Advertiser: Waikato Hockey AssociationMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 1 Dec 2019
- Waikato, Hamilton
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Sport & Recreation, Management
About the business
Waikato Hockey Association has had a proud history of running hockey in the Waikato for over 110 years.
Recent changes to the High Performance delivery announced by Hockey NZ means that there will no longer be Regional bodies running performance teams.
This gives Waikato Hockey an exciting opportunity to increase the focus on player development in our Association and gives us the opportunity to find an expert to help us develop and deliver on this plan.
About the role
This is an exciting and varied role, with the opportunity for the successful candidate to make it their own as it is a brand new role.
The starting point is helping us build a robust development plan for the future, taking into account the needs of all, from grassroots players through to those wanting to make their way through to the highest level as players, coaches and umpires.
This role will not only develop, but also manage our extended development plan going forward ensuring it is a living document that remains relevant and is well communicated to and understood by all in our hockey community.
Benefits and perks
Salary plus company car, phone and laptop
Applications close 13th December 2019
Skills and experience
For this role you need to have a proven record;
1. Working in the sports industry and being responsible for long term planning
2. Have a good understanding of the changes currently happening within sport in NZ with the focus of age and stage development
3. Management skills and the ability to motivate and support one full time staff member and a number of contracted coaches
4. Excellent communication skills and the ability to bring a community along with your vision
5. Planning skills and the ability to plan for future needs in a proactive manner
6. Excellent time management and administration skills are required for this role
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
- Do you have experience working towards targets and KPIs?
- How much notice are you required to give your current employer?
- Have you completed a qualification in fitness?
- Do you have a current New Zealand driver's licence?