Cycling Victoria (CV) is the peak governing body for cycling in Victoria, Australia. Cycling Victoria is responsible for the presentation of cycling participation programs and development of a strong competitive cycling events and performance pathways. Our strong Member Club network supports competitive road, track and cyclo-cross athletes, recreational and commuter cyclists, educators, coaches, officials administrators, fans, volunteers and advocates of the sport.
The Media & Member Services Officer is expected to fulfil a number of key duties including:
Key Program Areas and Deliverables
Together More Active – Wayfinder
Wayfinder is Cycling Victoria’s initiative to lead a cultural shift by engaging Women and girls to lead and deliver active recreation programs to build a life-long love of cycling measured by increases in overall participation and growth of programs during and beyond the Government funding period.
The process identified opportunity to increase the level (quantity) of female participation in cycling across ride/race, administration and pathway development.
Cycling Victoria is seeking a Media and Member Services Officer who will champion Gender Equity and Media Communications within the Cycling Victoria community. Your role will include executing the Cycling Victoria Gender Equity Action Plan and Together More Active work plan to change the game for cycling in Victoria. You will be the voice of Cycling Victoria through the effective delivery of social media, club communications and digital marketing content.
Cycling Victoria intends to build, deliver and continuously develop further participation, coaching, commissaire and sport administration programs throughout metropolitan and regional locations. Key performance indicators will be included to support the long-term sustainability of the program – e.g. Brand identity & Marketing Strategy, Communications Plan, Partnership Proposal Document and Commercial Sponsorship Proposal.
About Cycling & Co.
Cycling & Co. is a cycling participation program funded by VicHealth’s ‘Growing Participation in Sport’ grant program (GPIS). Through the grant, Cycling Victoria aims to support less active young Victorians (12 – 17 years old) to be more physically active. More recently the program looks to become scalable to greater number of cycling cohorts.
Cycling & Co. was developed by Cycling Victoria following an extensive period of co-design with young people and their parents/carers. This included a focus group, intercept surveys and an online survey.
The co-design process identified demand for a non-competitive cycling program that:
The Cycling & Co. concept was developed from these demands. Cycling & Co. ride leaders seek to deliver programs in partnership with local cycling clubs, local councils and Regional Sports Assemblies in a commercially sustainable basis.
Cycling Victoria is located at 281 Darebin Road, Thornbury VIC, 3071.
The role requires event based travel throughout the state of Victoria and evening and weekend work with flexibility working arrangements available.
Commensurate with the skills, experience and contract status of the successful applicant.