Product Development and Implementation Lead
The Product Development and Implementation Lead will be responsible for the development, refinement, distribution and management of Athletics Australia's suite of participation and education products through our partners with a focus on growing the reach of our products and services within the community. This role will seek to maximise participation in a range of settings, including schools, clubs and within the broader community through delivery of evidence-based best practice products and models of delivery. Additionally, this role will include responsibility for the coordination of initiatives relating to the sport's Position Statement for Children Participating in Athletics.
Applications close Tuesday 18th December.
To submit your application, please email your covering letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about this role, please contact Adam Bishop on 03 8646 4550.
ACT Performance Coordinator
The ACT Performance Coordinator will form effective relationships to maintain effective day-to-day coordination of the ACT Athletics Performance Program and deliver the ACT Local Target Talent Program (LTTP).
This position will ensure that AIS campus tenancy and ACTAS program and facility requirements are met, well facilitate the planning and delivery of NASS athlete visits and AA camps and will provide support to AIS based employed/contracted coaches.
This role reports to the Head of High Performance Systems.
Applications close Sunday 25th November 2018.
To submit your application, please email your covering letter and resume to email@example.com. For further information about this role, please contact Andrew Faichney on 03 8646 4550.
Human Resources Manager
Reporting directly to Senior Management, you will be responsible for day to day HR management. Key duties include implementation of HR strategy, development of HR policies and procedures (including child safeguarding policies) and other general HR duties.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required to build effective working relationships, both within and outside the organisation.
Ideal candidates will have relevant tertiary qualifications. You will possess strong HR experience with a knowledge of child safeguarding as a desirable asset (or at least the skills to learn very quickly). You will possess a 'hands on' and detailed approach, whilst having the ability to see the bigger picture. Strong computer literacy is also required.
To submit your application, please email your covering letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information about this role, please contact Jeremy Gibb on 0438 398 327.