State and Territory Associations
SACA Corporate Communications Manager
Forming part of the managerial team the Corporate Communications Manager has responsibility for internal and all external communications, brand management and public relations activities.
The role of the Corporate Communications Manager is to work closely with the Chief Executive and SACA’s departments, stakeholders and business partners in the effective delivery and representation of SACA’s brands.
To be considered for this position, you will bring to the role:
• Demonstrated experience in PR and media management at a senior level
within a dynamic business
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, including copy writing
and/or publications experience (evidence of this work will be required)
• Demonstrated experience in developing online communication strategies
including websites and social media
• Budgeting and corporate reporting
• Experience and understanding of brand management
• Exposure to major events and tourism organisations with the ability to
leverage networks and relationships that will benefit the Association
• A demonstrated strong attention to detail (essential)
• Proven ability to consistently drive for results and quality outcomes
• Advanced competency level with Microsoft Office suite
If you possess the required skills and experience and wish to apply for this position, please forward your application and covering letter to Allison Zoellner: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Senior Development Officer
The Game Development Department is responsible for growing cricket participation and inspiring the next generation of players and fans. The department is charged with the challenging task of igniting and maintaining a lifelong connection with cricket by recognising the diverse needs of participants and subsequently developing formats and pathways to meet such diversity. Game Development is focused particularly on driving passion amongst primary-aged children with the purpose of achieving the Associations strategic goals of maximising both interest and participation in cricket in NSW.
Your primary areas of responsibilities will include:
• Stakeholder Management;
• Club Cricket;
• School Cricket;
• Community Engagement;
• Quality Environments;
• Supporting the T20 Franchise.
To be successful in this role you must have:
• Exceptional administrative skills including the ability to multi-task, prioritise work commitments and deadlines, whilst maintaining a strong attention to detail;
• Outstanding communication (both verbal and written);
• 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 interact with a wide range of staff / stakeholders including professional staff and volunteers;
• An understanding of the NSW education system as well as community participation in sport, including volunteer management;
• Advanced computer skills – MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Access and PowerPoint applications.
A passion for sport will be a given, whilst a sound knowledge of cricket would be beneficial.
Significant travel within the Sydney West region will be required as well as weekend and after hours work.
Initial enquiries and a full job description are available by phoning Cricket NSW on:
+61 (02) 8302-6007.
To apply, email your application to email@example.com noting your Name and Senior
Development Officer in the subject line.
CNSW requires a 1 page letter of introduction and an accompanying CV of no more than 5 pages, with both documents merged as one file attachment.
Closing Date: Tuesday 28 May 2013
ICC and International Roles
Fourteen countries spanning one fifth of the world's population will compete for it. Hundreds of millions will view it. And just one team will make it happen. The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 (CWC2015) is cricket's flagship event, which will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2015.
To ensure the tournament sets a world class benchmark in sporting event delivery across the two nations, we are building a Local Organising Committee (LOC) with leading professionals who will shape this world-class sporting event throughout the full lifecycle.
The Office Coordinator plays a key role in ensuring the smooth operational running of the New Zealand office. This role will be at the heart of the office as it grows over the next two years, playing a key role in coordinating general office administration, covering reception, helping with staff inductions and providing general administrative support to the team. This role will also work closely with the Australia Office, coordinating travel and meetings as well as ensuring the overall organisational office administration needs are met.
The successful candidate will have a high level of communication skills (both verbal and written), at least two years' experience in an office or administration role as well as a can-do attitude to help as required. In a true team environment, this role has the important task of supporting the team and becoming the go-to person for general staff queries, particularly as the office grows.
This exciting role will be based in our Wellington office - this is a fantastic time to join us at the LOC and accelerate your professional development in an environment of teamwork, open communication and support.
This is a great opportunity to play a key role in this truly global sporting event. We are currently considering the applications for this role so please apply online in the first instance.
Find out more here.
Applications close 26 May 2013.
We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Tournament Manager to join our operations team in New Zealand. This role is accountable for the detailed planning and execution for specific venue and city operations, and coordinating the implementation of program areas to ensure the smooth and consistent operation for a successful CWC 2015.
