Club Communications Coordinator, Melbourne, Nunawading Swimming Club

Published 2022-06-29
Expires 2022-07-29
ID #1065561252
Club Communications Coordinator, Melbourne, Nunawading Swimming Club
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published June 29, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Volunteer
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Club communications coordinator

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Description Swimming Lover? Sport Lover? Detailed? Organised? We are Nunawading Swimming Club, one of Australia's high performance swimming clubs and original home of many Australian Dolphins Olympians like Matt Temple, Brendon Smith, Brooke Hanson, Leisel Jones, Ash Delaney, Belinda Hocking and Jess Hansen. Nunawading Swimming Club (NSC) comprises of two key operational streams. The Club, a competitive swimming club which caters for junior competition swimmers, through to performance level swimming, and the swim schools- known as Just Swimming, offering learn to swim classes for babies, pre and primary aged children from 4 months – 14yrs of age. Statement of Commitment to Cultural Safety of Aboriginal Children We are committed to cultural safety and wellbeing of aboriginal children and young people. This will be a primary focus of our care and decision-making. Just Swimming has zero tolerance for child abuse or racism and as an organisation we will act on incidents of both. Aboriginal Children are able to express their cultural identity and this makes them stronger and safer. Cultural safety includes the rights of each child to develop and express their background, customs, social behaviour, language, religion or spirituality, beliefs and way of living. Statement of Commitment to Safety of Children We are committed to creating and maintaining an environment that promotes the safety of all children. This includes encouraging a culture where the prevention and reporting of abuse is supported and encouraged. All staff and volunteers are responsible for promoting the safety, wellbeing and empowerment of children. Just Swimming is committed to providing a child safe environment where children and young people are safe and feel safe, and their voices are heard about decisions that affect their lives. Particular attention will be paid to the cultural safety of Aboriginal children and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, as well as the safety of children with a disability A rare position has opened in our Club for a motivated individual to provide support to the Club and Squad programs, taking the lead with public communication and administration. This stand-alone role is at the heart of our purpose at Nunawading Swimming Club community. You will be the key liaison between the large membership group and the organisation. Key Areas of Responsibility… Liaise regularly with our coaching team, parents, athletes and external bodies involved in the sport of swimming; Update Club noticeboards on a monthly basis; Coordinate volunteers for Nunawading and non-Nunawading swim meets; Planning implementation of social functions including the annual Presentation Evening and Christmas Party; Complete Club administration work as required by EGM / Head Coaches; Attend and produce Minutes for the Swim Committee meetings; Swimming Events and Meets assistance with arrangements, catering and attendance at the events and assist as required; Support the High-Performance Squad and Coach Provide assistance with budget support and expenses About You… The successful candidate will have experience in and: Have a keen interest or a background in the sport of swimming!! Be able to attend some weekend swimming meets Have high level of digital literacy as you will update our website and frequently use different programs Great written and oral communication skills. Excellent initiative and organisational skills. Be the type of person that has a mind for numbers and statistics because Swimming results are all about the microsecond ! The Opportunity… Stand alone role and the ability to make it your own Join a high performance, motivated, and family friendly non profit sporting organisation Work with a close knit team (can be Hybrid location) Part-time hours (approximately 24) across Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Also, you must be able to attend these events: Saturday 30th July- Nuna Short Course Meet Saturday 3rd December- Nuna Long Course Meet Saturday 4th February- Nuna Summer Long Course Meet + Presentation Night and other adhoc swimming events Successful applicants will enjoy A fantastic and supportive team environment Free snacks Pool access discounts Swimming lesson discounts Squad fee discounts Full induction and HR cloud based onboarding process Plenty of free car-parking Ongoing training and development Dedicated resources to support you as an employee including…. Health and Safety Coordinator, HR Manager and Finance & Payroll team Child Safe qualification required: You will need an Employee’s Working with Children's Check (WWC) to work at Nunawading Swimming Club. To apply It is a condition of employment that all employees declare their Covid-19 Vaccination status. The successful candidate will be required to provide evidence of being fully vaccinated for Covid-19. Nunawading Swimming Club Inc. is committed to creating a diverse and safe environment. We are proud to be an equal opportunity and Child Safe employer. We welcome applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, have a disability, and/or a form a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background. Applicants must have valid Australian work rights.

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