Overview

Local Government Coordinator Job at Golf Australia Australia

About Golf Australia:

Australian Golf is experiencing unprecedented growth and embarking upon an exciting journey of change. Golf Australia is central to this as the governing body for golf in Australia.

Our purpose is to have “more Australians playing more golf”, and our philosophy is that “all golf is golf, and all of us can be golfers”.

Australian Golf has a new strategy that positions golf as “a sport for life and fun for all”. Whether you are a member of a golf club, a round player playing social golf, a ball hitter at a driving range, a mini golfer playing with family and friends, or even one of the 5.8 million Australians who have said that they want to play but are not yet participating, Golf Australia would like to hear from you.

As the governing body for Golf in Australia, our key responsibilities are to encourage participation across the sport whilst supporting the health of all places to play around the country. Working alongside key industry partners such as the PGA of Australia and the WPGA Tour, Golf Australia helps provide player pathways through the events at club and state level, through to the Australian Open. In addition, we support the high-performance program developing talent through to the professional stage.

About the Role:

The Local Government Coordinator will be integral to establishing and maintaining strong relationships with key local government stakeholders to maximise opportunities for golf, and assist the Places to Play team in achieving the outcomes of the Australian Golf Strategy 2022-2025.

This role will work across all Local Government Associations and will engage with Australian Golf Clubs, Facilities, and Places to Play to help drive participation and interest in golf, enhance the golfing experience, and help “tell golf’s story better”.

Your Experience:

To be considered for this position, you will have:

  • A qualification or be studying towards a business degree or similar
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to communicate across a wide range of stakeholders
  • Strong business acumen with experience in writing grants and other business-related documents
  • Well-developed administrative, organisational and time management skills
  • A demonstrated understanding of local government relations will be highly regarded

How to Apply:

Essential Requirements

  • Working with Children / Working with Vulnerable People Check

Desirable Criteria

Application Instruction

Please submit your resume & cover letter outlining your experience meeting the key criteria by Friday 30 September 2022.

All employment is subject to valid Australian working rights, Working with Children Check and COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate.

For further information or any questions about the role, please contact Lauren Waelend (Head of People & Culture)

About the Company

Company: Golf Australia

Company Location:  Australia

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