FIBA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL WORLD CUP 2022
SEEKS A DIRECTOR FOR BOARD
The FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 (FWBWC22) will be conducted from 22 September to 1 October 2022 in Sydney. The event is conducted by FIBA and Basketball Australia has won the competitive tender to host the event.
As agreed in the Bid Process, a Local Organising Committee (LOC) has been established to oversee the event and will be responsible for the successful conduct of the entire program.
The Board of the LOC has been appointed and consists of the following people, with areas of responsibility:
The LOC is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the remaining Director position on the LOC. The Director would be responsible to manage the Competitions & Venues Committee.
All Director positions are entirely voluntary positions and will be in place from the time of appointment until the “winding up” of the LOC Company in approximately December, 2022.
The appointee will be a legal Director of the LOC Company and will assume the normal responsibilities and risks associated with such a position. The successful candidate for the position will be required to attend Board Meetings – anticipated 6 – 8 per year and will Chair the Competitions & Venues Committee, reporting back to the LOC.
Whilst not conclusive, the following provides a description of the skills and experience we are seeking from persons to fill the role.
Director – Competition and Venues
This person must be able to demonstrate broad experience and success in sport
The successful person will have worked in a sporting role as a professional and will ideally have Board and/or Chair experience in similar environments. Experience in sport, events and entertainment will be critical.
As Chair of the Competition and Venues Committee, and in conjunction with the Competition & Venues Manager, the key purpose for the Director will be to provide advice on competitions and training venue set up and operations for the event.
This will include, but is not limited to:
Should this opportunity be of interest, please submit a relevant resume and covering letter to the LOC Chair, David Reid via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and People of Colour to apply.
Applications close on 15 July 2020.