Job Alert – Project Coordinator

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We’re looking for a self-motivated, proactive and organised individual to join our team as a Project Coordinator! In this role the successful candidate will support the Bowls NSW CEO with the major Governance reform being undertaken as part of Zone & District Unification.

If you’d like to contribute to significant Governance developments within the sport, read the position description below and submit an application. This role will be an immediate start, so get your application in today!

Position Description – Project Coordinator

Reports to: CEO

Direct Reports: Nil

Salary: $70,000 p.a. pro-rated for the term. Negotiable based off experience.

Term: Contract role. 6-month fixed term.

Position purpose: To support the Bowls NSW CEO with a major Governance reform project aimed at transforming the dated sports Governance model that exists across the Bowls NSW Sports landscape at present. More information on this project can be found here:

Main Tasks – Project Coordination: Governance Reform Project
1. Support the CEO with the preparation of documents and presentations in line with best practice sports governance.
2. Provide administrative support to the CEO in relation to Zone and District unification and other matters where requested.
3. Respond to enquiries in relation to all aspects of the Zone & District unification process inclusive of correspondence with Zone, District and future Region representatives.
4. Attend meetings in relation to Zone & District unification and take minutes and actions, plus follow up on actions arising from these meetings.
5. Meeting and travel coordination in relation to this project.
6. Other tasks as directed by the CEO.

About You
This is a large project with many moving parts, and we are seeking a motivated and proactive individual to get involved to support this large piece of Governance reform. Prior experience with Sports Governance would be ideal and an understanding of federated sports models, along with an understanding of the roles that clubs play within the community would be welcomed.

To apply for the role, please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter of one page to