State and Territory Associations
Chief Financial Officer
Queensland Cricket is undergoing a period of change as it responds to the changing needs of the game and plays its part in achieving greater integration with Cricket Australia and the other state jurisdictions. As part of this process of readjustment the organisation is seeking to appoint a Chief Financial Officer to implement the policies and systems needed to effectively manage Queensland Cricket's finances and ensure it meets its reporting, statutory and taxation obligations.
The key areas of responsibility will be as follows:
• Ensure Queensland Cricket's financial strategy and associated policies are developed and implemented.
• Ensure accurate and timely reporting on the financial performance of the organisation to the Board and to Cricket Australia.
• Build financial management capability across the organisation.
• Build and execute the strategic plan.
• Ensure a risk strategy is in place, including all necessary insurance arrangements, which links to the Australian Cricket Strategy.
• Implement the shared services concept in conjunction with Cricket Australia.
• Manage the implementation of new financial systems in collaboration with Cricket Australia.
• Assume overall management responsibility for grounds, pavilion, property and facilities.
• Ensure Queensland Cricket's assets are managed cost effectively.
Reporting to the CEO, and as part of the senior management team, the successful candidate will hold CPA accreditation and will have a minimum of 5 years experience in a senior financial role. The role carries a significant people management component and as such requires outstanding communication and interpersonal skills as well as the capacity to work collaboratively with Cricket Australia and other state jurisdictions. The CFO will have a particular focus on innovation and the delivery of new and more efficient processes and systems as well as building financial management capability generally throughout the organisation.
This is a rare opportunity to work in a dynamic, challenging and evolving sporting environment that offers a high level of personal and professional satisfaction.
Interested candidates should forward their application to:
Chief Executive Officer
1 Greg Chappell Street
Albion Qld 4010
Telephone enquiries can be directed to Russ Wilde, Human Resources Manager, on 0411 510 921.
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Applications close Wednesday 12 March 2014.
High Performance Manager – Youth Pathway
This role is accountable for the management of Cricket Tasmania High Performance Youth Pathway (male) programs to
facilitate the continued development and peak performance of teams, players and coaches.
High Performance Program
• Develop, implement, and manage High Performance Youth Pathway (male)
program. Focus areas to include (but not restricted to):
o Implement and manage Talent ID program
o Appointment and development of accredited coaching staff
o Implementation of skill development programs throughout Tasmania
• Ensure Individual Player Plans (IPP) for all players are developed and managed via Cricket Australia Athlete Management System
• Attend regional squad training sessions (as required)
•Develop best practice coaching structures and systems to facilitate on-going team and individual player development
• Promote and support individual player Professional Development programs and initiatives
High Performance - Youth (Coaching Staff)
• Set clear objectives for all staff and provide the platform for the achievement of individual performance objectives
• In conjunction with GM – Cricket and HR Manager support the professional development of all coaches
High Performance - Youth (Support staff)
• In consultation with GM – Cricket ensure the appropriate support staff are appointed to provide quality professional service within the High Performance
program. Areas to include (but not restricted to):
o Sports Psychology
o Medical (physiotherapy, GP, Sports Physician)
o Diet & Nutrition
• Fill role of Head Coach for specific Youth team
• Fill role of Assistant Coach for specific Youth team (time permitting)
• Provide input on policies, playing conditions, and scheduling for National Championships
• Operate within program operational budget
• Maximise available resources for the benefit of the Youth program
Media & Promotion
• Complete media requests as directed/scheduled by CT Media & Communications Manager
• Represent CT and Youth Pathway program professionally and with integrity
• Provide reports and/or make presentation to the Cricket Committee and/or CT Board (as requested)
• Play a lead role in CT High Performance coaching group
• Provide regular feedback on HP players to relevant coaches in Grade cricket
Youth Selection Panel
• An active member of Youth Pathway selection panel
People & Culture
• Contribute to the on-going success of Cricket Tasmania by adopting a holistic view of the organisation and its Strategic objectives
• Promote and role model the desired culture and behaviours amongst Cricket Tasmania employees and related groups
• Increase your capabilities by undertaking specific training and personal
• Ensure adherence to the human resource policies put in place by Cricket Tasmania
• Meet the obligations of a leader as defined in relevant Health and Safety
Key performance indicators (linked to CT Strategic Plan):
• Finish in the top four teams in all National Youth Championships
• Place in the top two positions of the Spirit of Cricket Award at each National Championships
• High Performance coaching staff to be the best in Australia measured by:
o Success of team and individual players
o Elevation to national roles (coaches)
• Tasmanian cricket’s pathway programs attract and retain talented youth multi-sport athletes at >50% success
Qualifications / experience
• Level 3 Cricket Coaching Accreditation
• Team/Individual coaching experience
• Experience within cricket industry
• Driver’s Licence
• High level playing experience
Critical skills and knowledge
• Excellence in developing, implementing, and managing High Performance cricket programs
• Ability to motivate and influence High Performance cricketers, coaches and teams
• Strong commitment to performance excellence
• Understanding of modern coaching techniques and methodologies
• Resilience and energy to operate in a challenging working environment
• Proven ability to operate with professionalism and integrity in challenging situations
• Well-developed management and leadership skills
• Advanced relationship building and stakeholder management skills
• High level interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
• Exceptional planning, coordination and organisational skills
• Proven administrative and financial management skills
• Self-motivated with the ability to work independently or as part of a team
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Applications close 21 March 2014.
