Community Engagement Manager

Expiring today

Location
Melbourne, Australia
Salary
Competitive
Posted
18 Jun 2018
Closes
15 Jul 2018
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

About the role

The Community Engagement Manager will be responsible for working with stakeholders across Australian Cricket to implement world-class ICC World T20 2020 related community engagement programs, with the aim of making a positive contribution to cricket communities across Australia before, during and after the tournament and to ensure that schools, clubs and multicultural communities are encouraged to attend matches.

This is a unique opportunity to build and execute the community engagement strategy from the ground up, and leave a lasting positive impact on the Australian Cricket community.

About you

  • You have proven experience working in community engagement within a sport or major event context
  • You are a born communicator with strong relationship building skills. You enjoy engaging with a wide variety of stakeholders and are easily able to adapt your style when necessary
  • You are a mature professional who can appreciate, understand and adapt to different cultural, ethnic and religious requirements
  • You are a leader who has the ability to engage and motivate a collaborative and high performing team

To be successful in this role, you must be someone who enjoys working in a high energy, innovative and fast paced setting, and is not afraid of hard work. Your extensive experience to date will have equipped you with the ability to create and deliver innovative solutions ideally gained within the major events or sporting landscape. 

Come and join us in delivering one of the biggest sporting events in the world!

About us

The ICC World T20 2020 is cricket’s ultimate prize in the fastest growing and most accessible format of the game. T20 is the vehicle to attract new, more diverse and younger audiences to the game.

In 2020, Australia has a unique opportunity to host this major global event. The eyes of the world will be on Australia as the 10 best women’s teams and 16 best men’s teams, compete to be crowned world champions.  This will be the first time that the ICC World T20 has been held in Australia and follows the highly successful ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, staged across Australia and New Zealand, which delivered record-breaking attendances, visitation and global television audiences

Please see the full job description attached and apply below.