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Position Vacant: Administration Manager
Date of Event : Tue Jul 3, 2018 8:54PM

We are seeking the services of an enthusiastic person to fill the role of Administration Manager.


  • Orrong Road, Armadale location
  • Part time opportunity

Position Overview

This role is the glue that ensures communication between our stakeholders, members, supporters, players and committee are strong and timely. They oganise a team of paid employees and volunteers to make sure games are played in terms of the rules of the competition and the players, members and supporters have the support they need on a weekly basis. It is a 12-month a year role with strong similarities to the role of a Secretary of a sporting club.


About you

You will be ideally someone who comes with an understanding of the game of cricket and may have even played or administered the game previously. However, prior experience is not a critical element. It could be an ideal role for someone:

  • studying sports administration and this role will be the practical to the theory and provide a glimpse into all aspects of running a Premier sporting club or;
  • wanting a part time job as part of other work and family commitments
  • recently retired and wanting to keep busy supporting the community

Key Functions

Players:

  • manage MyCricket software as per Cricket Victoria rules and by-laws including player transfers, clearances, playing lists, weekly team inputs.
  • communicate with players regarding payment of player subs.

Club Communications:

  • manage all incoming and outgoing correspondence (email, mail from Post Office etc.)
  • ensure all new players receive a new player information pack
  • communication as required with co-tenants
  • liaison with Sport Recreation Officer at City of Stonnington

Administration:

  • provide administration support as required for Committee members
  • provide administration support to Player Development Programs
  • renew all club permits and licenses
  • apply for and manage grants/special event licenses as required
  • ensure accreditations of community programs are maintained
  • update insurance as required

Meetings:

  • organise, attend and provide minutes for monthly Committee meetings

Report:

  • co-ordinate and produce report for the AGM

Manage:

  • Administration Assistant
  • Cleaners

About you

  • PC Literacy – This is very important as much of the role is about using software to communicate with all parties that are involved in a community club.
  • People Skills – There is a lot of meeting and talking with people, so we would love someone who enjoys meeting others and sharing information about the club
  • Availability – Much of the role is completed on a Monday to Friday part time, but there will be times when a visit on the weekend is required.
  • Professionalism - Conveying an image that is consistent with the club’s values; demonstrating the qualities, traits, and demeanour (including intelligence, competence, or special talents) that such an administration role requires.

About the Prahran Cricket Club

Founded in 1879, we are one of Melbourne’s oldest cricket clubs. Based at Toorak Park, 580 Orrong Road in Armadale, we have a long and proud history in the local community and work closely with the team at the City of Stonnington. We field four Men’s teams and 3 Women’s Teams that participate in Victoria’s Premier Cricket Competition. Invariably the men play on a Saturday and the Women on Sunday, but this varies from time to time. Our second ground is located at Righetti Oval in Kooyong.

Toorak Park is about to undertake a significant redevelopment over the next few years and it will be an exciting time to see the facilities transformed to an elite level.


Next Steps

Applications should be made at seek.com.au by following the directions or for enquiries or direct applications to prahranccjobs@gmail.com .

 

Only applicants with the rights to live and work within Australia should apply.

Prahran Cricket Club is an equal opportunity employer.


Last updated: Saturday July 14, 2018 4:55PM
Author: Nigel Hutton

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