- Leadership opportunity
- Education and mentorship role
- Build a high performing team
Mornington Basketball is looking to appoint a suitably qualified person to undertake the role of Referee Advisor.
The Referee Advisor will display high quality leadership skills and has the ability to educate and develop our large team of officials. In this role you will be responsible for the education program, management and administration of all technical officiating at Mornington Basketball. You will deliver training and promote an aspirational pathway for our referees. As the head of officials, you will develop a culture amongst referees that is harmonious, collaborative and enjoyable.
You will have demonstrated experience as a Referee Advisor or Referee Supervisor and have sound up to date knowledge of the rules of the game of basketball. You will be well known for being highly organised reliable, approachable, resilient and have the ability to work under pressure. Your communication skills are second to none with a real ability to clearly articulate matters with members, staff and other officials.
The successful candidate will have strong computer skills and can competently use databases, email and electronic rostering systems. In this role you will report directly to the General Manager and also work closely with our Committee of Management.
To view a copy of the position description please follow this link: Position Description Referee Advisor May 2018
Applications addressing the key selection criteria with two current reference details are to be sent to Samantha Browne, General Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 8th June 2018.
Candidates will be required to complete the following:
- Member Protection Declaration
- Working With Children Check
- Police Check
This position will be offered as on a contract basis and suitable applicants will need or have the ability to apply for an ABN.
For a confidential discussion regarding the role please contact Samantha Browne, MDBA General Manager on 0427 305 536.