This position will evolve from a planning role into having a direct venue responsibility in the lead up to and during the event. This may encompass responsibility for a number (or cluster) of venues, so an adaptable and flexible approach is critical within this environment.
To be successful in this role you should have demonstrated experience delivering major event operations on an international stage. Exceptional stakeholder management ability is a must as a critical part of this role will be developing strong operational relationships with venue owners/operators, host cities, local authorities and ICC event operations.
We are looking for someone who knows what it takes to meet non-negotiable deadlines, and has the ability to remain calm and pragmatic under pressure. A strong team focus is imperative, as is the ability to step up in a leadership capacity. Coming on board at this planning stage offers the unique opportunity to be involved in the recruitment of our rapidly growing operations team. This is a fantastic time to join us at the CWC2015 and accelerate your professional development in an environment of teamwork, open communication and support.
This role will be based in our CWC 2015 Wellington office, with frequent travel to the different venues within New Zealand (venues to be announced mid-2013).
To take up this unique opportunity to join CWC 2015 and play an integral part in delivering sporting history throughout New Zealand and Australia, please apply online following the link here. Please ensure you include your covering letter and resume in one document.
If you have specific questions relating to this role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close 1 June 2013.
Regional Development Officer - Africa Cricket Association
The Africa Cricket Association is one of five regional offices within the Pepsi ICC Development Programme. This important role will provide strategic support to the Africa Cricket Association Chief Executive Officer in the planning, management and delivery of a range of cricket development programmes across the ICC’s 20
Associate and Affiliate Member nations within the Africa region, with a specific focus on Game Development.
• Assist Members to achieve sustainable growth in line with the ICC’s Global Development Strategy by supporting their development programmes
• Provide expertise, advice and support to the region on game development
• Lead and manage regional High Performance Projects
• To provide support to the Regional Development Manager in strategic planning and implementation
• To lead efforts to deliver Cricket for Development projects
Requirements for a successful candidate include:
• Relevant tertiary degree
• Level 2 or higher Cricket Coaching Accreditation would be an advantage
• Proven success in developing:
• Participation pathways at entry-level, junior, youth, adult and female levels
• High performance pathways and programs
• Experience and involvement with community development and government relations using sport as a tool for development
• Experience in strategic planning
• Ability to present to groups and influence change
Conditions of employment:
• The position reports to the ACA Chief Executive
• As part of the role international and domestic travel will be required
• Remuneration offered will be commensurate with qualifications and experiences
If you feel that you can meet the challenge, please email your CV and cover letter to Zuraida Badat: email@example.com, +27 11 845 4881
A full job description is available on request.
Applications close Friday 24 May. Interviews are scheduled for the 6th and 7th June
Head Coach - Melbourne University Cricket Club
The Melbourne University Cricket Club (“MUCC”) is seeking a Senior Coach for the 2013/14 Premier Cricket season. MUCC fields four teams in Cricket Victoria’s Premier Cricket competition in addition to a men’s team in the Mercantile competition and a ladies team in the VWCA competition. Founded in 1856, MUCC has the finest playing and training facilities in the competition and benefits significantly from its longstanding relationship with Melbourne University Sport. Our facilities will be further enhanced with a new $7 million pavilion expected to be completed late in 2013.
It is expected that the successful applicant will have as a minimum Level Two coaching qualification and, most importantly, a passion for developing talented cricketers to reach their full potential and contribute to team success. The MUCC Coach will be involved in the selection and appointment of supporting staff and coaches. The MUCC Board will support the coach in all aspects in pursuit of the club’s strategic goals.
MUCC has a proud history of success on the field and in producing contributors to society off it. Those considering the role will need to appreciate and embrace the club’s unique culture and heritage while bringing in new ideas and enthusiasm. In season 2012/13 MUCC finished fifth in the Premier Cricket club championship. We are extremely well placed for the forthcoming season with a strong player group.
Please contact Wayne Phillips +61 (0)407 199 677 for further information.
Applications to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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