Archive for August, 2017

Athlete & Coach Development Sessions

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

Presented by Sorrento SLSC & Mullaloo SLSC and proudly supported by City of Joondalup

ATHLETE & COACH DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS WITH TANYN LYNDON & ALLIE BRITTON

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Sor­ren­to and Mul­laloo Surf Life Sav­ing Clubs invite mem­ber Ath­letes, Coach­es & Age Group Man­agers to attend train­ing ses­sions with Nutri­grain Iron­man and Iron­woman Com­peti­tors Tanyn Lyn­don and Allie Brit­ton.

Join us for a week­end of skills, devel­op­ment and men­tor­ing.

PROGRAM OF EVENTS

Friday 15 September 2017

Ses­sion 1: Youth and Senior Board Train­ing
4.45pm — 5.45pm @ Mul­laloo Beach – Open to Youth (U/14 & U/15) and Senior Ath­letes and Coach­es
Bring Board, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Ses­sion 2: Coach Net­work­ing Ses­sion / Sun­down­er
6.30pm — 8.30pm @ Mul­laloo SLSC Club Rooms – Open to Coach­es & Age Man­agers

Saturday 16 September 2017

Ses­sion 3: Junior Water Skills Ses­sion
9.00am — 11.00am @ Sor­ren­to Beach – Open to Junior Ath­letes (U/11, U/12 & U/13), Coach­es and Age Man­agers
Bring Board, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Ses­sion 4: Ques­tion Time & BBQ Lunch
11.00am — 12.30pm @ Sor­ren­to SLSC Hall – Open to any­one

Ses­sion 5: Youth and Senior Water Skills Train­ing
1.30pm — 4.00pm @ Mul­laloo Beach – Open to Youth (U/14 & U/15) and Senior Ath­letes and Coach­es
Bring Board, Ski, Pad­dle, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Sunday 17 September 2017

Ses­sion 6: Youth & Senior Iron Ses­sion
7.30am — 9.00am @ Mul­laloo Beach – Open to Youth (U/14 & U/15) and Senior Ath­letes and Coach­es
Bring Board, Ski, Pad­dle, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

Ses­sion 7: Junior Iron Ses­sion
9.15am — 10.15am @ Mul­laloo – Open to Junior Ath­letes (U/11, U/12 & U/13), Coach­es and Age Man­agers
Bring Board, Gog­gles, Bathers & Warm Clothes

For junior ses­sions it is a con­di­tion of par­tic­i­pa­tion to sup­ply a parent/guardian to act as water safe­ty.

NOTE: To attend any of the above sessions you must REGISTER ONLINE

All ses­sions are free!

JUST 4 FUN Aqua Park — life guard jobs

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

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Com­bined Life Guard, Cus­tomer Ser­vice Per­son­nel for Man­durah &/or Rot­tnest Island 

2017/18 Sum­mer Sea­son 

The per­fect sum­mer job for grad­u­at­ing Year 12 or uni­ver­si­ty stu­dents & back­pack­ers if you:
Love water sports, swim­ming and the out­doors?
Pos­sess a high lev­el of phys­i­cal fit­ness and strength?
Are a peo­ple per­son? 

Posi­tions are cur­rent­ly avail­able for casu­al & part time com­bined Cus­tomer Ser­vice / Life Guard Per­son­nel at JUST 4 FUN Aqua Park, Man­durah (Dec-Mar) and Rot­tnest Island (Nov-May) for the sum­mer sea­son.

JUST 4 FUN Aqua Park pro­vides water based fun for all ages with a dif­fer­ence! The Park is open every day dur­ing the sea­son at Rot­tnest Island (See web­site for more info on work­ing on Rot­tnest.) and week­ends Dec-March and every day dur­ing school hol­i­days in Man­durah.

If you love peo­ple, water sports, swim­ming, phys­i­cal strength and fit­ness and enjoy work­ing as part of a vibrant and enthu­si­as­tic team then this posi­tion is for you! In the Com­bined Cus­tomer Ser­vice & Life Guard role you will be respon­si­ble for set­ting up and pack­ing away the inflat­able equip­ment and over­see­ing the safe­ty of JUST 4 FUN Aqua Park par­tic­i­pants. You will also be required to deliv­er effec­tive cus­tomer ser­vice, receive pay­ments and deliv­er safe­ty pro­ce­dures.

Appli­cants must be a min­i­mum of 17 years of age and approach­ing the com­ple­tion of Year 12. They must be able to work week­ends, pub­lic hol­i­days and school hol­i­days and avail­able for the entire sea­son. Some flex­i­bil­i­ty is offered dur­ing uni semes­ter.

QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY – Must be valid to end April 2018 

  • Cur­rent Bronze Medal­lion or equiv­a­lent
  • Cur­rent Senior First Aid

JOB REQUIREMENTS 

  • Strong physique with high lev­el of phys­i­cal strength & strong swim­ming abil­i­ty 
  • Hon­est, friend­ly, cheer­ful, & cour­te­ous nature
  • Well devel­oped com­mu­ni­ca­tion and assertive­ness skills
  • Abil­i­ty to per­form in a stress­ful and demand­ing envi­ron­ment
  • Well devel­oped lead­er­ship and moti­va­tion skills
  • Abil­i­ty to use ini­tia­tive and focus on the job at hand
  • Gen­er­al aware­ness of pub­lic and beach safe­ty

EXPERIENCE DESIRABLE 

  • Cus­tomer ser­vice and Cash han­dling
  • Worked with­in a team envi­ron­ment
  • Pre­vi­ous involve­ment surf life­sav­ing clubs

Please send CV with cov­er let­ter and appli­ca­tion form via email to Ali 

Please vis­it www.just4funaquapark.com.au for more infor­ma­tion. 

APPLICATIONS Due NOW! Close 15/9/17

Expression of Interest in Management Positions

Monday, August 7th, 2017

This is your opportunity to Express Interest in Mullaloo Surf Life Saving Club Management Positions

This sea­son, recruit­ment and appoint­ment of Gen­er­al Man­agers and Man­agers will be con­duct­ed as per the Club’s By-Laws (sec­tion 6.1), with an annu­al cycle asso­ci­at­ed with the Annu­al Gen­er­al Meet­ing (AGM) per­formed in two steps:

  1. Expres­sions of Inter­est (EOIs) are called from all mem­bers inter­est­ed in any Club man­age­ment position(s). EOIs will be received until 2pm Mon­day 14 August 2017 (down­load the EOI Form). Please email your EOIs to the Mul­laloo SLSC Pres­i­dent or post to MSLSC PO Box 119, Hillarys WA 6923.
  2. The Board of Direc­tors assess these EOIs, inter­view prospec­tive can­di­dates and makes appoint­ments ‘as soon as prac­ti­cal fol­low­ing the AGM’.

Management Teams 

This means all man­age­ment posi­tions are open for mem­bers to express their inter­est. The Board is keen to have as many mem­bers as pos­si­ble sub­mit their EOIs to estab­lish strong ‘man­age­ment teams’. This approach is more like­ly to suc­cess­ful­ly man­age the Club’s oper­a­tions by spread­ing the load on vol­un­teers and bal­anc­ing each other’s strengths and weak­ness­es.

Pathways to Management Roles 

As dis­cussed at the Future Lead­ers Forum, it would be ide­al if the Club could attract enough inter­est from mem­bers to cre­ate full teams of man­age­ment, with a Lead man­ag­er, 2IC and ‘under­stud­ies’. So, for those mem­bers who think they don’t yet have the right skills or expe­ri­ence to ful­ly per­form a par­tic­u­lar role, please still sub­mit your EOI. The Board will endeav­or to place you in the man­age­ment struc­ture and pro­vide men­tors, train­ing and sup­port to cre­ate a path­way for your devel­op­ment into roles.

What Does a Management Role Involve? 

Posi­tion descrip­tions for all GMs and Man­ag­er roles can be found on the Club Doc­u­ments page of our web­site. In addi­tion, you can ask the Pres­i­dent, Direc­tors and exist­ing and past GMs and Man­agers for their views on the roles.

Business As Usual – with preparation 

While the Board con­ducts this recruit­ment and appoint­ment, mem­bers cur­rent­ly in Gen­er­al Man­ag­er and Man­ag­er posi­tions will con­tin­ue to oper­ate as nor­mal. How­ev­er, in the last few months of lead up to this recruit­ment and appoint­ment peri­od, GMs and Man­agers have also been asked to make ‘deposits’ into the Club’s Intel­lec­tu­al Prop­er­ty Bank – the Google Dri­ve. This is an attempt to cap­ture some of the Club’s cor­po­rate knowl­edge for a smooth han­dover to any incom­ing man­ag­er and their team.

French President congratulates Mullaloo Paddlers

Friday, August 4th, 2017

French Pres­i­dent Emmanuelle Macron con­grat­u­lates Inter­na­tion­al Pad­dlers from Mul­laloo SLSC in the Fete Bay­onne blue rib­bon teams com­pe­ti­tion last week, 26–30 July.

Fete Bay­onne attracts over one mil­lion vis­i­tors dur­ing the five day fes­ti­val, open­ing day fes­tiv­i­ties includ­ed the 85th annu­al inter­na­tion­al canoe race tak­en out this year by a group of Mas­ters from Mul­laloo, Aus­tralia. An esti­mat­ed 200,000 plus spec­ta­tors crowd­ed the Riv­er Nive banks and bridges to cheer the fluro pink pen­sion­ers along, whip­ping the favourites from Olympic Bay­onne Row­ing.

Pre­sen­ta­tions on the open­ing evening giv­ing the zim­mer pad­dlers the warmest of recep­tions and start­ed wav­ing their red neck scarfs as a sign of appre­ci­a­tion for hav­ing trav­elled so far to com­pete. Chant­i­ng broke out “Mul­laz Mul­laz Mul­laz” putting Australia’s num­ber one beach on the world map!

Mul­laloo team cap­tain Jeff Vidler can be seen on the Munic­i­pal bal­cony third from the left wav­ing to the crowds below.

Tourist agents were inun­dat­ed with enquires as to “Where is Mul­laloo” with flights booked out min­utes after open­ing hours first thing this morn­ing to Perth, West­ern Aus­tralia. =)