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Issue 26 - July 13, 2018
INDUSTRY AWARDS AT OPTUS STADIUM ON AUGUST 8

The Sport and Recreation Industry Awards, held at Optus Stadium on August 8 from 7am to 9.30am, are the premier accolades for any organisation in the industry as they recognise innovation and exceptional achievement across all areas of sport and recreation in Western Australia.

The finalists and winners of the various categories will be celebrated at a $40-a-head breakfast where, at an additional cost of $17, participants can get a guided tour of the new stadium.

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GYMNASTICS WA OFFERS TOP POST

Gymnastics WA is seeking an executive director to engage with diverse stakeholder groups and demonstrate the ability to develop and nurture key relationships within the gymnastics community, including committees, coaches, officials and administrators at the grass root level.

Another position is also available - a p
articipation and sport coordinator to play a key role in the planning and delivery of a range of Gymnastic WA events and activities and will contribute to driving gymnastics, participation and inclusion initiatives.

 
TWO JOBS AVAILABLE AT SWIMMING WA

Swimming WA has two positions available - a competition and records officer and a competition and pathways manager is drive strategic and operational outcomes of the seasonal competition planning, logistics, and preparation for the successful delivery of SWA pool meets.

The competition and records officer, a new position, will coordinate the seasonal competition planning, logistics, and ensure SWA pool events are run to highest standard, are engaging for participants and spectators and show innovation in their delivery.



 
HOCKEY WA SEEKS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Hockey WA is seeking a schools participation development officer to be responsible for the promotion and delivery of Hockey WA’s participation programs to primary and secondary schools to support the growth and development of hockey.

The varied and challenging role requires a person with good communication skills, proven presentation skills, the ability to multitask and possess strong planning skills.

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WACA ADVERTISES THREE POSITIONS
 

The WACA has a number of vacancies available, including a coach and talent specialist in the High Performance Department on a fixed term contract until June 30, 2020 (with the possibility of extension). The successful applicant will be responsible for the alignment, promotion, implementation and delivery of the male player and coach pathway across the north metropolitan region.

 

Additional roles exist within the Commercial, Marketing and Communication Department – a digital communications specialist responsible for the WACA and Perth Scorchers websites and social media platforms, and a communications officer to act as the media liaison for the WACA’s elite teams while also overseeing the WACA’s internal and membership communications.

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AWARDS HONOUR SCHOOL KIDS

Western Australian schools are invited to nominate students in years 10, 11 and 12 for the Pierre de Coubertin Awards, an annual program delivered across Australia through the State Olympic Councils.  

The awards promote the importance of participation in sport and physical activity are designed to recognise students who demonstrate initiative, teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play through participation in a variety of sports in the competitive arena.  To nominate
click here or for more information visit the awards website at education.olympics.com.au or phone Lisa Lilleyman at the WA Olympic Council on (08) 61689185

 
CONVENTION BILLED AS AUSTRALASIA'S BIGGEST SPORT AND RECREATION FORUM

The three-day National Sports Convention 2018, recognised as Australasia’s largest community sport and recreation knowledge sharing event, kicks off at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on July 16.

The NSC convention offers a wide range of conferences that share the Global Keynote Speakers each morning before moving to their own conference programs – so that all can share the global thinking and knowledge sharing and then benefit from the intimacy of the specialist conferences that encourage greater discussion and inter-activeness. To appreciate the scope and depth of the convention program, click
here.

 
CELEBRATING NAIDOC WEEK

The Australian Sports Commission has acknowledging the outstanding contribution Indigenous Australians make to sport with NAIDOC Week celebrations across the country.

ASC Chief Executive Officer Kate Palmer spoke about significant involvement of Indigenous Australians in sport.


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