The Australian Taekwondo Board is seeking a commercially orientated and people focussed Chief Executive Officer to continue to develop and lead the strategic and operational activities of Australian Taekwondo (AT).
Australian Taekwondo is the National Sporting Organisation for Taekwondo in Australia. AT aims to create opportunity, foster participation and promote Taekwondo for everybody.
AT provides the strategic and operational framework to assist the Member States and Clubs in the provision of Taekwondo services, including high performance pathways, national and state level competitions, accreditation courses for coaches and officials, accreditation of black belts and a national insurance scheme.
About the role
As the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) you will provide overall leadership and guidance with members, clubs and stakeholders to continue to grow and progress the sport.
Working closely with the Board, you will have the opportunity to build and leverage the existing team of staff, whilst working with highly committed volunteer and stakeholder groups in refining and implementing the strategic vision for Taekwondo in Australia.
Your core duties will include but not be limited to:
To be considered for this role you will need to be a dynamic leader, with the ability to connect, inspire and work collaboratively with a wide range of key stakeholders and staff. You will be a strategic thinker with the ability to shape forward planning to ensure delivery of high quality and meaningful services and programs.
Ideally New South Wales or Victoria, however, open to remote.
If you have any questions after reading the Job Description, please contact acting CEO Ben Exton via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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