Director, Western Cluster - Office of Sport

Western NSW, Australia
$208,488 to $230,979 pa incl super (AUD)
11 Sep 2018
23 Sep 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
  • Executive leadership position
  • Drive regional sport and active recreation plans
  • Central West and Orana, New England and North West, and Far West NSW
  • Work and travel throughout the district

The Office of Sport works with key sector partners to promote and deliver a vibrant and valued sport and active recreation sector that enhances the lives of the people of NSW.

The Office is responsible for planning, managing and delivering high quality venues, facilities, sport and active recreation development programs, high-performance sport, sports integrity and safety. It is also the driver for NSW sport policy and strategy, the formation and dissemination of insights and information, and the promotion of partnerships.

The Director, Western Cluster drives the development and delivery of regional sport and active recreation plans for the three NSW western regions of Central West and Orana, New England and North West, and Far West NSW. The role also supports and contributes to the government’s priorities and the Office of Sport’s Strategic Plan.

To be considered for this role you will have demonstrated e xpertise in large scale program development and delivery in the context of competing needs. You will be a dynamic leader with the proven ability to manage a multi-disciplinary team in the achievement of business and community goals.

This is a unique opportunity to enhance the lives of the people of Western NSW through active sport and recreation.

The Director may live in any city or town within the Central West and Orana, New England and North West, or Far West NSW regions which enables travel around the three regions and to Sydney by air or road within 3 hours. The Director will initially be based from a home office, then will operate out of one of the regional offices within their cluster. Directors will be required to attend meetings and / or work from the Office of Sport Head Office at Sydney Olympic Park for approximately three days per month, and will be required to travel regularly and spend time with staff and stakeholders in all the region.

Candidates must be legally entitled to work in Australia without visa or immigration sponsorship.