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Issue 14 - April 20, 2018
 
AICD BREAKFAST FEATURES PROMINENT SPEAKERS

The Australian Institute of Company Directors will hold a Sports Governance Breakfast - For the Good of the Game - at Optus Stadium on May 1 from 7.30am to 9.30am, with members charged $80 and non-members asked to pay $100.

Some of WA's and Australia's most notable sports administrators will feature as guest speakers. AFL chair Richard Goyder heads the bill, along with WACA CEO Christina Matthews, Rugby WA chair John Edwards, Optus Stadium CEO Mike McKenna and WASF CEO Rob Thompson.
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WACA HAS THREE POSITIONS AVAILABLE

The WACA is currently advertising for three positions within the commercial, marketing and communications team - commercial sales manager, partnerships manager and events officer.
 

The commercial sales manager will drive new revenue across the WACA and Perth Scorchers, and Perth Scorchers hospitality program;  the newly created position of partnerships manager will be pivotal in ensuring effective relationships are built and maintained; and the event officer will assist with the design planning and delivery of commercial events for the WACA, from family-focused community events to high profile TV broadcast matches.
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SWIMMING WA OFFERS DEVELOPMENT ROLE

Swimming WA in conjunction with Swimming Australia is advertising for a full time development officer to help actively grow participation in the sport through the administration of junior development programs.

The successful candidate will work closely with Swimming WA affiliated swimming clubs, the school network and learn to swim centres. Applications close April 27.
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DOCKERS SEEK DIGITAL PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

The Fremantle Football Club is looking to employ a digital production coordinator to organise the Docker Media online channel including all visual stories relating to the Fremantle Dockers - media conferences, match highlights, player interviews and player-hosted shows.

The successful candidate will have a proven background in video editing and ideally will have worked with athletes or talent regarding video production and will also have extensive skills with video editing programs such as Adobe Premiere Pro and After effects, Photoshop and uploading videos to YouTube to name a few.

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THE ELEMENT'S BACK ON THE ROAD

Following the inaugural 2017 event, the Element Road Series returns with nine rounds in 2018 through some of the most picturesque countryside around the State.

The Element is a series aimed at cyclist from the elite looking to claim glory and the champions trophy to new riders wanting to experience cycling through beautiful country.
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REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR PLA STATE CONFERENCE

Parks and Leisure Australia (WA) have opened registrations for its 2018 State Conference, Growing Expectations, to be held at the Esplanade Hotel from June 21-22.

The two-day event will feature 54 presentations over six professional streams, six workshops and technical tours all targeting 300 professional practitioners from the leisure planning, leisure and aquatic facilities, sports development, parks, environmental, events and community development sectors.

 

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MPs SALUTE WA'S WINTER GAMES ATHLETES

WA's PyeongChang 2018 competitors have received a standing ovation from Members of Parliament as Sport and Recreation Minister Mick Murray commended them for a strong showing at the Winter Games.
 

Olympic bobsledders Lucas Mata (Scarborough) and David Mari (Perth) joined Paralympic snowboarder Sean Pollard (Bunbury) and alpine skier Shaun Pianta (Collie) at Parliament House to watch Mr Murray's address. Cross-country skier Jessica Yeaton (Perth) rounded out the Games' Western Australian contingent.

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AMBITIOUS TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION GOAL AT AIS

America’s Cup-winning engineer Ian Burns says his goal is for the AIS to be the world leader in sport data, technology and innovation after returning home to take up a leading role for Australian sport.

Burns has commenced as AIS Deputy Director of Applied Technology and Innovation and says developments in these areas will be a major factor in Australia’s ongoing international performance over the next two decades.

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