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FOOTBALL & HIGH PERFORMANCE GM
New Zealand Rugby League is searching for a new football and
high performance general manager to oversee strategies, initiatives
and programmes across the game.
The position, most recently held by former Kiwi Tony Iro, is
based at Rugby League House in Auckland. While its most
high-profile responsibility is managing the NZ Kiwis programme, the
full-time role will also oversee all other national teams and
Among the key duties are:
• Owning NZRL high performance plan and initiatives, reviewing
and developing appropriate pathways, programmes and structures to
position NZRL at the forefront of international elite
• Developing and maintaining talent development, player
management and support programmes across all elite areas of the
game, covering 16s, 18s, Junior Kiwis, Kiwi Ferns and Kiwis
• Managing and leading the NZRL Taurahere and national academy
• In conjunction with the community general manager, developing
and delivering the national football calendar to ensure NZRL game,
growth and reach objectives are delivered
• Delivering the football content within the annual NZRL
football calendar, and all NZRL-run tournaments and competitions,
particularly the national secondary schools and youth (15s and 17s)
tournaments, and the national premiership
• Convenor of selectors for the Kiwis team and manager of the
national selection panel.
• Providing leadership and management to the Kiwis Head Coach
and Kiwis management support team, and being the key interface
between the team and the NZRL executive
• Leading and driving the "Te Iwi Kiwi" heart/performance
standards and cultural values for all national representative
teams, particularly the Kiwis
• Representing NZRL high performance at RLIF, NRL, RFL, HP Sport
NZ, and any other relevant national and international forums
Salary package is structured to attract high-quality candidates,
who must be able to travel throughout New Zealand and
internationally on a regular basis.
Please send a one-page cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm, January
& High Performance GM Position Description
2015 AKARANA REP STAFF
Akarana Rugby League is calling for applications for 2015
representative team roles - coaches, managers & trainers for
premier men, women 17s & 15s.
Applicants must have or be willing gain the following
accreditation before the rep season - Senior Club Coach, NZRL Level
1 Manager & NZRL Level 1 Trainer.
All applications should be addressed to:
Akarana Rugby League
PO Box 12 712, Penrose
or email Evelyn Brooker at email@example.com.
Applications should include the applicant's full CV, along with
a covering letter.
Applications close Friday, February 27, 2015.
AKARANA ZONE DIRECTORS
NZ Rugby League's Akarana Zone is seeking applications for
independent directors for 2015/16.
Akarana is the regional organisation charged with leading,
developing, promoting and fostering rugby league in Auckland
Central, North Harbour and Waitakere.
The zone board comprises seven directors, of which three are
appointed as independent directors and four are elected directors.
The independent appointments panel is seeking applications for two
The Panel will assess candidates against a range of criteria
- Clear understanding of governance functions and principles
- Knowledge of and interest in the development of rugby
- Knowledge of how community-based programmes are run
- Occupational skills that add value to the board business
- A strong network across the business and/or league
If you would like to make a difference to rugby league in our
community and have the necessary attributes, please complete the
attached application here,
and send with a full CV and cover letter outlining your suitability
for the role to:
Auckland Zone Appointments Panel
PO Box 12712, Penrose
Applications close 5pm, Friday, February 20 2015.
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