ADSA

Casual Education Presenter

Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority

  • Various Australia
  • Casual
  • From $43.95 ph
Closing 28 Oct 2018
Applications 0

Description

Role Title: Casual Education Presenter

Division: Legal, Education and Corporate

Branch: Education and Innovation

Location: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin

Job Type / Role Status: Casual

Classification / Salary: APS 3 – Casual $43.95 per hour (includes casual loading)

As the national body responsible for implementing the World Anti-Doping Code in Australia, ASADA works with athletes and support personnel around the country to implement a comprehensive education program aimed at preventing doping, in order to protect the health of athletes and the integrity of Australian sport.

As we expand our education program, we are looking for presenters across Australia to deliver engaging and interactive face-to-face education sessions to athletes, coaches, managers and other support personnel at all levels of sport – from grassroots to the elite.

These sessions will incorporate innovative technologies including virtual reality, mobile apps, online browsing and augmented reality, so applicants should be very comfortable using technology and learning new presentation techniques.

Casual Education Presenters may also be responsible for manning ASADA Outreach activities at key sporting events, educating participants and the general public on ASADA’s role and on a wide range of anti-doping issues.

Who we want

ASADA is looking to employ presenters who are confident presenting to small and large groups, and are comfortable using technology. Successful applicants will be strong communicators who are friendly, outgoing and can engage and connect with athletes from a wide range of backgrounds.

Applicants who have worked or competed in high performance sport are highly encouraged to apply.

Notes

As these are casual positions, the hours will be flexible and dependent on the needs of sports. This can include weekdays, weekends, and evening work. Applicants should specify their availability in their application.

Conflict of interest

The public is entitled to have confidence in the integrity of their public officials, and to know that an Australian Public Service (APS) employee's personal interests do not conflict with his or her public duties. Applicants will be required to make disclosures of any roles, associations and relationships that would create a real or perceived conflict of interest with ASADA’s role as an anti-doping regulator.

Selection criteria

  1. Demonstrated experience and confidence in presenting effectively to small and large groups, using interactive and engaging techniques.
  2. An understanding of what Australian athletes are required to do to comply with the World Anti-Doping Code, and the ability to empathise with the challenges of being an athlete.
  3. Demonstrated ability to use multimedia technologies and enthusiasm to learn new technologies quickly.
  4. Highly developed oral communication skills, including the ability to quickly establish rapport with a wide range of stakeholders.
  5. Demonstrated personal qualities of integrity, initiative, professionalism and adaptability, and a friendly personality.

Eligibility

Please note, under section 22(8) of the Public Service Act 1999, employees must be Australian citizens to be employed in the APS.

If successful, you will be required to obtain and maintain an appropriate clearance as required by State or Territory legislation in order to work with minors and vulnerable people. The successful applicant may also be required to undergo a medical assessment.

As these are casual positions, the hours will be intermittent, flexible and dependent on the needs of sports. This can include weekdays, weekends, and evening work. Applicants should specify their availability in their application.

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How to apply

The selection criteria reflect the knowledge, experience, core skills and personal qualities required for this position. Assessment of applicants during the selection process is based on these criteria.

Applicants are required to provide a short summary (no more than 750 words) outlining your skills, knowledge, experience and achievements and why you should be considered for this vacancy. You do not need to provide a separate response to each of the criteria in your written application.

You should take into consideration the Job Overview (including any detailed position specific requirements) when drafting your response. Where possible include specific relevant examples of your work. When you include examples, you should:

  • set the context by describing the circumstance where you used the skills or qualities and gained the experiences,
  • detail what your role was,
  • describe what you did and how you did it. and
  • describe what you achieved - what was the end result and how does it relate to the job you are applying for? 
  • Applicants are also required to submit a 1-2 minute video introducing themselves, explaining why they are interested in the role, and describing their favourite sport and what they love about it.  The video can be filmed on any recording device (including smartphones), and uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo. A privately listed video is acceptable, and alternate upload options will also be considered if required. The video does not need to demonstrate your technical skills in videography and video editing – the purpose is to demonstrate your presentation and speaking style.

Your final application should include:

  • A pitch (no more than 750 words) that outlines your suitability against the selection criteria, and availability (i.e. weekends, mid-week, evenings etc.),
  • To submit your application go: https://asada-1.workable.com/

Chris Hume


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