Glenfield Rovers, a long-established football club based on the North Shore of Auckland is seeking persons to fill numerous part-time positions.
The club has great facilities and a large membership and is seeking to improve across all areas of operation in line with its strategic plan.
You’ll be reporting to a designated member from the club’s board of control.
We are looking for people who would like a part-time position, who will bring energy and commitment to their roles.
We are a sports club, so persons who are involved in sports would be ideal.
We also think it’s important that the persons are self-starters with a good sense of humour and an ability to get on with all types of people.
Club Secretary Role
We’re looking for someone to fill the role of Club Secretary.
This position is a combination of a traditional Club Secretary role and an Office Administrator role which looks after all the club’s administrative and accounts tasks.
This is an office job with set office hours during week days.
You will become the main co-ordinating link between club members, club management and outside agencies.
A detailed job description has been prepared and this will be reviewed with shortlisted candidates.
The expected time commitment for this role is 20 hours per week.
This is a self-managed independent contractor role.
We expect it will take a little time to settle into the position and we will help you with that initially.
Sales and Funding Role
We’re looking for someone with a sales or marketing background who can generate revenue for the club by selling signage and sponsorship.
We’d also like this person to manage our grants funding program which involves meeting with grants funders and making applications for grants.
The position has flexible working hours and reimbursement is based on a fixed retainer and the balance on performance.
The club has a long history of generating revenue by these means and is now looking to take this to a higher level.
We’d expect the successful applicant to draw up and implement a marketing plan in line with agreed desired outcomes.
The position will be a self-driven independent contractor role.
You will be provided with a reasonable base from which to launch yourself.
We expect that you could successfully earn a minimum of $10,000pa from the base you will be provided with.
We’re looking for someone to drive our junior and midget coaching programs.
The club has approximately 600 midgets, juniors and youth grade players you’d be overseeing.
The role involves providing best practice football programs that improve linkages between clubs and schools.
You will be working with parents and other volunteers.
You will need to have experience and/or coaching qualifications for the role and will be reporting to the club’s football development manager.
The expected time commitment for this role is 15 hours per week throughout the football season.
There are also opportunities to develop school holiday programs and to manage our summer football league as part of this role.
Respond to this advertisement with your email address, telling us which role you’re interested in and we’ll send you more details about the position.
To REGISTER your interest, email your application (including your C.V.) click HERE.
Applicants should have NZ residency, or a valid NZ work visa and be available for an interview in late January 2018.