The Office Manager (OM) is a newly developed role as we have grown our organization – we see this new role as pivotal to all that we do. You will be reliable – someone we can rely on to not just get the job done, but also improve the way things are done. Based at our hall in Pages Road, the OM will be adaptable covering a wide range of duties.  As well as being front facing customer service, the OM will have considerable input into the operations and reporting.  Basically, whatever is necessary to ensure the smooth running of our organization!

Inter-personal communication skills are crucial in this role. In terms of your colleagues, it’s essential that you can work as part of a small team and be able to lead and support them to achieve their outcomes. An appreciation for working with volunteers, part time, and work from home team members will be required.  In addition, our players come from all areas of Christchurch and beyond, so you will be involved with people from a variety of cultures, and all ages (from primary aged through to 80+). 

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Badminton Whanganui is responsible for the development of badminton in Whanganui.

We are seeking a self-motivated person with great organisational skills to take our badminton programmes and events to the next level.

You will look to develop opportunities for growth whilst maintaining positive communication with the Board and the membership base. You will facilitate and foster collaboration and teamwork with productive working relationships to achieve positive outcomes.

The Development Officer role is a fixed one year (2023) contract that will average 15 hours/week for that term.

Applications close on 24 October 2022.

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Applications will remain open until the position is filled.

CoachForce Coach and Development Manager

Fixed Term role to December 2024

Bay of Plenty Badminton is seeking an enthusiastic and passionate person to fill the role of CoachForce Coach & Development Manager (CDM). You will have a key strategic role within the association, and you will be a focal point in the badminton community.

The CDM will be responsible for the effective planning, implementation and delivery of both the coach development and player development programmes within the Bay of Plenty region. The CDM will effectively be the face of Bay of Plenty Badminton, working alongside key stakeholders, clubs, schools, coaches, and players to grow and sustain all that is involved and to improve the capacity and capability to deliver.

The role is full-time, but hours will vary during the year with the requirement to work evenings and weekends through the winter season. This is a fixed term role through to December 2024, with a renewable option.

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Chief Executive Officer

Waikato Badminton Association (WBA) is seeking someone with broad sport sector knowledge and perspective, with experience in leading, developing and managing people, programs and events. This is a hands-on role with a small but capable team who are focused on delivering great outcomes and leading enriching badminton experiences for all ages, all abilities, all times, in Waikato.

Key skill sets include having strong communication to inspire and implement strategies whilst ensuring 'buy in' from a diverse range of stakeholders which include clubs, community groups, schools, individual players, coaches, technical officials, and other volunteers. Relationship management and interpersonal skills that generate mutual respect and trust by sharing relevant information, identifying and dealing with issues effectively are also important as we continue a strong partnership with grant funders, Badminton New Zealand, Sport Waikato and others in the sport sector.

Waikato Badminton Association values our people and rewards them with a supportive work environment. Interviews for this role will begin from Friday 29 April for shortlisted applicants.