AFL Football Administration Executive - Melbourne Football Club - Closing 20 Jun 2021
Melbourne, Casey Fields ▸ Victoria ▸ Australia
ABOUT THE CLUB
The Melbourne Football Club is the founding Club of the AFL. Our journey started 162 years ago when we wrote the rules of the game and then became the inaugural VFA/VFL/AFL Club and still carries the distinction of being the oldest professional sporting club in the world. Our vision of the future has been shaped by the foundations of our past. A foundation which created the Demon Spirit.
ABOUT THE ROLE
A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen for an administrative superstar to join our Football Department. The AFL Football Administration Executive will be responsible for managing the day-to-day administrative and player/staff compliance requirements of our Club’s AFL Football Program. This role extends to providing executive assistance to the Senior Coach, General Manager - Football Operations, and General Manager - AFL Football Performance.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Reporting directly to the Football Operations Manager, the key areas of responsibilities include:
General administrative duties including daily mail and deliveries, reception as required, database management, general communication with staff, invoice preparation and coding, staff and player reimbursements, payroll deductions.
Manage AFL player/coach appearances.
Coordination of all flight/accommodation/meal requirements for interstate trips.
Organise ad-hoc travel requests for football department staff.
Coordination of season and weekly ticketing requirements & accreditation for players and staff.
Liaise with Casey Council regarding access swipe cards and maintenance coordination.
Point of contact for AFL Drug Testing.
Assist AFL Recruiting Department with weekly scout tickets.
Assist AFL Player Development Manager in communicating with parents/partners.
Providing executive assistance to the Senior Coach, General Manager of Football Operations, and General Manager of AFL Football Performance as required.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
You are a natural team player with a strong work ethic. With your optimistic and can-do attitude, you will thrive in building positive and collaborative relationships, including the ability to build rapport and trust with senior Football executives and other internal and external stakeholders.
You are committed to achieving excellence working as part of a high-performing team; you like to take initiative, with a passion for compliance and continuous improvement. You have excellent attention to detail and strong organisational skills, coupled with outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
Experience within professional sport, and specifically the AFL Industry is preferred, but not essential.
ON OFFER TO YOU
This position presents the opportunity to work between the home of sport within the Melbourne and Olympic Park Sporting precinct, as well as our new newly developed high-performance facility at Casey Fields.
We provide a welcoming, safe, and flexible approach to work and provide an environment that benefits from and enables the best from everyone. Our people will thrive within a club that is committed to creating an environment where we feel proud to belong, supported by a culture of wellbeing and balance.
HOW TO APPLY
If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, please submit a cover letter and CV outlining your suitability for the role.
It is essential you are available to work on match days and other events which may be outside of normal business hours.
Applications close Sunday 20 June 2021.
The Melbourne Football Club is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and diverse candidates.
Please note that due to the overwhelming number of applications received by the Club, we are unable to reply to every application. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
Our Commitment to Safeguarding Children & Young People
Melbourne Football Club aims to provide children and young people with a positive and enriching environment that promotes their social, physical, or emotional development and love for the Club. We are committed to safeguarding children and young people in our care and ensuring that they feel safe and are safe. We expect representatives of the Club, regardless of their role or level of responsibility to support such an environment.
This role will be subject to relevant pre-employment checks, including a National Police Check and a Victorian Working with Children Check.