Applicants sought for new paid Race Manager position!

The Track Sub-Committee

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are looking for a Race Manager for their exciting new Speed League track racing series. This will be a paid position and a great opportunity for a student or person interested in sports and event management.

The applicant must be interested to learn about sport, have good event management and people skills to build a rapport and interact with riders. This will look great on any budding event organiser’s CV and you’ll be compensated for your efforts. Want to know more? Take a look at the job description here, or send any questions to Peter Moore at track@pnp.org.nz.

To apply, email track@pnp.org.nz with your CV and cover letter. Applications close September 30, 2012.

Details on the Speed League, along with awesome new sponsors will be announced soon, stay tuned.