If you love sport and active recreation, are part of a club or association, or are an industry expert, now is your chance to take on an active role in growing sport and recreation in the Bundaberg Region as part of the Bundaberg Regional Sport and Recreation Advisory Group (BRSRAG).
Bundaberg Regional Council is looking for four people from across the region with a passion for sport to take on an active role in the Bundaberg Regional Sport and Recreation Advisory Group.
Bundaberg Regional Council Sport and Recreation portfolio spokesperson Vince Habermann said Bundaberg had a proud sporting history and those applying could directly contribute to continuing the region’s sporting legacy.
“The aim of the advisory group is to support council in delivering the necessary facilities and policies for the community and to help us acknowledge the critical role recreation, sport and leisure plays in the wellbeing of the community,” Cr Haberman said.
“The Bundaberg region has a thriving sporting community and we are seeking sport and recreation enthusiasts from around the region to express an interest to be a part of the group.”
The purpose of the Bundaberg Regional Sport and Recreation Advisory Group (BRSRAG) is to assist Council with its community engagement process and provide valuable information to support the decision making of Council.
The group has four positions open that should provide representation from communities across the region.
Councillor Habermann said those applying would play a crucial role and would deliver an essential service for the Bundaberg sporting community.
“BRSRAG is required to provide strategic advice and input relating to the development of Council’s Sport and Recreation strategies and policies as well as engage in discussions regarding special interest sport and recreation topics as determined by Council,” Cr Habermann said.
“They’ll participate in the ongoing consultation, review and implementation of sporting and recreational strategic documents and provide input into Council’s processes relating to sport and recreation where requested.”
“It also serves as a forum for consultation and discussion on specific issues that impact on sport and recreation providers, and is an opportunity for anyone passionate about sport and recreation to get involved with like-minded people and experience working with local government.”
To apply click here. Expressions of interest are open from 1 November 2020 and close at 5 pm on Friday, 21 November 2020
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