Cricket Operations Manager
•Maximum Term Contract (Two year, negotiable)
• $55,000 (inclusive of superannuation)
Sydney University Cricket Club is one of 47 sporting clubs that operate out of Sydney Uni Sport and Fitness. It was first established in 1864 and is one of the longest running cricket clubs in Australia. It will be celebrating its 150th year in 2014 and is currently one of the leading clubs in the Sydney Cricket Association Competition.
The Cricket Operations Manager of the Sydney University Cricket Club (SUCC) reports to the Chairman of SUCC and Sydney Uni Sport and Fitness (SUSF) High Performance Manager and is largely responsible for the daily running of the Cricket Club.
The Cricket Operations Manager is responsible for the organisation, promotion, development and implementation of the following programs: Financial Management, Constitutional Compliance, Events/Fundraising/Sponsorship, Foundation, Club Communications, as well as Competition and Game Day Management.
The role of Cricket Operations Manager oversees the smooth running of all five grade teams, Green Shield and Poidevin Gray sides. This will involve coordinating all athlete registrations, in line with SUSF policies and procedures.
In conjunction with the club executive committee, the Cricket Operations Manager is responsible for coordinating all revenue raising activities for the club. This includes overseeing all sponsorship and fundraising programs as well as any other activities that generate revenue for the club.
• Provide an Annual Budget for approval by the SUCC Board
• Purchase club apparel annually in line with SUSF regulations
• Provide efficient correspondence to internal and external stakeholders
• Maintain existing sponsors of the club and acquire any new sponsors to increase revenue for the club.
• Liaise with SCA/CNSW in a timely manner as required. Attend SCA meetings and Forums where required.
• Game Management – scoreboard set up, balcony set up, liaison with opposition, scorers area, clean & remark lines on wicket, ensure cleanliness of home & away change rooms, liaise with Grounds staff as required.
• Liaise with the Grounds Staff and relevant Building Manager to utilise the facilities of SUSF.
• Professional Sport industry experience (3+ years)
• Organisational & time management skills
• Strong communication & interpersonal skills
• Relevant tertiary qualifications – Degree in Sports Management or equivalent
• Senior First Aid Certificate
• Media skills and experience
For further enquiries, please contact SUCC Chairman, James Rodgers (0419 662 236) or SUSF High Performance
Manager, Matthew Phelps (0421 899 175).
To apply, please send your application to the SUSF, HR Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Applications Close COB, Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Interviews will be conducted during the afternoon, Monday, 17 March 2014.
Head Coach – Men’s Cricket
• Part-time (focussed on August to March)
• Term Contract (Two year, negotiable)
• Remuneration to be discussed and negotiated
Sydney Cricket Club (SCC) is one of 20 clubs competing in the Sydney Grade Cricket Competition. It was formed in 2007 through a joint venture of Balmain District Cricket Club and the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust.The Club’s heritage stretches back to 1897 and over that time it has produced numerous Test and 1st class cricketers. Our aspiration is to be the leading cricket club, both on and off the field, in Australia and to ensure our members are able to develop to their best potential.
SCC wishes to appoint an experienced Head Coach to lead the Club’s men’s cricket program for season 2014/15. The role is responsible for developing a coaching strategy, pre-season and in-season programs to maximize the performance of the Club’s six men’s teams. The Head Coach will also oversee SCC’s various junior team and development programs, to ensure a clear pathway and consistency of approach, along with coordination of specialist coaches to support program delivery.
The Club has access to outstanding facilities, both at Drummoyne Oval and the SCG. Additionally a strong coaching program has been developed over the past four years; the Club now seeks a candidate to take this to an even higher level of professionalism and excellence. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced yet aspirational coach who wishes to align him/herself with an ambitious and uniquely structured cricket club.
The Head Coach will report to the SCC General Manager and also the Club’s Cricket Operations Committee.
• Develop a Club coaching strategy, structure and budget for approval by the SCC Cricket Operations Committee
• Implement pre and in-season coaching programs for the full SCC men’s cricket club (approx. 70 players)
• Oversee and coordinate practice sessions (afternoons twice weekly) primarily at Drummoyne Oval from September to March
• Manage support/specialist coaches and lead the development of the Club’s coaching capability
• Align coaching programs with the Club’s cultural objectives; play a leading role, along with team captains and Club officials, in driving behaviours to support positive Club culture
• Provide oversight and input into the Club’s junior teams and coaching programs (Poidevin Gray & Green Shields, SCC Academy etc.)
• Level 2 cricket coaching accreditation (or commitment to obtain within three months)
• Experience coaching senior cricketers at an elite level (Grade or 1st
• Outstanding organisational & time management skills
• Strong communication & interpersonal skills; the aptitude to create and lead a performance based culture
• Ability to collaborate effectively and work with multiple stakeholders positively
• Relevant tertiary qualifications
• Elite level cricket playing experience (1st Grade or 1stclass level)
For further enquiries please contact SCC General Manager, David Kelly (0423 798 956).
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
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Applications close Friday, 14 March 2014
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