The Executive Officer is employed by PA to work closely with the PT Board and the PA Executive Management Team to effectively develop operational plans, aligned to the Strategic Plan for Padding in Australia (SPPA), to effectively raise the profile of paddle across Tasmania. The role is responsible for the management of PT and for providing services and support to all members, affiliated clubs and the staff, contractors, committees and volunteers of PT.
Under the United Paddling Management Workforce model, this role reports to the CEO of PA however it will be the Chair and Board of PT who will provide regular oversight and guidance around workflow and the delivery of local based activities, as agreed in conjunction with PA and aligned to the Strategic Plan for Paddling in Australia.
The position is located in Tasmania and is offered on a work from home basis - PT does not have an office presence. Some intrastate and interstate travel will be required including occasional weekend or after-hours representation or site visits.
KEY STAKEHOLDER RELATIONSHIPS
This position is the first point of contact for PT and will work closely with the following:
Chair and Board of PT
Committees of PT
Commodores and Executive of Tasmanian Paddling Clubs
Instructors, Guides and Assessors
Communities, Sport and Recreation Tasmania
Manage all areas of PT. This includes reporting to the PA CEO & PT Chair and Board on all relevant issues and associated matters, overseeing the day-to-day operations including financial and administrative areas. Liaising with state & local government authorities, PA and other key authorities as required.
Develop and deliver against the PT operational plan, consistent with the SPPA
Provide support to the PT Board, including preparation of board papers and other key documentation and information as required.
Management of financial performance of PT, including preparation of and performance against budgets and the management and acquittal of Grant Funds
Identification of potential Grant funding and other income generating opportunities and preparation of Grant applications
Provide management and support to all PT staff, contractors and volunteers and assist in their professional development where appropriate.
Represent PT, and where appropriate PA, to state and local government, paddlers and paddling clubs, media, local authorities and key community stakeholders.
Manage the delivery of the PA Qualifications Scheme (PAQS) in Tasmania
Develop innovative non-PAQS initiatives through paddling clubs, schools and community organisations so as to attract new participants to paddling
Support Affiliate clubs to improve governance and establish best practice administration and communication practices.
Monitor PT communications, emails, phone, social media and address or refer matters as required
Provide support to and facilitate coordination of specialist technical committees for paddle sport disciplines in respect of events, memberships and activities.
Support a State-wide calendar of events across Clubs and PAQS
Identify and develop opportunities to market and promote PT, PA and club activities, services and initiatives through a variety of social media platforms, the PT website and local media and partners.
Support new initiatives, programs and technology solutions by creating an environment which embraces positive change, stimulates ideas and drives member engagement outcomes.
Implement, participate in and promote PA national program initiatives, protocols, values, policies, processes and procedures.
Attend key events and meetings related to paddle sports.
Adopt continuous learning and improvement processes in all aspects of the position.
Undertake other reasonable tasks as delegated by CEO PA and the Board of PT.
This is a fixed term position through until 30 June 2024. Extension may be possible subject to funding.