An exciting opportunity has arisen to be involved in the development and administration of motorcycle sport within Western Australia
Motorcycling Western Australia is seeking a Development and Training Officer to develop and maintain training programs for officials, coaches and volunteers, coordinate the annual MWA JET elite program, and to be involved in developing and maintaining initiatives that help volunteers to manage and control risk at their clubs.
This is a unique opportunity to be involved at a level that makes a difference to the operation of the sport in WA.
If you think you have what it takes to make a difference to motorcycle sport in WA, are confident, prepared to work hard, under pressure with competing timelines, can network easily with people from all levels, and know what a mail merge is without having to google it, then we would like to hear from you.
Formal qualifications in sport and recreation management would be well regarded but not essential, we are prepared to train the right person.
This part time position will commence as soon as possible. Initial contract will be 3 months, with 12 month extensions based on an annual review of progress. Salary will be from $30,000 pa to $35,000 for a 24 hour week based on experience and performance reviews.
Applications close 2 June, 2017. Your application should include a cover letter addressing the criteria and a resume that includes two references. Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is highly recommended to call Rick Gill CEO 08 9371 5333 for more information. An information pack is available at www.motorcyclingwa.org.au.
Motorcycling Western Australia is an equal opportunity employer with a staff of seven operating from Maylands. We are a not for profit association and are recognised by the state government as the State Sporting Association responsible for the development of motorcycle sport. Our membership is 48 clubs from Esperance to Kununurra and over 5,000 competitors and officials.