Gosford City Basketball & Sports Stadium (GCBSS) is a not for profit sporting organisation that exists to provide sporting and leisure opportunities for all ages and abilities, across various sports in a competitive and non-competitive environment for the local community and wider regions. GCBSS is an incorporated body controlled by an Independent Board of Directors.
GCBSS currently has over 2000 registered members who participate in sporting activities on a weekly basis. The stadium is also the home of the Gosford City Rebels (Juniors) and the Central Coast Crusaders (Senior) Representative Teams who compete in sanctioned Basketball NSW events and competitions.
The GCBSS building is owned by the organisation and is located on Central Coast Council land in the suburb of Terrigal. GCBSS does not receive any direct funding from the Local Government and relies solely on the support of its corporate partners, registered members, sporting programs and events to operate and maintain the building.
The Board is seeking a highly motivated individual (preferably with extensive experience in Sports Administration/Management, a proven leader with the skills to focus on the management of the stadiums activities including its successful operational and financial performance. This is a hands on role that requires working in collaboration with a diverse range of stakeholders and providing effective leadership of the stadium. This will require strong collaborative leadership with the Board via the Chairman, staff and our volunteers through close adherence to the values and policies of the GCBSS. It would also be desirable to have sound knowledge of the sport of basketball and experience in association governance.
Key attributes include:
- Sports Management or similar degree preferred
- Demonstrated strong leadership ability
- Knowledge and understanding of Basketball NSW and Basketball Australia policies and guidelines
- Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, active listening)
- Must be able to work flexible working times
- Stakeholder engagement
- Highly organised and ability to prioritise multiple tasks
- Analytical thinking and problem solving
Applicants will need to demonstrate management experience, with preferably previous experience of sports administration and operation. This is a full time position of 40 hours per week and includes a requirement to work flexible hours including weekends and some weekday evening work.
Salary will be based on skills and experience. Employment will be offered as a Fulltime position. Applicants will be required to have or obtain a Working With Children Check.
Closing Date: 5pm Monday 6 February, 2017
Only successful applicants will be contacted in relation to an Interview.
Name: Kellie Hassab
How to apply: Applications or inquiries should be directed to:
Vice Chairman GCBSS
Applicatons Close 5pm Monday 6th February, 2017
To apply, click here.