VICSPORT & SPORTSPEOPLE WORKING TOGETHER FOR VICTORIAN SPORT
2015 marks the 19th year of Sportspeople’s recruitment operations in Australia and the 16th year of the acclaimed Sportspeople Jobs Market. As Vicsport’s Preferred Employment Supplier, Sportspeople provides a range of recruitment services to our members. This includes DIY, via the Sportspeople Jobs Market, through to Sportspeople’s popular shortlist services and full start to finish search.
Sportspeople is the longest serving and leading recruitment firm dedicated to the business of sport. With offices in Melbourne, Sydney and partners in New York, Shanghai and Paris its team is recognised as the industry experts for recruitment at all levels of sport. The Sportspeople Job Board established in 1999, is the world's longest serving sport employment website reaching 2.7million visitors annually.
Some recent Victorian based roles recruited by Sportspeople include:
- Chief Executive Officer, Swimming Victoria
- Chief Executive Officer, Aquatics & Recreation Victoria
- Marketing & Membership Coordinator, Gymnastics Australia
- National Events Coordinator, Gymnastics Australia
- Inclusion Officer, TenPin Bowling Victoria
- State Executive Director, Diving Victoria
Sportspeople is also assisting Western Leisure Services Pty Ltd (WLS) in the recruitment of all staff across the Wyndham Leisure and Events Centre (WLEC), the Werribee Sports and Fitness Centre (WSFC) and the Werribee Olympic Outdoor Pool (WOOP). WLS has been established by Wyndham City Council to manage these facilities. Sportspeople is presently assisting WLS in the recruitment of over 200 roles across these three venues.
To list your vacancies or obtain a recruitment quote call Sportspeople FREECALL (AUSTRALIA) 1800 634 388 or visit www.sportspeople.com.au
Vicsport is proud to have Sportspeople as our Preferred Supplier for Sport Employment.
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