Opportunity to join and lead the peak body dedicated to promoting, protecting and preserving shooting sports in NSW.
The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW branch) supports 137 branches and affiliate clubs and is the peak body dedicated to
promoting, protecting and preserving the shooting sports in New South Wales. An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the organisation as
Chief Executive Officer.
The position of Chief Executive Officer is responsible for all operations of the Association and associated companies, within established policies and in accordance with the authorities delegated by the Board.
The principal functions of the position include the development and articulation of the Association's strategic direction, implementation of business plans and overseeing the management of the Association's operations and its staff. The role will also involve provision of management services to associated companies which incorporates strategy development and implementation, oversight of business operations, regulatory and legislative obligations, governance and staff management.
Strategy development and implementation:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. To apply, please call John Meehan on 02
8289 3138 for
a confidential discussion.
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