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The Junior Development Officer will lead and promote the delivery of the ANZ futureFERNS junior netball programme across the Greater Auckland Region. This geographical space includes from Wellsford in the North, to Waiuku in the South. The primary aims of junior netball is to encourage a love of netball in young children, increase their fundamental movement skills and build physical literacy; and to grow and participation numbers for players, coaches, officials and administrators that support junior Netball (Year 1-8 players).
Netball New Zealand, Netball’s national sporting organisation, has the responsibility for leading the development of the sport throughout New Zealand. Netball has a proud tradition of widespread participation and sporting excellence from grass roots Netball through to the Silver Ferns. Through its role of developing and managing national programmes for participation, coaches, umpires and officials, Netball New Zealand aims for Netball to continue to be the sport of first choice for NewZealanders.
Netball New Zealand works hard to support Netball’s five Zones and 83 Netball Centres who deliver the game to its 140,000 registered members and 300,000 plus people who participate in the game annually, in New Zealand.
With a high profile, strong viewership and love for the game in New Zealand, Netball New Zealand’s events and competitions provide the opportunities for kiwi’s to connect with the game.
The Head of Finance and Strategy has the key responsibility for maintaining the strategic overview and support execution of NNZ’s long term and short term strategies. Reporting directly to the CEO, the role focuses on leading the functions of Finance, IT, HR, Legal and Operational policy, ensuring optimal support is provided to the organisation, the required services are provided to the Zones, and Oceania Netball Federation, and that all statutory and compliance obligations are met. Based at NNZ’s Parnell Head Office, this is a very important role and sits on the Senior Management Team.
To secure this position, you’ll need to be a Qualified CA/CPA and have significant experience and best practice accounting skills coupled with exemplary commercial and leadership skills. Strong relationship management skills as well as the ability to work with a diverse range of stakeholders is essential as is detailed knowledge and application of business policies, processes, practices, trends and information. Managing and motivating people sits at the core of this role. Leading by example will sit naturally with you. Your Referees will describe you as the “must have” employee, the person who “makes a difference” not only because of what you do but by how you conduct yourself and deliver every single day.
Have you got the skills and experience we need? Keen to be part of the future of New Zealand Netball? If so, send your detailed C.V to Clare Turner in complete confidence immediately: email email@example.com or Tel. 09 623 5521 (ddi).