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Table Tennis Australia Ltd. (TTA) is seeking the services of a highly skilled team player for the newly created position of National Performance Pathway Manager (Able-Bodied). TTA is proud to be in a position to recruit new staff in the current environment; which is due to the strong financial performance of the organisation over the past 2.5 years, combined with funding being secured for this role from the Australian Institute of Sport.

Reporting directly to the National Head Coach (Able-Bodied) and working in close collaboration with the National Coach – Performance Pathway (Able-Bodied), the National Performance Pathway Manager (Able-Bodied) will lead the delivery of building a sustainable performance pathway to successfully identify, develop, support and progress talented athletes to achieve future medal winning performances. Contributing to TTA’s ability to meet its high performance goals and objectives including delivering internationally competitive results at junior and senior level is also a core function of the role.

The National Performance Pathway Manager (Able-Bodied) will help drive the daily training environment at a national and State/Territory level, assist with National Team coaching duties at continental and international competitions and help to continually increase the level of professionalism to provide the best chance of achieving exceptional results. The National Performance Pathway Manager (Able-Bodied) will link closely with all National Squad Members (junior and senior) and have ongoing collaboration with State/Territory Associations.

This is an outstanding opportunity for the right candidate to take table tennis in Australia to the next level. A demonstrated ability to maximise limited resources, a willingness to go above and beyond and the ability to communicate with a wide range of key stakeholders (players, parents, coaches, State/Territory Associations, funding partners etc.) is essential.

This position will be based in Melbourne and is offered as a full-time, two-year contract, with the possibility of extension thereafter based on performance and funding.

To apply for the role, applicants must submit the following to be considered:

  • Resume.
  • Brief letter of introduction (no longer than 2 pages) addressing the Responsibilities and the Selection Criteria.

Applications must be forwarded by email to Scott Houston, TTA Chief Executive Officer, at [email protected] by no later than 11.59pm AEDT on Sunday 7 June 2020.

For further information, please contact TTA Head Coach (Able-Bodied), John Murphy, at [email protected].

To view the Position Description, please click here or download from the attachment below.