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Member Welfare Coordinator

The Membership and Leadership Council (MLD) is responsible for facilitation and coordination of the development and implementation of membership and leadership related activities that foster increased participation by LSV members in a broad range of activities offered by LSV.

The MLD function delivered 13 Development Programs, 6 FLN sessions with 500+ participants in 2015/16 and supported Clubs to facicliate 10,000+ junior members to participate in Nippers across the state.  The function oversaw the implementation of the Victorian Child Safe Standards, rolling out Club Packs and conduction awareness training across the state.

The role of the  Member Welfare Coordinator is to coordinate and work with the MLD Executive and LSV Staff to promote, develop and implement new resources, policies and process to enhance and improve member welfare and member protection initiatives; namely Working with Children Checks and Safeguarding Children and Young People for affiliated Life Saving Clubs.

POSITION INFORMATION

For further information please contact Emma Atkins on 9676  6912 or emma.atkins@lsv.com.au
 
Please forward your Expression of Interest to Recruitment Manager via email to: recruitment@lsv.com.au

Inclusion and Diversity Coordinator

The Membership and Leadership Council (MLD) is responsible for facilitation and coordination of the development and implementation of membership and leadership related activities that foster increased participation by LSV members in a broad range of activities offered by LSV.

The MLD function delivered 13 Development Programs, 6 FLN sessions with 400+ participants in 2015/16 and saw 10,000 junior members participate in Nippers across the state.

The role of the  newly created executive position of  Inclusion and Diversity Coordinator is to identify new and existing opportunities for LSV members and affiliated Life Saving Clubs that promote diversity and inclusion in all facets of lifesaving.

With a passion for inclusion and diversity you will be responsible for investigating the feasibility of new and/or existing inclusion and diversity initiatives for LSV members and Affiliated Life Saving Clubs.  Recommending and developing suitable resources and workshops to assist affiliated Life Saving Clubs with the delivery of LSV inclusion and diversity programs.  In conjunction with the Female Leadership Network Panel, Junior Activities Panel, Junior Development Panel and Senior Development Panel, coordinate; Pink Patrols and Inclusion and diversity member opportunities

POSITION INFORMATION

For further information please contact Emma Atkins on 9676  6912 or emma.atkins@lsv.com.au
 
Please forward your Expression of Interest to Recruitment Manager via email to: recruitment@lsv.com.au

Aquatic Sports Junior Referee 

The Aquatic Sports function delivers a range of beach, pool and development events and programs throughout the state, including regional, metropolitan and intestate competition and encompasses Senior, Junior and Master age-groups.

The Junior Competition facilitated over 7,000 competitors over the 2015/16 season in both Beach and Pool Competition.

This is a great opportunity to join the LSV Aquatic Sports executive in this important position.

The Aquatic Sports Junior Referee is responsible for coordinating the appointment of Officials for all Junior competition disciplines (Junior Beach and Junior Pool) and oversee and promote the delivery of all lifesaving sport competitions.
 
For further information please contact Kirsty Clark on 9676 6957 or kristy.clark@lsv.com.au
 
Please forward your Expression of Interest to Recruitment Manager via email to: recruitment@lsv.com.au

 

Development Opportunities

Please see below a number of upcoming workshop opportunities, these workshops are intended to assist club officers to undertake and be confident in their roles.

The workshops will be held at LSV and delivered by Morgan Landers (bio below), and will also be made available via webinar/recording for those regional attendees or members who cannot attend in person.

An outline of each Workshop and the suggested audience is below and a booking link.

We strongly encourage committees, age managers, parents, coaches and officers to attend.

Booking Link: https://lifesavingvictoria.wufoo.eu/forms/member-welfare-and-club-support-workshops-2017/

Note Bookings Close: 20 November 17

Safeguarding Children and  Young People Awareness Training

Session: Mon 20th Nov  7pm (1.5 hrs) – Mordialloc LSC

Tues 28th Nov 6.30pm (1.5hrs) – LSV Port Melbourne

Tues 12th December 6.30pm (1.5hrs) – LSV Port Melbourne

Dates to be added

Content:  Raising awareness of what child abuse is, how all members and clubs can create a safe culture, and provide overview to Code of Conduct .
Suggested Audience:  All Members

 

 

Member Protection Officer (MPO)

Session: 23th Nov  6-9pm (3 hrs)
Content:  The MPO course has been specifically developed for those individuals that volunteer or work in lifesaving who have interest or have been requested to fulfil the role of a Member Protection Officer.   They may hold positions at club, state or national level.
Pre-work:  The online components of the course are free and available at learning.ausport.gov.au
Suggested Audience: Club MPO’s and Grievance Officers
Notes: Food and refreshments will be served

 

Complaints Handling Session

Session: 25th Nov  9am-12pm (3 hrs)
Content:  The aim of the Complaint Handling Workshop is to provide comprehensive, practical and quality training for individuals within clubs, state and national levels that have complaint handling responsibilities.
Pre-work: The Complaint Handling Workshop has been designed to compliment the online training complaint handling available at learning.ausport.gov.au?? ?
Suggested Audience: Club MPO’s, Grievance Officers, Committee Members, Club
Notes: Food and refreshments will be served

 

Critical Response – Managing Allegations (Safeguarding Children & Young People) – Clubs

Session: 25th Nov  1pm-4.30pm (3.5 hrs)
Content:  The workshop is designed for Presidents, Committee Members and Members who have responsibility and/or oversight for the management of allegations of child abuse within your organisation.  The workshop will explore reporting, immediate actions, support for victims and accused, communications to members and responsibilities.
Pre-work: N/A
Suggested Audience: Club MPO’s, Grievance Officers, Committee Members, Club Presidents
Notes: N/A

 

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