- Help drive change to provide educational opportunities for elite athletes
- Exciting challenging role -opportunity to lead key relationships/projects
- Great location - Free parking
The AIS is responsible for leading and enabling a united high performance system that supports Australian athletes to achieve podium success. The Athlete Wellbeing and Engagement (AW&E) Branch leads the system’s development and delivery of services designed to improve an athletes’ ability to effectively navigate the critical transition points throughout and beyond their sporting career.
This is an exciting opportunity to coordinate and lead the growth and implementation of our Elite Athlete Education Network as education is given high priority in a fast changing industry and global environment.
We are looking for a talented individual to develop, nurture and build key stakeholder relationships with higher education institutions (Universities and TAFE providers) and short course education providers. A passion for athlete wellbeing and working with and guiding others with the same passion you are all about making a difference. You bring a solid understanding of opportunities which exist in today’s modern learning and education environments and have a tenacious focus on improving systems, service and engagement to ultimately provide best support for athletes.
You have an engaging and professional style and build relationships with ease. You bring an understanding of how collaboration and technology can work hand in hand to enhance and support learning and program/project delivery and are a person who readily identifies new projects, trends or ways of doing things better to help us drive quality service and business outcomes.
If this role sounds like you, please note our ideal candidate will bring:
- Tertiary qualifications and/or demonstrated experience in education, modern learning and development, sport management or project management.
- Demonstrated experience managing small to medium sized education events (e.g. conference, forums).
- Demonstrated success engaging with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to identify trends and opportunities to achieve outcomes.
- Demonstrated experience in managing and delivering projects with high level organisation, planning and attention to detail.
- Strong understanding of the demands on athletes in a high performance sporting environment will be highly regarded.
The preferred location for this position is Canberra or Melbourne and will be offered as a full time, fixed term contract to 16 December 2022.
Salary range = $92,007 – $106,078 per annum + up to 15.4% superannuation.
Employment benefits include access to priority onsite Childcare placements, free parking facilities and use of on-site gymnasium.
Applications close 5.00pm AEDT Thursday 2nd April 2020 (no late applications will be accepted).
Please indicate on your application if you are unavailable for any period from 6th April 2020 – 10 April 2020 as it is anticipated interviews will be held during this time.
Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia.
Acknowledgement of Country
The ASC recognises the outstanding contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make to sport in Australia and celebrates the power of sport to promote reconciliation and reduce inequality.
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The ASC supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.
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