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CA Board Recruitment

CA Board Recruitment

19 May 2014 , by PMeade

Cycling Australia (CA) is the national administrative body responsible for the sport of cycling in Australia as recognised by the Australian Government, the International Cycling Union (UCI), the Australian Olympic Committee, the Australian Commonwealth Games Association and the Australian Paralympic Committee.

Recent governance reform within the organisation has created a rare opportunity for CA to recruit a new skills-based board. A high calibre Nominations and Remuneration Committee has been established and tasked with the responsibility of managing this process on behalf of the current caretaker board.

The successful candidates will be appointed to lead the culture and purpose of Cycling within Australia and will need to dedicate time to commit to the job, particularly initially in driving the turnaround of the organisation.

They will need to demonstrate an understanding of, and experience in sport and knowledge and practice in good corporate governance. Demonstrated business skills, commercial acumen and strategic nous is also required.

It is anticipated the new board will be comprised of 5 or 6 Directors, possessing the relevant skills, backgrounds and experiences to lead CA through a period of significant business turnaround.

These are unpaid, but expensed positions.

For selection documentation click here

 

If you are interested in applying for these roles please submit your application by COB Friday, 13 June 2014

You will need to submit an Application Letter and CV via email cyclingnominations@ausport.gov.au

 

If you have any enquiries after reading the job description please contact the Secretariat, Michael Johnston on (02) 6214 1380.

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