|Position Title||Kanga Cup Administration Assistant|
|Short Description||This role is the first point of contact for all team enquiries for the McDonald's Kanga Cup - the largest youth football tournament in the southern hemipshere. The primary tasks will centre on communications, event management, project management and problem solving.|
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|Location||Canberra, ACT, Australia|
The program based in Canberra and will introduce you to the ACT Sporting Industry, specifically the operation of a large-scale event.
The internship will involve overseeing the operational aspects of all teams entering into the Kanga Cup, as well as working with the Digital Services and Administration Manager, Event Manager and Tournament Director.
Specific tasks include:
- Competition software management
- Team communications
- Team nomination management
- Finance coordination
- Customer service
- Website development
||3 May 2019
The governing body of football in the Australian Capital Territory and a member of the national association, Football Federation of Australia.
The McDonald’s Kanga Cup is the largest youth football tournament in the Southern Hemisphere, attracting over 350 teams from Australia and overseas. It is conducted in July over a week in Canberra. The Kanga Cup was also presented with the 2017 Minister for Sport and Recreation’s Award for Event Excellence.
|Phone (work)||(02) 6189 2205|
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