FLN Business Bootcamp – Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 August.
Get Board Ready!
The Life Saving Victoria (LSV) Female Leadership Network (FLN), supported by the Australian Sports Commission through the Women Leaders in Sports program is pleased to offer females 18 years+, a unique opportunity to attend the Business Boot Camp (Board Ready) program.
The Business Boot Camp program is aimed at current and emerging female leaders within Lifesaving, who are looking to take the next step in their Leadership journey. This program would ideally suit those members with aspirations to step into club and/or state Director or Executive member positions, with some current committee or officer experience.
Clubs are strongly encouraged to nominate a minimum two applicants to apply for the Business Boot Camp.
Dates:Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 August 2016
Location: Life Saving Victoria
Time: 9:00am for a 9:30am start Sat & Sun (TBC)
Participants: Current females leaders, 18 years +
Meals: Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided, with the option of a social dinner on the Saturday evening
Accommodation: LSV is currently working with local providers for discounted member pricing, limited bunkroom availability also available at no charge. Please indicate on application form if either of these options are of interest
BUSINESS BOOTCAMP PROGRAM OUTLINE
The Business Boot Camp program comprises of a 2-day intensive weekend program, with inspiring sessions and insight from leaders within sport, business and the community.
The sessions will include structured skills development sessions, keynote speakers and workshops, accompanied by an ongoing mentor/networking program.
The Program will cover:
Governance: leading constrictive meetings, time efficient agendas, financial management, sound policy making and managment structures
Strategic planning: understanding buiness models, corporate prioities, risk management, goal setting and succession planning
Informed Decision Making: understanding board interactions, building effective management committees and working collaboratively
Leadership and Communication: communication styles, effective communication, conflict management, leadership styles and knowing your leadership and brand management.
Mentor and networking sessions
The Business Boot Camp will include a Speed Networking Sessions, with a number of current and former Board Members, from LSV, business and community participating, providing participants with a unique insight into individual challenges, strengths and leadership journey’s. LSV will further facilitate ongoing mentoring opportunities and networking sessions as part of this program.
Supported by the Australian Sports Commissions’, Women Leaders in Sport Grant Program, the cost for the program is $100 (including GST) per participant for the two days.
LSV will invoice clubs for the cost of the Program; it will be up to each club and participant to agree on how much each party will contribute.
Applications can be made online by the link below – https://lifesavingvictoria.wufoo.com/forms/xtd0ua1tk5z5z/
A club endorsement should be submitted with the online application.
Applications close Wednesday, 10 August 2016.
Applicants will be notified of their success via email by Monday, 15 August 2016.
Successful applicants will be sent a program pack with further details and a leadership self-audit to complete prior to the commencement of the program.
About the LSV Female Leadership Network
In June 2013 Life Saving Victoria launched the Female Leadership Network (FLN), with a mission to bring females from all facets of the organisation, together to inspire and be inspired, to encourage cultural change through positive leadership, creation of positive female role models and provide females to opportunity to develop, network and share. The network is open to all females over 18, including both staff and volunteer members. Three years in, the network now has over 202 active members representing 53 lifesaving clubs, with members ranging from aged 18 through to 75 years in a range of roles within Lifesaving.
The FLN continues to grow and provide opportunities to share, network and be inspired by likeminded females, through keynote sessions, member training, professional development opportunities, networking and skills development workshops, state and international scholarships, as well as an ongoing active online presence.
For further details about the FLN: http://lsv.com.au/clubs-members/leadership/female-leadership-network/
New employment, volunteer and development opportunities, check out our Career page for more information
LSV has a number of new employment, volunteer and development opportunities;
Volunteer Support Officer – Team Leader an opportunity exists for a highly motivated and energetic individual to join Life Saving Victoria as a Volunteer Support Officer – Team Leader. You will lead a small team working with our 57 Life Saving Clubs across the state, supporting more than 31,000 volunteer members, servicing the Victorian community. You will be responsible for ensuring you and your team build and maintain mutually beneficial and cooperative relationships of support between clubs, state, district and regional officers and the state centre.
