You will have the opportunity to use your initiative to help coordinate, promote and manage the Tasmanian Trail. You will be volunteering collaboratively with an enthusiastic team of volunteers within the Tasmanian Trail Association to liaise with relevant government agencies, corporate and community groups, landowners and individuals. You will also be providing guidance to volunteers working on the Trail, promoting the Trail through various mediums and identifying revenue raising opportunities.
The applicant should have relevant experience in recreational planning and land management.
It would be advantageous for applicants to hold:
A high level of verbal and written communication skills Strong leadership skills and experience with volunteers Experience in promotion and/or fundraising
The Executive Officer will receive support and direction from the Management Committee. Formal meetings of the Committee are held four times per annum. A high level of independence and initiative will be valued. This role is approximately 1-2 days per week.
The Tasmanian Trail's existence today is the result of a dynamic partnership between volunteer groups, private landowners, public agencies and the State and Federal Governments and is a growing, living thing. Its ongoing life depends on the care provided by volunteers and on the extent to which their support can be kept alive in workable management partnerships.
The position can be discussed by contacting the Vice President on 0419 370 528.