The Education & High-Performance Administrator is a role that will provide general administrative support to the Head of Education & High Performance to ensure efficient and effective departmental activities.

Main activities 

Administration – Education

• Provide administrative assistance to Education Department activity as required, to include:
o assistance with organising OFC Licenced Coaching courses, including participant communications, travel

requirements and other logistics
o assistance with organising OFC Events, such as online webinars and the OFC Coaching Conference
o administering OFC Learn, OFC’s online learning system, involving communicating with learners & registration

o liaising with Member Associations to effectively submit plans and reports for the OFC Education Centre
o maintenance of databases for courses and participants, ensuring attendance, assessments and qualifications are accurately processed and recorded
o assistance with the preparation and distribution of educational resources

Administration – High Performance

• Provide administrative assistance to High Performance activity as required, to include:
o Organisation of OFC Technical Study Groups, including staff communications, travel requirements and other

o liaising with Member Associations to effectively submit plans and reports for OFC High-Performance Funding

Administration – General

  • Organise travel arrangements for OFC Education & High-Performance staff when required
  • Liaise with OFC consultants for contract, payment and reporting purposes
  • Provide any other general ad-hoc operational assistance to Education & High-Performance team as required

Other responsibilities

  • Take responsibility for personal performance and the development of personal skills to ensure the required skills, knowledge, and competence to fulfil the role.
  • Encourage and promote the values of OFC and to comply with the required standards of conduct and so promote the Confederation within the community by acting with integrity and honesty.
  • Ensure that all work is completed in a priority basis, and work meets a high degree of professionalism, quality, and craftsmanship.
  • Be proactive in all aspects of the role, by thinking and planning, to provide the best possible service;

Personal profile 


  • Strong planning and organisational skills
  • Project organisation and administration
  • Database management
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Ability to speak French would be an advantage, but is not essential


  •  Minimum of 2 years’ experience in administration. In a sporting or education environment would be an advantage, but not essential


  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work flexibly and under own initiative to achieve objectives and as a member ofa team.
  • A professional, positive, flexible, and diplomatic response to problem solving
  • A passion for sport industry and/or community activity

The Next Steps:

Please email a cover letter attached to your resume to [email protected]. Your cover letter should highlight your specific qualifications and recent experiences that are relevant to the role and provide answers to the following questions:

  1. Do you have the right to work in New Zealand?
  2. What is your expected base salary?