International Development Manager (Europe)
The position of International Development Manager reports to the ISBHF Director of Global Development. The individual will work closely with the International Development Committee (IDC) to plan, oversee and be accountable for the various directives of ISBHF Global Development.
Specific directives will include, but are not limited to:
-To manage, liaison, and mentor new nations in Europe and/or ball hockey groups for the purpose of growth and development.
-To collaborate with continental leaders/stakeholders to uncover and pursue contact with sport development leads in new nations.
-To mentor and lead the communication and collaboration between the make stakeholders involved in the ISBHF Shared Membership Agreement (SMA).
-To strategize and lead global development initiatives in collaboration with the International Development Committee.
-To attend IDC meetings in the collaboration and development of new ideas and strategies.
-To present IDC strategies and KPIs at ISBHF Annual General Meetings (AGMs) as well as to report on annual IDC strategic outcomes.
-Contribute to brainstorming meetings and the development of new ideas.
Qualifications & Responsibilities:
-A sports management degree and/or relevant experience in local and regional sports administration.
-Higher level of participation in sports in an individual or team environment.
-Periodically able to work “off hours” as this is a volunteer position supporting a global sports organization.
-Multilingual capabilities are considered an asset.
-Superior presentation, speaking and writing skills.
-Accuracy and attention to detail.
-Interpersonal and collaboration aptitudes.
-Able to work independently and efficiently to deliver content to a schedule.
-Understanding of the latest trends and their role in sport development.
-Flexibility – must be able to collaborate with people of various working backgrounds and skill sets.
-Computer literacy – Microsoft Office, social media, etc.
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