Game and Market Development Casual staff
Cricket Tasmania are currently recruiting for School and Community Cricket Officers to help promote and deliver cricket experiences across Tasmania. We are looking for outgoing, enthusiastic individuals that have a strong passion for providing Tasmanian children with opportunities to be involved in Sport and Physical Activity.
This position provides a great opportunity for individuals who are seeking experience working with children. Full training is provided.
- Delivering of cricket school clinics/programs
- Promotion activities of Junior cricket programs, including MILO in2CRICKET and T20 Blast within schools and the community
- Opportunities to coordinate and/or support delivery of Junior Cricket Programs in Schools and at Clubs
- Providing an “active” and “ongoing” link with the broader cricket community within the region.
- Apart from a passion for getting kids active, successful candidates must be able to engage children in sporting and fun activities.
The School and Community Cricket Officer will also need:
- Outstanding communication (both verbal and written) skills with the ability to communicate with a broad range of people and shape the message accordingly;
- Motivate kids to get active and be involved in cricket
- Capable of demonstrating initiative to solve problems when they arise;
- An ability to create a culture that is inclusive and supportive for all participants;
- Previous experience in working with children
All applicants must have a current Working With Children Check The role is a true casual role with no guarantee of ongoing employment and with variable hours typically from 5-20 hours per week. Work may be during or after school hours or on weekends.
This is your opportunity to work for an organisation that embraces diversity and is passionate about what they do.
To apply please send your CV and Cover Letter (optional) to email@example.com
WBBL Media Coordinator (full-time 3-month contract)
A rare opportunity to combine your love of women’s sport and digital media and communications!
Cricket Tasmania is seeking a WBBL Media Coordinator to creatively promote and market the women’s Hurricanes and Tasmanian Cricket to an eminent position through digital and mainstream media platforms.
Reporting to the Media and Communications Manager, you will be responsible for developing and delivering innovative and engaging digital communications for all of Cricket Tasmania’s brands. Collaboration will be key to your success as you engage with internal and external stakeholders to design and implement effective digital media strategies to boost engagement and share the Cricket Tasmania story.
Your dynamic approach to ensuring the Hobart Hurricanes are a leader in the WBBL digital content space will see you continually measure and report performance of campaigns to ensure achievement of organisational goals, and work to increase awareness of the Hobart Hurricanes and Cricket Tasmania through all digital platforms.
Cricket Tasmania provides an exciting entertainment proposition! Your role will be critical in retaining and attracting a diverse and passionate fan base and growing our fan base for our women’s teams. In particular, you will develop and implement marketing strategies to appeal to the key markets of women and children.
Desired Skills and Experience:
- Tertiary qualifications and/or equivalent experience in digital media and/or marketing, preferably in sports industry or other related background.
- Passion for sport and entertainment and creating connectivity with fans.
- Experience with content management systems and proficiency in Photoshop, video production and editing
- Experience in journalism and media relations
- A team player who can work autonomously, show initiative and work irregular hours in-season
This role provides you with the unique opportunity to lead the way in marketing the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) which is revolutionising the Australian sporting landscape! Don’t miss out on your chance to be part of telling our story!
The position description is available here.
To apply, email your application in the form of a covering letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting WBBL Media Coordinator in the subject line.
Applications close 5pm 30 November 2017.
Game Development Officer (South)
Cricket Tasmania is the governing body of cricket in Tasmania promoting and developing the game throughout the state. As a unique and iconic sporting organisation Cricket Tasmania has responsibility for all aspects of the sport within Tasmania from junior cricket and coaching programs right through to professional players, coaches and umpires.
Cricket Tasmania has an exciting opportunity for a Game Development Officer to join our Game & Market Development team. Based in Hobart and reporting to the Regional Cricket Manager – South you will facilitate the promotion and development of Tasmanian cricket in the Southern region of Tasmania.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Building and developing relationships with clubs and schools to promote the game of cricket
- Promote, develop and support the delivery of entry level programs within clubs including MILO in2Cricket and MILO T20 Blast
- Provide leadership and management for both paid and unpaid roles involved in school programs such as The Captain’s Challenge, Extended Skills Program and MILO T20 Blast School Cups
- Leverage the profile of the Big Bash League and the Hobart Hurricanes as a strategy for maximizing participation
To be successful in this role you will possess:
- Current drivers licence & Working with Vulnerable People Registration
- Knowledge and experience of cricket development programs
- Well developed communication skills and the ability to build relationships with a wide range of cricket’s stakeholders
- Exceptional planning, time-management, coordination and organisational skills
- Ability to be flexible and adapt
A downloadable copy of the position description can be found here. Completed applications, including a resume and brief covering letter outlining your suitability for the role, can be emailed to email@example.com quoting reference GDOS in the subject line.
To discuss the opportunity further please call Paul Collins on 0419 361 318.
Applications close 9am Monday 4th December 2017.