Outer East Football Netball Competitions Limited (OEFN) provides Australian Rules Football and Australian Netball competitions across the Outer Eastern Region of Melbourne, with specific focus on LGA’s of Yarra Ranges, Casey, Cardinia, Murrindindi and Mitchell. OEFN provides a child safe, inclusive environment in which all affiliated member clubs and individuals can aspire to reach their full potential in a healthy and safe playing environment. The OEFN consists of 332 teams across both its male and female football, and netball competitions. The OEFN has over 180 umpires and exceeds more than 8,500 registered participants.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for building the OEFN business, continued growth, financial stability ensuring this entity future development and success through a range of business & commercial arrangements, developing our sport and participatory objectives.
The role requires a contemporary and professional, innovative senior manager with strong leadership skills, energy, vision, and has high integrity standing. The CEO has the skills to navigate through complex issues, prioritise, manage, and deliver outcomes to achieve the strategic objectives of the OEFN. Primarily, the CEO is a key stakeholder driven senior manager with the ability to lead and develop OEFN professional staff, officials, member affiliated clubs and all stakeholders across the Outer East Greater Community.
OEFN Child Safety Mission Statement
Outer East Football Netball Competitions are committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in our care. We seek to promote and protect the rights of all children in our care and prevent abuse from occurring by fostering a child safe culture. The welfare of the children in our care will always be our priority and the OEFN has a zero tolerance to child abuse. The affiliated Clubs that provide football/netball to children and young people will present environments and experiences that always consider and put measures in place to ensure the safety of children.
Written applications will close at 5pm on 14th November 2022 and should be addressed to OEFN Chair, Tony Mitchell at [email protected]