Applications close 3rd July 2016
Advanced Lifesaving Camp Leaders – Life Saving Victoria is now inviting applications for employment for roles at the 2016 Advanced Lifesaving Camp. Vacancies exist for Camp Leaders with varied specialist skills. We are seeking experienced lifeguards and lifesaving members in leadership roles, with training and assessment qualifications. Applicants must have a desire to support future leaders wishing to take the next step in lifesaving and strive for their Gold Medallion.
Applications close 26th June 2016
LSV Company Secretary (Volunteer position) – LSV is seeking a volunteer Company Secretary to assist the Board of Directors and Management in this key governance role. The role encompasses the uite of Company Secretarial functions, including supporting the Board Governance Committee.
Applications close 31st July 2016
Advanced Lifesaving Camp Expressions of Interest (Development Opportunity) – Life Saving Victoria is now inviting Expressions of Interest from members who wish to attend the 2016 Advanced Lifesaving Camp. Our goal for the Advanced Lifesaving Camp is to enhance the training and development of Gold Medallion Lifesavers and Lifeguard recruits, with a strong focus on high performance and practical learning. Those wishing to gain first time employment as a seasonal lifeguard and/or event lifeguard for the 2016/2017 lifeguard period are strongly encouraged to attend the camp and attain the necessary advanced training and qualifications.
Expressions of Interest close 3rd July 2016
Club Circulars are released each Wednesday and contain essential information and announcements for clubs and members from Life Saving Victoria (LSV). LSV encourages all members in club leadership positions to sign up to receive Circulars and share relevant information within their club.
In late September 52 lifesavers from across the state gathered.
Advanced lifesaving camp is developing the next generation of high quality lifesavers, arming them with the skills, experience and knowledge to take to their clubs, careers and personal lives.
Run over five days in September, the camp challenges lifesavers to improve their skills and knowledge to a gold medallion standard. The program utilises a both the class room and a number of unique beaches giving lifesavers and potential lifeguards exposure to new and exciting locations, putting their skills to the test.
The program is run by a team of experienced lifesavers and lifeguards, including state and national lifesavers and lifeguards of the year. As well as guest presenters from medical expertise and other emergency services.
The week is not one to be missed!
* NEW OPPORTUNITIES *
LSV is Victoria’s peak Water safety and Lifesaving organisation with a mission to prevent aquatic related death and injury across all Victorian communities. We strive to provide all Victorians with water safety, swimming, resuscitation, and safe beaches, water environments and aquatic venues. We achieve this by working with our members, communities, educational institutions, governments, and other organisations in the provision of best practice education, training, surveillance and rescue and risk management services.
An opportunity exists for a highly motivated, enthusiastic and energetic person to join our friendly and growing team at Life Saving Victoria as a Logistics Officer.
The logistics team are responsible for stock management, retail support, equipment management, program and course support and warehouse management, servicing all business units, internal staff, volunteers and clients.
We are seeking candidates with good organisational skills that are able to work to tight deadlines and are not afraid of hard work.
To succeed in this position you will need to be motivated, energetic,be able to prioritise your work and be a driven Customer focused person. Your role will include a variety of different tasks which will contribute to the smooth running of our warehouse.
Reporting to the Manager Logistics Services, this role will involve working as an individual and as part of a team, liaising with clients as well as “hands on” manual labour.
If you have a wide range of skills and are looking for a multi faceted challenge then this is the role for you. We offer on-site training and support and provide a challenging and stimulating working environment where you can broaden and develop your skills.
Proven ability to deliver warehouse activities from receiving, inventory, picking, through to dispatch ensuring deliveries are on time and error free. High attention to detail is a must. Ensuring high standards of OH&S and Quality are maintained, promoting safety policies and procedures on an ongoing basis.
Some experience of MYOB Advanced and the Australia Post system would be an advantage but essential.
To be considered for this position, you will require the following:
- Loading/Unloading experience,
- Flexible approach with a “can-do” attitude,
- Excellent communication skills,
- Previous warehouse leadership experience,
- Accuracy & strong attention to detail,
- Ability to work both individually and in a team environment
- General computer skills
- An ability to work under pressure
Applications close 4th March 2017
For further information please contact the Recruitment Manager on 96766912 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To be considered for this position, please forward your application with a covering letter, ensuring you address the key criteria to: Recruitment Manager via email email@example.com
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