-2015 strategic plan, which is in line with Cricket Australia's strategic plan, is focussed on maximising Victorians' passion for cricket, deeveloping the best players and officials in Australia, increasing participation substantially and inspire the next generations of Victorian players, fans and volunteers, providing first-class leadership and management to Victorian and Australian cricket and growing investment in Victorian cricket.
Cricket Victoria currently has three internship positions open for the 2014-15 season:
VicSpirit Communications Intern
Gain experience working alongside an elite sporting team, writing match previews and reviews for each VicSpirit match, manage the social media assets of the side throughout the season and media management on match days.
Male Pathway Communications Intern
Write daily reports throughout the Victorian Bushrangers Pathways Championships, the Under-17 and 19 National Championships and Under-12 and 15 School Sports Victoria campaigns, as well as managing the social media assets of the Cricket Victoria Pathway.
Female Pathway Communications Intern
Write daily reports throughout the VicSpirit Pathways Championships, the Under-15 and 18 National Championships and Under-12 School Sports Victoria campaign, as well as managing the social media assets of the Cricket Victoria Pathway.