Vacancy: NFF Co-Opted Board Members

Northern Football Federation (NFF) is seeking experienced individuals to join its Board.  Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill two (2) positions among the Co-Opted Board Members.

The purpose of the NFF Board is to govern the affairs of the Federation.  The Board comprises up to three (3) Elected Members, four (4) Appointed Members and two (2) Co-opted Members.  The Chief Executive Officer supports the Board and is responsible for the day to day administration of the business and affairs of the Federation.

If you have management or governance experience with skills in legal, financial, communication, or strategic planning, then this is an exciting role working for a not for profit,  organisation in Football.

The ideal candidates will have:

  • Experience of governance or senior management;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Offer specific skills which would benefit the governance of the Federation;
  • Be energetic and able to commit to Board duties at weekends and evenings;
  • A passion for sport especially Football is desirable.

To apply please email your merged CV and covering letter to ceo@nff.org.nz no later than 5.00pm on Wednesday 29thNovember 2017.  Please mark your email as BOARD MEMBER APPLICATION in the header.

To discuss this opportunity in confidence please contact:

Chairman: Thomas Hoey +64 27 585 1486

Chief Executive Officer: John Limna +64 21 795 045

Interested candidates should note this is a voluntary position.  The NFF Board meets a minimum of 8 times per annum plus an Annual General Meeting, Board Members are also involved in sub Committees as required.

About Northern Football Federation

NFF is the trading name of the No. 1 District Federation of New Zealand Soccer Inc, and is one of seven district federations affiliated to New Zealand Football.

NFF is focussed on creating the best opportunities for football to thrive in the communities of West Auckland, North Harbour, Rodney, Northland and the Far North.

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