Recruitment for the Whitehorse Sport and Recreation Network (WSRN) for a two-year term (2021 and 2022) has now closed.
The purpose of the WSRN is to provide an opportunity for sporting and recreation club representatives to network information and to provide a forum through which Council can consult with and receive advice and guidance on the future of sport and recreation development within the City of Whitehorse.
Membership on the WSRN is honorary and the network will consist of a maximum of 10 community representatives from sporting and recreation clubs and associations operating within the Whitehorse municipality.
Applications will be assessed for suitability against key criteria and ultimately endorsed by Council. Community representatives will be appointed for a period of two years and individuals may reapply for successive terms.
To be accepted onto the Whitehorse Sports and Recreation Network individuals must have:
- a good knowledge of how sport and recreation clubs operate
- awareness of issues facing local clubs
- the ability to focus on broader issues, (not sport/club specific)
- live or be involved in a Club within the City of Whitehorse
- the ability to contribute to the future planning of sport and recreation in the City of Whitehorse
- the ability to think and plan strategically
As a group there should be:
- a representation of a range of sport and recreation groups
- a person able to ensure that the needs of people who experience a disability are considered
- encouragement for membership from both genders.
Read the WSRN Terms of Reference ( PDF 139.72KB) prior to submitting your application.