About the role
The Community Impact Specialist is at the heart of driving the Thunder’s purpose to be a loved Club that unites and inspires the Thunder Nation.
With engagement stretching across Western Sydney, ACT, regional NSW and overseas, Sydney Thunder exists to give back to the community both locally and abroad with programs such as the HomeWorld Thunder Nation Cup, Literacy and Leadership Programs, OzHarvest Meal Drive and the Barnados Gift For Kids.
- Minimum of 4 years experience in community engagement, charitable or not for profit environment
- Experience working with different cultural communities and varied stakeholders
- Highly organised and efficient
- Ability to work extended hours in season
- Ability to perform manual tasks
- Strong communicator
- Structured thinker
- Highly motivated with a willingness to learn and develop
What’s in it for you?
Build your skills in a high-growth professional environment. Work in a dynamic, flexible and progressive workplace that is committed to giving you the opportunities you deserve. Enjoy the fun of professional sport and the rewards of contributing to your community. Take advantage of the employee benefits on offer, including learning and development opportunities, flexible work practices, salary packaging and the odd ticket to the cricket.
The Sydney Thunder purpose is to be a loved club that inspires and unites our Thunder Nation. We represent a young, confident and rising Sydney community as well as the western and southern regions of NSW/ACT. We are reflective of our passionate supporter base and share their desire to make a significant and tangible contribution to our community, value inclusiveness and epitomise substance over style.
Keen to join our team?
Please click ‘apply’ to submit your CV and a cover letter. Visit www.cricketnsw.com.au/about/work-at-cricket-nsw for more information or a copy of the full position description.
At Cricket NSW, we hire on merit and embrace diversity of characteristics, perspectives, skills and backgrounds. We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for everyone, including children, so that people feel respected and connected, and can contribute and develop. We measure ourselves on our behaviours – “How We Play”; our people value being real, smashing the boundaries, making every ball count and being stronger together.
Australian Cricket’s Commitment Statement to Safeguarding Children and Young People can be found at cricketaustralia.com.au/safeguarding.
We require all applicants to undergo background checks and screening prior to or during any appointments.
Closing Date – Midnight Friday 25th October 2019
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Please quote in application: Community Impact Specialist - Sydney Thunder via Pro Bono Australia.