Competitions Coordinator Position

Are you a dynamic, motivated and organised go-getter with a proven track record in delivering large member-based sporting events in a challenging environment?

Become a part of one of Australia’s largest social sporting organisations. Work in an engaging, flexible, and progressive workplace that is committed to giving you the opportunities you deserve.

The position of Competition Coordinator is a key role within the New South Wales Touch Football Association.

Reporting to the Business Operations Manager, the role is responsible for the growth and professional delivery of New South Wales Touch Associations competitions and events. It will be responsible for the development and implementation of the competition strategy.

The position will be integral within the Event Team to grow our events and in turn the sport. The role is key for delivering pathway opportunities for players, coaches, and referees throughout the state and in leading the smooth delivery and best practice for the Associations and all Stakeholders who participate in NSWTA events.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated the ability to work in a high-pressure environment managing multiply projects with adherence to deadlines.

Applications addressing the criteria and outlining relevant experience for this exciting opportunity are invited by forwarding your cover letter and resume (no more than 3 pages) to Business Operations Manager, Kylie Hearne via by 5pm Wednesday 1st July 2020.


We appreciate the time you have taken to submit an application. However, due to short timeframes, we will only be able to contact those applicants shortlisted for interview.

Note: This is a fulltime position. However, due to the impact of COVID-19 all roles within the organisation are working reduced hours. Currently, this role is working 4 days per week with a 20% reduction in salary. It is envisaged this will be in place until September but is regularly reviewed by the Board.

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