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Day Activity Coordinator

Advertiser: Mallala Motorsport ParkMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
29 Jun 2020
Location
Adelaide Hills & Barossa
Work Type
Casual/Vacation
Classification
Sport & Recreation, Other

Day Activity Coordinator

What are we looking for?

We currently have an opportunity for a Day Activity Coordinator at Mallala Motorsport Park (MMSP).  The Day Activity Coordinator will work alongside the Track Manager and be responsible for helping facilitate and coordinate Motorsport.  

This is a casual role 3-4 days per week (including weekends) to start with, with the opportunity to progress to a permanent contract.

 

Who are we?

Born in 1961 with the purpose of hosting the Australian Grand Prix, Mallala Motorsport Park is the historical home of motorsport in South Australia. Mallala hosted national events for many decades including the Australian Touring Car Championship, Australian Sports Car Championship, Shannon’s Nationals, and Formula 2 racing. The 2.6km circuit is now utilised for driver training and experiences, car and motorcycle practice and racing, drifting, and the annual All Historic Mallala race meeting. The Bend Motorsport Park, established in Tailem Bend in 2018, is the sister circuit to Mallala and combined offers South Australians and visitors to the state a huge range of motorsport activities and events.

 

Your responsibilities will include

  • Assisting the Track Manager
  • Facility preparation for motorsport activity
  • Managing and coordinating day to day track activities
  • Attending to, and managing the sign-on process
  • Clerk of course duties
  • Race control
  • Event documentation
  • Assisting with the administrative requirements of MMSP
  • Assisting with the management the MMSP activity calendar
  • Cash handling and reconciliations
  • Ensure that MMSP events comply with sanctioning body/insurer requirements
  • Conduct basic vehicle scrutiny as required
  • Conduct fire & recovery duties as required
  • Manage and roster first aiders, recovery staff and volunteers
  • Grounds work
  • Manage grounds and ground staff including rosters

 

To be successful in this role, the following are desirable:

  • Experience in motorsport events or other sporting events
  • Experience in grounds works
  • Capability of managing a small team including rosters
  • An effective team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • The ability to work unsupervised and maintain exceptional standards across the MMSP
  • The ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Organisation and system development
  • Proficient with MS Word, Excel and other office applications

Other Requirements:

  • First aid certificate (mandatory), Advanced &/or Cert IV highly desirable
  • Police clearance and a DCSI working with children (current or willing to obtain)
  • Motorsport Australia (formally CAMS) Event Command - Bronze

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted


What are we looking for?

We currently have an opportunity for a Day Activity Coordinator at Mallala Motorsport Park (MMSP).  The Day Activity Coordinator will work alongside the Track Manager and be responsible for helping facilitate and coordinate Motorsport.  

This is a casual role 3-4 days per week (including weekends) to start with, with the opportunity to progress to a permanent contract.

 

Who are we?

Born in 1961 with the purpose of hosting the Australian Grand Prix, Mallala Motorsport Park is the historical home of motorsport in South Australia. Mallala hosted national events for many decades including the Australian Touring Car Championship, Australian Sports Car Championship, Shannon’s Nationals, and Formula 2 racing. The 2.6km circuit is now utilised for driver training and experiences, car and motorcycle practice and racing, drifting, and the annual All Historic Mallala race meeting. The Bend Motorsport Park, established in Tailem Bend in 2018, is the sister circuit to Mallala and combined offers South Australians and visitors to the state a huge range of motorsport activities and events.

 

Your responsibilities will include

  • Assisting the Track Manager
  • Facility preparation for motorsport activity
  • Managing and coordinating day to day track activities
  • Attending to, and managing the sign-on process
  • Clerk of course duties
  • Race control
  • Event documentation
  • Assisting with the administrative requirements of MMSP
  • Assisting with the management the MMSP activity calendar
  • Cash handling and reconciliations
  • Ensure that MMSP events comply with sanctioning body/insurer requirements
  • Conduct basic vehicle scrutiny as required
  • Conduct fire & recovery duties as required
  • Manage and roster first aiders, recovery staff and volunteers
  • Grounds work
  • Manage grounds and ground staff including rosters

 

To be successful in this role, the following are desirable:

  • Experience in motorsport events or other sporting events
  • Experience in grounds works
  • Capability of managing a small team including rosters
  • An effective team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • The ability to work unsupervised and maintain exceptional standards across the MMSP
  • The ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Organisation and system development
  • Proficient with MS Word, Excel and other office applications

Other Requirements:

  • First aid certificate (mandatory), Advanced &/or Cert IV highly desirable
  • Police clearance and a DCSI working with children (current or willing to obtain)
  • Motorsport Australia (formally CAMS) Event Command - Bronze

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

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