The Northern Pride are looking for qualified people to apply to join their club in the position of CEO.
The role of CEO at the club would require some who is able to encourage and promote participation and pathways for all players in rugby league in Far North Queensland, ensuring effective development of rugby league in the area and the long term sustainability of the club.
ABOUT THE ROLE:
- Lead the development and implementation of the Northern Pride’s vision, strategic plan, business plans, budgets and policies for endorsement by the Board
- Maintain a high level of awareness and knowledge of matters at local, state and national level to enable meaningful discussion around issues associated with rugby league
- Ensure the combined resources and capabilities of the Northern Pride are appropriately structured and organised to deliver the most effective and efficient service to members and supporters
- Ensure a secure, stable and adequate funding base to maintain the viability of the Northern Pride’s programs and activities
- Identify and build productive relationships within the rugby league community and the broader sport to strengthen the Club’s position
- Ensure that effective corporate governance procedures are in place and operating appropriately to ensure compliance with regulatory, legislative, contractual and Pathways program obligations
- Manage the financial and other reporting mechanisms of the Club
You will need demonstrated experience in the following:
- Strategy development and successful execution leading to improved business outcomes
- Experience in project management and budgetary management
- Highly developed written and verbal communication capability, including skill in networking and building effective relationships with stakeholders
- Experience in people & performance leadership with 10 years’ plus in a Senior Management role
- Experience working with a Board
Salary will depend on the skills and experience the successful applicant brings to the role.
Applications are open until noon Wednesday, October 10.